About the Show
Smash-hit US comedy drama. In the superficial world of high fashion, image is everything. How can an ordinary girl - a slightly plump plain Jane from Queens - possibly fit in?
Series 2 Summary
Betty's life is in chaos after a disastrous series of events, and she's missing Henry more than she admits. Meanwhile, Amanda turns to junk food and Marc in an attempt to deal with the revelation that Fey Sommers was her mother, and Wilhelmina schemes to turn the tragic Meade family events to her advantage.
Episode 1 - How Betty Got Her Grieve Back
How Betty Got Her Grieve Back: Betty's life is in chaos after a disastrous series of events, and she's still in denial about how much Henry's departure has affected her.
Episode 2 - Family/Affair
Family/Affair: Betty doesn't know what to do when she finds out that Wilhelmina's hunky new bodyguard is taking the job to a whole new level.
Episode 3 - Betty's Wait Problem
Betty's Wait Problem: With Henry back in her life (sort of), Betty finds herself distracted by Mode's new sandwich guy, who both annoys and intrigues her.
Episode 4 - Grin and Bear It
Grin and Bear It: Betty gets into trouble in her writing class when she submits a Mode story written by a woman who survived a bear attack.
Episode 5 - A League of Their Own
A League of Their Own: Much to Henry's distress, Betty tries internet dating and gets asked out on a bowling date. Marc finds himself attracted to someone who isn't his type.
Episode 6 - Something Wicked This Way Comes
Something Wicked This Way Comes: Betty and Henry have a date to see Wicked, but Daniel thinks that Betty is going with Gio and gives him two free tickets.
Episode 7 - A Nice Day for a Posh Wedding
A Nice Day for a Posh Wedding: Wilhelmina prepares for her big day, but all is not quiet on the Mode front when she realises her maid of honour - Victoria Beckham - is stealing her thunder.
Episode 8 - I See Me, I.C.U.
I See Me, I.C.U.: In the wake of the disastrous Meade/Slater nuptials, Wilhelmina plots her next move and Betty tries to sort things out with Daniel.
Episode 9 - Giving up the Ghost
Giving up the Ghost: A crisis at Mode leaves everyone scrambling to re-create an issue before a looming deadline. Daniel and Betty try to spring a wild child (Eliza Dushku) out of rehab.
Episode 10 - Bananas for Betty
Bananas for Betty: Henry reluctantly agrees to go on a double date with Betty and an unlikely couple: Hilda and Gio. Wilhelmina's attempt to change her image as the Queen of Mean fails.
Episode 11 - Zero Worship
Zero Worship: Upset by the influence size-zero models have on Justin's classmates when they visit Mode, Betty tries to convince Daniel to use a wider variety of models during Fashion Week.
Episode 12 - Odor In The Court
Odor in the Court: Wilhelmina uses dirty tricks and manipulation to involve Christina in her latest plot. And Betty is left acting in a very strange way by some poisoned perfume.
Episode 13 - A Thousand Words By Friday
A Thousand Words by Friday: Amanda and Marc finally track down Amanda's biological father, who turns out to be Gene Simmons from Kiss (guest starring as himself).
Episode 14 - Twenty-Four Candles
Twenty-Four Candles: Charlie's sudden arrival in New York jeopardises Betty's plans to celebrate her 24th birthday with Henry. Wilhelmina tries to sabotage Daniel's relationship with Renee.
Episode 15 - Burning Questions
Burning Questions: Renee becomes convinced that Betty is falling in love with Daniel and has become a rival for his affections, while Henry thinks she's more interested in Gio.
Episode 16 - Betty's Baby Bump
Betty's Baby Bump: Betty attempts to patch things up with Charlie by throwing her a baby shower, but the mother-to-be's waters break during the party.
Episode 17 - The Kids Are Alright
The Kids Are Alright: Betty finds it hard to suppress her feelings for Gio, while Amanda agrees to do a reality show with Gene, and Hilda goes out of her way to catch the eye of Coach Diaz.
Episode 18 - Jump
Jump: Betty has a big decision to make when Gio asks her to come to Rome with him and Henry proposes to her. Last in the series.