Season 3 Episode 1

The Day After

Aired Monday 10:00 PM Aug 31, 2009 on ABC Family



  • Trivia

    • The costumes in the Gotcha party include:
      Rebecca as Sidney Bristow
      Ashleigh and Fisher as Mr. and Mrs. Smith
      Evan as Jason Bourne
      Calvin as the Terminator
      Cappie as a ninja

    • Assassin is a popular game amongst college students, there are several different versions. The Omega Chi version of Assassin is a direct elimination in which players must hunt down their target and use a fake weapon to eliminate their target and then take their target's target until only one player remains.

  • Quotes

    • Wade: Why'd you shoot an old lady?
      Rusty: How are you an old lady?

    • Cappie: Test tubes not bunnies!
      Security Guard: What the hell...
      Cappie: I'm a ninja. For the ethical treatment of animals.
      Security Guard: NETA? Look, there are no animals in this building!
      Cappie: Oh, really? Then where are they? Did you know there are more animals used for testing than there are in the entire world?
      Security Guard: Well, that doesn't sound accurate.
      Cappie: Well, probably... (Security Guard turns him around) Okay!

    • Rebecca: (to Evan) Oh my god. You're poor.

    • Cappie: Chemistry's just like cooking right? I watch the Food Channel. I can be your sous-scientist.

    • Evan: What happened to you guys last night? You didn't come home.
      Calvin: Nothing happened! I stayed over Rusty's and Grant stayed over somewhere completely different.

  • Notes

    • Music:
      "Shotgun" - Glacier Hiking
      "1940" - The Submarines
      "Countdown" - Jupiter One
      "Island" - Hopewell
      "Dead Man's Party" - Oingo Boingo

  • Allusions

    • Casey: Grignard? Like that guy from Entourage?

      Entourage is a HBO dramedy about the rise an A-list movie star, and his childhood friends from Queens, as they coast the unfamiliar land of Hollywood. It stars Kevin Connelly and Adrian Grenier (who Casey incorrectly refers to).

    • Casey: I also watched the first hour of Once twice and the last 45 minutes of The Notebook once.

      She is referring to Once, a romantic film that chronicles the love between two musicians in a course of a week, and The Notebook, another romantic movie about an elderly man who reads a story about a couple who fell in love during the 1940s to an Alzheimers-ridden woman in a nursing home.