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Greek - Episode 4.03 - Cross Examined Life - Press Release

A MURDER MYSTERY DINNER AND A MIRACULOUS RETURN SHAKE UP CYPRUS RHODES UNIVERSITY IN AN ALL-NEW EPISODE OF “GREEK,” PREMIERING MONDAY, JANUARY 17, AT 9:00 PT ET/PT ON ABC FAMILY

Josh Randall Guest Stars as Professor Simon Segal and Returning Guest Stars Include Devon Werkheiser as Peter Parkes, Martha MacIsaac as Dana and Nora Kirkpatrick as Katherine

Burbank, CA (Tuesday, December 21) – Prepared to console his brother-less roommate, Rusty is met with a surprise when he finds that Dale is actually pledging a fraternity – and it’s not Kappa Tau – which clearly affects their friendship. However, Rusty and Dana (Martha MacIsaac) hatch a scheme to get his best friend back during a Murder Mystery Party in an all-new episode of “Greek,” Monday, January 17 at 9PM ET/PT. The episode, "Cross Examined Life,” is directed by Michael Lange with the teleplay by Jason Gavin & Roger Grant and story by Jason Gavin.

In another CRU surprise, Ashleigh shows up to the ZBZ house unannounced with some unexpected news about her job in New York City. Meanwhile, during Casey’s first day at CRU Law School, she becomes the target of petty gossip amongst her fellow classmates. When she turns to Evan for help, his over-competitive nature gets the best of him, leaving Casey alienated from the rest of the students. As a result, she contemplates turning to Professor Simon Segal (Josh Randall) for assistance to get paired for a study group – and in the end, Katherine (Nora Kirkpatrick) proves to be a ray of hope during Casey’s law school crisis.

It’s business as usual for the Kappa Tau’s with huge house parties and sleeping through class, but change comes for Rusty as he adopts his new duties as Pledge Educator to Peter Parkes (Devon Werkheiser) or “Pledge Spidey”. Shockingly, Cappie has decided to apply himself in school this year. When he pairs up with Calvin for a Philosophy assignment, they give “the old college try” a whole new meaning!

Created by Patrick Sean Smith, “Greek” is executive produced in association with Piller/Segan. The cast includes Jacob Zachar as Rusty, Spencer Grammer as Casey, Scott Michael Foster as Cappie, Jake McDorman as Evan, Clark Duke as Dale, Dilshad Vadsaria as Rebecca, Paul James as Calvin, and Amber Stevens as Ashleigh.

Source: ABC

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