Judging Amy: Season 3 (2001 - 2002)


Season 3
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Air date: Sep 25, 2001

Lawyer Stuart Collins (Reed Diamond) has a heart attack while arguing with Amy, who has a change of heart towards him when she comes to the hospital and learns that he has no visitors. Meanwhile, Maxine works with a couple whose adopted daughter poses a threat to their biological daughter. Roger Krauss: Conor O'Farrell. Leslie: Holliston Coleman. Vincent: Dan Futterman.

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Air date: Oct 2, 2001

Amy is overwhelmed by the pressures of work, home and her love life when she suspects a trial lawyer of gold-digging; fears her mother is missing; and accepts a coffee date with Stuart (Reed Diamond). Meanwhile, Vincent discovers a suspicious lump in Carole's breast, which to his dismay she ignores. Carole: Sara Mornell. Maxine: Tyne Daly. Lauren: Karle Warren.

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Air date: Oct 9, 2001

When not entertaining the idea of making love to Stuart (Reed Diamond), Judge Amy considers a couple of complicated cases, one involving a gang-banger; the other a teenage day trader. Elsewhere, Maxine rearranges her busy schedule to help an 11-year-old find her dog; and Donna launches a one-woman campaign to make Vincent's novel a commercial success. Sean: Timothy Omundson. Bruce: Richard T. Jones. Vincent: Dan Futterman.

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Air date: Oct 16, 2001

Judge Amy must rule on the fate of conjoined twins and hears the case of a 15-year-old girl who wishes to be emancipated from her parents, so that she can be with her 20-year-old boyfriend. Jared (Richard Crenna) proposes making his relationship with Maxine more permanent before business takes him away to China; Carole (Sara Mornell) pushes Vincent away after learning a lump in her breast is malignant. Donna: Jillian Armenante. Fran: Erika Alexander. Bruce: Richard T. Jones.

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Air date: Oct 23, 2001

Maxine is on the verge of losing all she holds dear after Vincent elopes to Las Vegas and Sanctuary House workers are caught taking the law into their own hands. Elsewhere, Amy must decide whether two teenage girls are legally responsible for a classmate's suicide; while Bruce tests the merits of his Gun 101 program. Judge Keeler: Rene Auberjonois. Fran: Erika Alexander. Peggy: Anne Schedeen. Sean: Timothy Omundson. Jonathan: Mitch Longley.

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Air date: Oct 30, 2001

Plans for Vincent's wedding-bon voyage party are underway as Maxine returns to work full-time at DCF; Amy rules on whether to modify a joint-custody order so that one parent can take a better-paying job in Paris. Elsewhere, Bruce comes to the aid of the mother of a child with cerebral palsy, while Donna busily prepares to play William Shakespeare at the community theater. Vincent: Dan Futterman. Sue Morelock: Valerie Mahaffey. Sean: Timothy Omundson. Robert: Inny Clemons. Lauren: Karle Warren. Gillian: Jessica Tuck.

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Air date: Nov 6, 2001

Sensing her life is a mess, Amy asks Bruce for a good-looking distraction: his friend, Larry. At work, she's occupied with the case of a woman who breast-feeds her 6-year-old son. Also: Maxine goes to bat for an unhappy spelling-bee champ; and Gillian panics over getting Ned into an exclusive preschool. Alice-Jane: Natasha Melnick. James-Earl: Vyto Ruginis. Larry: Mauricio Mendoza. Mrs. Mattingly: Deborah Theaker. Janice: Maria McCann.

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Air date: Nov 20, 2001

Maxine's long-absent nephew (Kevin Rahm) comes to her for help in getting his life back on the right track after he's kicked out of medical school for drug abuse. This doesn't sit well with Amy, who finds her cousin extremely untrustworthy. Elsewhere, Donna (Jillian Armenante) is left to fill Bruce's shoes when he's called upon to investigate a probation violation involving a former gang kid and his racist parole officer. Lonnie Gage: Markus Flanagan. Duncan: Ulysses Cuadra. ASA Bonham: Carolyn McCormick.

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Air date: Nov 27, 2001

Amy questions her ability to judge after three teens she sentenced to community service are killed on the job, while Maxine has her hands full with a 40-year-old mystery involving the remains of a baby found underneath a wall owned by three spinster sisters. Also: Kyle settles into a new job at a fast-food burger joint and into his new digs at the Gray home. Shelly: Sandra Oh. Allison Loomis: Alice Hirson. Celia: Rutanya Alda. Violet: Melinda Dillon. Bradshaw: Scott Bryce. Kyle: Kevin Rahm.

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Air date: Dec 11, 2001

Amy's day goes from bad to worse when Lauren asks if "cheating" was the reason for her divorce, and then Judge Keeler (Rene Auberjonois) asks to observe her at work. Maxine, meanwhile, enlists Kyle's expertise in the case of a 14-year-old boy (Josh Zuckerman) with low self-esteem. Sean: Timothy Omundson. Alissa Rafaello: Netfa Perry. Elias Kelikidis: Michael Constantine. Steve Bolaris: Michael Malota. Letita Sitz: Niecy Nash. Bruce: Richard T. Jones. Kimberly: Alice Dodd. Kyle: Kevin Rahm.

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Daly and Brenneman [deliver] fine acting that rescues sometimes cliched material.

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