Today's "close but no cigar" award:
The Indiana Supreme Court is partnering with public broadcasters to teach viewers about the legal process.
The first show is called "Family Matters: Choosing to Represent Yourself in Court." It will begin airing Thursday on Indiana public television stations.
The Supreme Court says the show provides information for people who decide to represent themselves in court without an attorney.
Even the best documentary will leave some holes in the information or put a spin on it not as helpful to real people as the "experts" think. Want to help people understand courts' workings? Make cameras in the court official Supreme Court policy.