What I Like About You

Season 1 Episode 19

Loose Lips

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Aired Friday 8:00 PM Apr 04, 2003 on The WB
8.8
out of 10
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Upon learning that Val has a reputation for being antisocial at work, Holly encourages her sister to mingle with her colleagues. However, an evening out becomes fodder for office gossip when Val finds herself in a compromising position with her boss Vic. Meanwhile, Jeff meets the attractive Olivia—but is shocked to find out that she is Gary's mother.moreless

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  • The mail room is the rumor mill.

    8.0
    I like this episode because it's another office episode, and Lauren is in this episode. Val & Vic become an item which is always interesting, I like Val's story about being in a porno, I also liked how Lauren got jealous of Val while Holly has been spreading rumors at mail room, I also like the B plot, Gary's mom with Jeff, what a particular plot, It would be so uncomfortable dating your friends mom, it's like taboo or something. I like the whole plot especially when Vic & Val were making out at the end. An amazing episode with great original plots.moreless
  • I liked it.

    8.0
    Holly and Lauren encourage Val to go out with the rest of her co-workers. She reluctantly goes. She learns that Vic also goes with them too. She becomes the center of attention, so Lauren gets jealous. Vic and Val almost kiss. Holly spreads it around to get rid of another rumor. Vic and Val do kiss in the office. Jeff meets Olivia, an attractive woman, with whom he sets up a date. He later learns that that was Gary's mom. Gary is nervous about Jeff and his mother's date, so Jeff acts like a gentleman. Jeff decides not to date her because it feels too weird.



    This episode was okay. I liked the Jeff/Gary plot better. I don't really like Vic at all. This episode gets an 8.0 out of 10.moreless

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