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Ugly Betty 4 Seasons

Season 1
4.5 out of 5 stars (60) IMDb 7.8/10

Betty Suarez is far from fashionable, yet she's started work at Mode, one of New York's most fashionable magazines. Watch as she negotiates the cutthroat world of fashion, while maintaining a style that's all her own.

Starring:
America Ferrera, Eric Mabius

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Season 1

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1. Pilot

A plain young woman becomes an assistant at a fashion magazine.

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2. Queens For A Day

Betty lures a famous photographer to shoot for the magazine.

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3. The Box And The Bunny

Betty loses a proof of the entire magazine.

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4. Fey's Sleigh Ride

Betty, Marc and Amanda fear they have leaked a Mode secret.

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5. The Lyin' Watch, And The Wardrobe

Betty has a series of frightful experiences on Halloween.

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6. Trust, Lust, And Must

Sofia Reyes leaves a lasting impression on Daniel and Betty.

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7. After Hours

Betty takes a break from her family troubles.

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8. Four Thanksgiving And A Funeral

Daniel attends his parents' brunch in the hope of seeing Sofia.

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9. Lose The Boss?

Betty struggles to put together a last-minute Mode photo shoot.

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10. Fake Plastic Snow

Betty questions her feelings for Walter and Henry.

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11. Swag

Christina announces plans to clean out the magazine's closet.

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12. Sofia's Choice

Betty finds evidence that casts doubt on Sofia's intentions.

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13. In Or Out

Betty is determined to get Daniel back to work.

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14. I'm Coming Out

Betty hustles to ensure Mode's runway show runs smoothly.

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15. Brothers

The masked woman's shocking announcement leaves Mode in chaos.

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16. Derailed

Daniel reconnects with a woman he once stood up for a date.

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17. Icing On The Cake

Betty impulsively invites her orthodontist to be her date.

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18. Don't Ask, Don't Tell

Marc convinces Betty to pretend to be his girlfriend.

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19. Punch Out

Daniel reverts to his old, hard-partying ways.

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20. Petra-Gate

Betty tries to avoid Daniel, Christina and Henry.

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21. Secretaries Day

Betty looks for ways to raise money to solve a family dilemma

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22. A Tree Grows In Guadalajara

The Suarezes go to Guadalajara to solve Ignacio's problems.

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23. East Side Story

Betty's romance with Henry heats up.

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The first season of "Ugly Betty" makes for great and very entertaining viewing, and I hugely recommend this boxset.

There are some great, light-hearted comedy moments with the "Ugly Betty" series- although I wouldn't really call it a rolling-on-the-floor-laughing affair- but it's highly entertaining, well written and shot, with loveable characters and great acting.

Set in New York, the story tells of underdog Betty who dreams of being an editor for a magazine. Fresh-faced and excitable, she's given the opportunity to work for one of America's top fashion Magazines 'Mode' and the show follows the toils and troubles of being a slightly overweight, brace-wearing girl working in the glossy world of size-zero models and arrogant men. There are some really great characters in this show- Wilimina Slater is the evil, vindictive, cunning anti-christ of the magazine, with her camp and bitchy side-kick Mark- both of whom are brilliantly portrayed and hilariously written; Betty herself is excellent and her family are brilliant- in particular her nephew Justin is wonderful and some of his performances really do deserve to be award-winning (although more so in later seasons).

There are quite a few moments in this season which brush very closely with the film "The Devil Wears Prada"- not just because the general plot is similar, but also the events which happen within that plot. That's a bit annoying- but I've let that slide.

My only other quarrel with this season is that some of the special effects such as the Brooklyn background are really low quality in this season. According to a documentary on the DVD extras this is because of the low budget issued for the first season; so I guess it's understandable- although it is really noticeable.
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When I first watched season 1 Ugly Betty on tv I absolutely became the biggest fan...immediately. Throughout the series I loved how it gripped me to become more than just a funny, light hearted show! The storyline was also great. Unquestionably it had a fantastic end of series episode, lots of drama to leave you hanging til the beginning of season 2.

However from season 2 onwards I think Ugly Betty lost that edge that made it so fantastic to begin with. They really changed how a lot of the characters looked, Betty's home became a lot more chic, they stop the spanish soap opera, & Betty lost a wee bit of the idea of 'beauty only being skin deep' & gets a lot more caught up in the whole fashion world. I am not slating ugly betty as i am a MASSIVE FAN of all the series & love them all. I just think that season 4 wouldn't have been the last if they had kept the following series more 'raw' like the first one!

For me season 1 was the best by far. I have the other box set's too...but season 1 has definitely been watched much much more!!
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I don't like trashy American books but I do love trashy American TV such as this and Desperate Housewives. This is a great programme and very funny with good stories. Betty's style is just too ridiculous though; as if she would continue wearing those clothes and that hair! Betty can also be a bit annoying as she is quite self-righteous. But then I don't suppose the script writers are really going for realism! I love Mark and Amanda; they are hilarious.
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Bought this for my teenage daughter, who absolutely loves the series. Its a great buy for those mid-teen girls who are looking for something a little more adult, but without being TOO adult!
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When I first saw the adverts for this, i was very sceptical.
However, i started to watch it and thank god i did!
It is, without a doubt, one of the best shows on DVD, beaten only by my personal favourites Desperate Housewives and Lost.

Not only is the show fantastically written and down right hilarious, but there are few characters who you can dislike! I am stuck in picking a favourite as they are all so good.

There are the different relationships between the characters which are loveable and entertaining to watch, and there comes a twist at every corner.

Not only all this, but the final five minutes make watching the whole show worthwhile. It truly will leave you with your mouths hanging open and tears rolling down your face, screaming for a second season.

Absolutely worth the money, I cant wait til September 24!
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I'm currently having a gap year (due to a chronic illness) and have been re-visiting lots of TV programmes I used to love- Ugly Betty being one. The first season was released in 2007, and is still great now. When I decided to re-watch it I was dubious; thought it would be very outdated by now, however, I still thought it was extremely funny. Fashion may move on, the the industry doesn't, as new girl at Mode, Betty soon finds out.

Betty is an innocent lamb to the slaughter at Mode, where she is overweight, geeky and unfashionable. The reality is she is just a normal girl at a hypersensitive fashion magazine. Therefore Betty breathes a breath of fresh air into the world of Mode.

I love how Betty becomes somewhat of a babysitter, rather than assistant to Daniel, and the close relationship of her family. Soon the people at Mode are all encroaching on Betty's personal life, much to our amusement.

There is never a dull moment at Mode- scheming, sex changes, romance, murder, and then there is the drama of Betty's life...

With characters' like Mark, Amanda and Justin (Just to name a few) there is always over dramatic scenarios, laughs, jibes and witty comments, mainly at Betty's expense. However, there are tender moments too, which reminds us that the fashion world is not all superficial, there are beating hearts beneath the flesh.

As the first season comes to a climax there are decisions to be made, revenge to be taken and of course double dealing and back stabbing. I couldn't wait to re-watch the rest of the seasons!

*Just an idea* Ugly Betty is great for lazy days and Sundays, me and my younger sister watch a disk every Sunday with a tube of Ben and Jerry's :)
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