MORAL COURT isn't a court of law, but a court of ethics. It's where the accused faces the accuser before the Moral Judge, Larry Elder. Whoever is judged right can be awarded up to $2,000.




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Series cast summary:
Vivian Guzman ...  Court Reporter 1 episode, 2001
Bralalalala Bralalalala ...  Plaintiff 1 episode, 2000
Khaled Al Maleh Khaled Al Maleh ...  Himself 1 episode, 2000
Anna Marlowe ...  Herself - Defendant 1 episode, 2000
Tony Boldi Tony Boldi ...  Himself 1 episode, 2001
Russell Brown Russell Brown ...  Mr. Brown, the Balliff 1 episode, 2001
Ducky DooLittle Ducky DooLittle ...  Herself 1 episode, 2001
Deborah Dutch ...  Debbie Dutch 1 episode, 2001
Eric Lichtenberg Eric Lichtenberg ...  Jury Member 1 episode, 2001
George Meyers ...  Howard Stern Lookalike 1 episode, 2001
Franklin Ruehl Franklin Ruehl ...  Witness 1 episode, 2001
Val Valentino ...  Himself - Accused 1 episode, 2001


MORAL COURT isn't a court of law, but a court of ethics. It's where the accused faces the accuser before the Moral Judge, Larry Elder. Whoever is judged right can be awarded up to $2,000.

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Weird but fun
29 January 2004 | by MichaelMovieLoftSee all my reviews

Welcome to Moral Court, where it pays to be right. The show had three elements. The first was a courtroom show, in which conservative Larry Elder presides over a case between two sides, one who thinks the other is in the moral wrong. They bring their case to Elder who decides if the accused is a moral misfit. Then there is the talk show portion in which Vivian, the court reporter comes to interview the principals while Elder is in recess. Finally, there is the game show portion where the winner of the case gets $500 to $2000 depending on the decision.

The most notable name I saw on there was a cult figure named The Naked Cowboy. Basically, he is a musician that plays a guitar in nothing but a cowboy hat, cowboy boots and underwear. His girlfriend (or someone playing the role of his girlfriend) brought him to the show because she thought what he was doing was morally wrong. Elder thought different awarded the decision to The Naked Cowboy.

There was another odd case where a woman was suing a man for having a museum that chronicles the history female menstruation lol. She claimed that his museum was offensive didn't have a lot of things right. She even brought like dozens of pamphlets to back up her claim lol. Well, Elder ruled for him since he had a right to display what he wanted and she was PEEVED. I mean she hated losing so much that she didn't even stick around to be interviewed by Vivian after she lost.

Anyway, Moral Court died a horrible death. It really wasn't a huge loss for Elder as he still had a radio show. It was still an interesting and fun show.

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