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A teen comedy drama series, “Greek” follows the students of Cyprus Rhodes University as they partake in the school’s Greek system. Most of the collegians belong to a fraternity (Kappa Tau Gamma, Omega Chi Delta) or to a sorority (Iota Kappa Iota, Zeta Beta Zeta). In the show’s forefront are Casey Cartwright, a very sociable young girl who rates with most of her colleagues, and her younger brother Russell “Rusty” Cartwright, a boring crammer.
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1. Episode 1 Pilot
2. Episode 2 Hazed and Confused
3. Episode 3 The Rusty Nail
4. Episode 4 Picking Teams
5. Episode 5 Liquid Courage
6. Episode 6 Friday Night Frights
7. Episode 7 Multiple Choice
8. Episode 8 Separation Anxiety
9. Episode 9 Depth Perception
10. Episode 10 Black, White and Read All Over
11. Episode 11 A New Normal
12. Episode 12 The Great Cappie
13. Episode 13 Highway To The Discomfort Zone
14. Episode 14 War and Peace
15. Episode 15 Freshman Daze
16. Episode 16 Move On. Cartwrights
17. Episode 17 47 Hours & 11 Minutes
18. Episode 18 Mr. Purr-fect
19. Episode 19 No Campus for Old Rules
20. Episode 20 A Tale of Two Parties
21. Episode 21 Barely Legal
22. Episode 22 Spring Broke
1. Episode 1 Brothers and Sisters
2. Episode 2 Crush Landing
3. Episode 3 Let’s Make a Deal
4. Episode 4 Gays, Ghosts and Gamma Rays
5. Episode 5 Pledge Allegiance
6. Episode 6 See You Next Time, Sisters
7. Episode 7 Formally Yours
8. Episode 8 The Popular Vote
9. Episode 9 Three’s A Crowd
10. Episode 10 Hell Week
11. Episode 11 Take Me Home, Cyprus-Rhodes
12. Episode 12 From Rushing with Love
13. Episode 13 Engendered Species
14. Episode 14 Big Littles & Jumbo Shrimp
15. Episode 15 Evasive Actions
16. Episode 16 Dearly Beloved
17. Episode 17 Guilty Treasures
18. Episode 18 Divine Secrets and the ZBZ Sisterhood
19. Episode 19 Social Studies
20. Episode 20 Isn’t It Bro-mantic
21. Episode 21 Tailgate Expectation
22. Episode 22 At World’s End
1. Episode 1 The Day After
2. Episode 2 Our Fathers
3. Episode 3 The Half-Naked Gun
4. Episode 4 High and Dry
5. Episode 5 Down on Your Luck
6. Episode 6 Lost And Founders
7. Episode 7 The Dork Knight
8. Episode 8 Fight The Power
9. Episode 9 The Wish-Pretzel
10. Episode 10 Friend or Foe
Episode 4.01 “Defending Your Honor“
Written by Matt Whitney
Directed by Michael Lang
The season opens with Casey, Evan, & Ashleigh’s graduation day. Casey and Cappie haven’t spoken since Spring Break and are anticipating saying their final goodbyes to each other, which does not go as smoothly as expected. We then skip to the end of summer and Casey packing up to move to Washington DC for law school. Through some prompting from Evan, Casey learns that the reason she did not get into CRU law school was a result of a bad recommendation from Joel (Sam Page). After Casey confronts Sam, he reconsiders and has his letter rescinded. Casey is accepted into CRU law and decides to stay after all. Ashleigh has moved to New York for an internship that is not exactly what she was hoping for. Evan is attending CRU law school with Casey. Rebecca is now president of ZBZ and working on getting the house in order. Calvin is dealing with his new presidential position at Omega Chi.
Episode 4.02 “Fools Rush In“
Written by Roger Grant
Directed by Lee Shallat Chemel
The KT’s decide since they lost several members of their frat last year, it’s time to actually try to recruit pledges. The KTs set up a booth during rush on campus to help with recruiting. Tegan (Charisma Carpenter) shows up to help the ZBZs maintain their newly regained best house on campus title. Tegan and Rebecca argue on how rushing should go and Casey comes to Rebecca’s rescue with a plan to have Dana (Martha MacIsaac) keep Tegan distracted. The ZBZs entertain a potential new pledge Heather, who is Heath’s sister. Dale also entertains the idea of rushing this semester. The KTs hold their annual secret rush party, but campus security breaks up the party after they received a mysterious tip.
