Episode 12 from season 6 this Quincy story was directed by Georg Fenady & is yet another top mystery. The script by Preston Wood isn't a straight forward murder mystery but instead goes inside the court room where Quincy has to prevent the conviction of an innocent man by using his own skill's, it's a neat idea which works well & is something that bit different from the usual episode blueprint. Most of the regular cast take a back seat in this episode, there isn't much of a moral message in this episode either as it gets on with it's mystery elements & lets Quincy do what he does best & to honest that's how I prefer them. It moves along at a nice pace, it never bores, it has a simple yet effective hook in the story & is yet another great Quincy episode. OK, so there is a small moral message here at the end when Quincy says everyone's eyes were closed & didn't try to look for any other explanation, I mean there had to be one right? A good, solid entertaining episode.
The acting is alright in this episode, I didn't like Joan Darling as the judge that much but generally speaking everyone does OK.
Jury Duty is another fine Quincy episode, a must for fans of the show but I'm sure many would find much to like here. Definitely well worth a watch.