Judging Amy/Dog Days

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Dog Days
Season 2, Episode 7
Airdate December 5, 2000
Written by Karen Hall
Directed by James Hayman
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Dog Days is the seventh episode of the second season of Judging Amy, and the thirtieth episode overall.

Guest Stars: Sara Mornell (Carole Tobey), David Marciano (Len Mildmay), Timothy Omundson (Sean Potter), Megan Henning (Siobhan Riley), Hallee Hirsh (Jodi Larson), Suzie Plakson (Jane Holcomb), Harry Groener (Mike Holcomb), Mimi Lieber (Thelma Ryan), John Beasley (Judge Henry Bromell), Jay Karnes (Don Russell), Robert Katims (Mr. Campbell), William Salyers (Phil Dyer), Laura Jane Salvato (Denise Pruett), Christopher Birt (Brian Walker), Terry Urdang (Diane Gardner), Marcy Shelton (Vivian Riley), Dan Kinsella (Photographer)

Contents

Plot Overview

After Vincent writes an article criticizing the foster care system, Amy is not happy about it; Maxine is forced to testify in the trial of Jodi Larson (the little girl who shot her abusive stepfather); Bruce mediates a custody agreement between a couple and ends up writing a restraining order for a dog; meanwhile, Gillian tries to encourage the family to take a Christmas family portrait.

Notes

Arc Advancement

Happenings

Characters

Referbacks

Trivia

The Show

Behind the Scenes

Allusions and References

Memorable Moments

Quotes