Greek – Episodes 4.01-4.07 – Synopses
Episode 4.03 “Cross Examined Life“
Written by Roger Grant & Jason Gavin
Directed by Michael Lange
Rusty, Dale and Dana are hanging out together and Dana suggests throwing a murder mystery dinner party to help Dale socialize. Members of Omega Chi Delta then storm in and take Dale away as he’s pledged to them. Casey gets a surprise visit one night from Ashleigh, who has lost her job in New York and now plans to stay back at the house. Calvin reveals that he has no major, just like Cappie, but wants to keep it a secret. Meanwhile, Rusty worries that Dale is joining Omega Chi to get back at him, so he devises a plan to get Dale membership into Kappa Tau. But Dale is insulted by Rusty’s insistence, and goes to Omega Chi’s hazing anyway. While he’s there, Rusty and his friends kidnap him and take him to Dana’s murder mystery party, inadvertently leaving Spidey there to face the Omegas’ wrath. Dale eventually leaves Rusty’s party, claiming that he wants to be a part of that fraternity, and that Rusty should care about his own pledge Spidey instead. Casey is having a hard time finding a study group to join in her new law class because of her controversial past. Ashleigh reveals that she actually ran away from her job because she couldn’t handle it. Katherine (Nora Kirkpatrick) returns to attend CRU Law school.
Episode 4.04 “All About Beav“
Written by Jessica O’Toole & Amy Rardin
Directed by Lee Rose
Beaver goes to class to find he got an F on his paper because it’s plagiarized. He’s needs to write a decent, original paper by the next morning or the F stays on his record. Casey talks with Katherine in hopes of forming a study group with her, but Katherine says she doesn’t like study groups. Beaver meets Katherine, and is instantly smitten. Rusty and Dana are working on a science project together, and Ashleigh joins in to help make their slideshow more presentable. Dana requests to be called a co-inventor on the credits page, but when Rusty finds out, his anger ruins the presentation. The committee likes the invention, but pulls Rusty from the project and gives it to a professional team. Rebecca invites Cappie to the pledge party so she can make Evan jealous. Casey and Beaver team up in search of case summaries for Casey. Beaver accidentally invites Katherine along as they search for notes, much to Casey’s dismay.
Katherine finds out that Casey is looking to buy study notes, and Katherine admits she needs help as well. They form a study group, and Beaver gets help from Casey on his paper. Beaver wakes up in bed with Katherine. Rusty and Dana break up.
Episode 4.05 “Home Coming and Going“
Written by Adam Milch
Directed by Patrick Norris
“Lasker Parkes” played by Jonathan Silverman, “Peter Parkes” played by Devon Werkheiser
Lasker Parkes (Jonathan Silverman), Peter’s dad, comes to visit Kappa Tau, and Cappie feels pressure to impress the him. Cappie plans an Everest party for Homecoming, complete with ice luges throughout the house. Lasker wants to know who is Peter’s big brother in the. Rusty wants to be Peter’s big brother, but Peter wants Cappie. Meanwhile, Casey tries to convince Ashleigh to find a job and move out, but Ashleigh keeps dragging her feet. Casey and Evan go to an alumni dinner because their law professor will be there. Casey gets into a fight with Ashleigh. To impress Peter, Rusty plans to steal the A&M goat mascot at night, but while they’re in the process, Dale and some Omega Chi members interrupt with the same plan. Calvin finds out that Heath is a stripper, but he gets over it and they both agree to be more truthful to each other. Casey angrily returns to her house, gets drunk on Rebecca’s insistence, and goes Cappie’s party. When he discovers her, he helps her return home. They start kissing and eventually sleep together.
Episode 4.06 “Fumble“
Written by Carter Covington
Directed by Lee Rose
Casey and Cappie wake up together and Casey kicks him out of the house before anyone finds out, claiming that nothing can happen between them. Rusty wakes up from the party completely hungover, and unable to remember what happened. He finds red lipstick on his mouth, and sets out on a search with Calvin to find the mystery girl. Casey and Cappie meet up later and realize that they did not use protection the night before. Casey gets the morning after pill just in case. At ZBZ, the sisters are watching over faculty children during the big game, and Cappie comes over to help Casey, and to prove to her that he’s matured. Rusty also divulges to Casey that Cappie declared a major. Later that night, Casey and Cappie share a romantic moment in the playground. Meanwhile, Professor Segal (Josh Randall) flirts with Ashleigh, who is still distraught about her undetermined future. Rusty, though a hero to the school for stealing the goat returns home unable to find the mystery girl. He finds Ashleigh there, getting ready for a date with Segal. An ensuing flashback reveals that Rusty was drunkenly comforting Ashleigh the night before, and they shared a quick kiss. Ashleigh then gets up and leaves for her date with Segal.
