Parents' Guide to

Chrissy's Court

By Joyce Slaton, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 11+

Infrequent language and some iffy humor in TV court show.

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OMG , The FAME HUNGRY Chrissy Tiegen on a court show ??? She is sooo ratchet- I thought this was a joke-it should! NOT SUITABLE for children (or adults) Get her OFF the air - she is a childish mental case.

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Built along classic "TV court" lines but gifted with the considerable charms of Teigen, this predictable legal-ish series is easy to watch. Teigen clearly has empathy for the wronged men and women who come to her seeking cash to replace broken speakers or the pink slip to the car shared between a former couple, even if she mocks them gently. When an older man relates how he got intimidated by a young guy at a restaurant who asked him if he could sing some rap music instead of vocal standards, Teigen enlists husband John Legend (who stops by occasionally to opine) to do an on-the-spot reenactment. "John will ask for rap music, and also scare the s--t out of you, apparently," she tells the plaintiff. And when she decides that the plaintiff has $999 coming to him to replace his damaged speaker, she tells the court, "I'll cover it." Now that's a justice Judge Judy never doled out.

Other members of Teigen's family make appearances in Chrissy's Court: Teigen's mom Vilailuck Teigen serves as the court's bailiff (and jokes with her daughter), and 6-year-old daughter Luna pops up at the end of one episode to assure her mom she's doing a good job. It's cute -- and so is this show, though it's hardly breaking new ground. It's just fun to hang around with the Teigen/Legend family for a while, clearly what this small snack of a series is banking on.

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