Judging Amy: Season 2 (2000 - 2001)


Season 2
Judging Amy

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Air date: Oct 10, 2000

Amy tries to deal with the deadly consequences of her ruling in a custody battle involving one of Vincent's friends, and the allegations of impropriety against her and Bruce (Richard T. Jones), while Maxine is doing her best to avoid bonding with baby Ned. Judith Fleming: Christine Ashe. Ben Fleming: Mark Sopa. Mark: Ron Marasco. Robert Clifton: Inny Clemons. Donna: Jillian Armenante. Gillian: Jessica Tuck. Peter: Marcus Giamatti. Lauren: Karle Warren.

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Air date: Oct 24, 2000

After Amy learns that the investigation into her relationship with Bruce has been dropped, she demands his return to her court, which doesn't sit well with the CSO. Later, Amy has words with a dad (Tom Gallop) during one of Lauren's soccer games. Lolly: Colleen Flynn. Sean Potter: Timothy Omundson. Judge Faraday: Granville Van Dusen. Patrice: Suanne Spoke. Jacob Thacker: Curtis Blanck. Det. North: James Newman. Vincent: Dan Futterman. Bruce: Richard T. Jones. Lauren: Karle Warren.

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Air date: Oct 31, 2000

Amy must deal with a clergyman (Basil Wallace) with an "affection for the spotlight" in a case involving the death of a black teen; Vincent tries to recall his conversation with Russell on the day of the explosion after a visit from Russell's mom (Peggy McCay); and Maxine teaches her first birth-control class. Lolly: Colleen Flynn. Sean Potter: Timothy Omundson. Nick: Ted Marcoux. Len Mildmay: David Marciano. Scott Zomber: Arye Gross. Gregory Dox: Jon Foster.

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Air date: Nov 14, 2000

Amy hears a high-profile paternity case that involves a dead billionaire with big-name attorneys, and worries about the negative impact it could have on her career; Peter questions whether he should have adopted Ned after he ignores a colleague's racial remark; Maxine confronts a former friend (Elizabeth Franz) whom she had a falling out with 15 years earlier. Lolly: Colleen Flynn. Sean Potter: Timothy Omundson. Len Mildmay: David Marciano. Dr. Cecil Bellamy: Ben Siegler.

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Air date: Nov 21, 2000

After their home is vandalized, Maxine must look at how she manages her anger, while Amy is forced to confront a detective (Dan Hedaya) who's "not in her league." Later, Amy hears a case involving a maimed hockey player (Ryan Janis); and Vincent takes a tour of a hospital's birthing facilities. Maxine: Tyne Daly. Vincent: Dan Futterman. Gillian: Jessica Tuck.

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Air date: Nov 28, 2000

Amy is shocked when Lauren announces that she's going to be a flower girl---at Leesha (Jennifer Westfeldt) and Michael's wedding; Maxine receives an unexpected visit at home from Jared (Richard Crenna); Vincent is invited to read his short stories on public radio. Meanwhile, Amy hears a case involving a recovering alcoholic who wants her son back.

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Air date: Dec 5, 2000

Amy hears a case involving a former cult member (Megan Henning) who fears that her parents, who are still members, are planning to marry off her 11-year-old sister; Vincent writes an article stating that foster care is "a noble failure"; Maxine is called to be a witness for the prosecution in a case involving a teen (Hallee Hirsh) who shot her stepfather. Carole: Sara Mornell. Jane Holcomb: Suzie Plakson. Mike Holcomb: Harry Groener. Thelma Ryan: Mimi Liever. Len Mildmay: David Marciano. Judge Bromell: John Beasley. Don Russell: Jay Karnes.

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Air date: Dec 19, 2000

Amy worries about Maxine after she shows little emotion over the death of Socrates, and even less when Donna (Jillian Armanante) delivers her baby in a rented water-birth tub in the Gray's living room. Sheila Townsend: Jill Eikenberry. Carole: Sara Mornell. Sean Potter: Timothy Omundson. ASA Perkins: Jane Lynch. Nick Dobson: Brian Poth. Tish Whitlock: Elizabeth Ruscio. Camille: Jane Fleiss. Maxine: Tyne Daly. Vincent: Dan Futterman.

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Air date: Jan 9, 2001

Amy's daily battle to help good triumph over evil includes persuading some judges to volunteer a few of their Saturdays to finalize long-delayed adoptions, and hearing a case to determine whether an exorcism can be performed on a teen. Meanwhile, Oscar reveals a crushing truth to Donna after he sees their baby; and Maxine proposes opening a facility devoted to dealing with cases of child abuse. Carole: Sara Mornell. Judge Faraday: Granville Van Dusen. Jarred: Richard Crenna. Jim Southam: Allan Rich. Allan Kroft: Scott Allan Campbell.

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Air date: Jan 16, 2001

Just as Peter and Gillian prepare to adopt Ned, Ned's biological mother, Evie (Samantha Shelton), unexpectedly appears. Also: Amy starts dating Lauren's karate teacher (Tom Welling); Vincent must decide whether to pursue a story on the juvenile justice system that would incriminate Amy's boss; and Maxine tries to get a teen's adoption finalized before the girl turns 18. Landsdown: Debra Mooney. Judge Pattison: Aloma Wright. Carole: Sara Mornell. Alice: Annie LaRussa. Jess: J. Steven Markus.

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Critic Reviews for Judging Amy Season 2

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There's a place on TV, I suppose, for a drama like this soft-focus Amy Brenneman vehicle, but it is certainly nowhere near the avant-garde, or even the current garde.

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