I may have to watch the Phil Spector trial; it's likely to be the best thing on TV for a while:
The 18-page questionnaire, which was agreed upon by prosecutors and defense attorneys, includes a category called "Attitudes about celebrities and high-profile people."
It asks jurors for opinions on whether celebrities feel they are "entitled to act however they please," whether they "have bad tempers and act aggressively" and whether they think "they can bend the rules."
The thing is, though, that Spector hasn't been a "real" celebrity in a while, if he ever was one -- but this trial will turn him into one. (Fascinating look at him here.) Given who he is, I think every juror should be asked one vital question: Did you like John or Paul best? Jurors who get the right answer would, of course, be dismissed immediately. But it's a trick question:
At this point the question about my favorite Beatle comes down to whose moonbattery makes me least uncomfortable. I guess I'll go with the one who's got the most common sense: Ringo. But speaking strictly about music, objectively - the most musically talented was, without doubt, Paul.