A bit of a meta episode as they worked in the current Stay-At-Home situation into an episode by filming it as a bunch of Skype/Zoom calls between the cast members. Except for the Callan/Quinn moving in together bit, it was almost a candidate non-canon episode. I was actually on Jury Duty for a civil case when LA Superior Court shut down. They really did get blind-sided by the suddenness and absoluteness of the order. They tried staving it off on the day before the go-home order came in by kicking everyone out of the gallery, then kicking us the jury out of the jury box and spreading us out in the gallery. We got to Plaintiff's closing arguments at the end of that day, with the Judge reassuring everybody that the supervising judge would only shut down new trials and active trials would get the chance to complete. We showed up the next morning to hear Defendant's closing and start deliberation and they wouldn't let us in the door. The court clerk met us outside and handed us copies of the continuance order for 6 weeks, with the first attempt to re-start on April 27. At the end of the period, it was obvious that the stay-at-home order was going to last a lot longer, and the judge ordered a mistrial. While it was frustrating for us not to finish our duty to the end, I feel really bad for both parties, as the trial was going to wind up being a 3-week trial by the time we were done. It was a slog. Defendant's counsel called us to get feedback on the trial from the jury (as most counsel try to do) and their frustration was obvious. But they understood why it happened. Callan needs to finish up filling out his quarantine beard and do a bit of grooming, and it'll look good. Watkins shouldn't try for more than a goatee. And does Bethel (Callan) have nudes on his living room walls? All his decorative artwork was blurred out. I wonder if the cast will get camera/photographer credits for this episode. I'll check IMDB later. --Carlos "Juror #10" V.