Judging Amy/The Wee Hours
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The Wee Hours is the sixteenth episode of the first season of Judging Amy, and the sixteenth episode overall.
Guest Stars: David Marciano (Len Mildmay), Wendy Makkena (Susie Nixon), Jillian Armenante (Donna Kozlowski), Caroline Aaron (Eloise Darling), Robin Bartlett (Roberta Orr), James Sutorius (Richard Acuff), Tommy Hinkley (Mr. Saunders), Caitlin Wachs (Grace Frame), Taylor Nichols (Tracy Carroll), Robert Kerbeck (Jack King), Liann Pattison (Mrs. Saunders), Biff Yeager (Hal Cherhoff), Allan Kolman (Gregor Travanin), Renee Ridgeley (Tara Rowen), Emily Wagner (Juanita Flippance), Daniel Reichert (Andy Klein), Andrew J. Ferchland (Danny King), Austin Wolff (Mark Saunders), Jill Brennan (Irene Frame), Jeffrey Scott Jensen (Murray Frame), Mark Chaet (Concerned Citizen), Mark Colson (Motorcycle Cop), Brandon Gatson (15 Year Old Boy), Frank Sharp (Jack McEachern), Taran Killam (Freddie Felleman), Samantha Smith (Nicola King), Jonathan Osser (11 Year Old Boy)
Amy suffers from insomnia and strange dreams while dealing with her custody battle with Michael; Maxine tries to determine the reason for a young boy's sleepwalking issues; in order to cure his writer's block, Vincent decides to do some reporting for a local newspaper; Amy precides over the case of a bitter custody battle and a teenage gymnast whose father believes that she is being "stunted"; Lauren tests Amy and Maxine's patience about having a later bedtime.
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