What I Like About You - Episodes with Rick

Your Cheatin' Heart
episode 2.14 - 1/23/2004
Holly (Amanda Bynes) rushes to tell Vince (Nick Zano) that she spotted Henry (Michael McMillian) with another girl and they can begin dating, but her excitement turns to anger when she catches Vince in a compromising position. Gary (Wesley Jonathan) gets a job at a trendy clothing store and sales skyrocket when the female customers see him scantly dressed. Lauren (Leslie Grossman) encourages Val (Jennie Garth) to have dinner with her high school boyfriend (guest star Ed Kerr) who is moving to New York with his fiancée. (Full synopsis)
Allison Munn also stars. Shelley Jensen directed the episode written by Lesley Wake Webster.

Sky Rink Sucks
episode 2.15 - 1/30/2004
Holly (Amanda Bynes) and Vince (Nick Zano) have different ideas of how to celebrate Gary's (Wesley Jonathan) birthday, but their plans come to a screeching halt when they discover his ex-girlfriend Jill (guest star Anicka Haywood) is in town and has been lying to him for months. (Full synopsis)
Jennie Garth, Leslie Grossman and Allison Munn also star. Steve Zuckerman directed the episode written by Caryn Lucas & Wil Calhoun.

Val and Holly's 'Not-Boyfriends'
episode 2.17 - 2/13/2004
When Vince's (Nick Zano) grandfather dies, Holly (Amanda Bynes) travels upstate to comfort him, then misreads his reaction to her thoughtfulness. Meanwhile, when Rick (guest star Ed Kerr) has a near-death experience that gives him a deeper appreciation of life, Val (Jennie Garth) finds her former boyfriend more attractive than ever. (Full synopsis)
Wesley Jonathan, Leslie Grossman and Allison Munn also star. Peter Bonerz directed the episode written Caryn Lucas & Wil Calhoun.

The Big Picture
episode 2.19 - 4/16/2004
After Henry (Michael McMillian) puts his own life aside to help Holly (Amanda Bynes) with her application for internship in Paris, she begins to wonder if she made the right choice in breaking off their relationship. Meanwhile, Val (Jennie Garth) meets Rick's (guest star Ed Kerr) fiancée Julie (guest star Lisa Arning) who, after seeing the former high school sweethearts together, insists that Rick never see Val again. (Full synopsis)
Wesley Jonathan, Leslie Grossman and Allison Munn also star. Steve Zuckerman directed the episode written by Kirker Butler.

The Second Season Finale
episode 2.22 - 5/7/2004
Holly (Amanda Bynes) is elated when she is accepted for an internship in Paris but when Henry (Michael McMillian) and Vince (Nick Zano) each kiss her before she leaves she knows the time has come to decide between them. In order to distract her from Rick's (guest star Ed Kerr) upcoming wedding, Val (Jennie Garth) books a trip to Venice with Lauren (Leslie Grossman), but when Val gets sick and has to cancel, she is pleasantly surprised when a still-single Rick shows up at her doorstep. Meanwhile, it could be a summer of love for Gary (Wesley Jonathan) and Tina (Allison Munn) when they have their second kiss. (Full synopsis)
Shelley Jensen directed the episode written by Caryn Lucas & Wil Calhoun.

Europe Was So Much More Fun
episode 3.01 - 9/17/2004
After spending the summer in Paris, Holly (Amanda Bynes) returns home with Ben (guest star David de Latour), a handsome British musician who has stolen Holly's heart. Realizing they've lost Holly, Vince (Nick Zano) and Henry (guest star Michael McMillian) are heartbroken, and Henry says goodbye to Holly one last time before leaving for Princeton. Meanwhile, Val (Jennie Garth), who has spent the summer with Rick (guest star Ed Kerr), receives a surprise proposal after she reveals her own surprise. (Full synopsis)
Wesley Jonathan, Leslie Grossman and Allison Munn also star. Shelley Jensen directed the episode written by Caryn Lucas.

The Longest Night of the Year
episode 3.02 - 9/24/2004
Holly (Amanda Bynes) moves out with Ben (guest star David de Latour) after Val (Jennie Garth) refuses to let him stay at the loft. When the two end up at Vince (Nick Zano) and Gary's (Wesley Jonathan) apartment, Vince agrees to let them stay, in spite of his jealousy of Holly's new boyfriend. Meanwhile, Val is concerned her fear of commitment is affecting Holly and wonders if breaking off her engagement with Rick (guest star Ed Kerr) was the right thing to do. (Full synopsis)
Leslie Grossman and Allison Munn also star. Shelley Jensen directed the episode written by Marco Pennette.

