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26th Nov '16 9:17:13 AM Morgenthaler
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* This [[http://nodwick.humor.gamespy.com/ffn/index.php?date=2009-06-24 story arc]] of ''FullFrontalNerdity''.

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* This [[http://nodwick.humor.gamespy.com/ffn/index.php?date=2009-06-24 story arc]] of ''FullFrontalNerdity''.''Webcomic/FullFrontalNerdity''.
30th Oct '16 11:41:03 AM nombretomado
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* An episode of ''HarveyBirdman'' has him get selected for the jury of a trial he is also the defense lawyer for. Judge Mentok solves this dilemma by using Elliott the Deadly Duplicator's ray to make a copy of Birdman, so one can sit on the jury. He learns that the other jurors don't think very much of his defense style.

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* An episode of ''HarveyBirdman'' ''WesternAnimation/HarveyBirdmanAttorneyAtLaw'' has him get selected for the jury of a trial he is also the defense lawyer for. Judge Mentok solves this dilemma by using Elliott the Deadly Duplicator's ray to make a copy of Birdman, so one can sit on the jury. He learns that the other jurors don't think very much of his defense style.
11th Oct '16 1:09:34 AM BlueCyth
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* The [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin backdrop]] of Jury Duty, by mystery writer Laura van Wormer. It gets complicated when a fellow juror begins stalking one of the main characters.

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* The [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin backdrop]] of Jury Duty, by mystery writer Laura van Wormer. It The trial is the original mystery, but it gets complicated when a fellow juror begins stalking one of the main characters.
11th Oct '16 1:08:21 AM BlueCyth
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* The [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin backdrop]] of Jury Duty, by mystery writer Laura van Wormer. It gets complicated when a fellow juror begins stalking one of the main characters.
22nd Sep '16 5:39:08 PM nombretomado
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* An ''AdventuresInOdyssey'' episode has Eugene and Bernard get called up for this. The episode involves Eugene being very thorough asking for a transcript of the trial and going through the details meticulously, much to the annoyance of the other jurors. Since everyone else is all set to give a guilty verdict, this turns him into a RogueJuror by default.

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* An ''AdventuresInOdyssey'' ''Radio/AdventuresInOdyssey'' episode has Eugene and Bernard get called up for this. The episode involves Eugene being very thorough asking for a transcript of the trial and going through the details meticulously, much to the annoyance of the other jurors. Since everyone else is all set to give a guilty verdict, this turns him into a RogueJuror by default.
7th Aug '16 3:55:43 AM bradleysigma
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* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZNGHNA4wdKE Boston Jury Duty]], a skit about several Red Sox fans trying to avoid jury duty that clashes with a game.
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19th May '16 5:05:13 PM nombretomado
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* The ElleryQueen radio show had an episode where Ellery and his secretary Nikki both ended up on the same jury, and Ellery ended up solving the case and revealing the true killer who was also in the courtroom (similar to the ''MurderSheWrote'' example but predating it by decades).

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* The ElleryQueen radio show had an episode where Ellery and his secretary Nikki both ended up on the same jury, and Ellery ended up solving the case and revealing the true killer who was also in the courtroom (similar to the ''MurderSheWrote'' ''Series/MurderSheWrote'' example but predating it by decades).
19th May '16 5:05:00 PM nombretomado
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* In an episode of ''MurderSheWrote'', Jessica gets on a jury... and pulls a Franchise/PerryMason (freeing the accused by finding the real killer... ''who is also in the courtroom!'')

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* In an episode of ''MurderSheWrote'', ''Series/MurderSheWrote'', Jessica gets on a jury... and pulls a Franchise/PerryMason (freeing the accused by finding the real killer... ''who is also in the courtroom!'')
15th Apr '16 12:14:35 AM Morgenthaler
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2nd Apr '16 2:44:34 AM Morgenthaler
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* Jez of ''Series/PeepShow'' is called to jury [[SeparatedByACommonLanguage service]] and gets to chatting to the defendant in the court canteen. They start having an affair, and he learns that while she didn't do what she's accused of this time, she has done it several times before. He convinces the other jurors to convict her partly for this, and partly because she scares him and [[ComedicSociopathy he doesn't want to have to dump her]]. (It's something of an inversion of ''TwelveAngryMen'', since before he met her he was convinced she was innocent not from any evidence, but just his general contrariness and anti-establishment sentiment.)

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* Jez of ''Series/PeepShow'' is called to jury [[SeparatedByACommonLanguage service]] and gets to chatting to the defendant in the court canteen. They start having an affair, and he learns that while she didn't do what she's accused of this time, she has done it several times before. He convinces the other jurors to convict her partly for this, and partly because she scares him and [[ComedicSociopathy he doesn't want to have to dump her]]. (It's something of an inversion of ''TwelveAngryMen'', ''Film/TwelveAngryMen'', since before he met her he was convinced she was innocent not from any evidence, but just his general contrariness and anti-establishment sentiment.)



* ''Series/HancocksHalfHour'' did an episode based on ''TwelveAngryMen'', with Hancock and James both on the same jury and each holding up proceedings for different reasons - Hancock because he can't decide on his verdict, and James because the jury are getting put up in a nice hotel for free and he wants to milk it for as long as possible.

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* ''Series/HancocksHalfHour'' did an episode based on ''TwelveAngryMen'', ''Film/TwelveAngryMen'', with Hancock and James both on the same jury and each holding up proceedings for different reasons - Hancock because he can't decide on his verdict, and James because the jury are getting put up in a nice hotel for free and he wants to milk it for as long as possible.
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