Judging Amy/Imbroglio

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Season 3, Episode 7
Airdate November 6, 2001
Written by Robert Girardi
Directed by Daniel Sackheim
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Imbroglio is the seventh episode of the third season of Judging Amy, and the fifty-second episode overall.

Guest Stars: Inny Clemons (Robert Clifton), Timothy Omundson (Sean Potter), Alice Dodd (Kimberly Fallon), Steve Blackwood (Detective Leon), Ray Abramsohn (Martin Sawyer), John Pyper-Ferguson, Betsy Brandt, Maria McCann (Janice), Bahni Turpin (Carmen Devere), Deborah Theaker (Mrs. Mattingly), Steven Pierce (Mr. Mattingly), Christopher Paul Hart (moderator), Mauricio Mendoza (Larry), Vyto Ruginis (James-Earl Kovac), Natasha Melnick (Alice-Jane Kovac)


Plot Overview

Maxine tries to help out a teenage girl who took a drug overdose whose father appears to be quite controlling; Amy presides over the cases of a couple who disagrees over sending their 22-month-old daughter to speech therapy and a woman who is still breastfeeding her 6-year-old son; Amy goes out on a date with Bruce's friend, Larry and is surprised when she learns that Larry is a priest; meanwhile, Gillian obsesses over getting Ned into preschool.


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