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Review Webposted Sep 13, 2002
by: Kay Kellam
Where were we...
It's time for the new season to begin -- and that means time to recall where we last left these characters. So, with the help of the official voice of CBS the answer is:
MUST FACE THE REPERCUSSIONS OF MOVING OUT, IN
THE THIRD-SEASON FINALE OF "JUDGING AMY," (being
rebroadcast TUESDAY, SEPT. 17)
"Come Back Soon" -- After moving out, Amy must face the
consequences of her actions, on a rebroadcast of the third-season finale of
JUDGING AMY, Tuesday, Sept. 17 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television
Network. (Originally broadcast on
Now that Amy's living situation has changed, her ex-husband Michael has a good case to challenge Lauren's current custody arrangements. Meanwhile, Amy and Bruce's professional future together is in jeopardy when the ruling on his case comes in. Also, Jared (Richard Crenna) and Maxine reconnect now that he's back in Hartford, which results in Maxine making two very important decisions about her life.
Gray Amy Brenneman
Maxine Gray....... Tyne Daly
Kyle McCarty.... Kevin Rahm Lauren Cassidy.. Karle Warren
Bruce Van Exel Richard T. Jones Peter Gray........... Marcus Giamatti
Gillian Gray.... Jessica Tuck Donna Kozlowski............... Jillian Armenante
Ian Jankowski..... Christopher Liam Moore
Jared Duff Richard Crenna Louise Rodericks........... Carolyn Hennesy
Sean Potter........... Timothy Omundson Stan Wharton..... Christopher Allport
Denise Wharton. Amanda Wyss Colleen Wharton Rachel Wilson
So, what's my take on all this???
It seems that this show is fond of ending each season with a story line that means any and all actors can leave the show if they like. We have no promises that Bruce Van Exel will return this season -- which is a crying shame because he is one of the highlights of the show! He can convey more with a simple look than many actors can convey with 20 pages of dialogue! He knows his character inside and out -- and knows his relationship with all the other characters so well that when he looks at Amy we know exactly what he wants to tell her because his eyes are speaking volumes for him.
So many actors are rumored to count lines and worry they don't have enough dialogue, this is a man who can steal the show with one sentence -- heck, two words from him can steal the show! So I hope that these season enders that gives every actor the choice to return or not are being done because the production company wants to keep their actors happy -- but not because they are willing to let Richard T. Jones and his equally talented cast mates drift away from us!
Kellam, 2001 for PopArtsPlace.com
Prior to having her first novel, A Life to Di For, published author Kay Kellam enjoyed a variety of jobs that helped to shape her outlook on the world, and her profession. more...