Episode 4.07 “Midnight Clear“
Written by Rob Bragin, Jessica O’Toole & Amy Rardin
Directed by Michael Lange
Rusty is planning Calvin’s 21st birthday party at his apartment. Casey and Ashleigh have not been speaking and are afraid to run into each other at the party. A really bad snowstorm hits Cyprus Rhodes shutting down all roads. Since Heath is not able to make it back with the alcohol, the gang of eight decides to walk to Dobbler’s. Inside Dobbler’s, the group decides to play the game ?Kiss & Tell? where secrets and feelings are revealed. Casey & Ashleigh patch up their issues. Rebecca & Evan break up. Rusty & Ashleigh kiss for a second time.
Greek Season 4 Episode 4 All About Beav : When Beaver’s half-baked attempts to pass his classes crumble to pieces, he teams up with Casey as she endeavors the impossible task of braving law school without a study group. As Rusty and Dana attempt to collaborate in their first big project together, Rebecca uses Cappie to make Evan jealous.? Greek’s “All About Beav” premieres Monday, January 24 (9:00 – 10:00 p.m. ET/PT). (ABC FAMILY/ISABELLA VOSMIKOVA) ZACK LIVELY, AARON HILL
Greek Season 4 Episode 3 Cross Examined Life : A MURDER MYSTERY DINNER AND A MIRACULOUS RETURN SHAKE UP CYPRUS RHODES UNIVERSITY IN AN ALL-NEW EPISODE OF “GREEK,” PREMIERING MONDAY, JANUARY 17, AT 9:00 PT ET/PT ON ABC FAMILY
Josh Randall Guest Stars as Professor Simon Segal and Returning Guest Stars Include Devon Werkheiser as Peter Parkes, Martha MacIsaac as Dana and Nora Kirkpatrick as Katherine
Burbank, CA (Tuesday, December 21) – Prepared to console his brother-less roommate, Rusty is met with a surprise when he finds that Dale is actually pledging a fraternity – and it’s not Kappa Tau – which clearly affects their friendship. However, Rusty and Dana (Martha MacIsaac) hatch a scheme to get his best friend back during a Murder Mystery Party in an all-new episode of “Greek,” Monday, January 17 at 9PM ET/PT. The episode, “Cross Examined Life,” is directed by Michael Lange with the teleplay by Jason Gavin & Roger Grant and story by Jason Gavin.
In another CRU surprise, Ashleigh shows up to the ZBZ house unannounced with some unexpected news about her job in New York City. Meanwhile, during Casey’s first day at CRU Law School, she becomes the target of petty gossip amongst her fellow classmates. When she turns to Evan for help, his over-competitive nature gets the best of him, leaving Casey alienated from the rest of the students. As a result, she contemplates turning to Professor Simon Segal (Josh Randall) for assistance to get paired for a study group – and in the end, Katherine (Nora Kirkpatrick) proves to be a ray of hope during Casey’s law school crisis.
It’s business as usual for the Kappa Tau’s with huge house parties and sleeping through class, but change comes for Rusty as he adopts his new duties as Pledge Educator to Peter Parkes (Devon Werkheiser) or “Pledge Spidey”. Shockingly, Cappie has decided to apply himself in school this year. When he pairs up with Calvin for a Philosophy assignment, they give “the old college try” a whole new meaning!
Created by Patrick Sean Smith, “Greek” is executive produced in association with Piller/Segan. The cast includes Jacob Zachar as Rusty, Spencer Grammer as Casey, Scott Michael Foster as Cappie, Jake McDorman as Evan, Clark Duke as Dale, Dilshad Vadsaria as Rebecca, Paul James as Calvin, and Amber Stevens as Ashleigh.
Greek Season 4 Episode 2 Fools Rush In : CASEY BECOMES A MOTHER!
RUSH WEEK IS IN FULL FORCE IN AN ALL-NEW EPISODE OF “GREEK,”
premierING MONDAY, JANUARY 10, ON ABC FAMILY at 9:00 PM ET/PT
Devon Werkheiser Guest Stars as Peter Parkes,
Charisma Carpenter Returns as Tegan, and Martha MacIsaac Returns as Dana
Burbank, CA (December 14, 2010) – Rush week has officially begun at Cyprus Rhodes University and it’s survival of the fittest as all the houses on campus compete for pledges – even Kappa Tau wants in on the action! As Casey struggles to move on from the Greek system, Dale surprises everyone by declaring that he plans to join it, in an all-new episode of ABC Family’s hit original series “Greek,” which premieres Monday, January 10 at 9:00PM ET/PT. The episode, entitled “Fools Rush In,” is directed by Lee Shallat Chemel and written by Roger Grant.
