“Greek” the “G” word is spoken, “Graduation.”


Miss Cartwright goes to Washington? The Future looms over Casey and Cappie.

The “G” word is finally spoken out loud –“Graduation.” Casey is ready to discuss the future with a resistant Cappie, and the situation isn’t helped by handsome Washington politician Joel (Sam Page), who encourages Casey to envision a potential career in politics after she volunteers to help him with his voter registration campaign at the Cyprus Rhodes campus.

Find out if Cappie is ready to grow up or if he will fall behind, in an all new episode of the ABC Family hit series “Greek” premiering Monday, February 15, 2010 (10:00-11:00 PM ET/PT). The episode, entitled “The Tortoise and the Hair,” was directed by Michael Lange and written by Rob Bragin.

Rusty has been selected to appear on the cover of EW (Engineering Weekly), but before the interview takes place an argument with Dana (Martha MacIsaac) leads him to question his choices and his project. 

Created by Patrick Sean Smith, “Greek” is executive produced by Piller/Segan in association with ABC Family. The cast includes Jacob Zachar as Rusty, Spencer Grammer as Casey, Scott Michael Foster as Cappie, Jake McDorman as Evan, Clark Duke as Dale, Dilshad Vadsaria as Rebecca, Paul James as Calvin, and Amber Stevens as Ashleigh.

IN AN ALL-NEW EPISODE OF “GREEK,” MONDAY, February 15 at 10:00PM ET/PT ON ABC FAMILY. Sam Page (“Mad Men”) Guest Stars as Joel,Oleysa Rulin (“High School Musical 1, 2 and 3”) guest stars as ZBZ Pledge Abby,and Martha MacIsaac (Superbad) Guest Stars as Dana

(source: ABC Family)