Season 2 Episode 3

Let's Make a Deal

Aired Monday 10:00 PM Sep 09, 2008 on ABC Family
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Episode Summary

Casey and Rusty organize a casino night in order to help a debt-plagued Ashleigh. Elsewhere, Evan struggles with accepting the fine print on his trust fund. Cappie's in need of new car. And, Rebecca wants more from a relationship but she's not sure if she'll get it from Cappie.moreless

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  • On comedy I would give it a 10/10. On story more of a 4/10.

    I felt the episode was not very exciting, I was not captivated and was easily distratced from the story. But for what the episode lacked in story it made up for with some of the best Greek jokes ever. Betsy is becoming a very funny character, being seen again at the casino and being "intoxicated" on life. Rusty and Casey had some good brother/sister bonding, which they really needed. Rusty's new Room Advisor also starting to have a prettt major role. Ashleigh was another catalyst of humor. Frannie and Evan talked about his trust fund, not very exciting. Calvin was somewhere in there too. There was poker cheating. Cappie and Rebecca broke up. Some other stuff happened. Oh yeah Cappie And Rebecca Broke Up. The glorious occasion has finally come and they are no more. I predict Casey gets with the R.A. and Cappie finally sees who he truely pines for.moreless
Michael Rady

Michael Rady


Guest Star

Kathryn Harrold

Kathryn Harrold

Mrs. Chambers

Guest Star

Brian Maillard

Brian Maillard


Guest Star

Danny Weaver

Danny Weaver

Ben Bennet

Recurring Role

Eileen Boylan

Eileen Boylan


Recurring Role

Derek Mio

Derek Mio


Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (0)

  • QUOTES (9)

    • Dealer: You're tipping me with fake money?
      Cappie: Yes, but the feelings are real.

    • Casey: We need to learn how to count cards.
      Rusty: There are 52 cards in a deck.

    • Betsey: Hi, I'm Betsey. I've been playing at this table for two hours and loving it. That's because I don't need alcohol to have a good time, I'm high on life.
      Max: Cherish every moment.
      Casey: That's very sweet.
      Dealer: 22, you bust.
      Betsey: Son of a bitch! I have to win that back! Deal me again! Let's go!

    • Evan: Freedom is an illusion.

    • Casey: What about my Cabbage Patch drink incident?
      Rusty: What? Your stupid doll that could pee? I was 6!
      Casey: My online 'N Sync diary erased…
      Rusty: I was 12 then! Now I'm 18!
      Casey: O my God! 6-12-18. 666! It explains everything!

    • Casey: It took four produce men and five quarters to take my car off that horse! I had to take the school bus for a week!
      Rusty: It was a honest mistake!

    • Casey: Rusty, we have a good thing going here. A year ago if someone had asked me what your favorite color is I probably would have assumed you are color blind, given the way you dress, now I know its brown.
      Rusty: Actually, it's green.

    • Rusty: Hey Case, that's a cool shirt! Where did you get it?
      Casey: Why? Are you going shopping?
      Rusty: No, I was just paying a compliment to my super awesome sister.
      Casey: What do you want?
      Rusty: Your car…
      Casey: Ha, ha. No!

    • Calvin: Sounds like a rich kid thing. The Chambers Prison . What does that look like? Diamond latrines and bars made of gold?
      Evan: Nope. But with my trust fund I can probably build you one.

  • NOTES (0)


    • Max: Doctor Who

      Doctor Who is a British science fiction show that follows the adventures of the Doctor, a mysterious alien time-traveler. The show originally ran from 1963 to 1989, but has been resurrected several times including its recent incarnation which started its run in 2005 and is still currently on the air.

    • Rusty: Stop treating me like a little kid, or Damien.

      Damien is the Antichrist and the son of the devil in the movies The Omen and its subsequent sequels and remake.

    • Most of the episode is an allusion to the 2008 movie, 21, about the MIT blackjack team that used their math skills to count cards in Vegas casinos.

    • The way Casey Cartwright is dressed is an allusion to the movie Casino starring Robert DeNiro. In the casino scene Casey is dressed similarly to how Sharon Stone was dressed in the beginning of the movie.

    • Cappie: I love drama! Remember when Locke opened the hatch, finally!

      Cappie refers to the Lost TV series. In the Season 1 finale, John Locke blows open the hatch using dynamite, ignoring Hurley's protests after seeing the numbers (4 8 15 16 23 42) on the hatch door. Hurley heard the numbers from a mentally ill man and won the lottery by using them, but this only brought him misfortune. The numbers were considered cursed and so was the hatch.

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