Huh. This is a strange one. Until a few months ago I didn't even know it existed. Let's take a quick peek.
It's difficult to cover Science Court's development in detail because there aren't many details to be found. It debuted in 1997: after cutting its teeth on Dr. Katz, Professional Therapist, classroom software developer Tom Snyder Productions incorporated its educational ethos with its new TV production wing to create a Saturday morning edutainment show for kids. Beyond this, the fact are murky. Depending on who you ask, Science Court ran for either two or three seasons, and there's no definitive episode list to be found anywhere. Its Wikipedia entry claims twenty-nine episodes, but only twelve are actually listed. These are the same twelve that appear in the TSP product catalog—not as DVDs, but as the CD-ROM components of classroom activity kits. There are thirteen episodes floating around YouTube, most of which seem to have been ripped from the TSP classroom kits. As for the purported sixteen other episodes—who knows?
Most of the substantial information about Science Court comes from magazine articles published during the show's run. Here's an excerpt from an interview with Tom Snyder in Imagine News: