Judging Amy

Season 6 Episode 18

Sorry I Missed You

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Aired Tuesday 10:00 PM Apr 05, 2005 on CBS
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Sorry I Missed You
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Amy oversees a case involving a 5-year-old girl who is at the center of a custody battle between the girl's 21-year-old half sister and their parents. During the custody hearing, Amy tries to get to the root of why the girl's half-sister feels so strongly about removing the child from her home. Meanwhile, Maxine tries to broker a deal between a foster and a biological mother of a young boy so that both can keep the child in their lives.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

    Marcus Giamatti

    Marcus Giamatti

    Peter Gray

    Karle Warren

    Karle Warren

    Lauren Cassidy

    Tyne Daly

    Tyne Daly

    Maxine Gray

    Robin Gammell

    Robin Gammell

    Judge Salinger

    Guest Star

    Hillary Tuck

    Hillary Tuck

    Jessica Zicklin

    Guest Star

    Angela Bullock

    Angela Bullock

    Amanda Foley

    Guest Star

    Tara Correa-McMullen

    Tara Correa-McMullen

    Graciela Reyes

    Recurring Role

    Jennifer Esposito

    Jennifer Esposito

    Crystal Turner

    Recurring Role

    Katherine La Nasa

    Katherine La Nasa

    Yvonne Dunbar

    Recurring Role

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      • "Sorry I Missed You," the title of this episode, is an allusion to the saying, 'sorry we missed you.' 'Sorry we missed you' conveys the same message as, 'while you were out.' Both phrases are used in marketing to get someone's attention.

      • Holbrook alludes to Greek Mythology, when he tells Amy, "Consider me your fleet-footed Hermes", after she asks him to report to her what happens at Graciela's trial.

      • Maxine alludes to the Broadway show/movie Grease, when she tells Lauren, who has just put pink highlights in her hair, "Hit the showers Frenchy, it's time for school".

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