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Val has been best friends with [[Fran Fine]] since elementary school, in Flushing, Queens, New York. When the show began, Val was working at the same bridal shop as Fran; she was present when Fran was fired from her job and dumped by her ex-boyfriend, [[Danny Imperiali]], in favor of Fran’s arch-rival, [[Heather Biblow]].
 
Val has been best friends with [[Fran Fine]] since elementary school, in Flushing, Queens, New York. When the show began, Val was working at the same bridal shop as Fran; she was present when Fran was fired from her job and dumped by her ex-boyfriend, [[Danny Imperiali]], in favor of Fran’s arch-rival, [[Heather Biblow]].
   
Val often comes across as very dimwitted, which annoys and worries Fran a lot. However, Fran once said jokingly that she became best friends with Val because she made her (Fran) look smarter. When she and Val disagree, Fran uses Val’s lack of intelligence as an insult. Val will often briefly take offense, but charmingly admits that Fran is the more intelligent after calming down, which builds the friendship and camaraderie between the two.
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Val often comes across as dimwitted, which annoys and worries Fran. However, Fran once said jokingly that she became best friends with Val because she made her (Fran) look smarter. When she and Val disagree, Fran uses Val’s lack of intelligence as an insult. Val will often briefly take offense, but charmingly admits that Fran is the more intelligent after calming down, which builds the friendship and camaraderie between the two.
   
 
Like Fran, Val is initially unsuccessful in love; dating men occasionally but never settling down. At one point during the series, Val, Fran and Fran's sometime nemesis, [[C.C. Babcock]] bonded and swore off men for a while. However, at the end of the series, Val begins dating a pharmacist named [[Fred]] and became pregnant with his son.
 
Like Fran, Val is initially unsuccessful in love; dating men occasionally but never settling down. At one point during the series, Val, Fran and Fran's sometime nemesis, [[C.C. Babcock]] bonded and swore off men for a while. However, at the end of the series, Val begins dating a pharmacist named [[Fred]] and became pregnant with his son.

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