History WesternAnimation / ScienceCourt

2nd Sep '15 7:40:38 AM ladyofthelibrary
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* PoliceCodeForEverything: In the fossils episode, the town has ordinances for illegally keeping an elephant as a pet and planting a fake fossil (the latter is important for the episode; [[RuleOfFunny the former is just a joke]]).
6th May '15 8:56:06 PM thevisualboy37
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* RunningGag: "One more thing..." Cue an exasperated reaction from Judge Stone.
6th May '15 8:47:02 PM thevisualboy37
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1. The striked out "ABC Kids" was pointless. 2. One Saturday Morning has its own page (yes, it's under Main/ even though it shouldn't be, but that's not the point).
Based on educational software (sold directly to schools), ''Science Court'' was an EdutainmentShow that premiered on [[strike:Creator/{{ABC}} Kids]] One Saturday Morning in [[TheNineties 1997]]. It used the animation style called {{Squigglevision}} and was made by the same guys that made ''HomeMovies'' and ''DrKatz''.
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Based on educational software (sold directly to schools), ''Science Court'' was an EdutainmentShow that premiered on [[strike:Creator/{{ABC}} Kids]] One Saturday Morning OneSaturdayMorning in [[TheNineties 1997]]. It used the animation style called {{Squigglevision}} and was made by the same guys that made ''HomeMovies'' and ''DrKatz''.
8th Jan '15 8:51:12 AM UltramarineAlizarin
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* {{Cloudcuckoolander}}: Doug Savage is the DesignatedVillain of all episodes (albiet, as an attorney, a PunchClockVillain) but is portrayed as hilariously weird at times rather than negative.
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* {{Cloudcuckoolander}}: Doug Savage is the DesignatedVillain of all episodes (albiet, (albeit, as an attorney, a PunchClockVillain) but is portrayed as hilariously weird at times rather than negative.

* EvilCounterpart: Not evil by any stretch of the imagination, but Micayla is basically Doug's equivalent of Miss Krempel's assistant, Timmy.
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* EvilCounterpart: Not evil by any stretch of the imagination, but Micayla is basically Doug's DistaffCounterpart: Mikela helping to explain concepts to Mr. Savage makes her essentially his equivalent of Miss Krempel's assistant, Timmy.Timmy. * DumbassHasAPoint: At the start of the case in the "Sound" episode, Judge Stone says she enjoyed the town celebration despite allegations that the defendant's actions ruined it, to which Mr. Savage objects that this is a biased opinion. Stone admits that "when you're right, you're right" and asks the jury to disregard her statement.

* NoIndoorVoice: J.C. Cramwood
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* NoIndoorVoice: J.C. CramwoodCramwood.

* PerpetualSmiler: Cramwood
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* PerpetualSmiler: CramwoodJ.C. Cramwood. You pretty much have to insult him directly to make him scowl.

* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: The Judge
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* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: The JudgeJudge Stone, Miss Krempel, and Mr. Savage all have hair in various bluish tones, while the rest of the cast has more normal colors. Though Mr. Savage's hair has been shown to be a wig on several occasions.
29th Sep '14 10:58:31 PM Doryna
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** Doug Savage
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** Doug SavageSavage, who never wins a case and always makes himself look completely foolish in the process.

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** Lampshaded in one episode: when discussing wishes, Doug Savagesays, "A pony." When asked why he wouldn't wish to win a case for a change, he replies that he's more likely to actually get the pony.
3rd May '14 10:41:05 PM MrCaptainA
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* FailureIsTheOnlyOption: Doug Savage will ''never'' win a case against Alison Krempel. '''Never.'''
15th Sep '13 6:13:50 AM SeptimusHeap
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My Name Is Not Durwood is no longer a trope. Examples that are badly written or don't fit the subtropes are getting removed.
* AccidentalMisnaming: It's Felix Fultergas, '''[[BerserkButton not Felix Filled-With-Gas!]]'''

* MyNameIsNotDurwood: It's Felix Fultergas, '''[[BerserkButton not Felix Filled-With-Gas!]]'''
15th Jan '13 5:49:52 AM MacronNotes
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* AdultChild: Most of the adults engage in rather childlike activities. In one instance, Judge Stone received a toy car for her birthday and loved it.

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\n* AdultChild: ManChild: Most of the adults engage in rather childlike activities. In one instance, Judge Stone received a toy car for her birthday and loved it.
25th Aug '12 9:17:29 AM FELH2
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Based on educational software (sold directly to schools), ''Science Court'' was an EdutainmentShow that premiered on [[strike:{{ABC}} Kids]] One Saturday Morning in [[TheNineties 1997]]. It used the animation style called {{Squigglevision}} and was made by the same guys that made ''HomeMovies'' and ''DrKatz''.
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Based on educational software (sold directly to schools), ''Science Court'' was an EdutainmentShow that premiered on [[strike:{{ABC}} [[strike:Creator/{{ABC}} Kids]] One Saturday Morning in [[TheNineties 1997]]. It used the animation style called {{Squigglevision}} and was made by the same guys that made ''HomeMovies'' and ''DrKatz''.

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