Greek Series Finale Spoilers & Recap

‘Greek’ creator Patrick Sean Smith on the series finale you didn’t see and chances of a spin-off

Source: EW

Patrick-Sean-SmithImage Credit: Toby Canham/Getty Images; Karen Neal/ABC Family[SPOILER ALERT: Do not read this if you haven’t seen the series finale of Greek] The end is here, Greek fans. It’s okay, go ahead and shed a tear (or ten!). Like the KT house, our gang from Cyprus-Rhodes is gone.

The good news? We’re not quite done yet. Now that you’ve seen the series finale, take one last look down memory lane with this chat I had with creator Patrick Sean Smith, where we break down (in complete and total geeky detail!) the series finale. P.S. — If you thought you were the only one who smelled a spin-off…guess again.

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: I’m very upset cause I just watched the finale and I’m so depressed and sad…
PATRICK SEAN SMITH: Yay! And you’re welcome.

We’re gonna miss it so much. I don’t even know where to start but I guess we should start with the thing that is going to have everybody sobbing, which is the tearing down of the house. Why, why, why? Why did you do that to us?
To give a little backstory, we kind of came into the fourth season with a gift. We all thought that we were done at the end of the third season. So when I was writing the spring break episode, “All Children Grow Up,” I kind of thought we were done. We actually shot a series-ending flash-forward scene in the event that we were done and we also had the season-ender. Fortunately, our ratings went up in the third season, and people kind of rallied for the show, so we never had to show that. We kind of went into this next ten [episodes] saying “This is a gift. We have these next ten episodes to wrap it up as opposed to just trying to do it all in a flash-forward.” I was trying to figure it out what really is the heart of the show. There were so many memories and moments and emotions that had gone on through the house. I kind of had always committed to the idea that they saved the house in the end and everything is fine, but it was so obvious, it didn’t feel Greek, didn’t feel special enough. So about halfway through the ten I contacted the line producer and said, “I’m thinking about something crazy and tell me we can’t afford it, but I want to tear down the house.” And she was like, “That is crazy. But it’s also brilliant and let’s figure out how to do it.” It felt shocking, but it also felt like the show a little bit and it gives some hope post-the show and if our characters find the hope post-the house to say the spirit of KT, as with the spirit of Greek is not solely resting in this house, as it doesn’t have to be resting in this show it can live on past the series finale.

So the interior set actually got torn down by a bulldozer?
We tore all the sets down ourselves. We filmed it. I believe the DVD will have some behind-the-scenes stuff, ’cause I believe people were filming it. That was really the last thing we shot, for obvious reasons. We’re not doing any pick-ups or re-shoots, for obvious reasons in a torn down set. It was crazy. It was really cathartic and emotional and so many of the cast showed up for it, to see it and the writers and producers so it was, like…a very powerful ending for us as well.

You mentioned a little bit about a flash-forward that didn’t air. How was that different from what we saw?
The flash-forward was to Rusty’s graduation. At Rusty, Rebecca, Dale, and Calvin’s graduation. We also reveal, at the end, that it was Cappie’s graduation as well. The idea is that he stuck around for two years, and I’m pretty sure this will be on the DVD, so people will have the opportunity to see it. It was our undergrads — who were then graduates — two years later from when we left off at spring break with Casey coming back from GW to see Rusty’s graduation and then being reunited with Cappie and them kind of having a drink of hope at Dobbler’s at the end to show that as a game-changer for them. And Ashleigh was back from New York and Evan’s married. It was just one of those flash-forward to reunion-type thing were it was all tied up that way.

Speaking of all the characters, let’s rewind a little bit and break down the stories. Let’s start with Cappie and Casey, obviously. I loved how they were embarking on this unplanned journey together, just going into the sunset. How did you come to that ending?
I always knew I didn’t want to end the series with them getting together because we’ve seen that too many times. So we definitely made the choice to get them sooner with the hopes that the astute audience would be like, “What, they’re getting them together now in the middle, and by the end they’re gonna break them up so they’re just getting them together to break them up again!” But for them, I like that uncertainty but the power in them being a couple to know that they’re gonna get through anything. I didn’t want to tie everything up too much. I like the power of this couple, as it is with anything in life, to say, “I have no idea what’s gonna happen next but as long as we’re together I know we can weather it.” So I love that for them because it’s kind of the spirit of their relationship through the series is, “We’re together, but we’re sorta not. As long as we’re in each other’s orbits, things as gonna be okay.”

How was it writing this ending for this couple for you?
I was good. It was fitting; it was emotional. I think the Rusty/Casey of it all got me a little bit deeper. ‘Cause that’s been so much of what the series has been to me was this brother/sister finding each other, so I loved that we could end it and avoid doing the flash forward to just say “And they got together!” But to just see in the last couple of episodes Cappie grow up and to see him be worthy of Casey and to see that he’s worthy of an adult relationship and one that’s kind of built to last — it meant the most to me. And we’re saying that they’re together but to spend the last couple episodes to show that they are gonna be okay together. That they’re gonna grow together.

Speaking of Rusty, we ended with him as the President of the frat, with this new, beautiful girlfriend. The world has completely changed for Rusty from when we first met him as this little geeky little brother. Tell me about that — why you decided to give him this awesome amazing life that he totally deserved?
It was tough because I wanted to show growth in Rusty as well. I wanted to push the characters as far forward for me as possible, knowing that I’m never going to get to write them again. To me, it was to have the experience of seeing them grow up and know that they’re gonna be okay in my mind. With Rusty, I wanted to grow him up. I was inclined to make him the cool guy, to make him the Cappie guy, but it felt false and it felt like a bad message to say that Rusty has to completely change to be worthy of a happy ending for himself. So I kind of liked retaining a little bit of his nerdiness, but to also show a little more confidence in him. When we started talking about a Rusty/Ashleigh relationship — which we’ve always kind of hinted on in the past, but was never kind of truly my original vision for those two characters — it was that we need to step Rusty up enough to make him worthy of somebody like Ashleigh, to make him worthy of the presidency, but still maintaining who he is. With the finale, in my mind, I thought of transformation in the identity of Kappa Tau under Rusty’s leadership, to say that this is a bit of an underdog fraternity, but with the spirit of Rusty to say, we can get through anything. Cappie was always avoiding trying and being the cool slacker place, and with Rusty at the helm, this fraternity is going to embody Rusty’s spirit. So I was happy where we ended him without having to completely change him.

Did you mean for the ending to seem like the beginning of a spinoff?
Not consciously. When it looked like we were done at the end of the third season, I obviously was very emotional, just about how much I love the show, and how much I love working with everybody. But the thing I was missing the deepest for me personally and selfishly was the characters. I never wanted to end the series with “It’s done,” final nail in the coffin. It’s probably a little open-ended in my mind just so the characters can live on in my imagination. And should there be a spin-off, so be it! But yeah, I just didn’t want to end their lives in this. I wanted to feel that there was a progression and a continuation for all of them. In saying that I hope there could be a spin-off, it’s certainly not from feeling that the network is ending us abruptly. They didn’t — they gave us this final ten to wrap up the series, which again, meant so much to me, it meant so much to the cast, everybody came back with this appreciation of this final ten. Because you don’t get that in TV. I don’t want to burden them with more red cups being sent in again and again.

Let’s talk Dale and Laura.
You know, I wanted — when we were looking at this is the final ten, we talked about, What did everybody want by the end of this? And I felt like we never really got into Dale, as much as I would have liked to over all the time. When you’re juggling eight characters — I loved the stuff we did with him, but we never really got into his romantic life. And I liked the idea of this guy saying, “I need to find the best girl, because I need to get married before I graduate from college.” I grew up in Texas and went to school in Texas, and I know in my time period, a lot of people were getting married during college. And I liked him putting that pressure on finding Mrs. Dale Ian Kettlewell, and he had two years to do it — which also felt like a nice motivation for him to get into a fraternity, which he had always been on the periphery during the series. And with Laura, I just love the character, I love the actress, I loved just how snarky and mean she was. It just seemed like that would be the perfect girl that Dale would end up with in a way that would challenge him, as opposed to getting somebody who’s a little too subservient, too sweet. So there was always something that I really liked about the fire in their relationship, and that they didn’t like each other but they wanted to be with each other.

So in your mind, did they get married?
I don’t know if they did. I don’t know, I haven’t given too much through past where we ended [all the couples], I guess.

What about with Evan? I felt like he really ended on an uncertain note.
With Evan, I always felt interested in what would be the thing that would make him friends with Cappie, and I feel like Casey was always there, and his feelings for Casey would always be there. I felt like by the end of the series I wanted to see him get over Casey Cartwright, like, officially. And I also wanted to see that story of him coming to terms with his parents and the limitations of their relationship in a way that he’d stop acting out from that. And I also liked finding an occupation for him that he could focus all of his darker energy on something that is productive, which is a lawyer, from time to time. But he was able to find something productive or constructive with that ability to look past the means and get to the end, and that’s real. That’s adult life sometimes. So with him, I did see — I will say that I did see Evan and Rebecca getting back together. I wanted to keep it a little bit open just so that it wasn’t, everybody take the hand of their partner and do the curtain call at the end, with your respective mate. But I always did imagine that those two worked really well together and that they could grow up together and benefit from each other.

Evan ended the most “adult” character, I think.
I can’t help but read the message boards and people’s response, and I know that they’re upset right now to see him be such a jerk and how harsh he was to Rebecca. But I wanted to earn that dip to make his rise feel that much more exciting, to be an adult and a grownup.

So tell me about Cappie’s name and his major. They were finally revealed. It sort of reminds me of finding out Big’s name was John on Sex and the City.
Yes, yes. There was just something in Captain John Paul Jones and “only begun to fight” — I kind of just liked a little bit of, as an anthem. His name was something I had never really considered at the beginning. He was always just “Cappie” to me. And then when people started to say, like, “What’s his real name?” and I was like, “I never thought of his real name. he’s Cappie.” So I wanted to have something that was meaningful, and as the episodes went on and people were like, “What’s his name? What’s his name? We have to know!” I was like, “Oh my, God, this has got to be good.”  What I came to in that name was — and what I wanted the end of this to be — was a bit of an anthem for our millennial audience we’ve been so aware of through the run of the series. Things are rough right now. There are no jobs, but keeping that fighting spirit and say, “We can get through this together” was the thing I really liked in his name. [It] kind of brought that all together for me. And that he does have that spirit, that he’s only begun to fight, that he’s always going to be living the life that he wants to live as opposed to just slipping into complacency. When we talked about Cappie growing up, I was like, I will never imagine Cappie in a Volvo, coming home from work with a briefcase. I would sooner be happy seeing him sell sandals on the beach than see him just fall into a normal, ordinary life of adulthood. So that’s one thing I’ve seen in my mind past the series.

Were there any big reject names?
The big reject name was John Smith. The obvious reject is because it’s too close to my name, which I was worried that people would see it as the arrogance of putting myself in the show. [Laughs] But the thing I liked about it was that his name was too ordinary for his spirit. For who he was, he was too big for a John Smith, so he would forever be Cappie. And also the John Smith of it as well, and as you called out Big, I was like “Ugh, I don’t want to be too close to that,” because that was just an ordinary thing. In Cappie’s character, I love the struggle for the kid growing up, saying, “I don’t want to be a normal person.” In that Breakfast Club kind of way, I don’t want to grow old and have my heart die. I want to keep my heart alive, and I want to enjoy every second of it. But him having a name that wasn’t worthy of that energy — with no disrespect to the John Smiths of the world.

Cue the hate mail from John Smiths.
[Laughs]

Do you have a favorite pop culture comedic moment? Honestly, I’ll never forget Star Wars sex.
I’m going to get hate mail from John Smith and George Lucas. That was something that we tried so desperately to get into the third season, and that was like, coming into the fourth season and when I thought we were done before, there were all these things that I was like, “Aw, I always wanted to do that, we never did a toga party…” Just before we even started the room in the fourth season, I took time to write down a list of all the stuff that I wanted to do and felt bad that we didn’t have a chance to do. So we brought that into this ten. But the Star Wars thing I loved. Dale’s speech during the U Sag battles in courts to keep the Greek system with the restriction, and how he [channeled] Howard Dean, and waved his arms, and sweat stains. That was something I could walk a million times over. Catherine, this season, just was so funny, and anything I would watch her do would just kill me, and the repartee that Catherine and Casey had in the later years was brilliant.

Was there anything on the list you didn’t get to do?
There was one thing that one of the writers on staff, Matt Whitney, was pushing the entire time that I thought would be really funny. The beer pong world championship, and the idea of them going to face off with all these different beer pong champions seemed kind of like an interesting world to get into and fun.

So what’s next?
This is my first experience developing, so there’s a lot of stuff that I want to do. I had a script come in with Imagine Television which I’m thoroughly excited about. I’m just the biggest Friday Night Lights and Parenthood fan. So nothing definite, but a lot of irons in the fire, so to speak.

(Additional reporting by Maggie Pehanick and Hillary Busis)

Greek Season 3 Chapter 6 Spoilers!

Spencer Grammer says that Joel (Mad Men’s Sam Page) definitely has an ulterior motive: “He encourages Casey to go to law school and helps her realize the things she wants to do,” she says. “When Casey realizes that Cappie isn’t as excited about the future as she is, there might be something that happens with Joel.” (TV Guide)

Greek – Episode 3.11 – I Know What You Did Last Semester – Synopsis

The ZBZ ladies try to cover their tracks after the Gamma Psi house burns down; Rusty has difficulties in his position as pledge educator; Casey plans a Fairytale Ball to raise funds. Source: SpoilerTV

Greek – Episode 3.12 – Pride & Punishment – Casting Call

  • [DANA] 18-20, Female – An intelligent, quirky up-talker who tends to hide behind her hair, she rivals Rusty in the brains and clumsiness department. A nerdy girl who wants to pair off romantically with another nerd…POSSIBLE RECURRING CO-STAR
  • [ERIKA MILLER] 19-21, FEMALE – A pretty, breathtaking dream girl in a Tri-Pi shirt…CO-STAR
  • [PROFESSOR CLARISSA HAWN] 30, FEMALE – A young, trendy Marketing Professor, she wears hip short bangs and looks like a student. A famously easy A who wants everyone to like her, she teaches a “Marketing For Dummies” class…CO-STAR
  • [PROFESSOR DABIA] 40, MALE – An unsexy gay man, he’s the teacher of the wildly popular Human Sexuality class…CO-STAR
  • [T.A.] Early 20’s, FEMALE – A T.A. for Professor Dabia’s Human Sexuality class…CO-STAR
  • [ANOTHER SORORITY GIRL] 18-21 FEMALE – A Sorority girl at an event at Doblers…CO-STAR
    Source: SpoilerTV

Greek – Episode 3.14 – The Tortoise and the Hair – Casting Call

  • [JOEL] Just 30 MALE…Super-cute, smart, dedicated and accessible (“McDreamy with a law degree”), Joel is a local campaign manager for a congresswoman. He worked for three years on the Hill with Rebecca’s father….RECURRING GUEST STAR – PLEASE SUBMIT ALL ETHNICITIES
  • [DEAN BURTON] 50’s MALE…A short, slightly disheveled, very enthusiastic professorial type (think Wallace Shawn), Dean Burton is a Dean with the college’s Engineering Department. He’s very eager for CRU to have the opportunity to increase its prestige (not to mention the chance to say “Suck it” to M.I.T.)…CO-STAR – PLEASE SUBMIT ALL ETHNICITIES
  • [DAVID FANNING] 40s MALE… dapper, British, David Fanning is a journalist for EW–that’s Engineering Weekly–who’s on campus to conduct an interview. A pleasant guy, he’s a bit David Frost to Dr. Hasting’s Richard Nixon…CO-STAR – PLEASE SUBMIT ALL ETHINICITIES
  • [HUNTER] 20-22 MALE… this super-sexy, flirty guy has something just a bit pervy about him…CO-STAR – PLEASE SUBMIT ALL ETHINICITIES
  • [MIDDLE AGED GUY] 40’s MALE…This middle aged guy works for Joel in the local campaign office…CO-STAR – PLEASE SUBMIT ALL ETHINICITIES
    Source: SpoilerTV

Greek – Episode 3.15 – Love, Actually, Possibly, Maybe…Or Not – Casting Call

  • [TABITHA] 18-21 FEMALE, this cute redhead is intrigued and flattered when Rusty approaches her with some Valentine’s candy hearts…CO-STAR.
  • [NURSE] 40s. This female nurse assists some college students at the hospital ER…CO-STAR. SUBMIT ALL ETHNICITIES
    Source: SpoilerTV

Greek – Episode 3.16 – Your Friends And Neighbors – Casting Call

  • [MARGIE HILGENDORF] 40s FEMALE – An affable working mom and wife to Tom Hilgendorf, a CRU professor. Margie is a new neighbor to the KT House, and she pretty much just wants them to clean up the assorted tons of crap that’s been dumped in her yard during the last 20 years…CO-STAR
  • [HANNAH HILGENDORF] 18 or legal 18 to play 16 (emancipated is ok). FEMALE, the daughter of Tom and Margie Hilgendorf, a cute, fun-loving high school student who loves crashing college parties…CO-STAR
  • [DEWEY] 18-19 MALE, a freshman pledge at the KT House, with neither the brightest mind nor the hardest body…POSSIBLE RECURRING CO-STAR; PLEASE SUBMIT ALL ETHNICITIES
  • [SUNNY] 20-22 FEMALE – Casey’s Freshman year roommate, Sunny is just like her name: cheerful, shining, perpetually upbeat, maddeningly perky…CO-STAR; PLEASE SUBMIT ALL ETHNICITIES
    Source: SpoilerTV

Greek – Episode 3.17 – The Big Easy Does It – Casting Call

  • [PROCTOR] Late 20s, male or female. He or she administers the LSAT at the testing center and wishes everyone luck…CO-STAR. SUBMIT ALL ETHNICITIES.
  • [PARTYGOER] 20-21, male, he screams happily at the KT House’s Mardi Gras party…CO-STAR. SUBMIT ALL ETHNICITIES. Source: SpoilerTV

Greek – Episode 3.18 – Camp Buy Me Love – Casting Call

  • [TOBIAS] LATE 40s TO EARLY 50S, MALE – Cappie’s (Scott Michael Foster) dad, a free spirited, funny man who loves life and vegan cuisine. He is a non-conformist who is always bucking the system. Tobias is the kind of dad that everyone wishes were their’s; no rules, spontaneous trips, always has something to teach…GUEST STAR
  • [APRIL] LATE 40s TO EARLY 50S, FEMALE – Cappie’s (Scott Michael Foster) mom, a free spirited, very caring woman who lives her life simply and in the pursuit of spiritual enlightenment. April is the kind of mom that everyone wishes were their’s; no rules, loving advice, honest soul…GUEST STAR
    Source: SpoilerTV

