The jury's task is coming to a close. Johnny Donne is recovering from his bender and has to come to terms with falling off the wagon. Johnny and Rose are appropriately awkward with one another. Marcia's reconciliation with her long absent mother comes to success. Peter Segal's father-in-law continues to meddle in the case. In the jury room, with Peter now acting as foreman, they begin to methodically review the evidence. As they sift through the information, they re-enact the crime and see if the timing is such as to have allowed the defendant to actually commit the crime. The evidence isn't conclusive and they have to find a way to move forward. One of the juror's reminiscences of having been bullied as a child leads to others opening up about their personal experiences. Peter's explanation of his views on the boy's guilt or innocence sways his fellow jurors and they are finally able to reach a conclusion. In the aftermath of the verdict, the jurors resume their lives or decide to ...