In the third-season opener, Casey deals with Cappie's rejection, while Cappie learns of Max's departure. Elsewhere, Rusty risks being dropped from the honors program as his organic-chemistry grade falls.
ZBZ hosts a father-daughter weekend, and tensions run high at the house when the secret about whom Rebecca kissed is revealed. Meanwhile, Rusty tries to use sports to impress Jordan's dad, and Dale and Cappie explore different religions. Brian Howard: Kadeem Hardison. Sen. Ken Logan: Thomas Calabro. Jack: Tom Amandes. Russell Cartwright Sr.: Jerry Lambert.
As Rusty and Jordan try to get closer, they realize they're the final two players in a campus-wide game. Elsewhere, Calvin and Grant go off campus for a romantic dinner; and Casey wants to save the annual "Undie Run" tradition, which faces cancellation.
Casey patrols non-alcohol party night during Dry Weekend on campus until she and Evan unknowingly eat some special brownies. Meanwhile, Grant's old high-school girlfriend surprises him with a visit, and Rusty seeks academic help at a book signing.
Casey thinks a clever calendar photo shoot will up ZBZ's falling status, but a freshman pledge leads a revolt against her plan. Elsewhere, Cappie helps Evan find a part-time job, and Rusty's idea for cheering up Jordan may awaken a KT curse.
The ZBZ gals scramble to get donations during Founders Weekend. Elsewhere, Rusty tries to get Jordan into their school's photography program, and he and Jordan double-date with Calvin and Grant while Cappie attempts to score a date with Lana.
Dale and Calvin take Rusty to Comic-Con to distract him from thinking about Jordan. Elsewhere, Casey is suspicious of Cappie and Evan's rekindled friendship, and Ashleigh and Fisher timidly start dating again. John de Lancie guest stars as himself.
Ashleigh goes all out while planning a four-way mixer and even bribes another sorority to participate. Elsewhere, Evan's reputation takes a hit when everyone learns he lost his trust fund, and Cappie starts to pull away from Lana.
Thanksgiving on campus finds Casey and Rebecca getting turned away from a volunteer project; Cappie canceling a golf outing with Evan to take part in the KT Turkey Hunt; and Dale sneaking a peek at Rusty's notes as they compete for an engineering grant.
Casey's loyalties are torn when she's offered a Panhellenic VP position at the same time ZBZ needs her help with Songfest. Elsewhere, Evan and Cappie try to stop the increased rivalry between their houses; and Rusty and Dale feud over science projects.
A fund-raiser ball is held to help rebuild the Gamma Psi's fire-ravaged house, and the ZBZs worry about their possible role in the blaze. Meanwhile, the KTs mourn their expelled brothers; Evan is tentative near Rebecca; and Dale employs some interns.
Ashleigh organizes a Geek Auction and helps Rusty win a date with an attractive sorority gal. Meanwhile, a guilt-plagued Casey has to save ZBZ; and Rebecca and Cappie vie for the only open spot in a human-sexuality class.
A Greek softball tournament finds Casey and Cappie on opposing teams. Meanwhile, Rusty struggles in his role as pledge educator; Rebecca's thoughts on love confuse Evan; and Calvin asks Rusty to bond with Grant.
Casey's volunteer work with a visiting politician (Sam Page) has her considering a career in politics, but Cappie isn't ready to discuss postcollegiate life. Elsewhere, Rusty prepares to appear on the cover of an engineering magazine.
On Valentine's Day, Casey plays matchmaker for Rusty and Katherine, and she and Cappie compete to find romantic gifts. Meanwhile, Ashleigh has doubts about Pete's fidelity; Grant tries to spice things up with Calvin; and Rebecca gets a special present from Evan.
A professor moves next door to the KT house, so the KTs make him a pledge. Elsewhere, Casey struggles with her law-school application, so she seeks advice from Katherine; and the Omegas discover a large sum of money is missing from petty cash.
Mardi Gras festivities interrupt Casey's attempts to study for the LSAT, but she gets guidance from Joel. Meanwhile, Katherine pressures Rusty to move forward with their relationship; and Evan secretly takes a job bartending at a gay nightclub.
Casey goes on a camping trip with Cappie and his parents (Lea Thompson and Jim Abele) and is surprised by their free-spirited attitude regarding their son's future. Elsewhere, Rusty has trouble choosing a date for a 1980s party. Alpha Rev perform.
The fraternity houses prepare for a golf tournament, and ZBZ gets ready for an updated beauty pageant. Meanwhile, Rusty learns about Cappie and Evan's renewed friendship; and Calvin and Grant quarrel over their spring-break plans.
In the third-season finale, the seniors ponder life after graduation during spring break in Myrtle Beach, S.C. While there, Ashleigh and Rebecca create phony names and backgrounds for themselves, and Dale interrupts Rusty and Dana's romantic plans.