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The Cast Of “Greek” Still Hangs Out And It Is Melting Our Hearts
So, before I begin diving into the brand new, and sadly, last season of Greek, here is a brief recap of what happened on the finale of season 3. This season begins at graduation with everyone in their robes, ready to enter the real world. The president of the college Alan Ruck from Ferris Bueller delivers a speech that, well um, tries to make an impact on the graduates.
Ashleigh, Casey and Evan are all in their robes, looking as classy as ever. Rusty and Dale are there with signs and video cameras in tow.
None of the panel members copped to having any real-life Greek experience, whether they felt Cappie and Casey were meant to be together.
User Name: Remember Me? Will the two finally get back together? Will Ashley be supportive? The episode is full of competition and rivalry on the Cyprus Rhodes campus. One of the biggest blue ribbon competitions — Songfest — is approaching and the ZBZs are determined to win. Katherine throws a second curveball to the ZBZs by disqualifying their dance the night before the competition.
Will they make it work and win the competition? Cappie and Evan launch a plan in hopes of uniting their houses — but will it bring them together or push them even further apart? Meanwhile, Rusty and Dale are feuding over their science projects and decide the best way to settle the score is a good old fashioned battle bots competition. Lots of hostility. Casey is mad at Evan, too. In the Cappie and Rebecca scenes, she teases him about being in love.
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You gotta be a realist. The pledges will thank you in the end. Dale tries to turn Calvin straight. In this episode, Ashleigh and Casey are discussing being wingmen, referring to each other as Maverick and Goose, which is also a reference to Top Gun. This highlights their romantic escapades. All in all, it was a very awkward episode, and the title acknowledges that.
Dec 29, – Cappie and Casey Cartwright (Scott Michael Foster and Spencer Grammer) from “Greek” “Who Cappie and Casey were meant to be together! I love when cast members are friends in real life, because it makes the show.
Ashleigh is upset about Casey sleeping out every night. Casey reeks though, of stale beer, pepperoni, and feet. Like the KT house. Rusty and Calvin are walking. The pledges made Rusty a misspelled shirt. Calvin mentions the tiara incident. They suggest getting together so Calvin can meet Grant. How does she sleep there? Cappie suggests a KT. Casey is hesitant. What about Beaver?
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And just like that, Greek is gone. But what a sweet finale it was. Two additional scenes are available in the ep, including one in which Evan and Cappie finally making amends. And if you miss your date with iTunes, Netflix will also carry the extra-filled episode. The spirit of KT is kind of the heart of the series.
Cappie tells Casey about him dating Rebecca and he will be her date for the big annual ZBZ Games, but the real competition is between Rebecca and Casey.
And yet, the world in which Rusty and his collegiate peers inhabited on the ABC Family series Greek somehow never gets old. Drama, friendship, keggers, love triangles — this show had all the makings of a guilty pleasure. Given that the show lasted four seasons, fans felt invested in the lives of the main pledges. Alas, as is also the case with college in real life, the fun had to come to an end.
With talks of a TV movie reboot in the works in , we had hope that we’d finally find out what became of everyone’s favorite fraternity brothers and sorority sisters after graduation. But alas, that dream was shattered in As for what happened to the actors who portrayed them, well, they’ve done pretty well for themselves since saying goodbye to Greek.
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We quickly fell in love with Casey’s love triangle featuring Evan Jake McDorman and Cappie Scott Michael Foster and rooted for the bookish Rusty’s social successes over the course of four smart seasons. Since the show’s finale on March 7, , the cast has been keeping busy. And, while we won’t be getting a reunion movie anytime soon, at least we can see the actors working hard everyplace else.
She last was seen as the flight attendant who almost stepped in the middle of Meredith and Nathan getting together in the most recent season of Grey’s Anatomy. Grammer’s also had starring gigs in the short-lived drama Ironside and comedy Mr.
Brief synopsis: Cappie tells Casey that he’s dating Rebecca, which causes her to sleep Greek life: There are several important relationships in a Greek’s life. So much of a character that I don’t really feel like you’re real.
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Derek and casey dating in real life
Attention Greek fans! Monday night’s mid-season finale of the show has gotten us all kinds of anxious. We’re so excited Cappie’s finally admitting his feelings for Casey to himself and to us and we’re dying to know what happens next.
My favorite character on the series is Cappie (played by Scott Michael Foster), the laid back party guy in the series, including his thoughts on the Casey/Cappie story and where he hopes his character ends up. Do you guys hang out together off the set? I mean maybe the drive over the hill everyday?
Greek is a dramedy set at fictitious Cyprus-Rhodes University, which focuses on the social minefield that is the Greek system. Viewers will see this unique cast of characters navigate their way through this treacherous terrain as they try to find their place at Cyprus-Rhodes University. Greek – Season 2 Greek is a dramedy set at fictitious Cyprus-Rhodes University, which focuses on the social minefield that is the Greek system.