Greek – Episode 3.19 – The First Last – Casting Call

  • [ADAM] Male.. 18 or legal 18 to play 16 (emancipated is okay). Clean-cut, shy and a bit nervous, he is a member of Dale’s church who meets with Calvin to talk about a sensitive subject…CO-STAR. SUBMIT ALL ETHNICITIES
  • [ELIANA HERNANDEZ] 18-22, Venezuelan, this intimidatingly gorgeous Gamma Psi sister with model looks, a transfer from UCLA, speaks in broken English and competes in a beauty pageant. Must speak with an accent…CO-STAR.
    Source: SpoilerTV

Greek – Episode 3.20 – All Children…Grow Up – Casting Call

  • [OFFICER NIXON] In his 40s… a tough-as-nails Myrtle Beach cop, he’s astonished by some fraternity antics and shuts down a raucous party…CO-STAR. SUBMIT ALL ETHNICITIES
  • [FAITH FLOWERS] In her 30s, from New York, observant and fabulous-looking, she’s a trend forecaster who documents new trends…CO-STAR. SUBMIT ALL ETHNICITIES
  • [CUTE GUY] Mid to late 20s, male, he works with Faith Flowers…CO-STAR. SUBMIT ALL ETHNICITIES
  • [MAILWOMAN] This by-the-book, sarcastic mailwoman is unmoved by Casey’s plight…CO-STAR. SUBMIT ALL ETHNICITIES
  • [MAFIOSO DRUG LORD] In his 40s, intimidating and intense, he threatens the Omega Chis and orders them away from his beach house…CO-STAR
  • [TWENTYSOMETHING GUY] An energetic, 20-something bartender at Tijuana Tony’s, he flunked out of law school…CO-STAR. SUBMIT ALL ETHNICITIES
  • [TEDDY THE BOUNCER] 30s, male, a bouncer at Tijuana Tony’s, he comes over to kick a couple of customers out, claiming that the band doesn’t like them…CO-STAR. SUBMIT ALL ETHNICITIES
  • [HOT GUY] Early to mid 20s, male, this hot guy approaches Ashleigh when she’s down, but is pushed aside…CO-STAR. SUBMIT ALL ETHNICITIE
  • [SAMANTHA] Mid 20s, female, a pretty law student, conservative, blue-blooded…CO-STAR. SUBMIT ALL ETHNICITIES
    Source: SpoilerTV

Greek New Season 3 Spoilers: Will Casey End Up with Cappie or Evan

Greek Season 3 HD Trailer

Calvin & Grant (GREEK Season 3 sneak peak)

ABC Family Greek – Episode 3×01 – The Day After – Promo

ABC Family Greek – The Love Triangle Continues – Casey and Cappie talk about Season 3

Greek Season 3 Premiere – Class is Back in Session!

Greek – Episode 3.01 – The Day After – Promotional Photos

GREEK- “The Day After” – The students at CRU feel the ramifications of the Kappa Tau’s “End of the World” Party, on the Season Premiere of “GREEK” airing MONDAY, AUGUST 31 (9:00 – 10:00 p.m., ET/PT) on ABC Family. (ABC FAMILY/KAREN NEAL) SPENCER GRAMMER, JACOB ZACHAR


(Copyright © 2008 ABC, Inc. / SCOTT GARFIELD)

Greek – Episode 3.01 – The Day After – Press Release

CYPRUS RHODES STUDENTS RECOVER FROM THE END OF THE WORLD PARTY, WHILE CAPPIE PONDERS HIS FUTURE WITH CASEY IN AN ALL NEW SEASON OF“GREEK,” PREMIERING MONDAY, AUGUST 31 ON ABC FAMILY

New Guest Stars for the Season Include Olivia Munn (“Attack of the Show!”)as Lana, Olesya Rulin (“High School Musical”) as Abby, Kadeem Hardison (“A Different World”) as Brian Howard, and Tom Amandes (“Everwood”) as Jack , Thomas Calabro (“Melrose Place”) Returns as Senator Ken Logan

Burbank, CA (Monday, July 27, 2009) – ABC Family presents another semester of theme parties, sisterhood rivalry and – oh yeah – making the grades with an all new season of “Greek,” premiering Monday, August 31 (9:00 – 10:00PM ET/PT). The series will return with ten all-new episodes airing through November.

“Greek” picks up where it left off, with the events from last season’s “End of the World” party dramatically revealing themselves in the first episode entitled “The Day After.” After learning of Max’s departure, Cappie (Scott Michael Foster) wonders if he made the right decision by telling Casey he wasn’t interested in giving their relationship another chance, while Casey (Spencer Grammer) struggles with the aftermath of Cappie’s unexpected rejection; Rebecca’s (Dilshad Vadsaria) late night kiss with a mystery man can’t stay a secret for too long; and Rusty (Jacob Zachar) risks failing in o-chem and losing his honor status, while roommate Dale (Clark Duke) faces a huge moral dilemma.

And if campus drama weren’t enough, add family dynamics to the mix as ZBZ celebrates father-daughter weekend, with guest stars Kadeem Hardison (Ashleigh’s father, Brian), Thomas Calabro (Rebecca’s father, Senator Ken Logan), Tom Amandes (Jordan’s father, Jack) and Jerry Lambert (Casey’s father, Russell.)

Thanks to their less than stellar pledge class, the ZBZ house also begins sliding in the ranks among the other sorority houses. Casey, Rebecca and Ashleigh do everything they can to maintain their status as one of the top houses at Cyprus Rhodes. ZBZ pledge Abby (Olesya Rulin) drives Casey crazy when she expresses her disappointment in the lack of party invites and questions the sorority’s relationship with the popular fraternities.

Also, a new hottie waitress, Lana (Olivia Munn), hits the Cyprus-Rhodes scene and captures the eye of a big man on campus.

Source: ABC

Greek – Episode 3.02 – Our Fathers – Promotional Photos

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Greek – Episode 3.02 – Our Fathers – Press Release

LIKE FATHER, LIKE DAUGHTER? THE ZBZ FATHERS VISIT CAMPUS FOR THE WEEKEND, ADDING MORE FUEL TO AN EXPLOSIVE SISTERHOOD FIGHT, IN AN ALL-NEW EPISODE OF “GREEK,” PREMIERING MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 7 ON ABC FAMILY

Kadeem Hardison (“A Different World”) Guest Stars as Ashleigh’s Father, Brian Howard;
Tom Amandes (“Everwood”) Guest Stars as Jordan’s Father, Jack;
Thomas Calabro (“Melrose Place”) returns as Rebecca’s Father, Senator Ken Logan

Casey solves the mystery of the man Rebecca locked lips with during the End of the World party and tries to keep it a secret. But Rebecca admits to the scandal herself, causing a huge fight amongst the ladies of the ZBZ house. When their fathers arrive for the Daddy/Daughter weekend, they wind up getting pulled into the drama! Find out which guy’s smooch caused so much drama in an all new episode of the ABC Family hit series “Greek,” premiering Monday, September 7, 2009 (9:00 – 10:00 PM ET/PT). The episode, entitled “Our Fathers,” was directed by Patrick Norris and written by Jessica O’Toole & Amy Rardin.

Meanwhile, Rusty is nervous about impressing Jordan’s father who expects a jock over a science nerd. Rusty goes against Calvin’s advice and tries to win him over by playing aggressively during a game of flag football leading to painful results!

Upset over the loss of his virginity, Dale visits his pastor to seek forgiveness, which leads him and Cappie on a journey to explore different religions. They wind up meeting a Catholic schoolgirl, Mary-Elyse, whom both guys are interested in for very different reasons.

Source: ABC Family

Greek – Episode 3.03 – The Half-Naked Gun – Promotional Photos

Greek – Episode 3.03 – The Half-Naked Gun – Press Release

LOVE IS A BATTLEFIELD!
AS THE GOTCHA GAME COMES TO A CLOSE, RUSTY AND JORDAN REALIZE THEY’RE THE ONLY TWO LEFT IN THE GAME, IN AN ALL NEW EPISODE OF “GREEK,” PREMIERING MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14 ON ABC FAMILY

Nora Kirkpatrick (“Dorm Life”) Guest Stars as the Panhellenic President, Katherine

Burbank, CA (Tuesday, August 25) – As Rusty and Jordan are awkwardly deciding when to take their relationship to the next level, the Gotcha Game comes between them as the final two players left in the game. Cappie becomes Rusty’s bodyguard and Rebecca becomes Jordan’s, as the happy couple battle it out so their house can win the game. Who will pull the trigger first? Find out in an all new episode of the ABC Family hit series “Greek,” premiering Monday, September 14, 2009 (9:00 – 10:00 PM ET/PT). The episode, entitled “The Half-Naked Gun,” was directed by Michael Lange and written by Roger Grant.

Casey takes over as the ZBZ Panhellenic delegate, butting heads with the president, Katherine (Nora Kirkpatrick), over the annual “Undie Run”. After Katherine has the event canceled, Casey uses Evan’s help to get enough signatures to overturn the decision and save the traditional event. Casey turns the run into a charity cause by donating everyone’s clothes to the homeless.

Meanwhile, Calvin and Grant are trying desperately to find some alone time so they can be together away from their raucous Omega Chi brothers. In the end, they decide to leave campus for a romantic dinner, but are surprised when Evan is one of their waiters!

Source: ABC

Greek – Episode 3.04 – High and Dry – Press Release

EVAN AND CASEY ARE LEFT HIGH AND DRY IN AN ALL NEW EPISODE
OF “GREEK,” PREMIERING MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21 ON ABC FAMILY

Featuring Leslie-Anne Huff as Whitney
Nora Kirkpatrick (“Dorm Life”) returns as the Panhellenic President, Katherine

It’s Dry Weekend at Cyprus Rhodes University, and Casey plans a non-alcohol party night amongst all of the houses. But when she and Evan are partnered together to patrol each of the houses for signs of any prohibited beverages, they each have a brownie at the Psi Phi house – unaware of its secret ingredient – causing them to hide out in the ZBZ bathroom until the effects wear off. Meanwhile, Ashleigh frantically tries to find Casey, and Fisher offers to help, making her further question whether or not she should take him back. Tune in for an all new episode of the ABC Family hit series “Greek,” premiering Monday, September 21, 2009 (9:00 – 10:00 PM ET/PT). The episode, entitled “High and Dry,” was written by Casey Johnson & David Windsor and directed by Shawn Piller.

Grant’s high school girlfriend, Whitney (played by Leslie-Anne Huff), surprises Grant (and Calvin!) by visiting for his birthday. Calvin enlists Rebecca’s help on a double date as he patiently waits for Grant to tell Whitney the truth about himself.

Rusty learns that he earned a new nickname in the engineering school because of his slipping grades. He decides to approach the infamous Dr. Larsen at his book signing event to see if he will sponsor Rusty in an experiment. Cappie joins him for moral support and attempts to flirt with the engineering girls.
Source: ABC

General Spoilers

By the end of the show’s current 10Preview-episode run, Casey will be in a committed, long-term relationship with either Cappie or Evan. (Michael Ausiello)

Ashleigh and Casey are having big problems this season. Amber Stevens says, “Their friendship will be tested. [The fight] won’t last too long, but they are definitely unhappy with each other and have to figure out if they can make their friendship work. Ashleigh is mad at a lot of people next season.” (Watch With Kristin)

Dilshad Vadsaria teases, “There’s a whole Comic-Con episode. There are aliens involved.” (Watch With Kristin)

Dilshad Vadsaria talking about the new season: “We start where we left off and there’s flashbacks to the End of the World party that show the audience things no one knew about in the season finale. Every character is affected by what happens at this party. Rebecca did something really bad to a friend. She really hurt a really good friend, so she’s trying to make up for it. It’s somebody who she cares about, and Rebecca doesn’t do that for everybody. In this case, Rebecca is actually apologetic, and she does truly feel bad and tries to redeem herself. Maybe not in the best way, but she tries.” (Watch With Kristin)

Amber Stevens talking about the new season: “Something big has happened at the End of the World party, and it will cause some problems between Ashleigh and Fisher [Andrew West]. Ashleigh will have Fisher on a short leash for a little while, while they try to figure out if their relationship is worth salvaging. Something does happen where they are going to have some problems between the two of them.” (Watch With Kristin)

Amber Stevens talking about the ZBZ house this season: “What’s going on with the ZBZ house is that they’re no longer No. 1 on campus. There’s a possibility of making the house No. 1 again, and it all falls on Ashleigh, and she doesn’t know what the hell she’s doing. She doesn’t have any experience and never even asked to be the president. She has no idea what her duties entail and that gets her in trouble with the new pledges in the house. She is asking Casey all the time for help, and just trying to figure out what to do.” (Watch With Kristin)

Is Cappie going to come to his senses and be with Casey? The question will be answered this season. You’ll have to wait a little bit to really get into what’s going to happen, but first episode back Casey and Cappie are going to figure it out. You’ll get some sort of answer right at the beginning of the season. I don’t know that Ashleigh really approves Cappie for Casey, but she knows they’re meant for each other. (Watch With Kristin)

There are no specific love interests for Rebecca, but there might be a little spark that doesn’t necessarily come to fruition. They want to see where that goes and where they’re going to take that relationship, but there is a spark. I think now you’re going to see Rebecca figuring out that she’s in the house and in college, so she’s going to have fun. There are things that she does, and you kind of wish you could do it. She’s going to be that girl. (Watch With Kristin)

The friendship with Cappie and Evan [Jake McDorman]—they are trying to figure out if they can be friends with each other. Also, the relationship that Calvin [Paul James] gets into takes you through the season. (Watch With Kristin)

Ashleigh has an arc on how she perceives people. You have Rusty’s [Jacob Zachar] relationship, not just with Jordan [Johanna Braddy], who is his love interest. Rusty and Dale’s [Clark Duke] relationship goes to a place where you really didn’t think Rusty and Dale could ever go to. I think every character is given something. Also, the Kappa Tau and Omega Chi relationship—definitely with the season finale—that’s going to be huge. (Watch With Kristin)

Olivia Munn causes a love dispute between some of the boys on the show; she starts somewhat of a triangle with the boys. Nora Kirkpatrick comes on the show as one of the Panhellenic leaders, and she’s really funny. She and Spencer have a lot of scenes together. [Charisma Carpenter] won’t be back this season. Not yet, so far. (Watch With Kristin)

Greek Season 3 Chapter 5 Spoilers!

Greek Season 3 HD Trailer

Calvin & Grant (GREEK Season 3 sneak peak)

ABC Family Greek – Episode 3×01 – The Day After – Promo

ABC Family Greek – The Love Triangle Continues – Casey and Cappie talk about Season 3

Greek Season 3 Premiere – Class is Back in Session!

Greek – Episode 3.01 – The Day After – Promotional Photos

GREEK- “The Day After” – The students at CRU feel the ramifications of the Kappa Tau’s “End of the World” Party, on the Season Premiere of “GREEK” airing MONDAY, AUGUST 31 (9:00 – 10:00 p.m., ET/PT) on ABC Family. (ABC FAMILY/KAREN NEAL) SPENCER GRAMMER, JACOB ZACHAR


(Copyright © 2008 ABC, Inc. / SCOTT GARFIELD)

Greek – Episode 3.01 – The Day After – Press Release

CYPRUS RHODES STUDENTS RECOVER FROM THE END OF THE WORLD PARTY, WHILE CAPPIE PONDERS HIS FUTURE WITH CASEY IN AN ALL NEW SEASON OF“GREEK,” PREMIERING MONDAY, AUGUST 31 ON ABC FAMILY

New Guest Stars for the Season Include Olivia Munn (“Attack of the Show!”)as Lana, Olesya Rulin (“High School Musical”) as Abby, Kadeem Hardison (“A Different World”) as Brian Howard, and Tom Amandes (“Everwood”) as Jack , Thomas Calabro (“Melrose Place”) Returns as Senator Ken Logan

Burbank, CA (Monday, July 27, 2009) – ABC Family presents another semester of theme parties, sisterhood rivalry and – oh yeah – making the grades with an all new season of “Greek,” premiering Monday, August 31 (9:00 – 10:00PM ET/PT). The series will return with ten all-new episodes airing through November.

“Greek” picks up where it left off, with the events from last season’s “End of the World” party dramatically revealing themselves in the first episode entitled “The Day After.” After learning of Max’s departure, Cappie (Scott Michael Foster) wonders if he made the right decision by telling Casey he wasn’t interested in giving their relationship another chance, while Casey (Spencer Grammer) struggles with the aftermath of Cappie’s unexpected rejection; Rebecca’s (Dilshad Vadsaria) late night kiss with a mystery man can’t stay a secret for too long; and Rusty (Jacob Zachar) risks failing in o-chem and losing his honor status, while roommate Dale (Clark Duke) faces a huge moral dilemma.

And if campus drama weren’t enough, add family dynamics to the mix as ZBZ celebrates father-daughter weekend, with guest stars Kadeem Hardison (Ashleigh’s father, Brian), Thomas Calabro (Rebecca’s father, Senator Ken Logan), Tom Amandes (Jordan’s father, Jack) and Jerry Lambert (Casey’s father, Russell.)

Thanks to their less than stellar pledge class, the ZBZ house also begins sliding in the ranks among the other sorority houses. Casey, Rebecca and Ashleigh do everything they can to maintain their status as one of the top houses at Cyprus Rhodes. ZBZ pledge Abby (Olesya Rulin) drives Casey crazy when she expresses her disappointment in the lack of party invites and questions the sorority’s relationship with the popular fraternities.

Also, a new hottie waitress, Lana (Olivia Munn), hits the Cyprus-Rhodes scene and captures the eye of a big man on campus.

Source: ABC

Greek – Episode 3.02 – Our Fathers – Promotional Photos

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Greek – Episode 3.02 – Our Fathers – Press Release

LIKE FATHER, LIKE DAUGHTER? THE ZBZ FATHERS VISIT CAMPUS FOR THE WEEKEND, ADDING MORE FUEL TO AN EXPLOSIVE SISTERHOOD FIGHT, IN AN ALL-NEW EPISODE OF “GREEK,” PREMIERING MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 7 ON ABC FAMILY

Kadeem Hardison (“A Different World”) Guest Stars as Ashleigh’s Father, Brian Howard;
Tom Amandes (“Everwood”) Guest Stars as Jordan’s Father, Jack;
Thomas Calabro (“Melrose Place”) returns as Rebecca’s Father, Senator Ken Logan

Casey solves the mystery of the man Rebecca locked lips with during the End of the World party and tries to keep it a secret. But Rebecca admits to the scandal herself, causing a huge fight amongst the ladies of the ZBZ house. When their fathers arrive for the Daddy/Daughter weekend, they wind up getting pulled into the drama! Find out which guy’s smooch caused so much drama in an all new episode of the ABC Family hit series “Greek,” premiering Monday, September 7, 2009 (9:00 – 10:00 PM ET/PT). The episode, entitled “Our Fathers,” was directed by Patrick Norris and written by Jessica O’Toole & Amy Rardin.

