This improv comedy takes in the format of a trial with Tim Fitzhigham as the judge and Thom Tuck as the court clerk for the evening. As the prosecution and defence, they are rotated between the forceful and sensible Jessica Fostekew, Trevor Locke and the ever so hesitant but hilarious Joel Dommett. The accused are members of the audience on the random charges such as having ballons like bellends or to have blonde hair with intent to supply. The jury is the audience who gets to decide whether they are guilty or not. It provides brilliant improv comedy and some great silliness though the evening did drift into some awkward misogynistic territory. But it is great showcase of quick wit and test of comic talent.