Episode PremiereSeptember 14, 2009
Show Period2007 - 2011
Production CompanyPiller Squared/The Segan
Casey's bored with being pledge committee chair, so she volunteers to be ZBZ's Pan-Hellenic delegate. It's her senior year, after all, and she doesn't feel very involved with her house anymore. The girls on the council aren't what she was expecting, though -- they're all business, all the time.
It gets worse when committee president Catherine decides to dock blu-ribbon points from any sorority that participates in the annual Undie Run (an event where all the Geeks strip down to their underwear and run through campus to show their school spirit). Casey easily thwarts the decision by getting 600 sorority sigs on a petition but it's a hollow victory. Catherine was really just hopping to give the Greek system a better image, and she drives that home to casey. Once she sees Catherine's point, Casey comes up with a plan to make the prank a little more meaningful. She arranges for the runners' stripped-off clothes to be donated to a homeless shelter. Catherine's impressed by Casey's efforts, and everyone gets half-naked with a better conscience. Well, almost everyone. Not Catherine.
Ashleigh's still furious with Rebecca and Fisher, but those two are trying their best to get back in her good graces. Ashleigh's at least talking to Rebecca, even if she refuses to call her anything but "you." Fisher's being super-helpful around the house and saving treats for her. He even shaved! She tells him to just stop already and leave, but it's obvious she doesn't entirely mean it.
Calvin and Grant can't get any time alone, which is pretty hilarious considering they're roommates. Their brothers don't leave them a minute to themselves. Ashleigh wonders why Calvin doesn't just rent a motel room already. But Calvin, with stars in his eyes, tells her it's more than that. Grant is special. Also, Grant isn't out of the closet yet, and they're worried how the rest of the house will react if they find out. Calvin thinks two gay brothers would be too much for one frat.
So Calvin and Grant decide to have a little getaway somewhere away from campus -- like, two towns over away. Funny -- that's the same distance Evan went to find a job waiting tables where no one from CRU would see him. Oops. He's as committed to keeping his brokeness a secret as Grant is to staying in the closet. Evan 'fesses' up to Calvin about his serious lack of trust fundage, and Calvin tells him what's up with Grant. It's good to see these two actually taking again!
Their secret are safe, and Evan even has a new lock installed on Grant and Calvin's door to keep nosy brothers from barging in. Is this the new Evan at work?Rusty and Jordan having their own problems connecting. They're more in love than ever and ready to take their relationship to the next level. But the world seems to have other plans for them. First, Rusty's really working to bring his grades back up this semester, which Jordan totally respects. Second, location, location, location -- nosy roommates are a real drag. And finally, Rusty and Jordan happen to be the last two players standing in the "Gotcha!" assassination game. Whoever wins score some serious cash and Greek blue-ribbon points for his or her house, so Rusty's brothers and Jordan's sisters are doing everything they can to keep the two lovebirds apart.
It starts off like Montagues and Capulets but ends up with a little more Mr. and Mrs. Smith when the pair really start gunning for each other. Rebecca gets puts on Jordan detail, while Cappie becomes Rusty's bodyguard. But a secret note slipped into his pocket is the beginning of Rusty's end, as he sneaks away to have dinner with Jordan and hopefully a little more.
Jordan really did just want to ravish her boyfriend ... mostly. But after the clothes stop flying and they're all afterglow-y, she puts a dart to Rusty's head. By that point, lying there with his girl in his arms, he couldn't care less. Even Cappie's not too bent out of shape at the loss of potential beer money when he hears Rusty finally got some action.