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A Jury in Jail 

The jury become tired and restless as the case continues, meanwhile the defence juggle with the idea of putting OJ on the stands

Director:

Anthony Hemingway

Writers:

Jeffrey Toobin (based on the book "The Run of His Life: The People v. O.J. Simpson" by), Scott Alexander (developed for television by) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Sterling K. Brown ... Christopher Darden
Kenneth Choi ... Judge Lance Ito
Christian Clemenson ... Bill Hodgman (credit only)
Cuba Gooding Jr. ... O.J. Simpson
Bruce Greenwood ... Gil Garcetti
Nathan Lane ... F. Lee Bailey
Sarah Paulson ... Marcia Clark
David Schwimmer ... Robert Kardashian
John Travolta ... Robert Shapiro
Courtney B. Vance ... Johnnie Cochran
Susan Beaubian ... Armanda Cooley
Selma Blair ... Kris Jenner
Christopher Boyer ... Santa Claus / Juror
Cocoa Brown ... Queen Bee
Garrett M. Brown ... Lou Brown
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Storyline

Months into the trial, cut off from their families, society and the media, the jurors grow stir crazy and start becoming unlikely targets for the prosecution and the defense. Meanwhile, the country gets an introduction to the science of DNA evidence.

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Biography | Crime | Drama

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TV-MA | See all certifications »
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

22 March 2016 (USA) See more »

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DTS

Color:

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Trivia

The first Juror called for questioning during the murder trial was number 32, which was O.J.'s jersey number as a professional. See more »

Goofs

The hotel the Jury is staying in has doorknobs on the room doors with a large black circle on them. These are RFID door locks, which weren't seen in hotels until at least the mid-2000's. See more »

Quotes

Johnnie Cochran: As she said, this was simply a misunderstanding.
Marcia Clark: She lied! She's out!
Johnnie Cochran: She didn't lie! She said...
Marcia Clark: She said 'no' to the question 'have you ever been a victim of domestic violence'. Her husband raped her twice.
F. Lee Bailey: Actually, it wasn't legally rape in '88. I mean between a husband and wife.
Marcia Clark: [a long and awkward silence; Clark gapes at Bailey] You just said that. Out loud.
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Connections

References Seinfeld (1989) See more »

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Fight the Power
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Written by Chuck D, Eric Sadler, Hank Shocklee and Keith Shocklee
Performed by Public Enemy
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20 February 2017 | by HitchcocSee all my reviews

This was an interesting interruption. Imagine being in constant contact with a group of people you didn't even know before the trial. Imagine the general consensus was that you'd be done in a couple months. Imaginable you can't watch television or read magazines or talk to others. Then, just being away from your family and home for all that time. Finally, there is a kind of claustrophobia that happens. Then, throw into it the lawyers using you as pawns, looking into everything you ever did, checking whether you made a mistake or flat out lied on your application. This episode shows more dirty tricks and manipulation. And, again, the racial thing is engaged, as the jury pool is being drawn upon to get an advantage.


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