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In the season finale of the [[1999]] season, Jenny is seen getting involved with a trial judge in a unisex bathroom.  Later on in the courtroom, she is charged with jury tampering due to an affair with the jury foreman of the previous week's trial.  She moved for a mistrial due to having an affair with the foreman of her trial, which is apparently denied.  Jenny also admitted to having an affair with the prosecutor Ramirez on 23 August, and then declared that she's give up the law and asks the judge to marry her.  After the commercial break, her fiancé dies and she returns to being a single female lawyer.
 
In the season finale of the [[1999]] season, Jenny is seen getting involved with a trial judge in a unisex bathroom.  Later on in the courtroom, she is charged with jury tampering due to an affair with the jury foreman of the previous week's trial.  She moved for a mistrial due to having an affair with the foreman of her trial, which is apparently denied.  Jenny also admitted to having an affair with the prosecutor Ramirez on 23 August, and then declared that she's give up the law and asks the judge to marry her.  After the commercial break, her fiancé dies and she returns to being a single female lawyer.
  
Because [[Philip J. Fry|Fry]] prevented the episode from airing it's ending, in [[3000]] the [[Omicronians]] force [[Turanga Leela]] to enact all the scenes after Jenny is propositioned in the bathroom.
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Because [[Philip J. Fry|Fry]] prevented the episode from airing its ending, in [[3000]] the [[Omicronians]] force [[Turanga Leela]] to enact all the scenes after Jenny is propositioned in the bathroom.
  
 
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Tertiary character
Pseudocharacter
Character on Single Female Lawyer
Jenny McNeal
Single Female Lawyer.jpg
SpeciesHuman
Planet of originProbably Earth, United States of America
ProfessionSingle female lawyer
First appearance"When Aliens Attack" (1ACV12)
Episode
Played byUnknown actress
Turanga Leela
Voices
As played by the unknown actressTress MacNeille
As played by LeelaKatey Sagal
This article is about the character on Single Female Lawyer. For the former President of Earth, see President McNeal.

Jenny McNeal is the titular character on the television show Single Female Lawyer. She is a single female lawyer who is constantly sexually involved with the judges, juries, prosecutors, and defendants of the cases she works with.

In the season finale of the 1999 season, Jenny is seen getting involved with a trial judge in a unisex bathroom. Later on in the courtroom, she is charged with jury tampering due to an affair with the jury foreman of the previous week's trial. She moved for a mistrial due to having an affair with the foreman of her trial, which is apparently denied. Jenny also admitted to having an affair with the prosecutor Ramirez on 23 August, and then declared that she's give up the law and asks the judge to marry her. After the commercial break, her fiancé dies and she returns to being a single female lawyer.

Because Fry prevented the episode from airing its ending, in 3000 the Omicronians force Turanga Leela to enact all the scenes after Jenny is propositioned in the bathroom.

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Additional Info

Trivia

  • Her character and show are based on Ally McBeal from our universe.
  • She shares a surname (though a different spelling of it) with Tress MacNeille, her voice actress.
  • She looks different on the show than she does on the episode promo picture.

Quotes

    Jenny: Your Honour, it's bad enough to proposition a single female lawyer in court, but this is a unisex bathroom.

Appearances