Meanwhile, Rusty is nervous about impressing Jordan’s father who expects a jock over a science nerd. Rusty goes against Calvin’s advice and tries to win him over by playing aggressively during a game of flag football leading to painful results!

Upset over the loss of his virginity, Dale visits his pastor to seek forgiveness, which leads him and Cappie on a journey to explore different religions. They wind up meeting a Catholic schoolgirl, Mary-Elyse, whom both guys are interested in for very different reasons.

Source: ABC Family

Greek – Episode 3.03 – The Half-Naked Gun – Promotional Photos

Greek – Episode 3.03 – The Half-Naked Gun – Press Release

LOVE IS A BATTLEFIELD!
AS THE GOTCHA GAME COMES TO A CLOSE, RUSTY AND JORDAN REALIZE THEY’RE THE ONLY TWO LEFT IN THE GAME, IN AN ALL NEW EPISODE OF “GREEK,” PREMIERING MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14 ON ABC FAMILY

Nora Kirkpatrick (“Dorm Life”) Guest Stars as the Panhellenic President, Katherine

Burbank, CA (Tuesday, August 25) – As Rusty and Jordan are awkwardly deciding when to take their relationship to the next level, the Gotcha Game comes between them as the final two players left in the game. Cappie becomes Rusty’s bodyguard and Rebecca becomes Jordan’s, as the happy couple battle it out so their house can win the game. Who will pull the trigger first? Find out in an all new episode of the ABC Family hit series “Greek,” premiering Monday, September 14, 2009 (9:00 – 10:00 PM ET/PT). The episode, entitled “The Half-Naked Gun,” was directed by Michael Lange and written by Roger Grant.

Casey takes over as the ZBZ Panhellenic delegate, butting heads with the president, Katherine (Nora Kirkpatrick), over the annual “Undie Run”. After Katherine has the event canceled, Casey uses Evan’s help to get enough signatures to overturn the decision and save the traditional event. Casey turns the run into a charity cause by donating everyone’s clothes to the homeless.

Meanwhile, Calvin and Grant are trying desperately to find some alone time so they can be together away from their raucous Omega Chi brothers. In the end, they decide to leave campus for a romantic dinner, but are surprised when Evan is one of their waiters!

Source: ABC

Greek – Episode 3.04 – High and Dry – Press Release

EVAN AND CASEY ARE LEFT HIGH AND DRY IN AN ALL NEW EPISODE
OF “GREEK,” PREMIERING MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21 ON ABC FAMILY

Featuring Leslie-Anne Huff as Whitney
Nora Kirkpatrick (“Dorm Life”) returns as the Panhellenic President, Katherine

It’s Dry Weekend at Cyprus Rhodes University, and Casey plans a non-alcohol party night amongst all of the houses. But when she and Evan are partnered together to patrol each of the houses for signs of any prohibited beverages, they each have a brownie at the Psi Phi house – unaware of its secret ingredient – causing them to hide out in the ZBZ bathroom until the effects wear off. Meanwhile, Ashleigh frantically tries to find Casey, and Fisher offers to help, making her further question whether or not she should take him back. Tune in for an all new episode of the ABC Family hit series “Greek,” premiering Monday, September 21, 2009 (9:00 – 10:00 PM ET/PT). The episode, entitled “High and Dry,” was written by Casey Johnson & David Windsor and directed by Shawn Piller.

Grant’s high school girlfriend, Whitney (played by Leslie-Anne Huff), surprises Grant (and Calvin!) by visiting for his birthday. Calvin enlists Rebecca’s help on a double date as he patiently waits for Grant to tell Whitney the truth about himself.

Rusty learns that he earned a new nickname in the engineering school because of his slipping grades. He decides to approach the infamous Dr. Larsen at his book signing event to see if he will sponsor Rusty in an experiment. Cappie joins him for moral support and attempts to flirt with the engineering girls.
Source: ABC

General Spoilers

By the end of the show’s current 10-episode run, Casey will be in a committed, long-term relationship with either Cappie or Evan. (Michael Ausiello)

Ashleigh and Casey are having big problems this season. Amber Stevens says, “Their friendship will be tested. [The fight] won’t last too long, but they are definitely unhappy with each other and have to figure out if they can make their friendship work. Ashleigh is mad at a lot of people next season.” (Watch With Kristin)

Dilshad Vadsaria teases, “There’s a whole Comic-Con episode. There are aliens involved.” (Watch With Kristin)

Dilshad Vadsaria talking about the new season: “We start where we left off and there’s flashbacks to the End of the World party that show the audience things no one knew about in the season finale. Every character is affected by what happens at this party. Rebecca did something really bad to a friend. She really hurt a really good friend, so she’s trying to make up for it. It’s somebody who she cares about, and Rebecca doesn’t do that for everybody. In this case, Rebecca is actually apologetic, and she does truly feel bad and tries to redeem herself. Maybe not in the best way, but she tries.” (Watch With Kristin)

Amber Stevens talking about the new season: “Something big has happened at the End of the World party, and it will cause some problems between Ashleigh and Fisher [Andrew West]. Ashleigh will have Fisher on a short leash for a little while, while they try to figure out if their relationship is worth salvaging. Something does happen where they are going to have some problems between the two of them.” (Watch With Kristin)

Amber Stevens talking about the ZBZ house this season: “What’s going on with the ZBZ house is that they’re no longer No. 1 on campus. There’s a possibility of making the house No. 1 again, and it all falls on Ashleigh, and she doesn’t know what the hell she’s doing. She doesn’t have any experience and never even asked to be the president. She has no idea what her duties entail and that gets her in trouble with the new pledges in the house. She is asking Casey all the time for help, and just trying to figure out what to do.” (Watch With Kristin)

Is Cappie going to come to his senses and be with Casey? The question will be answered this season. You’ll have to wait a little bit to really get into what’s going to happen, but first episode back Casey and Cappie are going to figure it out. You’ll get some sort of answer right at the beginning of the season. I don’t know that Ashleigh really approves Cappie for Casey, but she knows they’re meant for each other. (Watch With Kristin)

There are no specific love interests for Rebecca, but there might be a little spark that doesn’t necessarily come to fruition. They want to see where that goes and where they’re going to take that relationship, but there is a spark. I think now you’re going to see Rebecca figuring out that she’s in the house and in college, so she’s going to have fun. There are things that she does, and you kind of wish you could do it. She’s going to be that girl. (Watch With Kristin)

The friendship with Cappie and Evan [Jake McDorman]—they are trying to figure out if they can be friends with each other. Also, the relationship that Calvin [Paul James] gets into takes you through the season. (Watch With Kristin)

Ashleigh has an arc on how she perceives people. You have Rusty’s [Jacob Zachar] relationship, not just with Jordan [Johanna Braddy], who is his love interest. Rusty and Dale’s [Clark Duke] relationship goes to a place where you really didn’t think Rusty and Dale could ever go to. I think every character is given something. Also, the Kappa Tau and Omega Chi relationship—definitely with the season finale—that’s going to be huge. (Watch With Kristin)

Olivia Munn causes a love dispute between some of the boys on the show; she starts somewhat of a triangle with the boys. Nora Kirkpatrick comes on the show as one of the Panhellenic leaders, and she’s really funny. She and Spencer have a lot of scenes together. [Charisma Carpenter] won’t be back this season. Not yet, so far. (Watch With Kristin)

Greek – Episode 3.01 – The Day After – Synopsis

Rusty risks being dropped from the honors program if he cannot raise his grade in organic chemistry; Casey adjusts to single life. Airs: 31st August 2009. Source: SpoilerTV

New Promo of ‘Greek’ Season 3

Casey, Rebecca and Ashleigh do everything they can to maintain their status as one of the top houses at Cyprus Rhodes.

Source: Ace Showbiz

New Promo of 'Greek' Season 3 See larger image Cyprus Rhodes students recover from the End of the World party while Cappie ponders his future with Casey in an all new season of ““. The promo for its third season which is premiering on August 31 has been released, showing Casey confronting Cappie about their status of relationship. “Greek” picks up where it left off. After learning of Max’s departure, Cappie wonders if he made the right decision by telling Casey he wasn’t interested in giving their relationship another chance, while Casey struggles with the aftermath of Cappie’s unexpected rejection. Rebecca’s late night kiss with a mystery man can’t stay a secret for too long, and Rusty risks failing in o-chem and losing his honor status, while roommate Dale faces a huge moral dilemma. Guest stars coming to the third season are Olivia Munn who plays a hot waitress name Lana, Kadeem Hardison (Ashleigh’s father, Brian), Thomas Calabro (Rebecca’s father, Senator Ken Logan), Tom Amandes (Jordan’s father, Jack) and Jerry Lambert (Casey’s father, Russell).

Greek – Episode 3.01 – The Day After – Casting Call

[SECURITY GUARD] Male or female, 30s. This kind but gullible security guard outside the Chemistry building greets Casey and Rusty to let them in, and gives Rusty a candy bar when Rusty fakes being hypo-glycemic (actually, he/she pinches off a piece of the candy with his/her fingers and pushes it into Rusty’s mouth). Later, the security guard discovers Cappie inside the chem building.sptv050769..CO-STAR

[PETER] He is 18, a pale, friendly Canadian resident, complete with accent, who lives on Max’s floor…CO-STAR

Source: SpoilerTV

Greek – Episode 3.03 – The Half-Naked Gun – Casting Call

[KATHERINE] Female, 20-22 years old, the President of Panhellenic (an umbrella organization that supervises all joint sorority activity), Katherine is attractive yet uber-buttoned-up, an overachiever who is dressed casually smart and always manages to get the best of every argument. She’s a no-nonsense type who doesn’t suffer fools and who has future leader written all over her…GUEST STAR. PLEASE SUBMIT ALL ETHNICITIES.

[TARA] Female, 20-22, another delegate to Panhellenic, Tara is delighted when Katherine acknowledges her birthday — but soon her smile fades as Katherine coolly reminds Tara that she forgot to send out a birthday reminder e-mail.sptv050769..CO-STAR. PLEASE SUBMIT ALL ETHNICITIES. Source: SpoilerTV

Greek – Episode 3.04 – High and Dry – Casting Call

[DR. LARSEN] 40s to 50s, male, this professor is the superstar of the Science Department and a best-selling author…ONE-DAY GUEST STAR. PLEASE SUBMIT ALL ETHNICITIES

[WHITNEY] 20 years old, female, cute, bubbly and attractive, in a sweater set and pearls, she comes to visit her boyfriend at CRU…CO-STAR. PLEASE SUBMIT ALL ETHNICITIES

[HILARY] 19-21, female, an attractive, sophisticated science student at Dr. Larsen’s book signing…CO-STAR. PLEASE SUBMIT ALL ETHNICITIES

[ENGINEERING STUDENT] 19-21, male, a nerdy but confident engineering student (“enginerd”)…CO-STAR. PLEASE SUBMIT ALL ETHNICITIES

[SCIENCE GIRL] 19-21, female, she’s a cute science student at Dr. Larsen’s book signing…CO-STAR. PLEASE SUBMIT ALL ETHNICITIES

[PARKER] 19-21, male, he’s a smarmy fraternity brother at the OX House (“think James Spader in any 80s movie”)…CO-STAR. PLEASE SUBMIT ALL ETHNICITIES
Source: SpoilerTV

Greek – Episode 3.05 – Down on Your Luck – Casting Call

[LANA] 22, female, this “beautiful but guarded” young waitress is a late bloomer who doesn’t realize her own allure. She is smart, witty and just a tad abrasive…POSSIBLY RECURRING GUEST STAR. PLEASE SUBMIT ALL ETHNICITIES.

[CLERK] 20s, this clerk at a Greek supply store reluctantly looks in storage for a rare item…CO-STAR. PLEASE SUBMIT ALL ETHNICITIES.

[BUSINESSMAN] 35 to 40, male, this nebbishy, sarcastic businessman is attending a convention at a local hotel. He’s rude to his waiter…CO-STAR. PLEASE SUBMIT ALL ETHNICITIES.

[HOT FIREMAN] 25 to 35, male, this sexy fireman responds to an alarm at a sorority house…CO-STAR. PLEASE SUBMIT ALL ETHNICITIES.

[SOPHIE] 19-21, female, this sorority sister responds indignantly to Ashleigh’s chance comment…CO-STAR. PLEASE SUBMIT ALL ETHNICITIES.

[OX BROTHER] 20, male, this brother tells Evan that the first round is on him.sptv050769..CO-STAR. PLEASE SUBMIT ALL ETHNICITIES.

Source: SpoilerTV

Greek – Episode 3.05 – Down on Your Luck – Casting Call

[ABBY] 18, female, this ZBZ pledge is very pretty in a cute, girl-next-door way. Very sharp and to-the-point, she’s upbeat, polite and just a bit of a pain in the butt…POSSIBLY RECURRING GUEST STAR. PLEASE SUBMIT ALL ETHNICITIES.

Source: SpoilerTV

Greek Season Finale Recap 2.22 “At World’s End” Will Cappie & Casey Get Together?

‘Greek’ Finale: It’s the end of the world as they know it

Source: Zap2it.com Recaps

It’s season finale time on “Greek” and all you loyal fraternal viewers know what that means: it’s time to do the Casey/Cappie dance yet again. Where does all this drama go down? At the “End of the World” party, of course!

Casey’s drama is the main story of the finale, with her fretting over Max’s imminent return which just happens to coincide with the return of her feelings for Cappie. Things seem to be going well with their reunion until Casey falls into an open manhole cover (random!) and somehow this makes her realize that she’s in love with Cappie and has been all along. I know it makes no sense, but just go with it. She finally tells Cappie how she feels and he doesn’t buy it — he thinks she’ll regret choosing him over Max and lays out all of his faults (the ones that she’s so pointedly thrown in his face so many times before). Of course, Max catches them post-conversation and senses the awkwardness, knowing something is up. Cappie gentlemanly falls on the sword and tells Max he was the one hitting on Casey. Aw, Cappie. To her credit, Casey doesn’t lead Max on and tells him that although he’s the perfect guy, he’s not the perfect guy for her. Casey leaves the party alone and Cappie sulks on the roof until Ashleigh confronts him and basically tells him to man up and be with Casey once and for all. The episode ends before we find out what his decision is, so I guess we’ll have to wait until August to see what happens. I for one hope they finally put Casey and Cappie together, because up to this point their relationship has been a lot of tell and no show, and I’m ready to see what they would really be like as a couple. How about you guys?

Panhellenic holds a meeting to punish the Kappa Taus and ZBZ’s for the prank with Frannie’s float. Although the KT’s get off with nothing but a two week social suspension (which won’t even start until after they have an epic “End of the World” party that weekend), Frannie and her minions have it in for Ashleigh and threaten to punish her by reporting the incident to the university, which could result in a suspension for Ash. Holding the girls to a higher standard really just feels like a double standard, now doesn’t it? Even though what they did to the float was a little cruel, Frannie still sucks. Ashleigh goes the blackmail route to get Frannie to back off, but in the end good old fashioned shame is all it takes for Frannie to drop the complaint. In the process, Frannie finally realizes that IKI is a hot mess and disbands the sorority and makes her plans to leave Cyprus-Rhodes for good. I’ve enjoyed Frannie in the past, but her character really has nowhere to go and it’s time for her to leave.

Calvin and Dale spend the episode together trying to avoid having sex with the respective objects of their affection, and generally being hilarious. They even go so far as to take a purity pledge together, although Calvin qualifies his as only being pure of sex with Grant: all other sex is still on the table. Hee. Dale even goes so far as to pretend to be Calvin’s boyfriend in order to throw Grant off track. There is nothing funnier than Dale pretending to be gay, by the way. The purity pledge doesn’t really work for Calvin, though, considering he ends the episode by planting a huge smooch on Grant. Awesome! I am so ready for Calvin to have an actual relationship.

Rusty and Jordan are happy (and even grossly making up a celebrity couple name for themselves) but all their together time is taking its toll on Rusty’s studies. His professor gives him a chance to bring up his grade but Rusty ditches to party with Jordan and the KT’s. I’m sure this will come back to bite him next semester…

Favorite quotes:

  • “We can go. I feel kind of Betsy-ish having a drink at noon.” - Ashley
  • “She is the Energizer seduction bunny.” - Dale
  • “It smells like Hugo Boss and brimstone in here.” – Dale, upon entering Calvin and Grant’s bedroom
  • “Paging Dr. Grey! No wait, you are more like Joey Potter. No, you’re worse. You’re the F-word. Felicity.” – Ashleigh, on Casey’s romantic indecision
  • “But it’s not the end of the world. Don’t you read the scriptures I leave on your pillow? There will be signs!” - Dale

Greek Season Finale Spoilers & Promos 2.22 “At World’s End” & New Season Spoilers!

