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Season 2 Episode 4

Gays, Ghosts and Gamma Rays

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Aired Monday 10:00 PM Sep 16, 2008 on ABC Family
8.8
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Gays, Ghosts and Gamma Rays
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Rusty is looking into the list of Kappa Tau actives and this makes him very nervous about one member's true identity being uncovered. Also, Casey seems to like Max, Rusty's R.A. And Ashleigh accepts to accompany Calvin and Michael to a gay bar as Michael says Calvin doesn't have enough gay friends.moreless

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  • A really good episode

    10
    Probably not my fav, but still a wonderful episode... Finally Rusty pass the pledge phase and now he is a real brother... thats so cool.



    I just loved the gay part, LOL, it was hilarious to see that and everyone saying the man's choice was a strip club and then they had to say it was the other... I laughed so much



    I also laughed when Rusty thought Joshua was a Cappie!



    But for me the best part of the whole episode, was Max and Cassie, I really hope now Cassie gets a real and cool relationship. At first I wanted Cassie to be with Cappie, but I guess Max and she make a good couple.



    For Max's gf story, I felt a bit like "A Walk to Remember", which made me to feel a bit sad :(moreless
  • casey learns a thing or two about her new crush, rusty thinks he has cappie all figured out and ashleigh is still trying to pay off her credit card bill!!!

    8.8
    nothing all that exciting really happened, BUT i still think this was a great episode, it lets all the characters grow, instead of them having to deal with crazy things all the time.

    ashleigh searched for a job throughiout most of the eppi, getting one at the end(didnt really understand what she is gonna work as...)

    loved the whole casey max relationship, cant wait to see what happend with these two, i think they have great chemistry, also Michael Rady is seriously hot, even as a geek :P

    the whole joshua whopper thing explains why kappa tau is still a freternity, can anyone remember what calvin wanted to pledge and he asked about grades and stuff, this explains everything!!!!!

    all in all a great episode, only goes to show that frannie and evan arnt needed!!!!moreless
  • Its not the greatest episode ever, but it was still decent.

    9.0
    Ok this episode was so good. I loved the Cappie and Rusty conversation about the class, you know with all the innuendo. Then the Casey and Max kiss was awesome. "I gotta go" and then he runs out of the house, I spit out the water I was drinking it was so funny. Everyone thinking the Gentleman's Club was the strip club not the gay bar. Cappie and Beaver together were great together, before Cappie took off to take the test. The commercial cutting in after Casey realizes Max is truly telling her his girlfriend is dead was great. It was almost humorous that the commercial came as soon as she said "oh". Typically there is a moment before the commercials kick in. I enjoyed that fact very much. Just like last episode when the commercial should have came after Casey and Rusty shook hands, but she yelled at him for holding her hand too tight, also extremely enjoyable, the long after the expected commercial. I am rambling about strange things, but they are things I take notice to, that make the show unique. The rest wasn't very interesting but hey I liked most of the episode.moreless
Max Greenfield

Max Greenfield

Michael

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Zoe Jarman

Zoe Jarman

Tour Guide

Guest Star

Kelly Smith

Kelly Smith

Claire Golan

Guest Star

Michael Rady

Michael Rady

Max

Recurring Role

Aaron Hill

Aaron Hill

Beaver

Recurring Role

Danny Weaver

Danny Weaver

Ben Bennett

Recurring Role

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    • The name of the fake student, Joshua Whopper, is an allusion to the 1983 movie WarGames, starring Matthew Broderick. WOPR (or War Operation Plan Response) was a military computer that controlled the country's missile-defense system. Joshua, the program that controlled the computer, was named after the inventor's deceased son.

      Another reference to the film: during the flashback explaining the creation of "Josh Whopper", Lasker Parks' computer is heard saying the words "Do you want to play a game?", paraphrasing the initial question asked by WOPR (also one of the most memorable lines from the entire movie).

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