Judging Amy

Season 3 Episode 18

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Aired Tuesday 10:00 PM Mar 26, 2002 on CBS
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When a teenager whom neither parent wanted and Amy placed in a locked facility escapes and comes into D.C.F. with bruises she says were caused by abuse at the facility, Maxine's decision to have her returned to the facility leads to tragedy; Amy attends the tenth reunion of her Harvard Law School class and is disheartened by how petty, mean-spirited, and sleazy her former law school best friends have become, until Barry shows up unexpectedly as her white knight and saves the day; Michael makes it obvious that he is still attracted to Amy, and expresses regret over their divorce and his marriage to Leisha; Maxine scoffs when Sean has all the files computerized, but changes her tune when he swiftly downloads information which helps them identify and locate a suicidal teenager.moreless

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  • This is one of only a handful of episodes that made me laugh out loud!

    8.5
    Usually, there is something on every episode of this show that either makes me cry or at least get that little catch in my throat. This is not one of those episodes.

    Amy goes to the tenth reunion of her law school graduation. She meets up with her old friends from law school and her ex-husband. Her friends, for the most part, have turned into stereotypical lawyer types. They put Amy down for being a juvenile court judge, for living at home with her mother, and they put her picture on the board of deceased classmates. Amy finally has had enough, packs her stuff preparing to leave and tells them off. Just then, her boyfriend, Barry, shows up to give her the news that she has been chosen to chair an important juvenile justice committee. Amy's classmates are consumate brown-nosers and try, unsuccessfully, to suck up to Barry. He very adeptly puts them all in their places and he and Amy head upstairs.

    After making love, they are laying in the bed and Barry starts singing, "Annie's Song," by John Denver, at the top of his lungs. Amy hesitates and then joins in. Michael, Amy's ex, walks by the room and hears them singing. It was the cherry on the sundae to see the look on his fat, smug, fat face!moreless
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Robert Mailhouse

David Humboldt

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James Patrick Stuart

James Patrick Stuart

Charles Manners

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Gretchen German

Gretchen German

Elise Rolfsten

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Richard Burgi

Richard Burgi

Michael Cassidy

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Timothy Omundson

Timothy Omundson

Sean Potter

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Inny Clemons

Inny Clemons

Robert Clifton

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