What I Like About You: Season 2 (2003)
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What I Like About You: Season 2 (2003)

TV-14 22 Episodes
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Episodes:
 
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  21 minutes
At a public relations firm, Val works closely with offbeat Lauren, but even in her position of respect, Val can't escape the occasional run-in with her acerbic but very attractive new boss, Peter.
 
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  21 minutes
Holly begins to feel stressed from juggling her schoolwork, job and friends and Henry feels the pain because Holly doesn't support him when he has his wisdom teeth pulled.
 
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  20 minutes
In order to help Val acquire her first client, author Judith Haven, since starting her own public relations firm, Holly reluctantly befriends Judith's troubled teenage daughter, Tina.
 
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  21 minutes
Now that Val has quit her job to start her own business, the girls need new office space. With few alternatives, Holly takes the initiative to visit Tina's wealthy former neighbor and convince him to rent the girls his beautiful loft in the city.
 
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  21 minutes
Holly is shocked to learn that Henry has already lost his virginity, and her decision to find out about his former girlfriend leads to some disturbing information. Meanwhile, Lauren devises a plan to get Val to relax and take a day off from work.
 
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  21 minutes
Val confronts Holly about neglecting Henry and spending too much time with cute messenger Vince. Holly reacts by pointing out Val's hypocrisy, and she challenges Val to examine her own feelings for Peter, her handsome former boss.
 
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  20 minutes
Holly's plans for a skiing weekend with Henry and their friends come to a halt when Tina and Cal end their relationship. Holly must decide if she should spend the weekend on the mountain or respect Tina's wishes and not go.
 
TV-14
  21 minutes
When Vince arranges for Holly and Tina to go to a band rehearsal, Holly becomes caught in a series of lies. She must make up a story after Henry finds out that she got front-row seats to a concert by his favorite band.
 
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  21 minutes
Holly thinks she's ready to tell Henry that she loves him, but she hesitates after she considers her lingering feelings for Vince. Meanwhile, Val's first business trip out of New York City is surprising when Peter becomes her neighbor in the hotel.
 
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  21 minutes
Holly feels conflicted when Henry temporarily moves into Vince's apartment. When it appears that Tina is flirting with Vince, Holly must face her jealousy and figure out what and who she wants.
 
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  20 minutes
Holly searches the city for Henry after he ends their relationship when he overhears her confessing to Val that she is attracted to Vince. Holly's life becomes even more complicated when Vince find outs about Holly's secret feelings.
 
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  21 minutes
Holly comes close to destroying her friendship with Gary when she manipulates him into arranging a meeting with Henry, who is still upset with her because of her attraction to Vince.
 
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  21 minutes
After Vince is hit by a car, Holly visits him in the hospital, and they share their first kiss. However, they both realize that they can't date without hurting Henry's feelings.
 
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  21 minutes
Holly rushes to tell Vince that she saw Henry with another girl meaning that Holly and Vince can date without feeling guilty but her excitement turns to anger when she catches Vince in a compromising position.
 
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  21 minutes
Holly and Vince each have different ideas for celebrating Gary's birthday. However, their plans come to an abrupt halt when they discover that Gary's ex-girlfriend Jill is in town and has been lying to him for months.
 
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  21 minutes
Holly decides that dating a cute guy--who also happens to be Gary's boss will be a great opportunity to make Vince jealous. But Gary worries that Holly's scheme may cost him his job.
 
TV-14
  21 minutes
When Vince's grandfather dies, Holly travels upstate to comfort him then misinterprets his reaction to her thoughtfulness. Meanwhile, after Val's former boyfriend, Rick, has a near-death experience that gives him a deeper appreciation of life.
 
TV-14
  21 minutes
After skipping her admissions interview at Columbia University in order to spend time with Vince, Holly is shocked to learn that the next available interview is not for another year.
 
TV-14
  21 minutes
After Henry puts aside his own responsibilities to help Holly with her application for an internship in Paris, she begins to wonder if she made the right decision to end their relationship.
 
TV-14
  21 minutes
When Holly receives $2,000 from her grandmother for her 18th birthday, she decides to spend it all on a lavish hotel suite. Once again, Val becomes upset with Holly's lack of priorities and vows to teach her a lesson in responsibility.
 
TV-14
  21 minutes
Exasperated with all of the pre-prom fuss, her conflicting feelings towards Vince and Henry and her impending internship in Paris, Holly decides to host a stress-free "anti-prom" at the loft.
 
TV-14
  21 minutes
Holly is elated to be accepted for an internship in Paris, but when Henry and Vince each kiss her before she leaves, she knows the time has come to decide between them.
In this upbeat comedy's second season, sisters Holly and Valerie share a New York City loft, where Valerie runs a successful public relations firm with her quirky friend Lauren. While Holly tries to sort out her feelings for cute messenger boy Vince and b… View More
Genres Comedy
Director
Starring Amanda Bynes, Jennie Garth, Wesley Jonathan, Stephen Dunham View More
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Movie Summary

In this upbeat comedy's second season, sisters Holly and Valerie share a New York City loft, where Valerie runs a successful public relations firm with her quirky friend Lauren. While Holly tries to sort out her feelings for cute messenger boy Vince and boyfriend Henry, her new street-smart friend, Tina, and longtime pal Gary are there to help ride out all the crazy ups and downs.
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Movie Details

Genres Comedy
Starring Amanda Bynes, Jennie Garth, Wesley Jonathan, Stephen Dunham, Nick Zano, Michael McMillian, Leslie Grossman, Allison Munn
Studio Name Warner Bros.
Release Date 2003
VUDU Release Date 01/27/2012
Rating TV-14 About Ratings
Episodes 22 episodes
Language English

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