What I Like About You 4 Seasons 2002

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Season 1
(74) IMDb 7.9/10

6. The Parrot Trap TV-NR CC

Holly becomes smitten with a young man, Kyle, who is leading a protest movement to retire a zoo's performing parrot. But the situation gets out of control when Kyle is so inspired by Holly's passion for the cause that he kidnaps the parrot.

Starring:
Amanda Bynes, Simon Rex
Runtime:
22 minutes
Original air date:
November 1, 2002

The Parrot Trap

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Season 1

Product Details

Genres Drama, Comedy
Director Shelley Jensen
Starring Amanda Bynes, Simon Rex
Supporting actors Wesley Jonathan, Jennie Garth, J. Mack Slaughter, Stacy Galina, Megalyn Echikunwoke, Scott N. Stevens
Season year 2003
Network Warner Bros.
Producers Phil Baker, Drew Brown, Wil Calhoun, Joe Davola, Hayes Jackson, Grant Johnson, Rich Kaplan, Brian Robbins, Dan Schneider, Michael Tollin, Stacy Traub, Drew Vaupen
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

Customer Reviews

I love that I can always laugh even the sometimes cheesy lines are funny.
Lindsay
I never was able to watch this show when it was on the air but now that they have the re-runs I have been able to watch all the episodes.
Stephanie Petrovitch
I hope the other seasons come out on DVD soon - this show always makes me smile.
Miranda Doerfler

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42 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Buffy on January 16, 2007
Format: DVD
"What I Like About You" is a cute WB sitcom about two sisters living together in New York. Jennie Garth of "90210" plays the older sister Val, who is a bit of a neurotic and the parental figure in her teenage sister, Holly's life. The two other regulars in the first season are Val's goofy boyfriend, Jeff, who runs a restaurant and Holly's best friend, Gary. The storylines revolve around Val's love life and her job at an advertisement agency and Holly's tendency to get into trouble due to her spontaneous nature. In subsequent seasons, new characters are added to the show and the humor gets a little nuttier. Season 2, 3 and 4 are very different from this first season, but in a good way. The show only gets better and better. It may not have been a breakthrough sitcom or particularly original, but I always found "What I Like About You" to be a fun, enjoyable show and definitely one of the best sitcoms ever on The WB. It kept me coming back for all four seasons with the sisters' romantic relationships, the lighthearted fun and the occasional cliffhangers.
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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By MollyRK on August 19, 2007
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Although I did not catch this series when it originally aired on television from September 2002 to May 2006, it was a tough DVD set to pass up when it caught my eye on the Walmart shelf. I am always up for anything that features Amanda Bynes, and just by viewing the synopsis of this series, it's easy to see that the plot material is right up this comedic actress's alley.

Within days, I quickly went through all 22 episodes of the first season for a show that, as other reviewers have said, does not break any particularly new ground, but still manages to hold strong as a solid, well-written, and genuinely humorous story about two carbon-opposite sisters living together in New York City.

Amanda Bynes herself has likened this series to an edgier, sitcom-type version of the immensely popular "Gilmore Girls," and although each show has its own differences, the relationship between the two leading female characters is very similar. The plot opens with a single father's decision to relocate himself and his 16-year-old daughter to Japan, where he has landed a promising new business offer. Rather than make such a drastic change in her own life, Holly Tyler (played by the hugely effervescent Amanda Bynes) suggests going to live with older sister Val, who is in her late twenties, has a nice job in the city, and (conveniently) now has an empty bedroom in her apartment after finally getting rid of an irritating roommate. Dad seems fine with the idea, but will hardly be as easy as it sounds when we are introduced to the intense personality clash between a somewhat reserved young adult and her immature, yet lovable kid sister.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By mwright on August 22, 2007
Format: DVD
My old roomate and I go hooked on this show at the end of it's second season. It became our weekly ritual to watch it before going out on Fridays.
We recently spent an afternoon watching the first disc of Season 1 of which neither of us had seen before. We spent the entire afternoon laughing. I highly recommend this!
We are both now huge fans of Amanda Bynes and look forward to seeing her more in movies and tv.
It's also great to see Jennie Garth in a new role after growing up with her as Kelly on 90210. This is a great role for her!

I can't wait for more seasons to come out on Dvd!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By theadamshoe on May 24, 2007
Format: DVD
This is one of my fave guilty pleasure shows. It's a cute fluffy show about two sisters who live together in NYC. Jennie Garth and Amnda Bynes are hysterical. The first season is good and has some really great moment. But really it a show trying to find itself during this season. Jennie Garth was Pregnant, so alot of here scenes have her safe behind counters and such. Also she is in a relationship, so it kind of keeps her grounded and keeps her from having too much fun. However, toward the end of the seaon you start to see the show shaping into what it is going to be. The character of Lauren is introduced, played by the hysterical leslie grossman. she become much more centralized in season two and beyond. And Val ends her relationship with Jeff, which will soon be proven to be great for stories for Val. Its a great first season of a show in search of itself. A must own, as it gets so much better after here.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By R. Salem on August 8, 2007
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What I like about you is hilarious. I rate it five stars and I rate Amanda Bynes five stars. If you have never seen this show, see it now or you are missing out. Amanda Bynes is the most talented and funniest actress I have ever seen. You must see each season. Each one is different but funny in its own way.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Ann Turnbull on January 29, 2007
Format: DVD
WOW! i am so happy it is finally on DVD! It is like the new 'Friends' but with younger stars. If you love Amanda Bynes this show is for you. Its really funny and a must have. But i have to addmit i do not lke cover i dont know why it just has amanda and jennie on the cover there are other cast members and its to pink it should have New York City as the background. This so is the best i think Gary (wesley) is really funny in this so (wesley plays the part really well. And Amanda plays a teen called Holly Tyler who lives with her older sister, because her dad got a job in Japan. Holly tries to impress Val (jennie) when she moves in but all she does is mess up. Also Simon Rex is funny in this. It is a must have for any amanda bynes fan. And i know for a fact the amanda bynes fan sites have been in protest to bring this dvd in stores for years.
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