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Divorce Court

Judge Lynn Toler resolves couples' disputes. 

Crew:
Lynn Toler (Judge)

4/23/14
11:00 AM
"Parr vs. Henry"  He wants 15 children; she is content with the two they already have.  (Repeat) WWOR
4/23/14
11:30 AM
"Lowe vs. Everett"  He says she seeks too much attention from men but constantly accuses him of cheating; she says she is just trying to network for her modeling career.  (Repeat) WWOR
4/23/14
02:00 PM
"Eskridge vs. Eskridge"  He says she smokes too much and cheated on him in the past; she says he is verbally abusive, fails to communicate appropriately and holds grudges from 1985.  WWOR
4/23/14
02:30 PM
"Moss-Lee vs. Lee"  A woman who started dating her second husband while she was still married to her first now complains that he cheats on her; he says she is having an affair with a millionaire bishop.  (Repeat) WWOR
4/24/14
11:00 AM
"Larson vs. Ferraro"  A woman who met her husband online says she is tired of him cheating on her online.  (Repeat) WWOR
4/24/14
11:30 AM
"Jenny vs. Randy Winals"  He says he cannot trust her; she says he is selfish and jealous.  (Repeat) WWOR
4/24/14
02:00 PM
"Wade vs. Jordan"  They both have children from previous relationships; he wants to end their 4-week marriage.  WWOR
4/24/14
02:30 PM
"Coleman vs. Coleman"  She says he makes derogatory comments about her race; he says being married feels like he has been kidnapped.  (Repeat) WWOR
4/25/14
11:00 AM
"Grogan vs. DeJesus"  She is six months pregnant and wants to marry him; he has never told her that he is an exotic dancer.  (Repeat) WWOR
4/25/14
11:30 AM
"Marsha vs. Timothy Lawson"  He says she does not like his children from another relationship and thinks he acts like a child; she says his children are spoiled and rude and he denies their son.  (Repeat) WWOR
Divorce Court

Premise
The venerable courtroom show takes a look at real-life divorcing couples. The soon-to-be exes tell their stories to the judge, who gives the ruling and settles all the usual -- and unusual -- divorce issues by the end of the episode. This is the third incarnation of the show titled ``Divorce Court,'' with the first having premiered in 1957.

Current cast
Lynn Toler

Program data from Tribune Media Services, Inc.