Analysis of Mosque at Ground Zero – 12 Angry Men Script
• Juror 3, like in the story says, “Everybody gets a fair trial. (He shakes his head.) That's the system. Well, I suppose you can't say anything against it.” And in the skit he believes that it’s disrespectful if we don’t discuss the issue.
• In the play juror 4 says, “I don't see any need for arguing like this. I think we ought to be able to behave like gentlemen.” And in the skit he attempts to break up the brawl between Juror 8 and Juror 3.
• In 12 angry men Juror 3 and juror 8 are always going at each other and in our skit they are fighting over what should happen with the mosque.
• Juror 8 goes by the evidence in 12 angry men, and in our skit he is the one that has the evidence from our laws.
• Juror 3 is stubborn and just keeps repeating the same subject over in 12 angry men and in our play he is going on about the same evidence rather than bringing up new things.
• In 12 angry men, juror 4 is not as much into it as 8 and 3 are, and our skit it shows that juror 8 and juror 3 go at each other a lot more than juror 4
• Juror 4 is more of a middle guy in 12 angry men and in our skit he is undecided about his decision
• Juror 3 and 8 get frustrated with juror 4 in the skit because he is undecided with his decision and in the 12 angry me, juror 4 is somewhat in the middle and goes for both sides which cause the other jurors to get angry with him.