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This movie (or TV show) includes the courtroom scene with Marisa Tomei from My Cousin Vinny.

The movie, or TV show, is probably a comedy or a rom-com.  One character is watching My Cousin Vinny in the background of the main action.  This character brings other characters' attention to the television and the main action stops while the clip plays in its entirety.  It is the scene when Marisa Tomei's character, Mona Lisa Vito, brilliantly answers the prosecutor's question about the ignition timing on a 1955 Pontiac Bel Air Chevrolet.  The clip lasts approximately 2.5 minutes and ends with the judge looking at her with amazement.  The action then returns to the movie (or TV show).

asked Sep 27, 2017 in Name That Movie by loriodon (6 points)

Part 2 of the 2- part episode titled "The Cadillac" of the sitcom show "Seinfeld"

From IMDb:
"Watched by George on TV - Scene: Marisa Tomei/Mona Lisa Vito as expert witness in Court."

From this episode's Wikipedia page:
"George's obsession with Marisa Tomei makes Susan suspicious when she comes home and finds him on the couch watching My Cousin Vinny and again, later, when she finds him watching Only You (specifically, scenes in which Tomei is on screen)."

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