What I Like About You

Season 4 Episode 11

Coming Home

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Aired Friday 8:00 PM Jan 27, 2006 on The WB
8.9
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Vic returns home after being maimed in a fire, and Val looks at him in a new light; Holly intervenes when it appears Vince's old girlfriend is looking to get him back when he starts work at her real estate firm.

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  • 411

    4.0
    A very anti-climactic episode of What I Like About You, especially after that huge cliffhanger. There wasn't even much of an explanation after Vic got in the accident, it just showed him in a bed throughout the episode, the least the writers could have done is put us through some suspense. This plot had the same dynamic it's had for the most part of the season. The tribulations of the relationships of Val & Vic, and Vince & Holly. Val can't go through what she went through again, being all worried, once she finds out Vic getting hurt is nothing out of the ordinary.





    Meanwhile Vince is loving his new real estate job, but Holly can tell that his co-worker, Robin is after him. A relationship plot about jealousy is not entertaining. Things are left up in the air when Holly agrees not to be at Vince's work again, once she finds out that Robin is trying to take Vince. This episode was solely focused on relationships, and the sister and group dynamic was off. Not great. The only development is Val & Vic finally being officially together.moreless
  • Vic comes home from the hospital, Val considers telling him her feelings towards him, and Holly gets jealous about Vince's partner.

    8.5
    This Robyn is really starting to grate on my nerves! I wish she would transfer or quit the real estate business or something! And I still can't believe that Holly is standing on the sidelines watching it all happen! And this deal she made with Robyn is going to be nothing but trouble! She's so stupid sometimes....Meanwhile, Val discovers she truly loves Vic. She gets scared though, because she doesn't want to worry about him getting hurt while fighting the fires. She tells Vic this, so he quits, and chooses Val, his true love, over his favorite job. It was really sweet, but I'm relieved Val came to her senses and told him to get the job back XDmoreless
  • Season 4, Episode 11.

    10
    This episode was so great. It was so cool with Val acting different, and Lauren wanted to touch her boobs. Haha! Vic was funny. Val can't talk because her lips are at work (drinking champagne) and Vic says that it's kinda like their wedding picture. LMAO! Holly gets Vince fired after making out with him in front of potential buyers. Holly will get Vince's job back if she never shows up at work again. Holly realizes that Robin is trying to steal Vince from her, and she says that it is go time. Robin says, "Then go," and Holly leaves. LMAO!moreless
  • Worries...

    9.0
    Vince has a great new job with good pay! He loves it, but Holly hates his new boss, Robyn. She flirts with him and Holly hates it. She goes to his work to check up on him, but she gets him fired. She and Robyn work out a deal and Robyn admits that she wants Vince. Vic is in bed with an injured pelvis. Val wants to tell him that she loves him, but after finding out that getting injured is a regular thing for a firefighter, she starts to worry about him. They share a special moment together and they both tell each other that they love each other.



    This episode was great! I liked it a lot! I like Val and Vic together and Holly and Vince together! I hate Robyn though. This episode gets a 9.0 out of 10 from me!moreless
Amanda Bynes

Amanda Bynes

Holly Tyler

Jennie Garth

Jennie Garth

Valerie Tyler

Wesley Jonathan

Wesley Jonathan

Gary Thorpe

Allison Munn

Allison Munn

Tina Haven (Season 2+)

Nick Zano

Nick Zano

Vince (Season 2+)

Leslie Grossman

Leslie Grossman

Lauren (Season 2+, recurring previously)

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