Karma’s Favorite Court Scenes

Karma takes pride in how fair and balanced her method of serving just desserts is; She’s like spirtuality’s own Judge Dredd! Only much sweeter and less terrifying. That said, she can’t take credit for all her completely justified actions; she learned a lot from her friend, God, and some very inspirational court scenes.

Here are some choice scenes that really touch the heart:

But, I don’t know, maybe you CAN handle the truth?


Don’t speak!

Well, that’s just plain naughty.

Animal Court!


And be sure to catch Karma’s latest webisode, wherein the court gets tough on Karma!


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Annie was born in Hollywood,California and raised in the valley. She avoided the valley girl accent by speaking backwards for the first 15 years of her life. She also suspects that she may have been switched at birth with Jennifer Aniston who is currently living her life. As an actress in her teens she played Jason Bateman’s sister in the play The Carpenters at The Complex in Hollywood. She went on to host and co-produce the nationally syndicated dating game show, BZZZ! and appear as a guest on The Tonight Show w/Jay Leno. She thinks Jay doesn’t like her, but she doesn’t know why. She also appeared in films (Good Luck Chuck, My Sister’s Keeper) TV, (Becker, ER, NYPD Blue, General Hospital, other stuff) and has been writing like a bunny (yeah, some write) since the earth began. Her romantic comedy, Complicated Heroes was performed at the Lyceum Stage in San Diego, California. Her book of comedic scenes, Snapshots! has been performed on several Hollywood stages and her book of short stories, Where Would I Be Without Me? has recently been recorded for the blind and dyslexic. (available at amazon.com!)

She is currently writing several original TV pilots and preparing to publish her novella, I Thought I Already Knew That, a spiritual adventure of sorts. She lives in Los Angeles with her charming, Italian husband and her equally charming, Jewish/Buddhist/Italian dog, Lucy.
She also works well with monkeys. Usually.

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