Judging Amy

Season 4 Episode 4

The Frozen Zone

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Aired Tuesday 10:00 PM Oct 22, 2002 on CBS
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Amy presides over the custody hearing of a boy whose mother died in the collapse of the World Trade Center; an old friend offers Kyle a job with a pharmaceutical company, and Maxine counteroffers with the job of heading the Center; Amy relandscapes her new home and accidently throws out Ethel, the antique heirloom rosebush Maxine's grandmother brought over from Ireland in 1889; after initially spurning her offer, Bruce agrees to speak at Zola's press conference for convicted felons; and Maxine helps Sean over some rough spots as Eric's foster father.moreless

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  • Amy has to decide who gets cusodity of a boy whose mother died on sept. 11.

    9.3
    I thought that this was a very good and at the same time it was also very sad episode. I felt really bad for the family that was in Amy's court because they lost someone in their family on Sept. 11 and i felt really bad for the little boy Danny because he lost his mother and father and grandmother is fighting over him telling him different things about the day his mother died. I thought that it was really sad that Amy throw out her mother's rose bush which was passed down from generation to generation in her family. I thought that Maxine was to upset by the rose bush incident but I was happy that Amy got another rose bush from the same people that the orignal rose bush came from.moreless
Karl Bury

Karl Bury

Sam Zamero

Guest Star

Joanna Miles

Joanna Miles

Carolyn O'Brien

Guest Star

Tony Crane

Tony Crane

Roger

Guest Star

Kathryne Dora Brown

Kathryne Dora Brown

Zola Knox

Recurring Role

Timothy Omundson

Timothy Omundson

Sean Potter

Recurring Role

Blake Bashoff

Blake Bashoff

Eric Black

Recurring Role

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