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Riley Falls for an Amish Guy on Rumspringa on 'Friends with Benefits' (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Sep 12th 2011 12:41AM
'Friends with Benefits'NBC wrapped the inaugural run of 'Friends With Benefits' (Fri., 8PM ET on NBC) this past Friday with a special guest appearance from 'Greek's Cappie. But Scott Michael Foster wasn't the same party-loving frat boy we came to know and love there ... at least, he wasn't when Riley tracked him down after their fling.

But that's because old Cappie, now Daniel, was a fine, upstanding member of an Amish community. Riley was simply one of the best parts of his Rumspringa. While it's generally not as crazy as depicted on television, this is a time of adolescence for many young Amish that can be a bit more lax on the rules.

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'Greek' Set Visit: Stars Promise Love and War for Season 3.5

by Laura Prudom, posted Jan 22nd 2010 12:00PM
Greek on ABC FamilyIt's been a long winter break for fans of ABC Family's 'Greek.' When we last left Cyprus Rhodes, our favorite ZBZ sisters were feeling guilty over possibly burning down rival sorority Gamma Psi's house; nerdy BFFs Rusty and Dale were on the outs after competition for a research prize drove a battling-robot-sized wedge between theml and fraternities Omega Chi and Kappa Tau were once again at war after a prank gone wrong resulted in three KTs being expelled.

Want to know how it all turns out? You'll have to tune in Jan. 25 at the show's new 10PM time slot to find out for sure, but in the meantime, check out AOL Television's exclusive visit to the 'Greek' set to see what's in store for the coming season, as we get the dirt from all your favorite brothers and sisters. Spoilerphobes, beware!

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Greek season two -- an early look

by Isabelle Carreau, posted Aug 26th 2008 2:02PM
Greek"Our friendship can be tested anywhere." - Rusty to Calvin

Since it's July 9, 2007, premiere on ABC Family, Greek has been one of weekly TV guilty pleasures. I've been enjoying its light and fun stories as well as the evolving and imploding relationships and friendships between the characters.

Having had the chance to read a few spoilers about the upcoming season these past few weeks, it looked like Greek would be as fun to watch as it was in its first season. However, something can look good on paper and turn out quite differently on the screen. Luckily, it is not the case for Greek; at least not according to the season premiere, which I had the chance to watch.

Slight spoilers coming up!

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