00:30 — See what's to come in the season finale of 60 Days In, airing Thursday at 10P.
Casey and Ashleigh work hard to get the ZBZ house rank back up, while Rusty and Jordan examine where their relationship is going.
Evan's brother Patrick shows up to ask for a favor, while Ashleigh, Rebecca and Casey go on a stakeout to discover who is stealing from the house.
Casey and Ashleigh go on a double date, and tensions are high during a softball tournament.
Ashleigh begins to question her relationship with Simon, while Casey and Evan face off on opposing sides of a mock trial.
Casey's secret plans cause a rift in her friendship with Ashleigh, while Rusty tries to balance studying with living in the KT house.
Rusty and Jordan double date with Calvin and Grant, while Casey and Ashleigh try to gather donations for Founder's Day.
Casey and Ashleigh begin to suspect that Rebecca is a double agent, while Rusty pushes for Andy to join the KT house.
Ashleigh and Katherine return to campus, and Rusty must choose between his pledge and helping Dale.
At the ZBZ house Ashleigh hires a new hasher who catches the eyes of all the sisters, while Rusty has a crush on a new girl.
It is Daddy-Daughter weekend at ZBZ and tensions are high when Ashleigh discovers a secret Rebecca and Casey have been hiding.
Ashleigh runs into a familiar face while delivering invites to ZBZ's Crush Party, while Rusty reconsiders his major.
01:50 — The HLN Anchor says the anonymous accuser is simply attacking Ansari over a ‘bad date’.
01:18 — Participants and father/son pair Matt and Andrew discuss the difficulties they experienced when they went into jail together.
01:01 — Many "60 Days In" participants share a common motivation: to shed light on the inner workings of the jail and prison system.
00:59 — Participants discuss their motivations for signing up to experience what it's like behind bars at Fulton County Jail.
00:54 — "60 Days In" Season 4 participants discuss their hopes to gain a greater understanding of family members and friends who have been incarcerated.