Judging Amy

Season 3 Episode 12

Who Shot Dick?

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Aired Tuesday 10:00 PM Jan 08, 2002 on CBS
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After her brother Richard arrives in town looking for his son, Maxine initially refuses to put him in touch with Kyle, but later relents; in the process of helping Donna with her estate planning, Peter and Gillian agree to become Ariadne's guardian should something happen to Donna; as Maxine quarrels with Richard about the event that caused them not to speak for twelve years, it becomes apparent that Maxine blames her brother for Edward's early death; Bruce and Andrea hit it off during a play date for their daughters, and later go out on a date; Kyle refuses his father's offer to bail him out of his troubles; Maxine works to help a father regain visitation rights to his teenaged son; Kyle and Amy continue their discussion about the events that caused a rift in their relationship and find that they share responsibility and guilt for the events of that night; a young surrogate mother pregnant with twins who has no interest in keeping the babies comes before Amy in the middle of a custody dispute between her parents, who want custody of both babies, and the father of the babies and his wife, who only want one child; the Keeler investigation and Amy's possible removal from the bench are resolved in Amy's favor.moreless

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    Parker Stevenson

    Parker Stevenson

    Andrew Picarol

    Guest Star

    Jack Hallett

    Jack Hallett

    Mr. Hentzel

    Guest Star

    Kimberly McCullough

    Kimberly McCullough

    Melissa Johnston

    Guest Star

    Nia Long

    Nia Long

    Andrea Solomon

    Recurring Role

    Inny Clemons

    Inny Clemons

    Robert Clifton

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    Rhyon Nicole Brown

    Rhyon Nicole Brown

    Rebecca Van Exel

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    • QUOTES (11)

      • Kyle: Amy, I remember that night too.
        Amy: How could you possibly? You were stoned out of your gourd.

      • Tamara Cranston: People don't change.
        Maxine: If that were true, my job would be a lot easier.

      • Richard: I made my own way in this world.
        Maxine: The hell you did, Daddy sent you to medical school by the time it was my turn there was nothing left.
        Richard: You went to college.
        Maxine: I worked three jobs. I didn't pay off those loans till 1967. You were his hope, I was his after-thought. My God Richard. I don't want to go over this again.
        Richard: None of this is justification for keeping me from my son.
        Maxine: Edward was dead at 55.
        Richard: He's my son Maxine!
        Maxine: He's an adult. No one forced his hand. You're making things worse.

      • Richard: (regarding Kyle) Teaching him the fine art of holding a grudge are we?
        Maxine: No, the lost art of learning from the past, you know the whole doomed to repeat it thing?

      • Maxine: I have a good memory.
        Richard: Your blessing and your curse.
        Maxine: It's always been a fine line.

      • Maxine: Insomniacs don't sleep at all. You were snoring during the Ten O'clock news.

      • Peter: I've been reading Robin Hood to Ned.
        Kyle: Steal from the rich and give to the poor? You're the quasi-communist Peter.

      • Judge Keeler: Beware of false profits.

      • Andrea: Guillotines are clean. Martyrs are messy. (She pauses and looks at Bruce) So, you work for Amy Gray.

      • Andrea:(To Bruce) I guess it is true that it takes a village or at least an English nanny to raise a child.

      • Kyle: Maxine, pack up your troubles, Donna's potatoes are here.

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    • ALLUSIONS (2)

      • Andrea said to Bruce, "I guess it is true that it takes a village or at least an English nanny to raise a child." This is an allusion to Hillary Rodham Clinton and her book titled, It Takes a Village. The book was published in 1996.

      • The title of this episode "Who Shot Dick?" is an allusion to a very highly watched episode of the TV series Dallas. The title of this episode was "Who Shot JR?" JR Ewing was played by Larry Hagman, who was the son of Mary Martin.

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