The Not-So-Simple Life
episode 3.03 - 10/1/2004
Holly (Amanda Bynes) is so determined to help Ben's (guest star David de Latour) music career, that she risks their relationship when she uses her school book money to pay for Ben to perform at a club, where pop star Jesse McCartney (Summerland) is performing. Meanwhile, when Rick (guest star Ed Kerr) asks Lauren (Leslie Grossman) to help him shop for a ring for Val (Jennie Garth), Lauren chooses the perfect ring for herself. (Full synopsis)
Wesley Jonathan and Nick Zano also star. Shelley Jensen directed the episode written by Amy Engelberg and Wendy Engelberg.

God Help the Mister
episode 3.04 - 10/8/2004
Holly (Amanda Bynes) takes it upon herself to move Val's (Jennie Garth) bachelorette party to a different night, after Ben (guest star David de Latour) secures a gig on the same night as Val's party. A fed-up Val fires Holly from her position as Maid of Honor, replacing her with Lauren (Leslie Grossman), who is more than willing to step in. Meanwhile, Gary (Wesley Jonathan) pretends to be dance student in order to impress Tina's (Allison Munn) friend Danielle (guest star Tamyra Gray). (Full synopsis)
Nick Zano and Ed Kerr also guest star. Brian Roberts directed the episode written by Lesley Wake Webster.

Three Little Words
episode 3.06 - 10/22/2004
Holly (Amanda Bynes) wants to be honest in her new relationship with Ben (Davie de Lautour), but can't decide whether to tell him first that she loves him or that she hates his new song. However, Holly's dilemma suddenly seems unimportant when she discovers that Ben has a wife (guest star Joanna Garcia). Meanwhile, Val (Jennie Garth) tries to hide how much she hates Rick's (Ed Kerr) bachelor belongings when he starts moving into the loft. (Full synopsis)
Wesley Jonathan, Leslie Grossman, Nick Zano and Allison Munn also star. Leslie Kolins Small directed the episode written by Casey Johnson & David Windsor.

The Gift of the Mutton
episode 3.08 - 11/5/2004
Holly (Amanda Bynes) and Ben (David de Lautour) are having a difficult time balancing their professional and personal relationships, so Holly enlist Vince's (Nick Zano) help on a scheme to set things right. Meanwhile, Val (Jennie Garth) is given very short notice that Rick's (Ed Kerr) parents are coming for dinner and insists making his mother's favorite meal - sheep stew. (Full synopsis)
Wesley Jonathan, Leslie Grossman and Allison Munn also star. Steve Zuckerman directed the episode written by Peter Marc Jacobson.

We'll Miss Gittle A Little
episode 3.09 - 11/12/2004
Holly (Amanda Bynes) and Lauren (Leslie Grossman) try to take care of last minute wedding details to keep Val (Jennie Garth) calm as her wedding day approaches. However, when the dress designer suddenly dies, the girls must try to salvage Val's dress. Meanwhile, Holly sees Val's future groom with his ex-fiancée. (Full synopsis)
Wesley Jonathan, Nick Zano and Allison Munn also star. Steve Zuckerman directed the episode written by Marco Pennette.

The Wedding, Part 1
episode 3.10 - 11/19/2004
Val's (Jennie Garth) wedding is all in place, including a special performance by Gavin DeGraw, but everything takes a turn toward disaster when Holly (Amanda Bynes) exposes the truth about Rick's (Ed Kerr) recent rendezvous with his ex-fiancée. Meanwhile, Vince (Nick Zano) and Tina (Allison Munn) try to hide the fact that they spent the night together. (Full synopsis)
Wesley Jonathan and Leslie Grossman also star. Shelley Jensen directed the episode written by Caryn Lucas.

The Wedding Pt. II
episode 3.11 - 1/14/2005
When Val (Jennie Garth) comes to the conclusion she can't go through with the wedding, Holly (Amanda Bynes) convinces her to still have a celebration in her honor featuring a personal serenade by Gavin DeGraw. Meanwhile, Holly and Ben (David de Lautour) must say goodbye when he leaves for a two-month tour, and Gary (Wesley Jonathan) uncovers the truth about Vince (Nick Zano) and Tina's (Allison Munn) night together. (Full synopsis)
Leslie Grossman also stars. Shelley Jensen directed the episode written by Caryn Lucas.

Ground-Turkey-Hog Day
episode 4.09 - 11/18/2005
On Thanksgiving, Holly (Amanda Bynes) and Vince (Nick Zano) discover Lauren (Leslie Grossman) kissing Rick (guest star Ed Kerr), Val's (Jennie Garth) ex-fiance, and do their best to hide the truth from Val. Meanwhile, the situation leads Val straight into Vic's (guest star Dan Cortese) arms and the two decide not to sign their annulment papers. (Full synopsis)
Wesley Jonathan and Allison Munn also star. Steve Zuckerman directed the episode written by executive producer Caryn Lucas.