Episode 2.22: At World’s End (Season finale) Airdate: June 15, 2009

‘Greek’ finale: It’s the end of the world as we know it

Source: Zap2It’s Korbi TV

Grammer_stevensGreek” will close out another killer season this evening and I beg and plead with you all to watch. I mean, we already know the show is returning in August, so it’s not in danger or anything. I just want you to tune in, because “Greek” is such a little gem. My heart was so full last Monday when they not only threw down an “90210”/Emily Valentine reference, but a “Party of Five” nod as well. God bless, “Greek.” So what’s on tap for tonight? Besides shout outs to “Grey’s Anatomy,” “Dawson’s Creek” & “Felicity”? Well, if you’re a spoilerphile, you probably know that it’s a pretty pivotal episode for Cappie and Casey. I may have mentioned that in my “Drinking with Dilshad Vadsaria” post… and Dilshad herself said this is the hour fans have been waiting for forever. But, be advised, the ep does go to black on a cliffhanger, so you’re probably not going to get everything you want this week. Still, there’s some very solid stuff which I doubt you’ll be disappointed by. I can also tell you that Ashleigh’s in serious trouble for last week’s phenomenal float prank., there’s talk of expulsion… and two of this season’s integral players — one of them, a series regular — are making their exits this evening and I don’t know that we’ll see either of them return. Oh, and Dale and Calvin become a couple tonight. Yep. They’ve bonded as a result of their abstinence pledge and one things leads to another…

Question: What’s this I hear about Cappie turning down Casey on Monday’s Greek finale? Finally she comes around, and now this? Why’s Cappie holding out?
Ausiello:
Casey is quickly becoming Greek‘s Joey Potter, what with all the oscillating between men. So who does she finally pick? Assuming the rumor you heard is true, you could say that maybe Cappie doesn’t want to be a Pacey. Maybe he wants Joey to be with her Dawson. Love is complicated, dammit! (Click here for an exclusive sneak peek at the finale.) Source: The Ausiello Files

Preview of ‘Greek’ Season 2 Finale: At World’s End

Source: Ace Showbiz TV News
leads to the decision to find Cappie and utter her true feelings.Experiencing near-death experience, Casey re-thinks about her life that

Preview of 'Greek' Season 2 Finale: At World's End
See larger image The preview for the second season finale of ABC Family’s “” has arrived. In the episode that will air Monday, June 15, Casey falls into a manhole risking her life and almost died. Sent to an emotional tailspin, she makes a huge decision about her relationship with Max and her lingering feelings for Cappie.

Spoiler Alert. The outcome is revealed via a clip released by EW’s Michael Ausiello where Casey edges Cappie into a closet to reveal her feelings. She kisses him and says “Something happened. I almost died, because of that manhole.” They laugh before Casey continues, “But, almost dying in that manhole made me realize that I could die at any time. I could slip in the shower. And I’ve been waiting all this time to feel the way with Max that I’ve always had with you. And if it’s the end of the world, I want to be with you.”

Meanwhile, Ashleigh faces her own punishment with Pan Hellenic after a complaint is lodged by Frannie for the Homecoming Float sabotage. Ashleigh turns to Casey to help fight the charge, but when Casey gets caught up in her own personal drama, she leaves Ashleigh to face Frannie alone.

Dale has trouble keeping his cougar girlfriend’s sexual advances at bay and Calvin tries his best to resist hooking up with his new hot roommate, Grant. Dale convinces Calvin to go in on a “purity pledge” partnership so they can help each resist their most recent temptations.

The third season will take over starting Monday, August 31. Sparing a word about the new chapter is Casey’s depicter who said, “I think the next season coming up we’re going to have a little more, at least for my character, it’s going to be a little more comedy. Maybe a little less love triangle story line. I’ve had like 80 triangles.”

What can you tell us about the Greek finale? Frannie is finally leaving Cyprus Rhodes University, but not before she stirs up some trouble, causing Ashleigh to almost get expelled from school. Also, Calvin becomes the first gay purity club member, just so he won’t sleep with one of his fraternity bros. What Calvin didn’t plan on was Dale pretending to be his boyfriend. Source: Kristin on E!Online

Greek – Official 222 Promo . Season Finale (At Worlds End)

Greek Sneak Peek #1 – GREEK Season Finale – At World’s End

Ashleigh and Casey are at Doblers making small talk when Ash gets a call about a special, last-minute Panhellenic/IFC meeting. But soon talk turns to Casey and Max, and how Case just hasnt been herself lately. Meanwhile, Cappies leading a massive drinking game, and shes just trying to ignore it. Suddenly, she gets a huge surprise.

Spoilery Greek Video Cappie Casey OMFG! – Ausiello TV GREEK Season Finale – EW com

Season 3 Spoilers

Kadeem Hardison (A Different World) has been cast as Ashleigh’s father, Brian Howard, in a season 3 episode. Pops arrives on campus to spend Father-Daughter Weekend at the ZBZ sorority with Ash. Source: EW

It sounds like the third season of Greek will be quite the religious experience. The show is casting the roles of a Mary-Elyse, a flirty Catholic girl who tries to recruit Cappie and Dale, and Pastor Dan, a laid-back minister who helps Dale get over his guilt issues. Season 3 kicks off Aug. 31. Source: EW

Greek – Episode 3.01 – The Day After – Casting Call

[SECURITY GUARD] Male or female, 30s. This kind but gullible security guard outside the Chemistry building greets Casey and Rusty to let them in, and gives Rusty a candy bar when Rusty fakes being hypo-glycemic (actually, he/she pinches off a piece of the candy with his/her fingers and pushes it into Rusty’s mouth). Later, the security guard discovers Cappie inside the chem building.sptv050769..CO-STAR

[PETER] He is 18, a pale, friendly Canadian resident, complete with accent, who lives on Max’s floor…CO-STAR

Source: SpoilerTV

Greek – Episode 3.03 – The Half-Naked Gun – Casting Call

[KATHERINE] Female, 20-22 years old, the President of Panhellenic (an umbrella organization that supervises all joint sorority activity), Katherine is attractive yet uber-buttoned-up, an overachiever who is dressed casually smart and always manages to get the best of every argument. She’s a no-nonsense type who doesn’t suffer fools and who has future leader written all over her…GUEST STAR. PLEASE SUBMIT ALL ETHNICITIES.

[TARA] Female, 20-22, another delegate to Panhellenic, Tara is delighted when Katherine acknowledges her birthday — but soon her smile fades as Katherine coolly reminds Tara that she forgot to send out a birthday reminder e-mail.sptv050769..CO-STAR. PLEASE SUBMIT ALL ETHNICITIES. Source: SpoilerTV

Greek – Episode 3.04 – High and Dry – Casting Call

[DR. LARSEN] 40s to 50s, male, this professor is the superstar of the Science Department and a best-selling author…ONE-DAY GUEST STAR. PLEASE SUBMIT ALL ETHNICITIES

[WHITNEY] 20 years old, female, cute, bubbly and attractive, in a sweater set and pearls, she comes to visit her boyfriend at CRU…CO-STAR. PLEASE SUBMIT ALL ETHNICITIES

[HILARY] 19-21, female, an attractive, sophisticated science student at Dr. Larsen’s book signing…CO-STAR. PLEASE SUBMIT ALL ETHNICITIES

[ENGINEERING STUDENT] 19-21, male, a nerdy but confident engineering student (“enginerd”)…CO-STAR. PLEASE SUBMIT ALL ETHNICITIES

[SCIENCE GIRL] 19-21, female, she’s a cute science student at Dr. Larsen’s book signing…CO-STAR. PLEASE SUBMIT ALL ETHNICITIES

[PARKER] 19-21, male, he’s a smarmy fraternity brother at the OX House (“think James Spader in any 80s movie”)…CO-STAR. PLEASE SUBMIT ALL ETHNICITIES
Source: SpoilerTV

Greek Season Finale Spoilers: Casey & Cappie ‘Social Studies’ & Calvin finds love ‘Isn’t It Bro-Mantic?’

Episode 2.22: At World’s End (Season finale) Airdate: June 15, 2009

Greek – Official 222 Promo . Season Finale (At Worlds End)

Greek Sneak Peek #1 – GREEK Season Finale – At World’s End

Ashleigh and Casey are at Doblers making small talk when Ash gets a call about a special, last-minute Panhellenic/IFC meeting. But soon talk turns to Casey and Max, and how Case just hasnt been herself lately. Meanwhile, Cappies leading a massive drinking game, and shes just trying to ignore it. Suddenly, she gets a huge surprise.

Spoilery Greek Video Cappie Casey OMFG! – Ausiello TV GREEK Season Finale – EW com

Question: What’s this I hear about Cappie turning down Casey on Monday’s Greek finale? Finally she comes around, and now this? Why’s Cappie holding out?
Ausiello:
Casey is quickly becoming Greek‘s Joey Potter, what with all the oscillating between men. So who does she finally pick? Assuming the rumor you heard is true, you could say that maybe Cappie doesn’t want to be a Pacey. Maybe he wants Joey to be with her Dawson. Love is complicated, dammit! (Click here for an exclusive sneak peek at the finale.) Source: The Ausiello Files

Preview of ‘Greek’ Season 2 Finale: At World’s End

Source: Ace Showbiz TV News
leads to the decision to find Cappie and utter her true feelings.Experiencing near-death experience, Casey re-thinks about her life that

Preview of 'Greek' Season 2 Finale: At World's End
See larger image The preview for the second season finale of ABC Family’s “” has arrived. In the episode that will air Monday, June 15, Casey falls into a manhole risking her life and almost died. Sent to an emotional tailspin, she makes a huge decision about her relationship with Max and her lingering feelings for Cappie.

Spoiler Alert. The outcome is revealed via a clip released by EW’s Michael Ausiello where Casey edges Cappie into a closet to reveal her feelings. She kisses him and says “Something happened. I almost died, because of that manhole.” They laugh before Casey continues, “But, almost dying in that manhole made me realize that I could die at any time. I could slip in the shower. And I’ve been waiting all this time to feel the way with Max that I’ve always had with you. And if it’s the end of the world, I want to be with you.”

Meanwhile, Ashleigh faces her own punishment with Pan Hellenic after a complaint is lodged by Frannie for the Homecoming Float sabotage. Ashleigh turns to Casey to help fight the charge, but when Casey gets caught up in her own personal drama, she leaves Ashleigh to face Frannie alone.

Dale has trouble keeping his cougar girlfriend’s sexual advances at bay and Calvin tries his best to resist hooking up with his new hot roommate, Grant. Dale convinces Calvin to go in on a “purity pledge” partnership so they can help each resist their most recent temptations.

The third season will take over starting Monday, August 31. Sparing a word about the new chapter is Casey’s depicter who said, “I think the next season coming up we’re going to have a little more, at least for my character, it’s going to be a little more comedy. Maybe a little less love triangle story line. I’ve had like 80 triangles.”

What can you tell us about the Greek finale? Frannie is finally leaving Cyprus Rhodes University, but not before she stirs up some trouble, causing Ashleigh to almost get expelled from school. Also, Calvin becomes the first gay purity club member, just so he won’t sleep with one of his fraternity bros. What Calvin didn’t plan on was Dale pretending to be his boyfriend. Source: Kristin on E!Online

Greek – Episode 2.22 – At World’s End – Press Release

IT’S THE END OF THE WORLD! WHOM DO YOU WANT TO BE WITH? CASEY AND CAPPIE FACE THAT VERY DECISION IN THE SEASON FINALE OF “GREEK,” MONDAY, JUNE 15 ON ABC FAMILY

Gregory Michael (“Dante’s Cove”) Returns as Grant

The War Tapes Perform at the Kappa Tau’s “End of the World” Party

Season Three Set to Return on Monday, August 31 (9:00 – 10:00 PM ET/PT)

Burbank, CA (Tuesday, May 26, 2009) – After she falls into a manhole risking her life, coupled with the Kappa Tau’s throwing an “End of the World” party, Casey is sent into an emotional tailspin, questioning her relationship with Max and her lingering feelings for Cappie. Whom will she choose to be with at the “end of the world”? Find out in the sophomore season finale of the ABC Family hit series “GREEK,” premiering Monday, June 15, 2009 (8:00 – 9:00 PM ET/PT). The episode, entitled “At World’s End,” was directed by Michael Lange and written by Roger Grant, Jessica O’Toole & Amy Rardin. The third season of “GREEK” is set to return on Monday, August 31 (9:00 – 10:00 PM ET/PT)

Meanwhile, Ashleigh faces her own punishment with Pan Hellenic after a complaint is lodged by Frannie for the Homecoming Float sabotage. Ashleigh turns to Casey to help fight the charge, but when Casey gets caught up in her own personal drama, she leaves Ashleigh to face Frannie alone. And with Dale having trouble keeping his cougar girlfriend’s sexual advances at bay and Calvin trying his best to resist hooking up with his new hot roommate, Grant, Dale convinces Calvin to go in on a “purity pledge” partnership so they can help each resist their most recent temptations.

Source: ABC Family

How about some scoop for the CRU crew?  What’s in store for the Greek finale? Anything on the Cappie-Casey front? Casey (Spencer Grammer) has a near-death experience in the season finale of Greek, which leads her to admitting that she’s in love with Cappie (Scott Michael Foster), but he actually shoots her down. That doesn’t mean she’s staying with Max either though (Hint: Michael Rady is on Melrose Place next season). Source: Kristin on E!Online

The season finale centers around the End of the World Party at KT where the gang is faced with this hypothetical quandary: “If the world were to end tomorrow, what would I want to do?” That paves the way for “some major developments in the Cappie-Casey-Max department,” previews series creator Sean Smith, “as well the return of one of our favorite teachers and the bittersweet departure of one of our favorite snarky sorority sisters.” Source: The Ausiello Files

“The finale has a really good cliffhanger,” Scott Michael Foster (Cappie) revealed at Saturday’s GLAAD Awards in Los Angeles. “And Jesse McCartney plays a really big part of that cliffhanger. It has a lot to do with him and Rusty …. I guess I get some action, too. In my women’s studies class I’m the only guy, so the ladies are like sitting ducks. Of course, he will always be at least partly stuck on Casey.” What’s Casey doing while Cappie’s getting busy? She’s getting busy herself! “She gets a lot of action … from multiple sources,” confirmed Spencer Grammer. “Cappie is her soul mate, but she’s young and she doesn’t always see that.” Source: The Ausiello Files

Season 3 Spoilers

Kadeem Hardison (A Different World) has been cast as Ashleigh’s father, Brian Howard, in a season 3 episode. Pops arrives on campus to spend Father-Daughter Weekend at the ZBZ sorority with Ash. Source: EW

It sounds like the third season of Greek will be quite the religious experience. The show is casting the roles of a Mary-Elyse, a flirty Catholic girl who tries to recruit Cappie and Dale, and Pastor Dan, a laid-back minister who helps Dale get over his guilt issues. Season 3 kicks off Aug. 31. Source: EW

Greek – Episode 3.01 – The Day After – Casting Call

[SECURITY GUARD] Male or female, 30s. This kind but gullible security guard outside the Chemistry building greets Casey and Rusty to let them in, and gives Rusty a candy bar when Rusty fakes being hypo-glycemic (actually, he/she pinches off a piece of the candy with his/her fingers and pushes it into Rusty’s mouth). Later, the security guard discovers Cappie inside the chem building.sptv050769..CO-STAR

[PETER] He is 18, a pale, friendly Canadian resident, complete with accent, who lives on Max’s floor…CO-STAR

Source: SpoilerTV

Greek – Episode 3.03 – The Half-Naked Gun – Casting Call

[KATHERINE] Female, 20-22 years old, the President of Panhellenic (an umbrella organization that supervises all joint sorority activity), Katherine is attractive yet uber-buttoned-up, an overachiever who is dressed casually smart and always manages to get the best of every argument. She’s a no-nonsense type who doesn’t suffer fools and who has future leader written all over her…GUEST STAR. PLEASE SUBMIT ALL ETHNICITIES.

[TARA] Female, 20-22, another delegate to Panhellenic, Tara is delighted when Katherine acknowledges her birthday — but soon her smile fades as Katherine coolly reminds Tara that she forgot to send out a birthday reminder e-mail…CO-STAR. PLEASE SUBMIT ALL ETHNICITIES. Source: SpoilerTV

Greek – Episode 3.04 – High and Dry – Casting Call

[DR. LARSEN] 40s to 50s, male, this professor is the superstar of the Science Department and a best-selling author…ONE-DAY GUEST STAR. PLEASE SUBMIT ALL ETHNICITIES

[WHITNEY] 20 years old, female, cute, bubbly and attractive, in a sweater set and pearls, she comes to visit her boyfriend at CRU…CO-STAR. PLEASE SUBMIT ALL ETHNICITIES

[HILARY] 19-21, female, an attractive, sophisticated science student at Dr. Larsen’s book signing…CO-STAR. PLEASE SUBMIT ALL ETHNICITIES

[ENGINEERING STUDENT] 19-21, male, a nerdy but confident engineering student (“enginerd”)…CO-STAR. PLEASE SUBMIT ALL ETHNICITIES

[SCIENCE GIRL] 19-21, female, she’s a cute science student at Dr. Larsen’s book signing…CO-STAR. PLEASE SUBMIT ALL ETHNICITIES

[PARKER] 19-21, male, he’s a smarmy fraternity brother at the OX House (“think James Spader in any 80s movie”)…CO-STAR. PLEASE SUBMIT ALL ETHNICITIES
Source: SpoilerTV

Episode 2.19: Social Studies Airdate: May 25, 2009

Casey and Cappie’s study group for their Woman’s Studies class takes an awkward turn when not one but two fellow classmates joining them turn out to both be dating Cappie at the same time. How will Cappie escape this predicament? By studying alone with Casey? Meanwhile, when Jordan asks to join Rusty’s Art History study group along with Dale and Calvin, putting her in close contact with Rusty, it causes him to question whether he is capable of being “just friends” with her. And Rebecca turns to Evan to help retrieve her laptop, which has her mid-term paper, from her towed car–leading to quite an entertaining encounter with a guard dog. Source: ABC Family

Preview of ‘Greek’ 2.19: Cappie Stuck Between Two Girls

Source: Ace Showbiz TV News
On the episode ‘Social Studies’, Cappie is torn when finding out that his Woman’s Studies class includes two girls he is dating at the same time.

Preview of 'Greek' 2.19: Cappie Stuck Between Two Girls
See larger image A brand new episode of “” comes on Monday, May 25 under the title “Social Studies”. In the preview which has just been released, Cappie tells Cassie that no other girls in the world compares to her. Casey and Cappie’s study group for their Woman’s Studies class takes an awkward turn when not one but two fellow classmates joining them turn out to both be dating Cappie at the same time. How will Cappie escape this predicament? By studying alone with Casey? Meanwhile, when Jordan asks to join Rusty’s Art History study group along with Dale and Calvin, putting her in close contact with Rusty, it causes him to question whether he is capable of being “just friends” with her. And Rebecca turns to Evan to help retrieve her laptop, which has her mid-term paper, from her towed car-leading to quite an entertaining encounter with a guard dog. who plays Cappie previously revealed, “… In my women’s studies class I’m the only guy, so the ladies are like sitting ducks. Of course, he will always be at least partly stuck on Casey.”

