Overruled! is a tween comedy about the trials of Jared "Coop" Cooper, a smooth-talking teen who puts his charm and principles to good use as an attorney at Banting High's teen court. When ... See full summary »
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 Jared 'Coop' Cooper 38 episodes, 2009-2010
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 Kaleigh Stewart / ... 29 episodes, 2009-2010
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 Russell 'Rusty' Dougal 29 episodes, 2009-2010
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 Linda Cooper 29 episodes, 2009-2010
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 Jordy Cooper 29 episodes, 2009-2010
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Overruled! is a tween comedy about the trials of Jared "Coop" Cooper, a smooth-talking teen who puts his charm and principles to good use as an attorney at Banting High's teen court. When Coop isn't at home with his family and dealing with his quirky little sister Jordy, he's hanging out in teen court with his best friend and court clerk Rusty, teen-judge Tara, and his 'frienemy' and opposing council Kaleigh. Students with school issues that can't be settled in the halls can have their case decided by a jury of their peers in the after-school court which is supervised by the irrepressible Mr. Van Dansen. And whether you've been served with a dress code violation or caught cheating on the final exam, you won't find funnier representation than Coop Cooper - a guy who can cut the tension of any courtroom drama with his comedic courtroom theatrics. Written by Anonymous

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