What I Like About You

Season 1 Episode 12

Girls Night Out

Aired Friday 8:00 PM Jan 24, 2003 on The WB
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Episode Summary

While Jeff is out of town, Holly takes Val out on the town, but the female bonding stops when Hunter, a guy Holly has her eye on, makes a pass at Val. Things get worse when Hunter's jealous girlfriend comes looking for Val.

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  • Val and Holly go out of town. Holly meets a guy named Hunter and falls for him, but things get hairy when he kisses Val.

    This was another funny episode. Holly and Val go out of town and have a girls night while Jeff is away. They go to a party, and Holly meets a guy named Hunter. While Holly is away for a few minutes, the guy kisses Val. Holly sees this, gets mad, and runs to the bathroom. Little did she know that she ran to the boys room. Val follows her and tries to convince her that it wasn't her fault. While they argue, a guy walks in on them. His name is Henry, and he falls for Holly. Val's plans to get him and Holly together fail, but Henry has a recurring role in the series.moreless
  • My favorite character is introduced...

    I love this episode, because Henry arrives in the series, he was the one who was about to take whizz in front of Val & Holly, I like his cute way of coming on to Holly, II like the main plot & Sasha, This was an interesting plot, the guy you like frenched your sister, This could only happen to Holly, but it could be common in New York, I like the B plot, Gary getting revenge on his Math Teacher, he ended up a liar & he spit in Gary's food. I like how Gary only tipped him 50 cents. I also like how Sasha goes to beat up Val & she gets all chatty before a fight. Then she didn't even know she was serious, then Holly tells her off, then Sasha runs off crying. An amazing episode.moreless

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (9)

  • QUOTES (19)

    • Val: (about a guy Holly likes) What's he like?
      Holly: I don't know, I've never even said two words to him, but I've already named our children. Pretty stupid, huh?
      Val: Nah. When I was your age, I felt the same way about George Michael. That didn't end well......

    • Sasha: I heard you were mackin' on my boyfriend!
      Val: What? Okay, two things. One, who are you, and what's "mackin?"

    • Jeff: So what are you guys gonna do this weekend?
      Val: Well, I've decided to spend a little quality time with my sister.
      Holly: Yeah. We haven't really decided what we're going to do yet.
      Val: Yes we have. A Meryl Streep film festival!
      Jeff: Another one? Didn't we just have a Meryl Streep film festival?
      Val: Just her comedies.
      Jeff and Holly: Those were comedies?
      Val: Tonight, we will be screening 8 of her most dramatic roles. (to Jeff) You know, we probably still have time to pop one in really quick, if you're interested.
      Jeff: Oh, um, you know, the security at the airport is really tight. They want you to get there, oh, 8 hours and 50 minutes ahead of time. Gotta go!

    • Henry: Hey, Holly, right? I'm Henry, from the Gent's room, I didn't whiz.

    • Val: Is this one of those bars when you get on top of the table and take off your bra? Cause if it is then I need to put on a nicer bra.
      Holly: (looks under Val's shirt) No, you're good!

    • Jeff: Hey, guys.
      Holly: Hey. I thought you were at a convention in Minneapolis.
      Jeff: Eh, I'm gonna take a later flight. I just wanted to spend a little extra time with my lady. (hugs and kisses Val)
      Holly: (to Jeff) Could you not do that right now? My lady was making a grilled cheese for my belly.

    • Val: So...I heard that butt-crack is the new clevage.
      Holly: Yeah. But you can't keep your money in there!

    • Holly (to Sasha): She didn't hit on your boyfriend! Now, I know it's easier to blame her, but the bottom line is: your boyfriend's slime! I'm sure this isn't the first time he's cheated on you and it's probably not gonna be the last! So grow up and deal with it, Sah-sha!

    • Holly (shouting to some random people): So the bottom line is: no matter what she does or what she says, never ever trust your wingman!

    • Val: We'll talk about it.
      Holly (interrupts): I don't wanna talk to you right now, I am devastated! I'm devastated!
      Val: I understand you're upset.
      Holly: Devastated!

    • Holly (to Gary): 'Kay, I know math's not your best subject, but let's see if you can follow this: angry waiter + your food = angry waiter's loogey in your food!

    • Holly (quickly to Hunter): Don't you touch those balls till I get back!

    • Holly (to Val): You're officially my new wingman! You are ten times better than Gary! When he does it, he just nods in my direction and says, "Check out that ass!"

    • Val: Man, I banged the nine off the rail and it slipped the six and the two!
      Holly: Yeah... I don't know what you're saying?
      Val: A nine! Should I kiss the floor or knock it to the side?
      Holly (slowly): I don't... know what.... you're say-ing!

    • Val: I think you need a wingman.
      Holly: You know about wingman?
      Val: Of course... I also know that butt crack is the new cleavage.
      Holly: Yeah, but you can't keep your money in there.

    • Jeff: Where m'lady? (kisses Val)
      Holly: And I'm screwed!

    • Holly: Would you make me a grilled cheese sandwich?
      Val: Why can't you do it?
      Holly: 'Cause it tastes better when you do it... and you're pretty!

    • Val: She has sentimental value! I've told you this story before. You were like a year old, and you were sleeping on my lap. We were watching TV, and "Out of Africa" was on. And as soon as Meryl Streep said her first words, you woke up, crawled off my lap, and took your first steps!
      Holly: Awww! Was I trying to get out of the room?

    • Val: (in the men's room) Oh God, this is so not the place for open-toed shoes!

  • NOTES (6)


    • Happy Days
      One of the most successful series of the 1970s is Happy Days, which is set in the late 1950s, early 1960s in Milwaukee, the heart of middle-class America. Happy Days tells the story of the Cunninghams, one of America's most beloved TV families. Richie Cunningham hangs out at Arnold's Drive-In with his buddies Potsie Weber and Ralph Malph They form a close bond with neighborhood greaser, the Fonz. Living in an apartment above the Cunningham garage, the Fonz gives Richie advice on just about everything that he wants to know. Wearing his leather jacket atop his motorcycle while saying phrases like "aaaayyyy" and "sit on it," the Fonz is the king of cool and quickly became a cultural icon.

    • Out of Africa
      A movie about a Danish young lady, Karen, who marries her charming but hard-up friend Baron Blixen and they go out to East Africa to set up a coffee plantation. Blixen cheats on Karen, is terrible with money and away from home a lot. Karen falls for Denys Finch-Hatton. She wants more than a love affair, but Denys wants his freedom. Then a series of disasters changes everything

    • Meryl Streep
      Meryl Streep is an American actress, who by the mid 1980s, was regarded by many as the best actress of her day. She has a reputation for careful preparation and research for her roles, and also for a knack with accents.