Greek – 220 Sneak Peek (Calvin . Grant . Evan : Gregory Michael Debut’s)

Episode 2.20: Isn’t It Bro-Mantic? Airdate: June 1, 2009

Overwhelmed with loneliness since Max left for his internship, Casey finds herself latching onto her ZBZ sister’s social activities and ultimately interfering with Rusty’s new blossoming romance with Jordan. To what lengths will Rusty go to put a stop to Casey’s craziness? Meanwhile, after enduring a tough roommate situation for months, Calvin finally gets some relief when Evan finds him a new roommate who happens to have an unexpected secret. And Evan and Cappie’s ongoing rivalry heats up once more over a girl in the secret society led by Dean Bowman. Source: ABC Family

Delia: 18-20, female, sexy, sharp and flirty, she’s a women’s study student who knows Cappie well, and plans on studying with him for midterms. Michelle: 18-20, female, equally sexy and sharp as Delia, she’s also a women’s study student who knows Cappie well, and plans on joining him and Delia for a study session. Tiny: Late 30s to 40s. Male. He is the rather large owner of a car impound lot. Source: SpoilerTV

Greek‘s stereotype-shattering gay brother, Calvin, is going to literally have his hands full this semester. Gregory Michael is joining the ABC Family hit as a love interest for Calvin, sources confirm. Michael’s character is described as a genetically-blessed, closeted Omega Chi active who comes out to Calvin — which is all well and good until the two end up rooming together. Sexual tension abounds, as does some serious heavy petting (or whatever it is the kids are calling it these days). Michael will recur throughout Greek‘s new season. Source: The Ausiello Files

Grant: 18-21, male, this extremely hot, fit, preppy OX brother is a great guy. So, Calvin is a bit surprised when Grant comes out to him at a fraternity function. There’s a lot of chemistry between these two, but when they become one another’s roommates, it’s unclear whether Calvin will ever act on his attraction, or whether he will keep things platonic and unmessy. Possibly recurring. Alice: 18-21, female, this extremely intelligent, cute, and winning coed is a new member of the Amphora club, an elite club that Evan and Cappie have also been invited to join. The two old rivals are both smitten with Alice and vie bitterly for her attentions. Bjorn: 20s, male, this attractive and personable Swedish waiter is initially charmed by Casey, but as she grows progressively more tipsy and annoying, he can’t wait to present her bill and get her out of his station. Hostess: 20s, female, the hostess at a posh local restaurant, she’s not amused by Rusty’s somewhat inept attempt to impress her.

Source: SpoilerTV

Episode 2.21: Tailgate Expectation Airdate: June 8, 2009

It’s Homecoming Week and the Kappa Taus’ team up with the ZBZ to go against IKI and the Omega Chis in the annual float competition. When things don’t go as planned, will Casey and Cappie be able to keep their agreement to stay out of each other’s way? What will Rusty and Ashleigh do to ensure a victory? Meanwhile, Evan’s parents are in town for homecoming and, after a “heart to heart” conversation with his father, Evan is faced with the possibility of losing his trust fund. And Ashleigh discovers that Fisher has a secret of blue proportions. Source: ABC Family

Greek – Episode 2.21 – Tailgate Expectations – Synopsis

As the Homecoming Week float competition heats up, Rusty and Ashleigh work hard to obtain a win while Casey and Cappie try to avoid one another. Elsewhere, Evan learns that he may lose his trust fund, and Ashleigh uncovers a secret of Fisher’s. Air Date: Jun 8, 2009
Source: TV Guide

Greek Season Finale Spoilers: Casey & Cappie Soul Mates

Give us some dirt on Greek!
How about some sexy dirt? “Expect some hot girl-on-girl action,” says Greek girl Amber Stevens, who plays Ashleigh. “And great relationship stuff happens coming up with Frannie and Evan.” Paul James says he’s excited about his juicy upcoming storyline: “At the end of the season, I get a love interest, played by Gregory Michaels.” Source: Kristin on E!Online

Episode 2.15: Evasive Actions Airdate: April 27, 2009

When Frannie challenges the sisterhood of ZBZ girls, Casey retaliates by challenging the IKI’s to a game of dodgeball. Which soroity will take the least amount of hits? The dodgeball game is also part of the effort by Casey and Ashleigh to win over Jordan, ZBZ’s new pledge, who reveals that she doesn’t think the sorority is the place for her. Determined to change her mind, Casey and Ashleigh attempt to give Jordan a ZBZ makeover. Meanwhile, Rusty struggles with the fact that Dale is so in love with their new apartment that he never leaves, so Rusty enlists the Kappa Tau’s to invade the house to scare him away. But the plan backfires when the landlord shows up the next morning with a tour (they live in a model apartment), and upon finding remains from the night’s escapades, evicts the boys much to the chagrin of Casey, whose name is on the lease! Source: ABC Family

Episode 2.16: Dearly Beloved
Airdate: May 4, 2009

Casey’s grand-big sister, Kiki (Collette Wolfe), is back at Cyprus-Rhodes University for her wedding and all the ZBZ girls are invited. Amidst all the wedding frenzy, Max decides it’s time to take his relationshipwith Casey to the next level and gets down on one knee. How will Casey react to Max’s bold move? Meanwhile, with Andy out of town, Jordan ends up dragging Rustyaround town to help pick up the flowers for Kiki’s wedding. When the two discover that the order was never placed, they have to come up with a plan of action — a plan that backfires and puts both of them in the emergency room with identical allergic reactions. The unexpected common bond leads them to share a kiss. Rebecca, in the meantime, soon finds herself in new territory as she kisses Ashleigh’s openly gay big sis, Robin (Anna Osceola), in one of the bachelorette party game – sparking Rebecca’s curiosity. Source: ABC Family

Episode 2.17: Guilty Treasures Airdate: May 11, 2009

Dr. Magda Stephanopoulos: In her 50s, attractive and intimidating, with long hair and a professional, stylish-looking suit, she is a renowned, extremely intelligent scientist who has come to campus to recruit research assistants for a month-long project at Oxford. Dr. Magda is tough to impress, and always wants what she can’t have. Dr. Broom: In his 50s, uncongenial, he’s an engineering professor who piles on the workload and makes life unpleasant for Max. He’s annoyed when Max crashes a science faculty party. Omega Chi Pledge: 18-20, male, this Omega Chi Pledge accuses Cappie of theft and is confused when Evan contradicts him. Waitress: 20s. This waitress at Gentleman’s Choice tells Wade that the disco balls he’s brought belong to the other club. Source: SpoilerTV

Episode 2.18: Divine Secrets and the ZBZ Sisterhood Airdate: May 18, 2009

While completing his community service, Rusty discovers a symbol for a secret Amphora Society that is actively recruiting members. Knowing that Cappie was on a search to find the hidden lair during his freshman year, Rusty gets Dale to help him solve the mystery to get back in Cappie’s good graces. Will Cappie be impressed? Meanwhile, in Ashleigh’s absence, Casey has to decide if she should allow some of Frannie’s IKI defectors back into the house. And when Rebecca goes on her first date with Robin, she turns to Calvin for advice, but Calvin has some dating troubles of his own. Source: ABC Family

Episode 2.19: Social Studies Airdate: May 25, 2009

Delia: 18-20, female, sexy, sharp and flirty, she’s a women’s study student who knows Cappie well, and plans on studying with him for midterms. Michelle: 18-20, female, equally sexy and sharp as Delia, she’s also a women’s study student who knows Cappie well, and plans on joining him and Delia for a study session. Tiny: Late 30s to 40s. Male. He is the rather large owner of a car impound lot.

Source: SpoilerTV

Episode 2.20: Isn’t It Bro-Mantic? (Season finale) Airdate: June 1, 2009

“The finale has a really good cliffhanger,” Scott Michael Foster (Cappie) revealed at Saturday’s GLAAD Awards in Los Angeles. “And Jesse McCartney plays a really big part of that cliffhanger. It has a lot to do with him and Rusty …. I guess I get some action, too. In my women’s studies class I’m the only guy, so the ladies are like sitting ducks. Of course, he will always be at least partly stuck on Casey.” What’s Casey doing while Cappie’s getting busy? She’s getting busy herself! “She gets a lot of action … from multiple sources,” confirmed Spencer Grammer. “Cappie is her soul mate, but she’s young and she doesn’t always see that.” Source: The Ausiello Files

New Greek Spoilers: All the Season 3 Scoop!

‘Greek’s’ got Garofalo this week, plus new love for Ashleigh & Rusty…

Source: Zap2It’s Korbi TV

Alright, so, after tonight we’ll be three episodes into “Greek“‘s current season and I’ve been getting some questions about what’s coming up, thought I’d answer a few…

Oh, and Janeane Garofalo‘s guest appearance is this evening.

You mentioned just a few posts ago that Ashleigh would be be finding romance, could it possibly be with Beaver? I was just catching up on Monday’s episode and noticed that in the previews the gentleman Ashleigh was kissing looked very much like Beaver. I think he is a funny character, so why not? Any scoop on that?
Ha! Beaver. Interesting. Actually, Beaver might be getting a little action this evening. But not with Ashleigh. I believe there’s a girl who’s super into his fashion choice for tonight’s KT party and there could be a connection there… Ashleigh will be otherwise occupied with a new member of the ZBZ family. No, she’s not the girl who may be going gay (that’s Rebecca, by the way, keep it hush hush). The sorority is hiring a hasher by the name of Fisher to do kitchen duty type things in the house and he’s, uh, super hot. The ZBZ ladies will lose their minds over him and so Ashleigh, being the responsible president that she is, gets creative in protecting him from them. And he seems to be quite appreciative of her efforts.

Are we meeting Rusty’s love interest this week?
We are. But we’ll also be watching her make out with Jesse McCartney this week, so… yeah. She’s cool though. You’ll like her anyway. She’s introduced in an art history class that Rusty, Dale and Calvin take together and she and Rusty will become friends quickly… ZBZ is looking for extra pledges and Rusty sort of facilitates her bid. She’s new to the school and doesn’t really know anyone, so it works out.

When will Max and Casey break up? When will Casey and Cappie get back together?
You’re going to have to wait a bit longer… Max is going to take a leave of absence from CRU later this season, leaving Casey and Cappie to get reacquainted, but as of right now, Max and Case are still good. Actually, it’s Max and Cappie that are having problems. There will be a confrontation between the two of them this evening. The word “douche” will be involved. You’ll like it.

What is going on with Evan on “Greek” this year? I haven’t heard much.
Evan is lost. He needs help actually. You’ll see tonight. There’s an interesting reveal coming…

“Greek” is awesome! So glad it’s back. Can you tell me which house Jesse McCartney’s character is going to choose?
Seems the hardworking football recruit has a laid back, beer guzzling, breakfast-on-a-stick eating side to him that’s just itching to come out. Source: Zap2It’s Korbi TV

Jesse McCartney will only be hanging out on Greek for six episodes, but that’s just enough time for him to choose a frat. Jesse teases, “Calvin is trying to get me to join the Omega Chi fraternity. Then there is Rusty, who is trying to get me to join Kappa Tau. It’s definitely safe to say it’s between those two. He goes where you probably don’t expect him to go.” (Watch With Kristin)

Episode 2.12: From Rushing With Love Airdate: April 6, 2009

  • Now a sophomore, Rusty gets to participate in Rush Week for the first time and he is determined to land Andy as a pledge for Kappa Tau, but Calvin feels the pressure from Evan to get Andy to pledge Omega Chi. Who will prevail in the battle for the big man on campus? Ashleigh and Casey start to doubt Rebecca’s “mole” abilities and begin to question whether she’s actually a double-agent for Frannie’s new sorority when the ZBZ girls’ rush week “Project Runway” fashion skit is successfully sabotaged by Frannie. Source: ABC Family
  • Rho Chi: Male, age 20-22, this leader of a group of male rushees at KT house blows a whistle and announces it’s time to move on the to next house. Pretty Rushee: Female, 18 years old, this pretty, sweet rushee at ZBZ talks with Ashleigh and Casey about Frannie’s new house, and agrees that the IKI girls didn’t seem very nice. Source: SpoilerTV

Episode 2.13: Engendered Species Airdate: April 13, 2009

  • “Greek” is taking us into the classroom at Cyprus Roades this semester and it is there that we’ll find Ms. Garofalo. Playing a Women Studies professor, she crosses paths with Casey, who may be looking to develop more of a feminist perspective… and Cappie, who is definitely just looking to develop more female relationships. “It’s his intention of course to go in and study the women as opposed to partaking of Women Studies,” Sean Smith laughed. “[Janeane] is just hysterical and she calls him out the second she sees him. Something to the effect of, every semester there’s some guy who comes into this class and he fails academically and otherwise. Good luck!” Source: Zap2It’s Korbi TV
  • When Casey discovers that Cappie is taking the same women’s studies class — taught by Professor Freeman (Janeane Garofalo) — she knows that it will complicate her relationship with Max. As a result, Casey decides to enlist the help of her new professor to help Max and Cappie get along. Will her plan work? Meanwhile, Rusty starts his first elective class in Art History, and as a lucky bonus meets a pretty new transfer student, Jordan (Johanna Braddy). Although he’s nervous about talking to her, he finds the courage to invite her to a KT party. But the night of the party he learns that some guys have all the luck, namely the new KT pledge, Andy. At the ZBZ house, Ashleigh hires a new hasher, Fisher, who draws a lot of attention from the sisters of ZBZ — but Fisher only has eyes for Ashleigh. Source: ABC Family
  • 03/14 – When Casey discovers that Cappie is taking the same women’s studies class — taught by Professor Freeman (Janeane Garofalo) — she knows that it will complicate her relationship with Max. As a result, Casey decides to enlist the help of her new professor to help Max and Cappie get along. Will her plan work? Meanwhile, Rusty starts his first elective class in Art History, and as a lucky bonus meets a pretty new transfer student, Jordan (Johanna Braddy). Although he’s nervous about talking to her, he finds the courage to invite her to a KT party. But the night of the party he learns that some guys have all the luck, namely the new KT pledge, Andy. At the ZBZ house, Ashleigh hires a new hasher, Fisher (Andrew J. West), who draws a lot of attention from the sisters of ZBZ — but Fisher only has eyes for Ashleigh. Source: ABC Family
  • 01/28 – Rusty is going to meet a new girl named Jordan that he falls head over heels for (literally, he falls down some stairs), but Andy (Jesse McCartney) is going to get to her first. Source: Kristin on E!Online
  • Fisher: 18-21, male, this hunky, drop dead gorgeous college student who resembles a scruffy, young Brad Pitt, is the new hasher at ZBZ. He gets all the girls hot and bothered, but he’s anxious to stay removed from everyone because he’s been fired from past jobs for engaging in inappropriate relationships. He needs to make money so he can put himself through school, so he doesn’t want any trouble at ZBZ. However, his and one of our Zeta Beta Zeta girl’s attraction for one another won’t be denied. Professor Janet Freeman: Mid 30s to mid 40s, this cool, snappy, intelligent and put-together professor (think Tina Fey) teaches Women in Politics and earns Casey’s admiration. Professor Freeman warns Cappie that each year there is a token male in the course who fails, both academically and with the female students. She also gives Casey advice on her conflict resolution dilemma. Professor Summerfield: MALE. In his 60s, rumpled, this art history professor teaches Perspectives on the High Renaissance to Rusty, Calvin and Dale’s class. He’s a bit stuffy and hates the internet, but most of the art slides he shows have a sexual element to them that make the class snicker. Jordan: ALE, 18-20. This naturally beautiful, sweet, sexy, and funny “guy’s girl” wears vintage sneakers to class but cleans up really nicely. She catches Rusty’s eye in Art History. They get along famously, and she appreciates his help when she arrives late to class. She becomes a perfect snap pledge for ZBZ, and seemingly the perfect girl for Rusty, too. Recurring guest cast. Source: SpoilerTV

Episode 2.14: Big Littles & Jumbo Shrimp Airdate: April 20, 2009

  • When Evan’s brother Patrick (Robert Hoffman) shows up at CRU this season, he puts Ev in a position where he really needs someone to talk to. Of course, longtime fans know that he and Cappie have a history, so Cap kind of understands what Evan is dealing with better than any of the other kids do. “I think there’s a thaw between them,” Sean said. “You know, I love their rapport and the cattiness of it. I don’t want to see them become like best buds, because then it’d just be boring. But there’s less contentiousness between them. It’s not quite as antagonistic as it was before.” Source: Zap2It’s Korbi TV
  • Troubled by the recent discovery that Andy hooked up with Jordan, Rusty is hesitant to take Andy on as his little brother. Will Rusty be able to get past the budding relationship to become the big brother Cappie has been to him? When Cappie hears of Rusty’s reluctance, he takes Rusty aside to remind him that he brought Andy as a pledge to the fraternity and it is his responsibility to be the best Big Brother that Rusty can be for him. Meanwhile, when Evan’s real-life brother, Patrick (Robert Hoffman), comes for a visit, their celebration at Dobler’s is interrupted by Cappie and the three end up reminiscing about their old camp days. But later Patrick shocks and disappoints Evan by asking for money. Frustrated by his brother’s actions, Evan takes it out on Frannie. When Casey and Rebecca believe that the thief responsible for stealing the ZBZ food supply is Fisher, they can’t figure out why Ashleigh won’t accept it. But when they dig a little further, Ashleigh reveals the delicious truth. Source: ABC Family
  • Patrick: 25-30, a free spirit who’s been bumming around in Costa Rica, he shows up without any advance warning and takes Evan (Jake McDorman) out for drinks and a talk. He is Evan’s big brother and the black sheep of the family. Patrick cast off his trust fund and rejected his parents’ plans for him, because he felt there were too many strings attached. Natalie: 20-22, this cute and extremely timid college student is the President of Gamma Psi house. While at ZBZ, she’s in awe of her surroundings. Natalie confirms the suspicion that Fisher the hasher might be a thief. Barista: 20-22, this surly, stone-faced, female barista at a coffee house is immune to Cappie’s charms. Bar Patron: 20-22, this male bar patron is annoyed when Casey accidentally soaks him with the contents of her shot glass. Source: SpoilerTV

Episode 2.15: Evasive Actions Airdate: April 27, 2009

  • When Frannie challenges the sisterhood of ZBZ girls, Casey retaliates by challenging the IKI’s to a game of dodgeball. Which sorority will take the least amount of hits? The dodgeball game is also part of the effort by Casey and Ashleigh to win over Jordan, ZBZ’s new pledge, who reveals that she doesn’t think the sorority is the place for her. Determined to change her mind, Casey and Ashleigh attempt to give Jordan a ZBZ makeover. Meanwhile, Rusty struggles with the fact that Dale is so in love with their new apartment that he never leaves, so Rusty enlists the Kappa Tau’s to invade the house to scare him away. But the plan backfires when the landlord shows up the next morning with a tour (they live in a model apartment), and upon finding remains from the night’s escapades, evicts the boys much to the chagrin of Casey, whose name is on the lease! Source: ABC Family

Episode 2.16: Dearly Beloved Airdate: May 4, 2009

WEDDING BELLS RING AT THE ZBZ HOUSE! CASEY IS CAUGHT BY SURPRISE WHEN MAX GETS DOWN ON ONE KNEE IN AN ALL-NEW EPISODE OF “GREEK,” PREMIERING MONDAY, MAY 4 ON ABC FAMILY

Collette Wolfe (“17 Again”) Guest Stars as Casey’s Grand-Big Sis, Kiki, Johanna Braddy (“Fame”) Returns as Jordan and Michael Rady (“Melrose Place”) Continues His Role as Max, Casey’s Boyfriend.  Casey’s (Spencer Grammer) grand-big sister, Kiki (Collette Wolfe), is back at Cyprus-Rhodes University for her wedding and all the ZBZ girls are invited. Amidst all the wedding frenzy, Max decides it’s time to take his relationship with Casey to the next level and gets down on one knee. How will Casey react to Max’s bold move? Find out in an all-new episode of the ABC Family hit series GREEK, premiering Monday, May 4, 2009 (8:00 – 9:00 PM ET/PT). The episode, entitled “Dearly Beloved,” was directed by Melanie Mayron and written by Michael Berns.