Despite their opposing houses, Calvin and Rusty strive to remain friends. Meanwhile, Casey has to decide what to do about Rebecca’s actions over spring break, and Rebecca’s continuous bad behavior doesn’t do the situation any good. Meanwhile, Rusty meets his new RA and turns to him for help. Elsewhere, Evan struggles with accepting the fine print on his trust fund. Cappie’s in need of new car. And, Rebecca wants more from a relationship but she’s not sure if she’ll get it from Cappie.
Episode 4 – Gays, Ghosts and Gamma Rays Rusty is looking into the list of Kappa Tau actives and this makes him very nervous about one member’s true identity being uncovered. Also, Casey seems to like Max, Rusty’s R. And Ashleigh accepts to accompany Calvin and Michael to a gay bar as Michael says Calvin doesn’t have enough gay friends.
But like college in real life, Greek came to an end after four incredible and hope for the future (Cappie and Casey are moving to D.C. together!
Captain “Cappie” John Paul Jones is one of the main characters of the series. He was also a member of the Amphora Society. He is mostly known for his laid-back attitude with school and life and his dedication to throwing parties and helping out his fraternity brothers. He is the boyfriend of Casey Cartwright and an “accidental” philosophy graduate of Cyprus-Rhodes University. By the end of series, he is leaving with Casey to live in Washington, D.
Cappie is first introduced as Casey’s ex boyfriend and Evan’s archenemy. After Evan cheats on Casey, she sleeps with Cappie in retaliation. When he and Casey were partnered together for a paper, they kissed. After Casey was lavaliered, he spirals into a depression and takes the Kappa Tau house out to a stripclub. He ends up getting wasted and his credit card is declined so Rusty had to call Casey to come help them.
To pay Casey back, he signs up to be part of a psych experiment; it turns out that Rebecca Logan will be administrating the examination. Over the 30 hour duration of the exam, they end up bonding over their mutual dislike for their parents. He ends up dating Rebecca Logan.
GREEK, for the love of Cappie!
Author Notes: In Forever Yours – Gabriella wears this dress to the reunion, only the dress she wears is an emerald green color. I thought it would look pretty on her. As soon as I saw the wedding dress, I knew it was the one – even the model kind of looks like Gabriella. Hope you agree with me. For the bridesmaid dress, this photo is defaulted to yellow.
Meanwhile, when Evan’s real-life brother, Patrick, comes for a visit, their celebration at Casey and Cappie are at war over who can come up with the most romantic are left, which puts a damper in their effort to spend alone time together.
But there was another four-year chunk of a small group of people’s lives that will forever stick out in our memory: the four-season run of Greek. ABC Family’s critically-loved and fan-favorite drama about a group of undergrads at fictional Cyprus-Rhodes University took a realistic and compelling look at life as a Greek student, exposing what it was really like to rush a fraternity or sorority, how your brothers and sisters could change your life for better or worse , and all the relationship and drunken shenanigans that went down between the beautiful people living in the houses on and off campus.
Plus, all the themed college parties you could ever imagine! For fans who weren’t in college yet, it offered an honest look at what to expect should you decide to go Greek when you do arrive at college in the future. For fans who never rushed when in college for various reasons, Greek offered the once-in-a-lifetime chance to find out what fraternity and sorority life was all about, the good lifelong friends and awesome parties , the bad rivalries with other houses and within your own house , and the ugly hazing.
There was something for everyone. The episode was filled with happing endings Cappie graduated!
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Some time seems to have passed. Cappie and Rusty are discussing their finals. Spidey is still bitter that his dad is saving the day by buying the KT house.
they didn’t stop there: they had to throw Cappie and Casey together in a setting wherein Casey’s newfound confusion about her life makes her relate Rusty is having the worst Spring Break ever (Real guy from his ID.
Most series set in college would end their first season with the end of the school year, but Greek is operating under a really weird schedule — it took only ten episodes to complete the first half of the year, but only got to Spring Break Woo! The argument you could make, though, is that a show that has nothing to do with academics should probably climax in the throes of the party period as opposed to the exam one. For the most part, the show follows its traditional patterns: Ashley is shallow and immature, Casey is self-righteous, Cappie is humorous but unfairly treaded on, Evan is pathetic, and Rusty has every possible bad thing that could happen to him, well, happen to him.
However, furthering my respect for the series, at first the only person who views it as anything more than friendship between them is Rebecca, who has good reason to — her paranoia is fueled not by illogical and cliched plotting, but rather an emotional breakdown fueled by a tragic revelation about her Senator father That he is part of a high end prostitution ring. Cappie as the concerned, doting and caring boyfriend is pretty much where the character sits most of the time in my mind, so ending him on that note would be doing the character justice.
There was nothing necessary about that kiss, really — they could have just let Cappie and Casey relate to one another and potentially set a course for a new future. Casey, however, finally gets a sober third thought or four. That she wants to be with Evan is strange when she knows what a dirtbag he is, but at the same time I think that the show took it a step too far by turning it into something where both are really in the relationship to spite Casey.
The only two people who really get to define themselves on their own terms in the episode are Rusty and Calvin, who leave Myrtle Beach early to avoid further humiliation and to see their boyfriend, respectively of course. Throwing Dale into the mix was a smart move, as the character has plenty of potential to exasperate these situations, and there was just a lot to like about it.
Sure, certain things came to the forefront.