It looks like RevCam has been sulking by the window during the commercial break. One of the jurors, an older African-American guy, comes up to him and asks to tell him a story. When anyone on this show, even a tertiary character, says he or she is gonna tell a story, that's usually my chance to grab a little shut-eye, but I'll give this guy a chance. This guy's nephew sold some unspecified "drugs" but got caught. Because he did the selling on an army base, it was a federal offence, and the nephew got a fifteen-year sentence. At the same time, some Caucasian guys involved in Medicare fraud walked away from the courthouse after making only partial restitution. While this is a good story and I agree with the point that's being brought across, it's interesting that any story that ever gets told on this show feels slightly warped. It's almost as though it's been written by someone who normally writes propaganda. I'm somewhat surprised when the writer has RevCam put forth this fairly sophisticated concept: "The only thing I know for certain about how it feels to be black in America is that I'll never know how it feels to be black in America."
Episode Report CardCate: D | 531 USERS: C+
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