Judging Amy/Unnecessary Roughness
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Unnecessary Roughness is the fifth episode of the second season of Judging Amy, and the twenty-eighth episode overall.
Guest Stars: Colleen Flynn (Lolly Wetzel), Timothy Omundson (Sean Potter), Dan Hedaya (Det. Tarnower), Ryan Janis (Andy Thomas), Adina Porter (Hospital Tour Guide), Brenden Jefferson (Terry Ventrella), Bari Hochwald (Damara Carruth), Tim Hodgin (Dr. Feltez), John Combs (Randall), Lisa Gould (Barbara), Stephanie Manglaras (Nicole), Michael Charles Rayner (Jim), Virginia Hamilton (Woman), Gerry Becker (Instructor), Andrew Bloch (Prosecutor), Jesse Head (David Shipp), Ann Dowd (Mrs. Schleewee), Hank Rogerson (Man), Justine Miceli (Ms. Bose)
The Gray house ends up being vandalized by a teenage boy and when Maxine catches him out of the house again, she ends up injuring the boy who was urinating in her car's gas tank; after offending the State Attorney about the Roseland preschool abuse case, Maxine ends up in an anger management class; Amy gets asked out on a date by the detective investigating the vandalizing of her home, but she gets upset when people tell her that he's "not in her league"; Amy precides over the case of a teenage boy accused of seriously injuring another male during a hockey game and tries to get Lauren into a class at school for gifted students.
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