My Wife and Kids

Season 3 Episode 19

Jury Duty

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Aired Tuesday 8:00 PM Feb 26, 2003 on ABC
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Michael and Jay are asked to serve jury duty together. Michael's elected foreman and wants to move on the trial quickly so he can get home to watch the Godfather marathon on TV. But Jay won't vote guilty because she thinks there has to be a debate first. Thanks to that, Michael has to rent the videos and at the store, he meets an insurance salesman whom he mistakes for a mobster, and is convinced that the mob is after him due to the case.moreless

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  • I've never had a chance to be in the jury! Don't you get paid?

    7.5
    How could you not want to be in the jury? I hear ya get paid! Micheal is in a hurry to get home to watch some tv show? When you can go to the store buy or rent it. Getting scared of an insurance salemans! That's hilarious! "To die for" and "jury duty" are two movie titles. What's with Franklyn? Does he like Kady? I can't believe Micheal kicked his son out and he still in the garage! He needs to teach safe sex more since his son has made a baby on what seems to be his first time with a girl, but in his parents bed!?moreless
Stuart Nixon

Stuart Nixon

Man

Guest Star

Maggie Rowe

Maggie Rowe

Prosecutor

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Thom Gossom Jr.

Thom Gossom Jr.

Judge

Guest Star

Johnny Pruitt

Johnny Pruitt

Bailiff

Recurring Role

Clint Culp

Clint Culp

Clerk

Recurring Role

Noah Gray-Cabey

Noah Gray-Cabey

Franklin Aloysius Mumford

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • Michael and Jay come home after the first day of deliberation because Michael wants to watch the Godfather marathon. Once a jury is in deliberation, they don't go home, only to a hotel for the night before resuming deliberation the next day.

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  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • N/A: 12 Angry Men
      This episode somewhat parodies "12 Angry Men" where everyone says the person is guilty except one juror. One crucial difference is that in "12 Angry Men", one juror, Juror #7, wants to leave quickly so that he could see a baseball game, but here, all of them want to leave because they want to see a Godfather Marathon.

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