Well, I expected jury duty to be a one day affair, but that’s not the case. What is the case? I’m not allowed to talk about it because I was selected to be a member of the jury. I blame Eko. During the proceedings the lawyers for both sides interviewed each of us individually and it came up that I spent a year driving around the country with Eko. The lawyers, the judge and the rest of the courtroom seemed to get a kick out of the story and thus my fate was sealed. I guess if a dog can vouch for you, the law figures you’re a good pick.
Eko’s in charge of the apartment again today while I’m at court. Luckily he has equipped me with all the skills I need to be a good juror. Most notably, Eko has helped my powers of perception.
Like how I can perceive when he wants a treat
Or look at the evidence to determine that Eko has given up on our walk
And of course I also had to do some serious sleuthing to solve the case of the Windy City Bandit.
Treats were disappearing from the top of my fridge, but how?
I have no idea how they came up with the formula, but jury duty pays exactly $17.20 a day. I have promised to use this windfall of cash to buy Eko some nice plush toys for his patience. Justice calls, I’m off!