Jury Duty: The Comedy
This made-for-TV movie has such a huge ensemble cast that it clutters the movie. The plot is simple. A mild-mannered accountant (Pinchot) is accused of embezzlement. A jury is chosen and it looks to be a pretty straightforward case until a sexy "secretary" (Tracy Scoggins) testifies about their sexual exploits. The media becomes interested and the jury is sequestered. They are holed up together in a hotel and from there we are given insight into the jurors lives. They are all pretty cliched characters. The poor little rich girl, the old man who has given up on life, the hairbrained psychic, the crusading activist and the workaholic businessman. Bronson Pinchot plays four different characters in the movie which becomes rather annoying. The best part about "Jury Duty" is the romance between Rita (Heather Locklear) and Eddie (Stephen Baldwin) who both have a little secret. This dumb-but-lovable TV movie first aired January 15, 1990.

Jury Duty: The Comedy (1990) (TV)
Alternative Title: The Great American Sex Scandal
Director: Michael Schultz
Starring: Mädchen Amick / Stephen Baldwin / Mark Blankfield
Country: US Genre: Comedy