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- “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
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.
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.
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!
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.
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)