Kids' Court
Debut: September 10, 1988
Ended: September 10, 1989

Kids' Court was a court show that aired on Nickelodeon that helps kids who are having situation problems. After the situation argument, They would vote by using "The Horonable Judge 'O Meter" to vote if the kid is guilty or not-guilty. The more loud noise the audience makes wins the case. The show is hosted by Paul Provenza. And during a commercial break, They would do a question (via "You'll be the judge!"). One of the question was "Can a bank robber get punished if guilt has been discovered after 30 years" and the answer is "NO! Under the law, Those certain kinds of cases are considered closed after many years go by." At the show's closing credits, Host Paul Provenza would ask a the kid in the studio audience on what their situation problem is and ask "Is it fair or unfair?" And the audience would yell out "UNFAIR!" in unison.

Paul Provenza: "With all the evidence unfortunately. It's not enough. I am afraid you been found guilty!"
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John Henry Kurtz: ""Kids' Court" was recorded in front of the live studio audience at Nickelodeon Studios, Located at Universal Studios Orlando Resort in Florida."
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Paul Provenza: "You heard the arguments you heard the discussion it is now time to bring out the "Honorable Judge'O Meter" to measure your vote. Remember: Scream as loudly as you can. That is the only way he can respond."
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John Henry Kurtz: "What you about to see is based on the real case. The names and faces were changed to protect the innocence. (Two kids would comment what their situation problem is) Having a situation problem? Need to sound off? Take your kids to "Nickelodeon Kids' Court", The first court show where kids rules. And now, Here is your host: Paul Provenza."
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Paul Provenza: "Is it fair or unfair?"
Kids in the studio audience: "UNFAIR!"
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Paul Provenza: "Kids Court is now in session! (bangs his gavel)"
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