An interrogation technique that consists of asking innane irrelevent questions, and then suddenly, ham-handedly asking directly if the person is guilty of whatever you are investigating and hoping they will slip up and just confess. The term refers to the News Radio episode "Jail (part 1 of 3)" where Matthew is interviewing Jimmy James and trying to determine if he is D.B. Cooper.
Of course Monica denied she's screwing your brother. You've got to be subtle when you lay the trap, you can't just Doobie Keebler her with the question.
The act of making a toilet stop in the middle of another action in public view. So named after Paula Radcliffe stopped at the side of the road, squatted and evacuated herself in front of millions of people during the 2005 London Marathon.
Mary had to do a Radcliffe halfway down the aisle on her wedding day. She'd been busting to go for hours, and now shame was not enough to stop her.