CSI: Crime Scene Investigation

Season 4 Episode 11

Eleven Angry Jurors

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Aired Wednesday 10:00 PM Jan 08, 2004 on CBS
8.9
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The lone holdout on a jury is found dead in the jury room. The eleven jurors who were voting guilty and who hated the dead juror are the natural suspects. Nick reopens a four year old case when the sister of the victim comes forward with new evidence.moreless

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  • A holdout juror dies from a severe allergic reaction while Nick solves a four year old cold case and impresses Grissom in the process.

    9.2
    I liked this. A holdout juror dies from a severe allergic reaction with his fellow juror are suspects. It's funny that the holdout juror was the only one doing his job as a juror and was condemned for it.



    My favorite part was Nick's case of the missing housewife. He proved that he isn't the same Nick from Evaluation day. He solves a case that Grissom closed 4 years ago and while Grissom questions him, Nick tells Grissom that he isn't trying to impress Grissom anymore. This impresses Grissom who puts Nick up for the promotion. I love how Nick proves that he is a great CSI when given half a chance.moreless
  • Filler Episode.

    8.7
    In this episode of CSI titled Eleven Angry Jurors a holdout in a Juror is found dead in the jury room after a break all of the jurors are suspects in the case because the all did not like him for voting not guilty when they all voted guilty Nick reopens a case that is four years old when the sister of the victim comes forward with information about the case over all a well mixed episode with good cases but on the other had I thought the episode was a little basic not really great happened and my rating for this episode is 8.7 out of 10.moreless
  • A juror dies during jury duty leaving the remaining 11 all suspects!

    9.8
    Grissom, sara, Warrick, Catherine and Brass are solving the case where the twelfth juror dies at a jury duty meeting and the remaining eleven all have motive as he was the only one who chose the verdict Not Guilty. He was killed by something that he was allergic to and went into shock. The CSI's are led to believe someone mixed peanut butter in with the victims chilli meal but due to tests Greg is able to find out that the amount of peanuts in the peanut butter would not kill him, so they have another suspect on their hands. They go back to the crime scene to retreive their killer. A Bee. The victim was allergic to Bee stings and one of the jurors opened a window. Meanwhile Nick solves the four year old murder of a woman he and Grissom thought they'd solved four years ago when key information comes forward that changes the whole outcome. Nick proves Grissom wrong and in doing so Grissom nominates him for the promotion of Lead CSI instead of Sara. I think Nick deserves the promotion more than Sara and we will have to wait and see if he gets it!moreless
  • Mmmm... not bad. Kinda boring though...

    8.5
    From the moment the guy opened the window, I knew that it was important, cause otherwise they wouldn't have made it such a big deal. This ep was pretty good, but not like 'intense' or whatever.



    All the times when they showed the sister in the barrel staring up at the other sister, that just freaked me out. It was sad, too. To have your sister cheat with your boyfriend and then you catch them and your sister kills you. I mean, come on. Nick's really smart, though. :D



    Oh, and I LOVED the little smile between Sara and Grissom at the end, so cute!moreless
  • The way they made the show go from murder to accident is amazing and the cast played super.

    8.5
    CSI=eleven angry jurors is a good comparisson to anyone who just wanted to get the case over . The way the show was going it was like he killed the juror then , no wait she killed the juror then know wait did anybody kill him . was it an accident or was it murder . the team of csi worked really hard on cracking this case. The way they made the show go from murder to accident is amazing and the cast played super . grissom is my favorite of the team at csi because he is so cool and smart.moreless
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Ever Carradine

Faye Minden

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Eddie Jemison

Eddie Jemison

Mr. Dorsey

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Billy Wirth

Billy Wirth

Aaron Westonson

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Alex Carter

Alex Carter

Detective Vartann

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Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (0)

  • QUOTES (8)

    • Sara: If Gibbons had that severe a reaction to peanut shells, imagine what eating peanut butter would do to him.
      Warrick: Yeah, that's more than just messing with a guy's head.
      Sara: That's murder.

    • Sara: He wore a medic alert bracelet. Everyone hated him, and everyone knew how to kill him.

    • Brass: Chris Gibbons, UNLV grad student. The jury's been sequestered two and a half weeks on a murder trial.
      Grissom: Twelve strangers ... stuck in a room with no exit. It's like Sartre said: "Hell is other people."

    • Greg: I'm not the allergy ace. I'm trying to get out in the field and you're multitasking me in the lab.
      Catherine: Greg, I'm the one who actually put you on a case not just talked about it.
      Greg: You're also the one who took me off the case. (Greg gets up and walks away from her over to a table)
      Catherine: You know what? You started and you gave me six strong innings, and I brought in the closer. What's wrong with that?
      Greg: So what am I? Fish or fowl?
      Catherine: Fish. That's a good place to start.

    • Jervis: I lost my temper.
      Catherine: You sure it's lost?

    • (Looking at a hair)
      Grissom: There's no tag cells, and she's not a natural blonde, and it looks synthetic.
      Brass: Hey, this is Vegas baby.

    • Greg: No she didn't.
      Sara: Greg, she told Warrick she put peanut butter in the chili.
      Greg: I don't care if Mr. Peanut was taking a bath in the vic's lunch. It's not what killed him.

    • Nick: We never answered the question why she just woke up one morning and walked away from the rest of her life.
      Grissom: It happens. And that's what the evidence was telling us.
      Nick: Well, that's what the physical evidence was telling us. We should have dug deeper. You can't just ignore the human element, Grissom.
      Grissom: I agree, Nick. But when you start to have feelings for the people involved, you risk your objectivity.
      Nick: So what? You know, I'm always getting criticized for empathizing with the victims and their families, but that's who I am. That's how I do my job. And as far as the promotion goes, it's all good, man. I can live without it. I'm not you.
      Grissom: Good. We certainly don't need another me around here.

  • NOTES (4)

  • ALLUSIONS (3)

    • Nick's case is ripped from the headlines of the 1981 murder case of Charlotte Grabbe in Marshall, Indiana also resolved by analyzing tree rings for hydrocarbons.

    • Warrick: Take me out to the ball game.
      Sara: Buy me some peanuts.

      "Take Me Out To The Ball Game" is an old, well-known baseball song written by Jack Norworth in 1908.

    • Title: Eleven Angry Jurors

      The title of this episode is a play on the title of the 1957 film 12 Angry Men in which the plot of the movie was based on a jury deliberating a murder case.

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