Dick has jury duty. The clearly guilty but friendly looking defendant is the same man who offered Dick candy earlier on and Dick can't bring himself to declare him guilty. In a café Sally meets Seth, a dark, mysterious and British writer. Obviously much to the dislike of Officer Don, Sally's intrigued by him and copies his black clothing and British accent. Meanwhile, Tommy and Harry help Mary with her pre-verbal experiment for which they aren't allowed to talk for five whole days. Written by
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The episode's title is a reference to the classic 1957 movie "12 Angry Men" which is also about a court case and the jurors deliberation between innocent and guilty. See more
[regarding the five day silence they just took part in
It sure is a relief to be able to talk again.
You're telling me.
[after a LONG silence
You know, during the silence, I sorta noticed how good looking you are.
During the end-credits, an additional scene is shown of Tommy & Harry. See more
References My Fair Lady