Judging Amy

Season 5 Episode 8

The Long Goodbye

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Aired Tuesday 10:00 PM Nov 11, 2003 on CBS
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The Long Goodbye
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Back in Hartford after a few days in Maui to collect herself, Amy is faced with returning a room full of wedding presents, dealing with friends and family who can't resist commenting on her train wreck of a life, and trying to reach an ex-fiance who refuses to speak with her; a reluctant Kyle, saddled with the job of firing one of the nurses, ends up being threatened with a lawsuit after bungling the job; realizing that her recent career change is a bad fit, Amy returns to juvenile court and presides over the case of feuding teenagers who have been spurred on by their mothers; Maxine is at a loss in dealing with a teenager who is angry about being removed from an abusive foster home; Donna inadvertently keeps interrupting Bruce's attempts to explain why he missed Amy's wedding.moreless

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    Eddie Jones

    Eddie Jones

    Judge Wells

    Guest Star

    William Charlton

    William Charlton

    Carl Blankenship

    Guest Star

    Angela Gots

    Angela Gots

    Paulina Vestova

    Guest Star

    Jay R. Ferguson

    Jay R. Ferguson

    Todd Hooper

    Recurring Role

    Timothy Omundson

    Timothy Omundson

    Sean Potter

    Recurring Role

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • This was the last episode aired on TNT. On August 31, 2007, TNT aired Judging Amy for the last time. They are removing the show for it's new fall daytime line-up which will not include Judging Amy.

    • QUOTES (1)

      • Maxine: Here's how the world works, Amy. You can leave a man at the altar, or you can have him like you. You can't have both.

    • NOTES (1)

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • The allusion in the title of this episode is to a movie by the same title which starred Elliot Gould. "The Long Goodbye" holds up a mirror to the culture of the Hollywood lifestyle in the 1970s. The film is "a study of a moral and decent man cast adrift in a selfish, self-obsessed society where lives can be thrown away without a backward glance...and any notions of friendship and loyalty are meaningless."

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