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2007, TV Show

Greek Episode: "Depth Perception"

Season 1, Episode 9
Episode Synopsis: The bond between Frannie and Casey is tested when both are in the running for the coveted title of Omega Chi Sweetheart. Meanwhile, the ever-present Dale cramps Rusty's style when he wants to be alone with Jen K.
Original Air Date: Sep 3, 2007

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Season 1, Episode 9
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Length: 09:24:36
Aired: 9/3/2007

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"Depth Perception" Season 1, Episode 9

Sorry for the delay, folks: I moved this weekend and it turns out my new residence's cable service doesn't include ABC Family. Unfathomable. This week's A-plot centers on the fight to be crowned Omega Chi sweetheart, with new nominee Casey battling it out against Frannie, who has learned she won't be graduating after all and is therefore throwing herself back into ZBZ. Much to Casey's chagrin, Frannie does everything she can to undermine or outright sabotage Casey's candidacy, but it's apparently not enough (or too much?) and Casey is victorious. Afterwards, Frannie drowns her sorrows and threatens that, like Al Gore, someone can win the popular vote but not be elected president. Meanwhile, Rusty and Jen K. are enjoying their young love, but having Dale as a roommate makes for an awkward sexile situation. Hurt that Rusty is ignoring him, Dale lashes back with passive aggression and then outright hostility through closet-hiding, milk-buying and the usual. But Jen makes Rusty see where Dale is coming from, and in the end he apologizes and they make up. Last, Cappie signs up for a psych experiment that involves him being locked in a room for 30 hours with Rebecca. There's argument and witty banter, and just when the chemistry is heating up the session ends and they go their separate ways. For now, at least. Cappie then sends his earnings straight over to Casey as repayment for last week's strip-club debacle, and she opens the envelope and closes the episode gazing pensively in a mirror. The best scene this week: the Dale/Rusty/Jen K. interaction. The worst of this week: too much talk! Not enough drinking/fighting/partying/sexing! The most awkward of this week: the poorly executed and too heavy-handed Lonelygirl15 joke. Sad times. Next week: season finale! show less
Sorry for the delay, folks: I moved this weekend and it turns out my new residence’s cable service doesn’t include ABC Family. Unfathomable.This week's A-plot centers on the fight to be crowned Omega Chi sweetheart, with new nominee Casey battling it out against Frannie, who has learned she won’t be graduating after all and is therefore throwing herself back into ZBZ. Much to Casey’s chagrin, Frannie does everything she can to undermine or outright sabotage Casey’s candidacy, but it’s apparently not enough (or too much?) and Casey is victorious. Afterwards, Frannie drowns her sorrows and threatens that, like Al Gore, someone can win the popular vote but not be elected president.Meanwhile, Rusty and Jen K. are enjoying their young love, but having Dale as a roommate makes for an awkward sexile situation. Hurt that Rusty is ignoring him, Dale lashes back with passive aggression and then outright hostility through closet-hiding, milk-buying and the usual. ... read more

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Premiered: July 09, 2007, on ABC Family
Rating: TV-14
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Premise: A geeky freshman tries to fit in at a tony college, where his sister is a popular sorority girl.

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