Mablean Ephriam was not fired from Divorce Court, but was unable to agree on terms to a new contract with the show's producers. She lasted for seven seasons and was the first African-American and female to preside over t... More »

Mablean Ephriam left "Divorce Court" in March 2006 at the end of its seventh season. The judge had hosted the FOX-produced court show since its revival in 1999. More »

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Divorce Court has had seven judges presiding over the show as of 2015, including Voltaire Perkins, Colin Male, Martha Smith, Mablean Ephiriam, William B. Keene and Jim Peck. Since 2006, the show's judge has been Lynn Tol... More »

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Mablean Ephriam left "Divorce Court" in March 2006 at the end of its seventh season. The judge had hosted the FOX-produced court show since its revival in 1999. More »

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To watch old episodes of "Divorce Court," visit YouTube.com and use the search engine to find available episodes. From the results page, read the brief descriptions and click on the specific episode to view. More »

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According to Joan Fleischman's article, "Old Kid on the Block is in Divorce Court," bad tempers, violence and extramarital affairs caused Danny Wood and Patricia Alfaro to divorce. The two parties involved disagree on th... More »

Christopher Meloni, the actor who portrayed detective Elliot Stabler on "Law & Order: SVU," left the show in 2011 due to the fact that he and NBC were unable to agree to terms for a new contract. Meloni had played Stable... More »