Judging Amy

Season 5 Episode 7

Kilt Trip

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Aired Tuesday 10:00 PM Nov 04, 2003 on CBS
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Kilt Trip
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Forced to substitute for an ailing colleague just two days before her wedding, Amy presides over a felony murder case involving a 14 year old boy and makes a controversial decision to overturn the jury's verdict; Stu's groomsmen are less than thrilled when they realize that they'll be wearing kilts instead of tuxes at the wedding; Kyle hatches a plan to surprise the rest of the family with Vincent's presence at the wedding, and gets a surprise himself when he walks in on Vincent and Heather making out; Amy forgets to get a sub as the judge on call, and ends up signing one warrant after another for David; Maxine's search for an apartment goes poorly, and the attempts of a co-worker and Stu's mother to be helpful only make things worse; Amy's pre-wedding jitters turn into a full scale panic attack as the ceremony begins; realizing that she doesn't want to marry Stu, she calls the wedding off; later that evening, Vincent tells Amy that Carole has left him for her oncologist.moreless

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SUBMIT REVIEW
    Dan Futterman

    Dan Futterman

    Vincent Gray

    Guest Star

    Alicia Coppola

    Alicia Coppola

    Danielle Casey

    Guest Star

    George DiCenzo

    George DiCenzo

    Frank Barr

    Guest Star

    Reed Diamond

    Reed Diamond

    Stuart Collins

    Recurring Role

    Timothy Omundson

    Timothy Omundson

    Sean Potter

    Recurring Role

    Adrian Pasdar

    Adrian Pasdar

    David McClaren

    Recurring Role

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • The definition of felony murder in Connecticut is: "A person is guilty of murder when, acting either alone or with one or more persons, he commits or attempts to commit (an underlying felony -- in this case, robbery) and, in the course of and in furtherance of such crime or of flight therefrom, he, or another participant, if any, causes the death of a person other than one of the participants.'' Since the murder victim was one of the participants of the crime and his death was caused by a non-participant in the crime (the robbery victim), the felony murder charge in this case is improper.

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    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • The title of this episode, "Kilt Trip," is a play on words. The allusion is to the term guilt trip, which is when one person can make another person feel guilty about doing (or not doing) something. Amy certainly was on her way of making Vincent go on a guilt trip for not attending her wedding.

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