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Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law/Juror in Court
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Juror in Court is the sixth episode of the fourth season of Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law, and the thirty-eighth episode overall. Harvey realizes that a juror has been in all of his previous cases and has him removed, but winds up serving jury duty in the dismissed juror's place.
Behind the Scenes
Allusions and References
- Birdman: $27.90? But this meal voucher they gave us is only good for three dollars!
Elliott: Ahaha! Yes! Yes! The mighty Birdman humbled by a chimichanga! Wait. That thing is $27.90? Are you kidding me?! That's bullshit! He didn't even get a fountain drink! Give me that!
[Elliott shoves the chimichanga into the cashier's mouth and uses his gun to duplicate Birdman's voucher several times over.]
Elliott: There, now you owe him $8.10. How's that feel, huh?
[Elliott leaves, but immediately comes back and climbs over the register counter]
Elliott: And what the fuck is Chipotle anyway?