When Holly (Amanda Bynes) is 16, her father takes a job in Japan and she moves in with her strait-laced sister Valerie (Jennie Garth) in New York City. Val finally has both a great career and a great boyfriend in a carefully organized life on the Upper West Side when Holly moves in and tries to become a part of her sister's fabulous life.
New York. New Season. New Night. (2nd Season Tagline)
Did You Know?
Several of Jennie Garth
's former co-stars from Beverly Hills, 90210
(1990) guest starred over the course of the series. Ian Ziering
(Steve Sanders) appeared in a season one episode as a client of Val's, Luke Perry
(Dylan McKay) appeared in a handful of episodes in the third season as Todd the plumber, and Jason Priestley
(Brandon Walsh) was in a couple episodes in the final season. See more
In the first season, the door next to Val's door is proven useless. Her apartment is too widely spaced for that door to lead to a neighboring apartment, and it's entrance would have been covered up by a large wooden dresser. See more
I wrote the note!
Rick didn't write the note?
Ok. How many times do I have to say it? Rick didn't leave his wife. I wrote the note saying that he did.
You wrote the note?
Are you a blockhead? I wrote the note! Rick didn't leave his wife and I'm seeing him later.
I'm seeing him later! Do you think it's you hearing, maybe?