The band was working in a Sayreville, New Jersey studio on the demos for what would become the Slippery When Wet album. They often took breaks around the corner at a local pizza parlor, where the meal was cheap and a group of teens regularly hung out. The band brought in demos of potential songs and played them for the group of kids. Never Say Goodbye was a big hit with this group from the pizza parlor and ended up on the record. The 'PIZZA PARLOR JURY' was born and even though the media created the name; it has stuck with band ever since. This was a not a planed marketing strategy but a casual experiment that became a legend.