Meanwhile, with Andy (Jesse McCartney) out of town, Jordan (Johanna Braddy) ends up dragging Rusty (Jacob Zachar) around town to help pick up the flowers for Kiki’s wedding. When the two discover that the order was never placed, they have to come up with a plan of action — a plan that backfires and puts both of them in the emergency room with identical allergic reactions. The unexpected common bond leads them to share a kiss.

Rebecca (Dilshad Vadsaria), in the meantime, soon finds herself in new territory as she kisses Ashleigh’s openly gay big sis, Robin (Anna Osceola), in one of the bachelorette party game – sparking Rebecca’s curiosity.

GREEK is executive produced by Lloyd Segan, Shawn Piller, Anne Kenney and John Ziffren. The show is created by executive producer Patrick Sean Smith. Michael Berns and Mark Stegemann also serve as co-executive producers. The ensemble 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, Amber Stevens as Ashleigh and Tiffany DuPont as Frannie. Source: ABC

Episode 2.17: Guilty Treasures Airdate: May 11, 2009

  • Dr. Magda Stephanopoulos: In her 50s, attractive and intimidating, with long hair and a professional, stylish-looking suit, she is a renowned, extremely intelligent scientist who has come to campus to recruit research assistants for a month-long project at Oxford. Dr. Magda is tough to impress, and always wants what she can’t have. Dr. Broom: In his 50s, uncongenial, he’s an engineering professor who piles on the workload and makes life unpleasant for Max. He’s annoyed when Max crashes a science faculty party. Omega Chi Pledge: 18-20, male, this Omega Chi Pledge accuses Cappie of theft and is confused when Evan contradicts him. Waitress: 20s. This waitress at Gentleman’s Choice tells Wade that the disco balls he’s brought belong to the other club. Source: SpoilerTV

Episode 2.18: Divine Secrets Airdate: May 18, 2009

Episode 2.19: Social StudiesAirdate: May 25, 2009

  • Delia: 18-20, female, sexy, sharp and flirty, she’s a women’s study student who knows Cappie well, and plans on studying with him for midterms. Michelle: 18-20, female, equally sexy and sharp as Delia, she’s also a women’s study student who knows Cappie well, and plans on joining him and Delia for a study session. Tiny: Late 30s to 40s. Male. He is the rather large owner of a car impound lot. Source: SpoilerTV

Episode 2.20: Isn’t It Bro-Mantic? (Season finale) Airdate: June 1, 2009

  • Grant: 18-21, male, this extremely hot, fit, preppy OX brother is a great guy. So, Calvin is a bit surprised when Grant comes out to him at a fraternity function. There’s a lot of chemistry between these two, but when they become one another’s roommates, it’s unclear whether Calvin will ever act on his attraction, or whether he will keep things platonic and unmessy. Possibly recurring. Alice: 18-21, female, this extremely intelligent, cute, and winning coed is a new member of the Amphora club, an elite club that Evan and Cappie have also been invited to join. The two old rivals are both smitten with Alice and vie bitterly for her attentions. Bjorn: 20s, male, this attractive and personable Swedish waiter is initially charmed by Casey, but as she grows progressively more tipsy and annoying, he can’t wait to present her bill and get her out of his station. Hostess: 20s, female, the hostess at a posh local restaurant, she’s not amused by Rusty’s somewhat inept attempt to impress her. Source: SpoilerTV
  • Greek‘s stereotype-shattering gay brother, Calvin, is going to literally have his hands full this semester. Gregory Michael is joining the ABC Family hit as a love interest for Calvin, sources confirm. Michael’s character is described as a genetically-blessed, closeted Omega Chi active who comes out to Calvin — which is all well and good until the two end up rooming together. Sexual tension abounds, as does some serious heavy petting (or whatever it is the kids are calling it these days). Michael will recur throughout Greek‘s new season. Source: The Ausiello Files
  • Helen Slater (aka Supergirl) is playing a visiting professor and Dean Bowman (aka Cameron Frye, aka Alan Ruck ) will pop up in the most surprising of ways. P.S. Ashleigh apparently has a crush on him. Source: Zap2It’s Korbi TV
  • Max is sticking around for the season. But the flame between Casey and Cappie is still lit and we’ll see evidence of that in the months to come. Also, we know the Max thing can’t last forever, since Michael Rady (the actor who plays him) has joined the CW’s Melrose Place remake as a regular. Source: Zap2It’s Korbi TV
  • The rivalry between Kappa Tau and Omega Chi is still going strong, especially when the K.T.’s steal a “campus treasure” and the two fraternities have yet another showdown! Source: Kristin on E!Online
  • Sources confirm that ding, dong the witch is dead. The witch in this case being Zeta Beta beeyatch Frannie, played with wicked zeal by Tiffany Dupont. Although a rep for the ABC Family hit declined comment, my Greek mole tells me that Dupont will not be returning as a series regular for the show’s just-announced third seaso. The decision, per the source, was primarily a creative one, although budget considerations were a factor as well. […] I’m told producers hope to bring Dupont back as an occasional guest star. Source: The Ausiello Files
  • Both Rebecca and Ashleigh dabble in kissing girls this season, and they’ll like it. One of the girls even hits up another ZBZ sister. Source: Kristin on E!Online
  • Sources on the set tell me the Iota Kappa Iota house is already in full swing. Because of the IKI (pronounced “icky,” tee hee) house, Zeta Beta Zeta is going to be desperate for girls, and will even pair up with the Kappa Taus for a party. When it goes down, Cappie and Casey will get into a huge fight over the fact that a nongreek male is in attendence…Max! Yup, he’ll be sticking around CRU. […] Calvin might be getting a boyfriend. (Might.) He meets a hottie at the gym named Jess who seems to be flirting with him, but when they get together later to watch a football game, the messages are more mixed. Source: Kristin on E!Online
  • Evan’s getting an older brother, to be played by Step Up 2 stud Robert Hoffman. Source: TV Guide Online

Greek Episode Recap 2.11: Take Me Home, Cyprus-Rhodes

PremiereWatch: Jesse McCartney goes ‘Greek’

Source: Zap2it.com Recaps

Greek” returned tonight just in time for spring break with an episode designed to tie up loose ends from last year and spring all of the characters forward for the shenanigans to come this season. Despite all of the talk of change at the beginning, things are pretty much status quo by the end of the hour.

Casey spent her summer at her supposedly awesome D.C. political internship, but it quickly becomes apparent that her internship wasn’t awesome at all. She tries to keep this a secret from everyone out of embarrassment that she wasn’t cut out for the job, even going so far as to get her own apartment away from the sorority house and Ashleigh in order to become a more serious student in order to prepare her for the real world she will soon face. After working with Ashley and Cappie to put Frannie, Rebecca and their newly formed Iota Kappa Iota (Ashley: “Icky?” Frannie: “No, I Kaps!”) out of business, Casey realizes she can’t stay away from the sorority life she loves and decides to give up her apartment, move back into the sorority house and become rush chair. As for Rebecca’s role in the Ickys? Turns out she’s actually a double agent working for ZBZ in order to sabotage Frannie’s new venture. I love it!

Rusty spent his summer as a camp counselor but is anxious to get back to school and to his new life living at the Kappa Tau house. He goes to great lengths in an attempt to make living at a fraternity house jive with his heavy honors engineering course load, but in the end simply can’t find a way to make it work and ends up living with Dale (who is dealing with roommate issues of his own) in Casey’s now vacant off-campus apartment. It’s a little disappointing to have Rusty end up in the same situation he started in, but let’s face it: “Greek” just isn’t “Greek” without Rusty and Dale as roommates.

As for the boys of Kappa Tau and Omega Chi, they are busy being diametric opposites and both candidates to recruit the new Big Man on Campus Andy (played by Jesse McCartney). Andy is friends with Calvin and one of the top football recruits in the nation, which is really hard to believe considering Jesse McCartney is so tiny. But let’s just go with it! Calvin is sure Andy will be an Omega Chi, but from the way he was loving the Kappa Tau parties it looks like Evan and Omegas have a fight on their hands. As long as they’re not fighting over Casey again, I’m all for it.

Random thoughts:

  • I loved the in-joke of seeing Ken Marino as a counselor at Rusty’s summer camp. If you haven’t seen “Wet Hot American Summer”, please do so immediately.
  • Casey was the Elle Woods of her internship. Hee!
  • Frannie’s using Evan like a piggy bank to back her new sorority. How long until that arrangement goes completely south? One, two episodes?
  • I’m totally down with Calvin warning Evan to stay away from Rusty. That paddle to the face last year was just wrong.

Favorite quotes:

  • “I guess you can say that when it comes to little boys, I have the touch.” - Rusty, talking about his success as a camp counselor
  • “My roommate…is Canadian. How am I supposed to sleep at night with some foreigner waving his alien flag in what’s obviously an act of anti-American aggression?” - Dale, about his new honors engineering roomie

New Greek Season 3 Spoilers: Premieres March 30!

‘Greek’ returns with Janeane Garofalo, Jesse McCartney & a straight character changing teams!

Source: Zap2It’s Korbi TV

Spencergrammer It may be the end of March in your world and mine, but in the CRUniverse, it’s the end of summer and school is almost back in session. Casey’s Washington internship has run its course, Rusty’s camp counseling days have drawn to a close and the Cartwright kids are heading back to campus tonight. In preparation for “Greek“‘s return, Korbi spent some time with show creator and lover of pop culture, Mr. Sean Smith, who gave me the inside word on what’s going down in this next cycle of episodes. It is because of him that I can answer some of your reader questions right this minute…

Janeanegarofalo Korbi, Is it true that Janeane Garofalo is doing an episode of “Greek”?
It is. “Greek” is taking us into the classroom at Cyprus Roades this semester and it is there that we’ll find Ms. Garofalo. Playing a Women Studies professor, she crosses paths with Casey, who may be looking to develop more of a feminist perspective… and Cappie, who is definitely just looking to develop more female relationships. “It’s his intention of course to go in and study the women as opposed to partaking of Women Studies,” Sean Smith laughed. “[Janeane] is just hysterical and she calls him out the second she sees him. Something to the effect of, every semester there’s some guy who comes into this class and he fails academically and otherwise. Good luck!”

Jessemccartney Any chance of Jen K. coming back?
I don’t think so. Sean said the ghost of Jen K. is behind Rusty. “Greek” will introduce a new transfer student for Rusty to pursue. He meets her in art history class and she presents him with quite a challenge. It’s love at first site for our little guy. But she’s got her eye on someone else. Watch the clip below to find out who… yes, it’s CRU’s freshman football recruit Andy, played by Jesse McCartney.

How many “Greek” episodes are we getting this season?
12. We’ll be halfway through the first semester of Casey’s senior year/Rusty’s sophomore year when this cycle ends.

Scottmichaelfoster When will Cappie and Casey get back together?
TBD, my friend. TBD. That’s what Sean told me when I asked him if we could see Cap and Case reunited romantically long before the series ends. For now, Casey and Max are still very much in love. But declining his Cal Tech grant to be with her may not have been the best idea. There are bad days ahead for them and Cappie will be the guy she turns to for advice. “They kind of become each other’s go-to people,” Sean explained. “I felt it was necessary to push their relationship a little more, which we do in this cycle. There’s definitely advancement.”

Jakemcdorman Do you think it would be possible for Evan and Cappie to ever call a truce of sorts? Or has there just been too much animosity built up over the years for them to just forgive and forget?
Actually, Casey isn’t the only person turning to Cap for help. When Evan’s brother Patrick (Robert Hoffman) shows up at CRU this season, he puts Ev in a position where he really needs someone to talk to. Of course, longtime fans know that he and Cappie have a history, so Cap kind of understands what Evan is dealing with better than any of the other kids do. “I think there’s a thaw [between them],” Sean said. “You know, I love their rapport and the cattiness of it. I don’t want to see them become like best buds, because then it’d just be boring. But there’s less contentiousness between them. It’s not quite as antagonistic as it was before.”

Dilshadvadsaria I want Cappie and Rebecca on “Greek” to get back together.
Don’t think that’s in the cards, but they will remain friends… even though one of them is going to steal a potential love interest from the other. Mhmm.

I’m hoping we haven’t seen the last of Tegan. Any word on Charisma Carpenter returning to “Greek”?
We won’t see Charisma in this batch of episodes, but that doesn’t mean she’s done with the show. There’s always next cycle. We will, however, meet a few other ZBZ alums, including Frannie’s big sis who comes back to CRU for her wedding — Sean said she’s hysterical — and another former sister who will catch the eye of two of “Greek”‘s main characters… the two I was just talking about.

Alanruck Any good “Greek” guest stars coming up?
Besides Janeane Garofalo? Helen Slater (aka Supergirl) is playing a visiting professor and Dean Bowman (aka Cameron Frye, aka Alan Ruck) will pop up in the most surprising of ways. P.S. Ashleigh apparently has a crush on him.Clarkduke

Will Calvin get together with someone new this season on “Greek”?
Indeed. And so will Ashleigh. And so will Dale!

I’m not a fan of Max, but I did enjoy how Cappie and Dale bonded over his lameness. Are we gonna see more Cap n’ Dale this season?
Apparently Cap and Dale are much closer than we’ve ever realized…

VIDEO: Greek Star Pledges Big Twists (Including a Lesbian One!)

by Matt Mitovich

Spencer Grammer, Greek

The summer has flashed by and school’s back in session when ABC Family’s recently renewed Greek resumes its second season this Monday at 8 pm/ET.

What’s new with the gals and guys? For one, fresh off her D.C. internship, Casey’s looking to make a drastic change in her collegiate life.

“She wants to buckle down and really start studying,” Spencer Grammer previews in this video Q&A. “She decides to take less of a stand [at the sorority] and develop into her own person.”

Grammer talks about whether castmate Michael Rady’s increasingly busy dance card means that Casey’s romance with Max is 100-percent over. Also, she shares a peek at how Frannie’s shocking bid to start up her own sorority is, well, far easier said than done.

Next, Spencer confirms that one of the ZBZ gals will have a crisis of sexuality, “and Casey might placate that in a fun, playful way.” The storyline, she teases, “will be an audience-pleaser for everyone.” And how.

The sit-down continues with Grammer raving about new addition Jesse McCartney and teasing how Casey and Cappie’s push-me/pull-you romance will “come to a head in the season finale.”

Last but far from least, I trot out Grammer’s sexy new lad-mag photo, which she claims she did all in the name of “trying to pull in a new audience” for Greek. Dare say, it just might work.

Kaitlyn in West Hollywood: Greek returns tonight, any scoop? Does Jesse McCartney stick around for a while?
Jesse McCartney will only be hanging out on Greek for six episodes, but that’s just enough time for him to choose a frat. Jesse teases, “Calvin is trying to get me to join the Omega Chi fraternity. Then there is Rusty, who is trying to get me to join Kappa Tau. It’s definitely safe to say it’s between those two. He goes where you probably don’t expect him to go.” Which house do you think? Source: Kristin on E!Online

Any scoop on Jesse McCartney’s role on Greek?
Andy (Jesse McCartney) and Rusty are going toe-to-toe. They are both going after the same girl, Jordan, but only one will be victorious! Speaking of stealing women, Evan and Rebecca are spending plenty of quality time together this season, including a late-night break-in to get Rebecca’s car out of lockup.

When is Greek coming back and can you tell me if Casey and Cappie will be together?
March 30th. And no, they won’t be together. Max is sticking around for the season. But the flame between Casey and Cappie is still lit and we’ll see evidence of that in the months to come. Also, we know the Max thing can’t last forever, since Michael Rady (the actor who plays him) has joined the CW’s Melrose Place remake as a regular. Source: Zap2It’s Korbi TV

Can you tell me some info about what will happen during next season’s Greek?
MATT:
Hopefully you caught my recent Q&A with Scott Michael Foster (no relation to Chad Michael Murray), who revealed some of what’s to come for Cappie. Also see if this floats your boat: Casey’s other ex, Evan, has a big story ahead of him — and he’s getting an older brother, to be played by Step Up 2 stud Robert HoffmanSource: TV Guide

“We’ll finally be out of Rusty’s freshman year,” reveals Greek creator Sean Smith of season 2.5, which kicks off next March. “When we return, it’s the fall of his second year and Casey and the upperclassmen’s fourth. It’ll be a whole new year, with rush (like the pilot) all over again, new pledges, new fun!” And what about Dale? “He’ll definitely be around,” says Smith. “Only this year he’s living in Calhoun Hall as Rusty moves into the Kappa Tau house.” And just like God said in the finale, Rusty and Dale will be roommates again. But with a twist. And a funny one at that. Source: Ausiello Files

Episode 2.11: Take Me Home, Cyprus-Rhodes Airdate: March 30, 2009

  • After her summer internship, Casey returns to campus with secret plans to move out of the ZBZ house. However she fears hurting Ashleigh at a time when she needs her most, as the drama with Frannie’s new sorority is heating up, causing Ashleigh to enlist a secret spy – a spy that Casey isn’t sure can truly be trusted. Meanwhile Calvin introduces his high school friend and new Cyprus-Rhodes freshman Andy (Jesse McCartney) to Rusty, who takes an instant liking to him and encourages Andy to join KT. But Andy gets locked in an epic battle for brotherhood, as Evan, upon seeing just how in demand Andy is on campus, wants him join Omega Chi. What lengths will Calvin and Rusty go to to win Andy’s pledge? Having spent his summer as a camp counselor, alongside guest star Ken Marino, Rusty begins his sophomore year on campus by finally moving into the Kappa Tau house. However, he struggles to reconcile how he will balance the pressures of his engineering major with living in the fraternity. Source: ABC Family

Episode 2.12: From Rushing With Love Airdate: April 6, 2009

  • Now a sophomore, Rusty gets to participate in Rush Week for the first time and he is determined to land Andy as a pledge for Kappa Tau, but Calvin feels the pressure from Evan to get Andy to pledge Omega Chi. Who will prevail in the battle for the big man on campus? Ashleigh and Casey start to doubt Rebecca’s “mole” abilities and begin to question whether she’s actually a double-agent for Frannie’s new sorority when the ZBZ girls’ rush week Project Runway fashion skit is successfully sabotaged by Frannie. Source: ABC Family

Episode 2.13: Engendered Species Airdate: April 13, 2009

  • When Casey discovers that Cappie is taking the same women’s studies class — taught by Professor Freeman (Janeane Garofalo) — she knows that it will complicate her relationship with Max. As a result, Casey decides to enlist the help of her new professor to help Max and Cappie get along. Will her plan work? Meanwhile, Rusty starts his first elective class in Art History, and as a lucky bonus meets a pretty new transfer student, Jordan (Johanna Braddy). Although he’s nervous about talking to her, he finds the courage to invite her to a KT party. But the night of the party he learns that some guys have all the luck, namely the new KT pledge, Andy. At the ZBZ house, Ashleigh hires a new hasher, Fisher (Andrew J. West), who draws a lot of attention from the sisters of ZBZ — but Fisher only has eyes for Ashleigh. Source: ABC Family

New Greek Spoilers: Rusty and Dale Roomies Again?

