I recall there was one, possibly several, recent cases in which a parent objected to her kids having to watch an R-rated movie on a flight. Today I saw one such case reaching "America's Court with Judge Kevin Ross" show. The parent was a pleasant polite woman, and the unnamed (United?) airline was represented by a spokesman from Corporate Communications. During the flight in question the woman, who was not even wearing headphones, became concerned when she saw some "crude and vulgar" scenes shown on all screens, while her young kids were watching in amazement. She complained to the crew and asked them to turn the movie off. Instead the captain diverted the flight and had that family ejected, before continuing the flight. Judge Ross found the airline actions unreasonable, and ordered them to pay $500 to the plaintiff in compensation. It was a small claims court, but I guess others might take notice now.