Judging Amy: Season 4 (2002 - 2003)


Season 4
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Air date: Oct 1, 2002

Amy attends mediation sessions with her ex-husband, Michael (Richard Burgi), who's continuing his bid to win custody of Lauren. Maxine, meanwhile, resumes work at DCF with the investigation of a missing 3-year-old girl, and makes her decision regarding Jared's marriage proposal. Also, Bruce gives Amy the cold shoulder. Kyle: Kevin Rahm. Peter: Marcus Giamatti. Gillian: Jessica Tuck. Jared: Richard Crenna.

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Air date: Oct 8, 2002

The parents of a sexually active mentally disabled 17-year-old (Lynsey Bartilson) come before Amy to request control of their daughter's reproductive rights. Elsewhere, Amy visits her alleged stalker, who's behind bars; Maxine investigates possible excessive use of force by a police officer during the apprehension of a teenage gang member; and Kyle's chastised by his sponsor for not sticking with the recovery program. Martin: Bruce Weitz. Ronnie Thayer: Patrick Renna. Zola Knox: Kathryne Dora Brown.

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Air date: Oct 15, 2002

Amy is glad to see Bruce back on the job as her CSO, but far less joyful is the case of a mishandled adoption that resulted in a boy being kept from his birth mother for 10 years. Maxine, meanwhile, is at odds with Peter over whether to sell her house. She's also trying to help a troubled foster kid (Zane Holtz) build his "turtlebot." In other happenings, Lauren has her heart set on becoming a cheerleader; and Kyle asks Amy for a letter of reference. Lucy Parnell: Alyson Croft. Jean Collins: Lisa Blount. Martin: Bruce Weitz.

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Air date: Oct 22, 2002

Amy deals with a custody case involving an 8-year-old whose mother died at the World Trade Center on Sept. 11. Elsewhere, Maxine's upset over a missing rosebush she called Ethel; Bruce is asked to speak at a press conference for convicted felons; Sean waits for his paternal instincts to kick in; and Kyle is offered a job selling drugs for a pharmaceutical company. Eric: Blake Bashoff. Zola Knox: Kathryne Dora Brown. Winnie: Lanai Chapman. Carolyn: Joanna Miles. Sam: Karl Bury. Roger: Tony Crane.

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Air date: Oct 29, 2002

Amy has a security system installed at home, but further safeguards are needed to protect her from stalker Jason Lobdel (Oz Perkins), who shows up at the courthouse wanting to apologize. Elsewhere, Maxine feels that bruising on a teen's back is evidence of child abuse by the youngster's grandfather; and Kyle has difficulty canceling a job interview at what he considers is "the worst teaching hospital in Connecticut." Zola Knox: Kathryne Dora Brown. Martin: Bruce Weitz. Peter: Marcus Giamatti. Gillian: Jessica Tuck.

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Air date: Nov 5, 2002

Amy struggles to push her stalker out of her mind as she hears the case of a high-school teacher allegedly raped by a student, who claims they were having consensual sex. Also, Kyle unhappily takes on nonmedical duties during his first days at St. Michael's Hospital, while Maxine tries to locate the mother of an abandoned newborn. Jason Lobdel: Jack Noseworthy. Dr. Lily Reddicker: Kristin Lehman. Rosalie Leavitt: Melora Hardin. Sean: Timothy Omundson.

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Air date: Nov 12, 2002

Amy feels more secure after Bruce asks a police detective (Brad Henke) to be on the watch for Jason Lobdel. In the courtroom, she's troubled by a child-pornography case in which the 12-year-old victim is put on trial. Elsewhere, Maxine worries about becoming a billionaire's wife and frets about a woman who disregards a restraining order against her abusive husband. Jared: Richard Crenna. Heather: Sarah Danielle Madison.

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Air date: Nov 19, 2002

Amy's ruling in a bomb-scare case involving a boy accused of planting a false explosive device on school grounds is complicated by the fact that he was born in Afghanistan. Elsewhere, Kyle butts heads with Lily (Kristin Lehman) over how to treat a dying homeless woman; and Maxine fumes when Kimberly (Alice Dodd) uses a child as a bargaining chip to win her job back. Dorothea Mitchell: Veronica Cartwright. Matty: Miles Marsico. Anthony Cangiano: Erik Palladino. Sean: Timothy Omundson. Eric: Blake Bashoff.

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Air date: Nov 26, 2002

As Amy and Maxine struggle to get life back to normal in the aftermath of the clash between Jason Lobdel and Eric, Amy hears the case of four teens accused of gang rape. Maxine, meanwhile, accepts Jared's proposal to move their wedding up to a much earlier date. Also, Zola Knox (Kathryne Dora Brown) asks Bruce to spend a Saturday afternoon together raising political awareness. Jared: Richard Crenna. Charles: William Ragsdale. Eric: Blake Bashoff. Stuart Falsey: Robert Foxworth. Eliza: Amy Halloran.

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Air date: Dec 10, 2002

Amy must decide whether a 6-year-old girl was coerced into making sexual-abuse allegations against her father, and worries when Michael (Richard Burgi) stops mediation in their custody dispute. Elsewhere, Donna spends several days observing Maxine at work, and Kyle is taken aback when his mother and sister show up at the hospital wanting to talk. Diane McCarty: Barbara Babcock. Susie: Johanna Day. Lily: Kristin Lehman. Lauren: Karle Warren.

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Critic Reviews for Judging Amy Season 4

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Daly and Gless deliver top-notch performances, as their characters' personalities and professional agendas harmoniously and acrimoniously blend.

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