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Greek Episode: "No Campus for Old Rules"

Season 1, Episode 19
Episode Synopsis: Dissension in the ranks at the Zeta house erupts when Ashleigh gets special treatment from Casey. Meanwhile, Cappie takes action against the current campus rules, and Rusty adjusts to a new relationship.
Original Air Date: May 19, 2008

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Season 1, Episode 19
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Length: 43:19
Aired: 5/19/2008
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Greek Episode Recap: "No Campus for Old Rules" Season 1, Episode 19

So sorry for the delay! Due to a suddenly broken TiVo and other technical difficulties, I wasn't able to catch this episode until it replayed Tuesday at midnight. (That's right I stayed up just for you!) We've already waited long enough, let's not waste any time and get right to the good stuff. Apparently CRU has an amazing basketball team and the whole school is pumped up for the championship game. From a Greek lottery for courtside seats to spirit socials at a local bar, there are plenty of reasons for Greeks on campus to get excited. But unfortunately not everyone can partake in the fun. A few ZBZs—including Ashleigh—didn't hit the books and now must make up that time during social events. Ashleigh explained that she missed study hours because she was in meetings planning all of the social events of the week. As president Casey pardoned Ashleigh, a move that none of the pledges stuck staying in (i.e. Rebecca Logan) were too happy about it. Sick of hearing the pledges whisper about her, Casey apologized and pardoned the pledges for that week too. A noble gesture, yes, but Casey started to lose her authority over the house. After 25 years, Kappa Tau won courtside seats to the championship game via the all-Greek lottery. The boys can bring guests and Rusty asked Tina (yeah hardcore U-SAG Tina) to join him. A cute moment was in the making until Rusty explained how he scored the seats. An all-Greek lottery gave Dale and Tina the fuel they needed to keep the U-SAG fire burning.Cappie complained to Dean Bowman about the tickets with sandwich metaphors and then went on to show him just how silly the Greek restrictions with a fake ticket written in crayon. Dean Bowman (sporting a new goatee, not his best look) called Cappie's bluff and invited him to speak on behalf of the Greeks at the board meeting. Wow, the future of Greek life on campus in Cappie's hands? This is big, even Evan offered to help Cappie out—though Cappie promptly rejected "Evanescence's" help. Things are not looking so good. Casey vented to Evan about her situation at ZBZ and it turns out Evan gives good advice. He suggested she talk to Frannie who told Casey she will lose control if she keeps trying to win everyone over with honey. Casey opened a forum, allowed the girls to complain and when things got out of control, she shut everyone up and showed them who is in charge. Rusty realized that while Tina infuriates him, he actually has a giant crush on her. In probably the most awkward way possible, Rusty and Tina hooked up her dorm.All gloves were off at the big board meeting. Dale delivered a compelling speech, until he got all fire and brimstone. Cappie's speech could have been decent had he not been cut off after two minutes. Luckily Evan stepped in and pointed out that many board members had their own wild moments back in college. Restrictions were lifted and the Greek community rejoiced. Parties were in full force while Dale sulked alone in the dark. Tina called Rusty (I guess that's going to last) and Dean Bowman relived his college days with old flaming bag prank. Seems highly unlikely, but still a classic. So who's happy the restrictions are over with? Who was shocked by Dean Bowman's past? Rusty and Tina? show less
So sorry for the delay! Due to a suddenly broken TiVo and other technical difficulties, I wasn't able to catch this episode until it replayed Tuesday at midnight. (That's right I stayed up just for you!) We've already waited long enough, let's not waste any time and get right to the good stuff. read more

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Premiered: July 09, 2007, on ABC Family
Rating: TV-14
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