3rd Rock from the Sun

Season 3 Episode 7

Eleven Angry Men and One Dick

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Aired Unknown Nov 12, 1997 on NBC
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Dick longs for the chance to administer his "unique brand of jurisprudence" when he's called for jury duty; Sally falls for an "artist" [ to Officer Don's chagrin ]; and Tommy and Harry help Albright with a "preverbal" project [ they must remain mute for five days ].moreless

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SUBMIT REVIEW
    Jason Carter

    Jason Carter

    Seth

    Guest Star

    Richard Fancy

    Richard Fancy

    Judge Debelko

    Guest Star

    Jack Hallett

    Jack Hallett

    Jury Foreman

    Guest Star

    David DeLuise

    David DeLuise

    Bug

    Recurring Role

    Danielle Nicolet

    Danielle Nicolet

    Caryn

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • In the scene where Tommy and Harry are miming what they want to say, they begin to play charades. Harry mimes something, and Tommy guesses the movie "McHale's Navy." French Stewart played a character in the movie "McHale's Navy."

    • QUOTES (10)

      • Sally: (In a British accent) What's wrong, Dick? Trial over?
        Dick: Eliza? (Sees Sally) No, the trial's not over!

      • (At the jury selection)
        Lawyer: Do you have any preconceived ideas about big rig trucks?
        Dick: Yes, I think that anyone who drives one is guilty!
        Lawyer: You're excused.
        Dick: ...guilty of bringing the world joy! I love big rigs!

      • (At the jury selection)
        Lawyer #1: Do you believe everything you read in the newspaper?
        Dick: No, of course not.
        Lawyer #1: Thank you, you're excused.
        (Later)
        Lawyer #2: Do you believe everything you read in the newspaper?
        Dick: Yes, every last word. The newspaper is my Bible.
        Lawyer #2: Thank you.
        Dick: You're welcome.
        Lawyer #2: You're excused.
        Dick: All right, now it's personal.

      • (At the jury selection)
        Prosecuting lawyer: Do you believe everything you read in the newspaper?
        Dick: Yes! No! I don't know what I believe anymore! You tell me what to believe and I'll do it!
        Prosecuting lawyer: He's fine with me.
        Defense lawyer: Me, too.

      • Dick: Maybe you'll all change your tune when you hear about something called... 'reasonable doubt'.
        Juror #1: What's the point?
        Dick: The point is it's reasonable to assume Foster used the money to pay for his daughter's life-threatening operation.
        Juror #2: No, it isn't.
        Juror #3: He doesn't have a daughter.
        Juror #1: It's not reasonable doubt if you just make things up!

      • Dick: You want the truth? You want the truth? Well, I can't handle the truth!

      • Dick: Oh, look at him. How much more guilty can you get? I mean, he's got a gun!
        Juror: That's the bailiff.

      • Dick: Then what did he do with the money?
        Juror: He supported a mistress and her family, you heard that testimony.
        Dick: Listen to you! In an age where most men can't support one family, this man supported two! Send him to jail? Let's send him to Congress!

      • Dick: Well, Foster said he didn't do it. Are you calling him... and his attorney... a liar?

      • Officer Don: I'm no law expert...

    • NOTES (0)

    • ALLUSIONS (2)

      • Dick: You want the truth? You want the truth? Well, I can't handle the truth!

        This is an allusion to the court-drama film A Few Good Men from 1992, starring Tom Cruise and Jack Nicholson.

      • Episode Title
        The title for this episode is an allusion to the play Twelve Angry Men.

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