Betty talks to her new friends Christina in the closet while she comes to pick up clothes for Daniel. Unfortunately, Christina tells Betty why she was hired in this scene.
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Poor Betty goes to pick up some clothes from Christina in the closet but finds out the truth as to why she got the job... so that Daniel wouldn't be tempted to sleep with his assistant.
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The deliciously evil duo known as Marc and Amanda torment Betty together for the first time on the pilot. We heart these two!
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As Marc and Amanda call them it's the bizzaro version of Sex and the City. Betty joins Christina and the other outcasts of Mode for lunch.
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Marc is Wilhelmina's assistant so naturally one of his job duties includes injecting daily botox into Wilhelmina's face.
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We first meet Amanda Tanen, the pretty secretary that tried to sleep her way into Betty's position. Too bad it takes more than that Amanda.
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Betty may be working at a fashion magazine, Mode, but that doesn't mean she has fashion sense. What is that poncho she's wearing?
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On Betty's first day at Mode the first person she meets is the receptionist, Amanda, whose potential job she stole. For obvious reasons Amanda does not like Betty on first impressions... or second or third.
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The Suarez family is sitting around the table when they find out Betty got the job at Mode as assistant to the Editor in Chief at mode. Is that any good? Better ask Justin.
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Daniel and his new assistant get to know each other very well on the first day. We'll see how long this beauty lasts.
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Betty talks with Walter who she thinks is going to propose to her, only to find out she's being dumped for her slutty neighbor Gina!
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We're first introduced to Betty's nephew Justin, Hilda's son who knows the fashion world better than Betty!
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Ugly Betty Season 1 Episode 1 Quotes

Justin: I don't want flan, I'll get fat
Hilda: Honey, you're a boy, it doesn't matter if you're fat or not

Betty: I know most of your magazines inside and out. I try to devour as much as I can
Meade Interviewer: Clearly