The moment when the Juror number 2 became a critical thinker was when he comes into his own. He put his thoughts and concerns about the downward angle stab wound by a boy who is six inches shorter than his father. While his argument doesn’t stand, it lays the foundation for the discussion about the way switchblades are used in an underhanded angled, which ultimately changes the minds of some other jurors. When Juror Two is unable to see the clock after removing his glasses, it brings about the discussion of the woman who claims to have seen the crime from her window, but was not wearing her glasses because she had been trying to sleep. In the end, this revelation changed the votes of the rest of the jurors.