Judging Amy
Shaken, Not Stirred

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Shaken, Not Stirred

Dylan takes the stand and tells the story of what happened the day Baby Molly died. His story matches his mother's perfectly, right down to the mention that he was watching Rugrats, his favourite show. The lawyer for the Shepherd family asks where the baby was when Dylan went to get her. Dylan says she was in her crib. Shepherd Lawyer asks Dylan to demonstrate how he shook the baby. Dylan does so and looks at his mother. Judge Amy asks Dylan how he reached into the crib. Dylan doesn't understand. Judge Amy asks if he lifted Molly out from above or from the side. Dylan is confused. He repeats his story word for word that he was watching Rugrats, his favourite show, and Molly wouldn't stop crying. Bruce looks suspiciously at the mother, who looks uncomfortable. Judge Amy tells Dylan he already told her the story but she wants to know how he got his sister out of the crib. Dylan is quiet and then tells her he forgot. Mr. Shepherd give his wife a strange look. Judge Amy looks pissed and the lawyer for the defence asks for a recess. Judge Amy says, "Yeah, this court's in recess until tomorrow morning. Counsel, I'd like to see you in my chambers." In her chambers, Judge Amy tells the lawyers that the boy has obviously been coached and that his statement in the brief is almost identical to the mother's. She tells them she thinks Dylan is covering for one of his parents. The lawyer for the prosecution reminds Judge Amy, "Dylan admitted to the crime, Your Honour." Judge Amy tells him she's "well aware of that," and that she'll have her verdict tomorrow. Both lawyers look mystified and leave. Bruce asks Judge Amy what she's going to do. "Even if one of the parents did do it, it's not like they're going to confess," he tells her. Amy nods and doesn't say anything.

Surprise, surprise, Vincent is talking to Shrink about the fact that he doesn't think he's going to pursue Lisa. "Sounds like you two have a lot in common," Shrink says. "Yeah, if you count irritability, depression, insomnia, flashbacks, outbursts of anger, but beyond that...." Vincent shrugs as he trails off. Shrink asks him if he's just looking for a reason not to be involved in a relationship and commitment. Vincent asks why he would say that. Shrink says it's an issue they've talked about already. "That has nothing to do with the fact that I got shot," Vincent says. "Exactly, just because you have a new issue doesn't mean the old ones have gone away," Shrink tells him. Vincent says, "Oh, so this isn't Post Traumatic Stress, this has to do with not allowing myself what I really want." Shrink says it's a little of both, possibly. Vincent says he doesn't think it's a good time for him to be involved with anybody. Shrink asks when a good time would be. Vincent tells him when he can get the nerve up to call Jessica up and ask her out for a Cream Soda at the drugstore. But beyond that, he doesn't have an answer for Shrink.

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