What I Like About You

Season 2 Episode 3

When Holly Met Tina

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Aired Friday 8:00 PM Sep 25, 2003 on The WB
8.9
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In order to help Val get her first client since starting her own public relations firm, Holly becomes friends with the client's troubled teenage daughter, Tina . Meanwhile, Lauren distracts Peter when they find themselves in competition with their former boss for the new account.

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  • Tina is introduced.

    9.0
    One of my favorite characters is introduced in this episode! And Holly & Tina really hit it off, ater Holly covers for Tina about a pregnancy test that she bought. She came off mean at first, but afterward, they were good friends in a way. Val starts her own business with Lauren. Yet Peter is still in the episode, as they fight for a client, which turns out to be Tina's mom. I like Holly's speech in the end about her sister. It was really nice. Drunk Lauren is hilarious! Also when Holly was eating the sushi all sad to show Tina's mom, she has learned her lesson. It was great overall.moreless
  • Holly meets her future best friend.

    8.5
    This episode sort of came as a shocker to me. I saw the episodes in season 3 and 4 before I saw this one, so I never knew how Holly and Tina met. I never expected it to be like this. Holly only met Tina because Tina's mother is an author whom Val is trying to get as a client. Holly and Tina weren't getting along so well. That is, not until Tina's mom catches Tina with a pregnancy test, and Holly claims it's hers. Tina begins to admire Holly, especially when Holly tells off Tina's mother for yelling at Val and blaming Holly's behavior on her.moreless
  • Season 2, Episode 3.

    10
    This episode rocked. I loved it. I never saw the episode where Tina and Holly met until just now, and I loved it. It was so good, and very funny. Lauren was hilarious. I liked the watermelon purse in the fruit and the comment she made about the parenting books. "My parents didn't use any parenting books, and look how I turned out." Haha! I love Lauren. Judy was very mean to Valerie though, holding her responsible for Holly's misconduct. Holly did a good thing telling Judy that the pregnancy test was hers, and not Tina's. This is just one of the many good episode of What I Like About You.moreless
  • Holly Meets Tina!

    10
    This was one of the bests episodes of the series! I loved all of Tina's lines and Allison Munn and Amanda Bynes just have great chemistry! It was as if they were feeding off each other, they just kept getting funnier and funnier. I did not like Tina's mom though. She was just an awful chacrecter and painful to watch her scenes because she got quite annoying afterwards. So yeah she like ruined everything but i loved when Tina picked on Gary in the bathroom scene. It was just hilarious and when Holly gave him the pregnancy test. Ah this show just makes me laugh!moreless
  • Tina!

    10
    Val and Lauren have started their company, Val Co. They want to sign on Judith Haven. When Peter also wants to get her, it becomes a little competition. When Judith mentions that she has a teen daughter, Val jumps at the chance for her and Holly to meet. Holly and Gary meet Tina, who is nothing like her mother. Judith is uptight and very strict, and Tina thinks she might be pregnant. Holly covers for her. When Judith blames Val for Holly's wrecklessness, Val decides not to sign her on. Tina and Holly become friends!



    This episode was great! I kind of like Tina, but I hate her mom! This episode gets a 10!moreless
Leslie Grossman

Leslie Grossman

Lauren [Episode 23- Present / Recurring Previously]

Jennie Garth

Jennie Garth

Valerie Tyler

Stephen Dunham

Stephen Dunham

Peter [Episode 23- 32]

Wesley Jonathan

Wesley Jonathan

Gary Thorpe

Allison Munn

Allison Munn

Tina [Episode 25- Present]

Amanda Bynes

Amanda Bynes

Holly Tyler

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