With her last minute decision to attend CRU’s Law School, Casey is in a crunch to figure out her housing situation. Living with her brother and Dale proves too close for comfort and she is eager to move out. Meanwhile, Rebecca and the ZBZ’s are looking for a new house mother, so Casey reluctantly accepts the temporary house mother position during rush week to improve her living quarters. When Tegan (Charisma Carpenter), the overzealous ZBZ Nationals Rep, drops by to oversee their rush week activities, Rebecca realizes that she still may need Casey’s help.
The Kappa Taus realize that they have been losing members rapidly and must try something revolutionary for them — participating in rush week! Rusty and Cappie lead their brothers through these uncharted waters, but sadly not all of the KT members make it through rush week alive. But in the end, they do meet an interesting potential pledge named Peter Parkes (Devon Werkheiser).
As Dale aims to impress the fraternities in order to get the best bid possible, he leverages his insider knowledge about Mission Probable (aka – the KT/OX truce) to capture the attention of the Omega Chis, which lands Calvin in hot water with his brothers and may even cost him the Presidency.
Created by Patrick Sean Smith, “Greek” is executive-produced in association with Piller/Segan. The cast includes Jacob Zachar as Rusty, Spencer Grammer as Casey, Scott Michael Foster as Cappie, Jake McDorman as Evan, Clark Duke as Dale, Dilshad Vadsaria as Rebecca, Paul James as Calvin, and Amber Stevens as Ashleigh.
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THE KAPPA TAUS PARTY WITH A 40-YEAR-OLD PLEDGE, ON AN ALL-NEW EPISODE OF “GREEK,” PREMIERING MONDAY, MARCH 1, aT 10:00PM ET/PT ON ABC FAMILY
Sam Page (“Mad Men“) Guest Stars at Joel
Burbank, CA (February 16, 2010) – The Hilgendorf family has moved in next door to the Kappa Tau house, and their presence is putting a damper on the KTs’ festivities. When their rules get to be too much of an interference, Rusty and Cappie decide to “borg” Professor Tom Hilgendorf – i.e., to bring him in and make him a KT pledge. Once inducted into the Kappa Tau world, Tom doesn’t seem to want to leave, making Cappie rethink his plan to eventually graduate. Find out if either Cappie or Tom will finally grow up, on an all-new episode of ABC Family’s original series “Greek,” premiering Monday, March 1, 2010 (10:00-11:00 PM ET/PT). The episode, entitled “Your Friends and Neighbors,” was directed by Michael Lange and written by Dana Greenblatt.
With Casey stressing over her personal statement for Law School, Joel encourages her to find a real connection between herself and law, but she draws a blank. When Casey turns to Katherine for help, Ashleigh worries that her friendship with Casey is changing in fundamental ways and that they’re on diverging paths.
Also, when the Omega Chis clean up after their Valentine’s Day party, they realize $500 is missing from petty cash. The brothers turn on each other over who the thief is, and when the culprit is unmasked, it’s a real blow to Calvin.
Created by Patrick Sean Smith, “Greek” is executive produced by Piller/Segan in association with ABC Family. The cast includes Jacob Zachar as Rusty, Spencer Grammer as Casey, Scott Michael Foster as Cappie, Jake McDorman as Evan, Clark Duke as Dale, Dilshad Vadsaria as Rebecca, Paul James as Calvin, and Amber Stevens as Ashleigh.
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It’s the All-Greek baseball game and alliances are tested on and off the field. With the hope of winning more blue ribbon points, the ZBZs partner with the Omega Chi’s, throwing off Cappie and Casey’s love game by pitting them against each other. Watch the Greeks take to the field in an all new episode of the ABC Family hit series “Greek,” premiering Monday, February 8, 2010 (10:00-11:00 PM ET/PT). The episode, entitled “Take Me Out,” was directed by Lee Rose and written by Matt Whitney.
Rusty is not faring so well as pledge educator for the KTs. His headaches only get worse when Calvin asks him to spend more time getting to know his boyfriend, Grant, the Omega Chi who previously duct-taped Rusty to a pole.
Meanwhile, the relationship between Evan and Rebecca is heating up, but the fact that she does not believe in love is playing with Evan’s head. He turns to an unlikely source to find the real meaning of love.
“Back to the Future” actress Lea Thompson is visiting the small screen to be a mom for Cappie. She has been tapped to guest star on ABC Family’s “Greek” when the show returns for the second half of third season on January 25.
EW which was first to deliver the casting news said that the character will be “free-spirited”. The name is April and she is married to a “non-conformist” husband, Tobias. The Ralph Burton of “24“, Jim Abele, will be the one playing the father.
How the parents will step into the storyline, EW quoted a “Greek” insider as saying, “Meeting his parents will have a big impact on Casey.” Cappie and Casey are indeed back together in the season finale airing on November 2. In further hint, the insider also said that modern-day hippies will appear in at least five episodes.
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