Bummed that Rusty and Dale are no longer roomies? You’re going to be very pleased with what happens in the closing minutes of episode 4. Also, get ready for Rebecca Logan: Double Agent. (Michael Ausiello)

Take Me Home Cyprus Rhodes
Casey returns with secret plans to move out of the ZBZ house; a new freshman is highly desired as a pledge; Rusty tries to balance studying with life in the Kappa Tau house. (SpoilerTV)

From Rushing With Love – Airing April 6, 2009
Rusty tries to recruit Andy during Rush Week; Casey and Ashleigh doubt Rebecca’s “mole” motives. (SpoilerTV)

Engendered Species – Airing April 13, 2009
Casey wishes Max and Cappie could get along as friends; Rusty competes with an unexpected rival for a young woman’s affection. (SpoilerTV)

Big Littles & Jumbo Shrimp – Airing April 20, 2009
Rusty learns that Andy hooked up with Jordan; the arrival of Evan’s brother stirs up family money issues and leads to a bombshell for Frannie. (SpoilerTV)

Evasive Actions – Airing April 27, 2009
A dodgeball game ensues after Frannie challenges the sisterhood of the Zeta Beta Zeta girls. (SpoilerTV)

New Major Greek Spoilers: Frannie’s Leaving? Maybe Graduating?

Max has given up grad school for Casey, which he’ll make a point of a lot, but when he goes out of town for a month, look for Cappie and Casey to get into some trouble. (Watch With Kristin)

Exclusive: ‘Greek’ cuts a sister (major spoiler alert!)

by Michael Ausiello

Greekseason2_lGiving new meaning to Hell Week, a major cast-member on ABC Family’s Greek has been pink-slipped. But I have to warn you: This piece of news qualifies as a DEFCON 1 spoiler, as the actress in question figures prominently in a major ongoing storyline. In other words, read on at your own damn risk!

Okay, here we go: Sources confirm to me exclusively that ding, dong the witch is dead. The witch in this case being Zeta Beta beeyatch Frannie, played with wicked zeal by Tiffany Dupont.

Although a rep for the ABC Family hit declined comment, my Greek mole tells me that Dupont will not be returning as a series regular for the show’s just-announced third season. The decision, per the source, was primarily a creative one, although budget considerations were a factor as well.

Don’t expect Frannie to go quietly into the night though (as if!). Casey’s arch nemesis will be featured heavily in the second half of season 2, which picks up on March 30 where last October’s cliff-hanger left off: With the evil genius going rogue and forming her own rival sorority, Iota Kappa Iota.

In light of this news, I’m guessing her plan backfires. Either that or the ZBZ house falls on her during a freak tornado. Actually, scratch the Greek tragedy theory: I’m told producers hope to bring Dupont back as an occasional guest star.

What do you think? Sad to see Greek‘s answer to Alexis Carrington go? Or was Frannie’s scheming sister act starting to grate? Sound off below!

New Greek Spoilers! Renewed for Season 3

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Rusty is going to meet a new girl named Jordan that he falls head over heels for (literally, he falls down some stairs), but Andy (Jesse McCartney) is going to get to her first. [Watch With Kristin]

Both Rebecca and Ashleigh dabble in kissing girls this season, and they’ll like it. One of the girls even hits up another ZBZ sister. [Watch With Kristin]

Kyle XY – Cancelled

#fullpost{display:none;}Which do you guys want first — the good news or the bad news?

Okay, the good news it is: ABC Family has ordered additional seasons of Greek and Lincoln Heights.

Now the bad news: Kyle XY has been given his walking papers.

Although a rep for the cable net could not be reached for comment, sources confirm to me exclusively that Greek has been renewed for a 20-episode third season. Additionally, Lincoln Heights has been greenlit for a fourth season, although a specific episode count wasn’t immediately known.

Meanwhile, Kyle XY’s current 10-episode third season — which debuted on Jan. 12 — will be its last. I’m guessing the show’s dwindling viewership was to blame.

Eulogies on behalf of the Belly Button-less One are currently being accepted in the comments section below.

On the bright side, yay for Greek and that other show I’ve never seen!

Source: EW

New Greek Spoilers: The New Season!

Episode 2.21: Tailgate Expectation Airdate: June 8, 2009

It’s Homecoming Week and the Kappa Taus’ team up with the ZBZ to go against IKI and the Omega Chis in the annual float competition. When things don’t go as planned, will Casey and Cappie be able to keep their agreement to stay out of each other’s way? What will Rusty and Ashleigh do to ensure a victory? Meanwhile, Evan’s parents are in town for homecoming and, after a “heart to heart” conversation with his father, Evan is faced with the possibility of losing his trust fund. And Ashleigh discovers that Fisher has a secret of blue proportions. Source: ABC Family

Greek – Episode 2.21 – Tailgate Expectations – Synopsis

As the Homecoming Week float competition heats up, Rusty and Ashleigh work hard to obtain a win while Casey and Cappie try to avoid one another. Elsewhere, Evan learns that he may lose his trust fund, and Ashleigh uncovers a secret of Fisher’s. Air Date: Jun 8, 2009
Source: TV Guide

Episode 2.22: At World’s End (Season finale) Airdate: June 15, 2009

Greek – Episode 2.22 – At World’s End – Press Release

IT’S THE END OF THE WORLD! WHOM DO YOU WANT TO BE WITH? CASEY AND CAPPIE FACE THAT VERY DECISION IN THE SEASON FINALE OF “GREEK,” MONDAY, JUNE 15 ON ABC FAMILY

Gregory Michael (“Dante’s Cove”) Returns as Grant

The War Tapes Perform at the Kappa Tau’s “End of the World” Party

Season Three Set to Return on Monday, August 31 (9:00 – 10:00 PM ET/PT)

Burbank, CA (Tuesday, May 26, 2009) – After she falls into a manhole risking her life, coupled with the Kappa Tau’s throwing an “End of the World” party, Casey is sent into an emotional tailspin, questioning her relationship with Max and her lingering feelings for Cappie. Whom will she choose to be with at the “end of the world”? Find out in the sophomore season finale of the ABC Family hit series “GREEK,” premiering Monday, June 15, 2009 (8:00 – 9:00 PM ET/PT). The episode, entitled “At World’s End,” was directed by Michael Lange and written by Roger Grant, Jessica O’Toole & Amy Rardin. The third season of “GREEK” is set to return on Monday, August 31 (9:00 – 10:00 PM ET/PT)

Meanwhile, Ashleigh faces her own punishment with Pan Hellenic after a complaint is lodged by Frannie for the Homecoming Float sabotage. Ashleigh turns to Casey to help fight the charge, but when Casey gets caught up in her own personal drama, she leaves Ashleigh to face Frannie alone. And with Dale having trouble keeping his cougar girlfriend’s sexual advances at bay and Calvin trying his best to resist hooking up with his new hot roommate, Grant, Dale convinces Calvin to go in on a “purity pledge” partnership so they can help each resist their most recent temptations.

Source: ABC Family

Season 3 Spoilers

Kadeem Hardison (A Different World) has been cast as Ashleigh’s father, Brian Howard, in a season 3 episode. Pops arrives on campus to spend Father-Daughter Weekend at the ZBZ sorority with Ash. Source: EW

It sounds like the third season of Greek will be quite the religious experience. The show is casting the roles of a Mary-Elyse, a flirty Catholic girl who tries to recruit Cappie and Dale, and Pastor Dan, a laid-back minister who helps Dale get over his guilt issues. Season 3 kicks off Aug. 31. Source: EW

Greek – Episode 3.01 – The Day After – Casting Call

[SECURITY GUARD] Male or female, 30s. This kind but gullible security guard outside the Chemistry building greets Casey and Rusty to let them in, and gives Rusty a candy bar when Rusty fakes being hypo-glycemic (actually, he/she pinches off a piece of the candy with his/her fingers and pushes it into Rusty’s mouth). Later, the security guard discovers Cappie inside the chem building.sptv050769..CO-STAR

[PETER] He is 18, a pale, friendly Canadian resident, complete with accent, who lives on Max’s floor…CO-STAR

Source: SpoilerTV

Greek – Episode 3.03 – The Half-Naked Gun – Casting Call

[KATHERINE] Female, 20-22 years old, the President of Panhellenic (an umbrella organization that supervises all joint sorority activity), Katherine is attractive yet uber-buttoned-up, an overachiever who is dressed casually smart and always manages to get the best of every argument. She’s a no-nonsense type who doesn’t suffer fools and who has future leader written all over her…GUEST STAR. PLEASE SUBMIT ALL ETHNICITIES.

[TARA] Female, 20-22, another delegate to Panhellenic, Tara is delighted when Katherine acknowledges her birthday — but soon her smile fades as Katherine coolly reminds Tara that she forgot to send out a birthday reminder e-mail.sptv050769..CO-STAR. PLEASE SUBMIT ALL ETHNICITIES.

Source: SpoilerTV

‘Greek”s Rebecca Logan is kissing a girl and really liking it…

Yes, Rebecca Logan will kiss a girl this Monday and it’s kind of a big deal. As I told you back in March, one of “Greek“‘s straight sisters is going to switch teams this season and that girl is the former senator’s daughter. When Frannie’s big sis returns to CRU for her wedding this week, one of the bridesmaids will catch Rebecca’s eye. Surprising? Maybe. But as Dilshad Vadsaria, who plays Rebecca, pointed out when we spoke today, it’s really not so far fetched. “My first thought [regarding this storyline] was, of all the characters, Rebecca would be the one to do this. It makes sense for Rebecca because she’s never really been herself or known who she is outside of this bubble of being the Senator’s daughter,” Vadsaria explained. “And now that that bubble has totally popped, she has this opportunity to explore who she is and question things that she may not have even thought of questioning before. And Rebecca’s also the type of person who wouldn’t hold back in questioning something. She’s not shy about things and that’s just who she is, so I thought this story fit her well.”

And the story fits “Greek” well too. Though sexuality may be a serious topic, “Greek” — as we’ve seen with its handling of the Calvin character — is skilled at raising issues of importance with a lightness and humor attached. The show consulted with GLAAD, getting their blessing on the material, and Dilshad spoke with a couple people who had similar experiences in real life. “I wanted to make sure that I took it seriously and I portrayed it in a very responsible manner,” she said. At the same time, there’s a young and fun vibe to what Dilshad’s character is going through. “There’s a line where Rebecca says to Calvin, So is this how the gays do it?,” creator Sean Smith laughed.  But, make no mistake, Rebecca’s attraction to a woman isn’t a fleeting thing that will come and go in an episode. “It’s not like, Oh this is college and let’s experiment! These are really true feelings she’s having,” Dilshad said. “This is a very valid experience for Rebecca and I think it will [help to] form her as a person. I think it’s a character trait in her and it helps put her in the direction of figuring out who she is.” Also, the actress playing Rebecca’s love interest, Anna Osceola, is sticking around for a while, so yeah, we’ll have time to really see this side of Ms. Logan that neither she nor the audience knew existed before. Source: Zap2It’s Korbi TV

Give us some dirt on Greek!
How about some sexy dirt? “Expect some hot girl-on-girl action,” says Greek girl Amber Stevens, who plays Ashleigh. “And great relationship stuff happens coming up with Frannie and Evan.” Paul James says he’s excited about his juicy upcoming storyline: “At the end of the season, I get a love interest, played by Gregory Michaels.” Source: Kristin on E!Online

‘Greek’s’ got Garofalo this week, plus new love for Ashleigh & Rusty…

Source: Zap2It’s Korbi TV

Alright, so, after tonight we’ll be three episodes into “Greek“‘s current season and I’ve been getting some questions about what’s coming up, thought I’d answer a few…

Oh, and Janeane Garofalo‘s guest appearance is this evening.

You mentioned just a few posts ago that Ashleigh would be be finding romance, could it possibly be with Beaver? I was just catching up on Monday’s episode and noticed that in the previews the gentleman Ashleigh was kissing looked very much like Beaver. I think he is a funny character, so why not? Any scoop on that?
Ha! Beaver. Interesting. Actually, Beaver might be getting a little action this evening. But not with Ashleigh. I believe there’s a girl who’s super into his fashion choice for tonight’s KT party and there could be a connection there… Ashleigh will be otherwise occupied with a new member of the ZBZ family. No, she’s not the girl who may be going gay (that’s Rebecca, by the way, keep it hush hush). The sorority is hiring a hasher by the name of Fisher to do kitchen duty type things in the house and he’s, uh, super hot. The ZBZ ladies will lose their minds over him and so Ashleigh, being the responsible president that she is, gets creative in protecting him from them. And he seems to be quite appreciative of her efforts.

Are we meeting Rusty’s love interest this week?
We are. But we’ll also be watching her make out with Jesse McCartney this week, so… yeah. She’s cool though. You’ll like her anyway. She’s introduced in an art history class that Rusty, Dale and Calvin take together and she and Rusty will become friends quickly… ZBZ is looking for extra pledges and Rusty sort of facilitates her bid. She’s new to the school and doesn’t really know anyone, so it works out.

When will Max and Casey break up? When will Casey and Cappie get back together?
You’re going to have to wait a bit longer… Max is going to take a leave of absence from CRU later this season, leaving Casey and Cappie to get reacquainted, but as of right now, Max and Case are still good. Actually, it’s Max and Cappie that are having problems. There will be a confrontation between the two of them this evening. The word “douche” will be involved. You’ll like it.

What is going on with Evan on “Greek” this year? I haven’t heard much.
Evan is lost. He needs help actually. You’ll see tonight. There’s an interesting reveal coming…

Episode 2.11: Take Me Home, Cyprus-Rhodes  Airdate: March 30, 2009

  • Rebecca will announce to Ashleigh that she is defecting to Frannie’s sorority but there is more to this move than meets the eye… Speaking of the Alpha Omega house (aka Frannie’s house), the sorority will sort of have a 70-year-old sister because Joan, the landlady, lives in the house and put as a condition in the lease that she can mingle with the sisters if she gives them prior notice. Remember that extra messy and smelly KT room Rusty said would become his own? Well it will have gone through major redesign when the season resumes. It will be everything that the KT house is not: clean and peaceful. New-age spa music will be playing to help Rusty focus on his studies. There will even be a mini fountain! And when Rusty closes the door, the cacophony from elsewhere in the house doesn’t penetrate thanks to acoustic foam panels placed in the walls and the ceiling. As expected, the most peaceful room in KT land will not stay peaceful for long… Well, in order to find a quiet place to study and rest, Rusty will actually move out of the KT house and be roommates with Dale again. However, they will be staying off campus. Source: TV Squad
  • Sources close to the set tell me that Rebecca will be staying with the Zeta Beta Zeta house and not leaving for Frannie’s Iota Kappa Iota house, but that doesn’t mean the ZBZ’s won’t be desperate for new girls. Source: Kristin on E!Online
  • Rusty has been working as a camp counselor at Camp Tall Pines. At the beginning of the episode, it’s the last day of camp and Rusty sees his group of boys off. Casey’s congressional internship with Paula Baker is coming to an end. She and Max made it through the summer. Casey looks for an apartment to rent in order to put her life on a more serious path. Ashleigh must deal with sisters defecting to the Alpha Omega (AO) house, Frannie’s new sorority. Cappie, Beaver and other KTs have fun with a Slip-n-Slide. Rusty introduces freshman Andy, a 18-year-old jock with whom Calvin used to play football in high school, to his friends. Fraternities will all try to get Andy to rush with them as he is the number one football recruit. Frannie shows the AO house to her new sisters and introduces them to Joan, their 70-year-old landlady who lives in the house and has the right to mingle with them occasionnaly if she gives notice. This surprise will not suit well with the ZBZs who agreed to follow Frannie to the AO house. Rebecca, Beth, Brenda, Andrea, Laura, Betsy, Evan, Dale also appear. Source: SpoilerFix.com

Episode 2.12: From Rushing With Love  Airdate: April 6, 2009

  • Rho Chi: Male, age 20-22, this leader of a group of male rushees at KT house blows a whistle and announces it’s time to move on the to next house. Pretty Rushee: Female, 18 years old, this pretty, sweet rushee at ZBZ talks with Ashleigh and Casey about Frannie’s new house, and agrees that the IKI girls didn’t seem very nice. Source: SpoilerTV

Episode 2.13: Engendered Species  Airdate: April 13, 2009

  • Fisher: 18-21, male, this hunky, drop dead gorgeous college student who resembles a scruffy, young Brad Pitt, is the new hasher at ZBZ. He gets all the girls hot and bothered, but he’s anxious to stay removed from everyone because he’s been fired from past jobs for engaging in inappropriate relationships. He needs to make money so he can put himself through school, so he doesn’t want any trouble at ZBZ. However, his and one of our Zeta Beta Zeta girl’s attraction for one another won’t be denied. Professor Janet Freeman: Mid 30s to mid 40s, this cool, snappy, intelligent and put-together professor (think Tina Fey) teaches Women in Politics and earns Casey’s admiration. Professor Freeman warns Cappie that each year there is a token male in the course who fails, both academically and with the female students. She also gives Casey advice on her conflict resolution dilemma. Professor Summerfield: MALE. In his 60s, rumpled, this art history professor teaches Perspectives on the High Renaissance to Rusty, Calvin and Dale’s class. He’s a bit stuffy and hates the internet, but most of the art slides he shows have a sexual element to them that make the class snicker. Jordan: ALE, 18-20. This naturally beautiful, sweet, sexy, and funny “guy’s girl” wears vintage sneakers to class but cleans up really nicely. She catches Rusty’s eye in Art History. They get along famously, and she appreciates his help when she arrives late to class. She becomes a perfect snap pledge for ZBZ, and seemingly the perfect girl for Rusty, too. Recurring guest cast. Source: SpoilerTV

