Judging Amy

Season 6 Episode 9

Silent Era

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Aired Tuesday 10:00 PM Jan 11, 2005 on CBS
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Silent Era
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High-school student Graciela Reyes is brought to Amy's courtroom for violating her parole, but it is soon uncovered that the reason for this is that her mother has moved to Gautamala along with her two brothers, leaving Graciela behind; Meanwhile, the Gray family rallies around Maxine after she is forced to have open-heart surgery after she suffers a second heart attack during a visit to the cardiologist; Sean locates Anthony Bird, who is living with a family who had recently adopted him.moreless

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SUBMIT REVIEW
    Amy Brenneman

    Amy Brenneman

    Amy Madison Gray

    Dan Futterman

    Dan Futterman

    Vincent Gray (Episodes 1-51, 117- )

    Richard T. Jones

    Richard T. Jones

    Bruce Van Exel

    Jessica Tuck

    Jessica Tuck

    Gillian Gray

    Marcus Giamatti

    Marcus Giamatti

    Peter Gray

    Karle Warren

    Karle Warren

    Lauren Cassidy

    Stuart Fratkin

    Stuart Fratkin

    Peyton Burnside

    Guest Star

    Jesse Burch

    Jesse Burch

    Ruben Bauer

    Guest Star

    Kate Burton

    Kate Burton

    Dr. Sheri Jordan

    Guest Star

    Cheech Marin

    Cheech Marin

    Ignacio Messina

    Recurring Role

    Jim Parsons

    Jim Parsons

    Rob Holbrook

    Recurring Role

    Tara Correa-McMullen

    Tara Correa-McMullen

    Graciela Reyes

    Recurring Role

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      • Goof: It was previously stated in season one that Edward died of a heart attack, when Vincent was in high school. Vincent's speech in this episode makes it sound like he had cancer and was sick for many years, when Vincent was a young child.

      • Tara Correa-McMullen, the actress who plays Graciela Reyes, was shot and killed a few monthes after the show ended.

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    • ALLUSIONS (2)

      • The title of this episode, "Silent Era," is an allusion to an era in movie making before movies had sound. The silent film era is sometimes referred to as the "Age of the Silver Screen" and reached its peaked in the 1920's.

      • Donna alludes to the Teletubbies, when she asks Holbrook: "Did you file my message under Dipsy green, or Tinky Winky purple?"

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