Episode 2.14: Big Littles & Jumbo Shrimp  Airdate: April 20, 2009

  • Patrick: 25-30, a free spirit who’s been bumming around in Costa Rica, he shows up without any advance warning and takes Evan (Jake McDorman) out for drinks and a talk. He is Evan’s big brother and the black sheep of the family. Patrick cast off his trust fund and rejected his parents’ plans for him, because he felt there were too many strings attached. Natalie: 20-22, this cute and extremely timid college student is the President of Gamma Psi house. While at ZBZ, she’s in awe of her surroundings. Natalie confirms the suspicion that Fisher the hasher might be a thief. Barista: 20-22, this surly, stone-faced, female barista at a coffee house is immune to Cappie’s charms. Bar Patron: 20-22, this male bar patron is annoyed when Casey accidentally soaks him with the contents of her shot glass. Source: SpoilerTV

Episode 2.15: Evasive Actions Airdate: April 27, 2009

  • When Frannie challenges the sisterhood of ZBZ girls, Casey retaliates by challenging the IKI’s to a game of dodgeball. Which sorority will take the least amount of hits? The dodgeball game is also part of the effort by Casey and Ashleigh to win over Jordan, ZBZ’s new pledge, who reveals that she doesn’t think the sorority is the place for her. Determined to change her mind, Casey and Ashleigh attempt to give Jordan a ZBZ makeover. Meanwhile, Rusty struggles with the fact that Dale is so in love with their new apartment that he never leaves, so Rusty enlists the Kappa Tau’s to invade the house to scare him away. But the plan backfires when the landlord shows up the next morning with a tour (they live in a model apartment), and upon finding remains from the night’s escapades, evicts the boys much to the chagrin of Casey, whose name is on the lease! Source: ABC Family

Episode 2.16: Dearly Beloved Airdate: May 4, 2009

WEDDING BELLS RING AT THE ZBZ HOUSE! CASEY IS CAUGHT BY SURPRISE WHEN MAX GETS DOWN ON ONE KNEE IN AN ALL-NEW EPISODE OF “GREEK,” PREMIERING MONDAY, MAY 4 ON ABC FAMILY

Collette Wolfe (“17 Again”) Guest Stars as Casey’s Grand-Big Sis, Kiki, Johanna Braddy (“Fame”) Returns as Jordan and Michael Rady (“Melrose Place”) Continues His Role as Max, Casey’s Boyfriend.  Casey’s (Spencer Grammer) grand-big sister, Kiki (Collette Wolfe), is back at Cyprus-Rhodes University for her wedding and all the ZBZ girls are invited. Amidst all the wedding frenzy, Max decides it’s time to take his relationship with Casey to the next level and gets down on one knee. How will Casey react to Max’s bold move? Find out in an all-new episode of the ABC Family hit series GREEK, premiering Monday, May 4, 2009 (8:00 – 9:00 PM ET/PT). The episode, entitled “Dearly Beloved,” was directed by Melanie Mayron and written by Michael Berns.

Meanwhile, with Andy (Jesse McCartney) out of town, Jordan (Johanna Braddy) ends up dragging Rusty (Jacob Zachar) around town to help pick up the flowers for Kiki’s wedding. When the two discover that the order was never placed, they have to come up with a plan of action — a plan that backfires and puts both of them in the emergency room with identical allergic reactions. The unexpected common bond leads them to share a kiss.

Rebecca (Dilshad Vadsaria), in the meantime, soon finds herself in new territory as she kisses Ashleigh’s openly gay big sis, Robin (Anna Osceola), in one of the bachelorette party game – sparking Rebecca’s curiosity.

GREEK is executive produced by Lloyd Segan, Shawn Piller, Anne Kenney and John Ziffren. The show is created by executive producer Patrick Sean Smith. Michael Berns and Mark Stegemann also serve as co-executive producers. The ensemble 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, Amber Stevens as Ashleigh and Tiffany DuPont as Frannie. Source: ABC

Episode 2.17: Guilty Treasures  Airdate: May 11, 2009

  • Dr. Magda Stephanopoulos: In her 50s, attractive and intimidating, with long hair and a professional, stylish-looking suit, she is a renowned, extremely intelligent scientist who has come to campus to recruit research assistants for a month-long project at Oxford. Dr. Magda is tough to impress, and always wants what she can’t have. Dr. Broom: In his 50s, uncongenial, he’s an engineering professor who piles on the workload and makes life unpleasant for Max. He’s annoyed when Max crashes a science faculty party. Omega Chi Pledge: 18-20, male, this Omega Chi Pledge accuses Cappie of theft and is confused when Evan contradicts him. Waitress: 20s. This waitress at Gentleman’s Choice tells Wade that the disco balls he’s brought belong to the other club. Source: SpoilerTV

Episode 2.18: Divine Secrets  Airdate: May 18, 2009

Episode 2.19: Social Studies Airdate: May 25, 2009

  • Delia: 18-20, female, sexy, sharp and flirty, she’s a women’s study student who knows Cappie well, and plans on studying with him for midterms. Michelle: 18-20, female, equally sexy and sharp as Delia, she’s also a women’s study student who knows Cappie well, and plans on joining him and Delia for a study session. Tiny: Late 30s to 40s. Male. He is the rather large owner of a car impound lot. Source: SpoilerTV

Episode 2.20: Isn’t It Bro-Mantic? (Season? finale)  Airdate: June 1, 2009

  • Grant: 18-21, male, this extremely hot, fit, preppy OX brother is a great guy. So, Calvin is a bit surprised when Grant comes out to him at a fraternity function. There’s a lot of chemistry between these two, but when they become one another’s roommates, it’s unclear whether Calvin will ever act on his attraction, or whether he will keep things platonic and unmessy. Possibly recurring. Alice: 18-21, female, this extremely intelligent, cute, and winning coed is a new member of the Amphora club, an elite club that Evan and Cappie have also been invited to join. The two old rivals are both smitten with Alice and vie bitterly for her attentions. Bjorn: 20s, male, this attractive and personable Swedish waiter is initially charmed by Casey, but as she grows progressively more tipsy and annoying, he can’t wait to present her bill and get her out of his station. Hostess: 20s, female, the hostess at a posh local restaurant, she’s not amused by Rusty’s somewhat inept attempt to impress her. Source: SpoilerTV
  • Greek‘s stereotype-shattering gay brother, Calvin, is going to literally have his hands full this semester. Gregory Michael is joining the ABC Family hit as a love interest for Calvin, sources confirm. Michael’s character is described as a genetically-blessed, closeted Omega Chi active who comes out to Calvin — which is all well and good until the two end up rooming together. Sexual tension abounds, as does some serious heavy petting (or whatever it is the kids are calling it these days). Michael will recur throughout Greek‘s new season. Source: Ask Ausiello @ TV Guide

General Spoilers:

  • Sources on the set tell me the Iota Kappa Iota house is already in full swing. Because of the IKI (pronounced “icky,” tee hee) house, Zeta Beta Zeta is going to be desperate for girls, and will even pair up with the Kappa Taus for a party. When it goes down, Cappie and Casey will get into a huge fight over the fact that a nongreek male is in attendence…Max! Yup, he’ll be sticking around CRU. […] Calvin might be getting a boyfriend. (Might.) He meets a hottie at the gym named Jess who seems to be flirting with him, but when they get together later to watch a football game, the messages are more mixed. Source: Kristin on E!Online
  • Evan’s getting an older brother, to be played by Step Up 2 stud Robert Hoffman. Source: TV Guide Online

Greek Spoilers: Meet Calvin’s new crush

‘Greek’ exclusive: Meet Calvin’s new gay crush

by Michael Ausiello

Gregorymichaelgreek_lGreek‘s stereotype-shattering gay brother, Calvin, is going to literally have his hands full this semester. (Oh, no he di’int. Oh, yes I did.)

Gregory Michael, who honed his boy-on-boy craft during three years on the gay-themed supernatural soap Dante’s Cove, is joining the ABC Family hit as a love interest for Calvin (Paul James), sources confirm to me exclusively.

Michael’s character is described as a genetically-blessed (see pic, left), closeted Omega Chi active who comes out to Calvin — which is all well and good until the two end up rooming together. Sexual tension abounds, as does some serious heavy petting (or whatever it is the kids are calling it these days).

Michael will recur throughout Greek‘s new season, which premieres on Monday, March 30 at 8 pm/ET.

Major Greek Spoilers: Season 3 Scoop!

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Source: TV Guide

ABC Family’s Greek pledges to deliver even more young/pretty-people angst when it launches its new season on Monday, March 30, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively. The series will claim the Mondays-at-8 pm/ET slot once The Secret Life of the American Teenager wraps its current run.

What’s ahead for the ZBZ and Kappa Tau Gamma crowds when Greek comes back? Here are a few scooplets — some faintly familiar and some brand-new:

• Casey makes some drastic changes to her life, having spent the summer interning in Washington, D.C. Her brother Rusty, meanwhile, spent his break as a camp counselor — alongside guest star Ken Marino (Veronica Mars).

• Singer/actor/former JR Chandler Jesse McCartney joins the series as an incoming freshman. (Check my recent Q&A with Scott Michael Foster for more on that.)

• Ashleigh gets herself a new boy toy, and he’s played by Andrew West (Privileged).

• Evan makes decisions which impact his relationships with both Frannie and frat bro Calvin.

• Watch for the show to shed light on “When Cappie Met Evan” — though not via a traditional flashback.

New Greek Spoilers! Roundup of Season 2.5 / 3 Spoilers!

Greek – Episode 2.16 – From Rushing With Love – Casting Call

[RHO CHI]
Male, age 20-22, this leader of a group of male rushees at KT house blows a whistle and announces it’s time to move on the to next house…CO-STAR(36)

[PRETTY RUSHEE]
Female, 18 years old, this pretty, sweet rushee at ZBZ talks with Ashleigh and Casey about Frannie’s new house, and agrees that the IKI girls didn’t seem very nice…CO-STAR (40)

Source: SpoilerTV

Greek – Episode 2.17 – Engendered Species – Casting Call

[JORDAN]
FEMALE, 18-20. This naturally beautiful, sweet, sexy, and funny “guy’s girl” wears vintage sneakers to class but cleans up really nicely. She catches Rusty’s eye in Art History. They get along famously, and she appreciates his help when she arrives late to class. She becomes a perfect snap pledge for ZBZ, and seemingly the perfect girl for Rusty, too…RECURRING GUEST STAR. SUBMIT ALL ETHNICITIES

Source: SpoilerTV

When is Greek returning? I miss the angsty college students of Cyrus-Rhodes University. Got any scoop to tide me over until class is back in session? — Jon H.
Ausiello: Sure do. Shortly after the show returns in March, you’ll be treated to an “outing” called “Isn’t It Bro-mantic?” in which Calvin’s super hot, super charming new roommate reveals that he’s gay. —
Source: EW

Greek – Episode 2.21 – Guilty Treasures Casting Call

[DR. MAGDA STEPHANOPOULOS]
In her 50s, attractive and intimidating, with long hair and a professional, stylish-looking suit, she is a renowned, extremely intelligent scientist who has come to campus to recruit research assistants for a month-long project at Oxford. Dr. Magda is tough to impress, and always wants what she can’t have…CO-STAR. SUBMIT ALL ETHNICITIES

[DR. BROOM]
In his 50s, uncongenial, he’s an engineering professor who piles on the workload and makes life unpleasant for Max. He’s annoyed when Max crashes a science faculty party..sptv050769.CO-STAR. SUBMIT ALL ETHNICITIES

[OMEGA CHI PLEDGE]
18-20, male, this Omega Chi Pledge accuses Cappie of theft and is confused when Evan contradicts him…CO-STAR. SUBMIT ALL ETHNICITIES

[WAITRESS]

20s. This waitress at Gentleman’s Choice tells Wade that the disco balls he’s brought belong to the other club…CO-STAR. SUBMIT ALL ETHNICITIES. Source: SpoilerTV

Greek – Episode 2.23 – Social Studies – Casting Call

[DELIA] 18-20, female, sexy, sharp and flirty, she’s a women’s study student who knows Cappie well, and plans on studying with him for midterms…CO-STAR. PLEASE SUBMIT ALL ETHNICITIES

[MICHELLE] 18-20, female, equally sexy and sharp as Delia, she’s also a women’s study student who knows Cappie well, and plans on joining him and Delia for a study session…CO-STAR PLEASE SUBMIT ALL ETHNICITIES

[TINY] Late 30s to 40s. Male. He is the rather large owner of a car impound lot…CO-STAR PLEASE SUBMIT ALL ETHNICITIES
Source: SpoilerTV

Greek – Episode 2.24 – Isn’t It Bro-mantic? – Casting Call

[GRANT] 18-21, male, this extremely hot, fit, preppy OX brother is a great guy. So, Calvin is a bit surprised when Grant comes out to him at a fraternity function. There’s a lot of chemistry between these two, but when they become one another’s roommates, it’s unclear whether Calvin will ever act on his attraction, or whether he will keep things platonic and unmessy…POSSIBLY RECURRING CO-STAR. PLEASE SUBMIT ALL ETHNICITIES.

[ALICE] 18-21, female, this extremely intelligent, cute, and winning coed is a new member of the Amphora club, an elite club that Evan and Cappie have also been invited to join. The two old rivals are both smitten with Alice and vie bitterly for her attentions…CO-STAR. PLEASE SUBMIT ALL ETHNICITIES.

[BJORN] 20s, male, this attractive and personable Swedish waiter is initially charmed by Casey, but as she grows progressively more tipsy and annoying, he can’t wait to present her bill and get her out of his station…CO-STAR. PLEASE SUBMIT ALL ETHNICITIES.

[HOSTESS] 20s, female, the hostess at a posh local restaurant, she’s not amused by Rusty’s somewhat inept attempt to impress her.CO-STAR. PLEASE SUBMIT ALL ETHNICITIES.
Source: SpoilerTV

Did Rebecca go to the new house on Greek?
Sources close to the set tell me that Rebecca (Dilshad Vadsaria) will be staying with the Zeta Beta Zeta house and not leaving for Frannie’s (Tiffany Dupont) Iota Kappa Iota house, but that doesn’t mean the ZBZ’s won’t be desperate for new girls. —
Source: E!Online

Got any Greek goodies for me?
Calvin might be getting a boyfriend. (Might.) He meets a hottie at the gym named Jess who seems to be flirting with him, but when they get together later to watch a football game, the messages are more mixed. —
Source: E!Online

Greek – Episode 2.21 – Guilty Treasures Casting Call

[DR. MAGDA STEPHANOPOULOS]
In her 50s, attractive and intimidating, with long hair and a professional, stylish-looking suit, she is a renowned, extremely intelligent scientist who has come to campus to recruit research assistants for a month-long project at Oxford. Dr. Magda is tough to impress, and always wants what she can’t have…CO-STAR. SUBMIT ALL ETHNICITIES

[DR. BROOM]
In his 50s, uncongenial, he’s an engineering professor who piles on the workload and makes life unpleasant for Max. He’s annoyed when Max crashes a science faculty party..sptv050769.CO-STAR. SUBMIT ALL ETHNICITIES

[OMEGA CHI PLEDGE]
18-20, male, this Omega Chi Pledge accuses Cappie of theft and is confused when Evan contradicts him…CO-STAR. SUBMIT ALL ETHNICITIES

[WAITRESS]

20s. This waitress at Gentleman’s Choice tells Wade that the disco balls he’s brought belong to the other club…CO-STAR. SUBMIT ALL ETHNICITIES. Source: SpoilerTV

Can you tell me some info about what will happen during next season’s Greek?
Matt: Hopefully you caught my recent Q&A with Scott Michael Foster (no relation to Chad Michael Murray), who revealed some of what’s to come for Cappie. Also see if this floats your boat: Casey’s other ex, Evan, has a big story ahead of him — and he’s getting an older brother, to be played by Step Up 2 stud Robert Hoffman.  Source: TV Guide

I know it’s a ways off by I have important Greek questions: Does next season pick up right where we left off? Are we still in Rusty’s freshman year? and does that mean we will not see Dale until season 3?
Ausiello: “We’ll finally be out of Rusty’s freshman year,” reveals Greek creator Sean Smith of season 2.5, which kicks off next March. “When we return it’s the fall of his second year and Casey and the upper-classmen’s fourth. It’ll be a whole new year, with Rush (like the pilot) all over again, new pledges, new fun!” And what about Dale? “He’ll definitely be around,” says Smith. “Only this year he’s living in Calhoun Hall as Rusty moves into the Kappa Tau house.” And just like God said in the finale, Rusty and Dale will be roommates again. But with a twist. And a funny one at that. —
Source: EW

Oh. My. God. After last week’s Greek episode, I have no idea how I’m going to last till the next year! Does Frannie really get away with starting her own house?
Yes she does! Sources on the set tell me the Iota Kappa Iota house is already in full swing. Because of the IKI (pronounced “icky,” tee hee) house, Zeta Beta Zeta is going to be desperate for girls, and will even pair up with the Kappa Taus for a party. When it goes down, Cappie and Casey will get into a huge fight over the fact that a nongreek male is in attendence…Max! Yup, he’ll be sticking around CRU. —
Source: E!Online

Greek – Season 2 Cast Promotional Photos

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Greek Spoilers Update!

Did Rebecca go to the new house on Greek?
Sources close to the set tell me that Rebecca (Dilshad Vadsaria) will be staying with the Zeta Beta Zeta house and not leaving for Frannie’s (Tiffany Dupont) Iota Kappa Iota house, but that doesn’t mean the ZBZ’s won’t be desperate for new girls. — Source: Kristin on E!Online

New Greek Spoilers!

Calvin might be getting a boyfriend. (Might.) He meets a hottie at the gym named Jess who seems to be flirting with him, but when they get together later to watch a football game, the messages are more mixed. – Source: Kristin on E!Online

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