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Rusty Cartwright (Character)
from "Greek" (2007)

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Rusty Cartwright is the younger brother of Casey Cartwright... See more »


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  1. "Greek"
        - Legacy (2011) TV episode, Played by Jacob Zachar
        - Agents for Change (2011) TV episode, Played by Jacob Zachar
        - Subclass Plagiostomi (2011) TV episode, Played by Jacob Zachar
        - Midnight Clear (2011) TV episode, Played by Jacob Zachar
        - Fumble (2011) TV episode, Played by Jacob Zachar
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From "Greek: The Great Cappie (#1.12)" (2008)
Cappie: Downstairs will be a once-in-a-lifetime down-and-dirty secret prohibition party - in our oh-so-humble grotto.
The Beaver: A what party?
Cappie: ...a prohibition party, uh, a speakeasy.
[Beaver looks confused]
Cappie: All right, look. Here's how it's gonna work. Upstairs is gonna be the authority-pleasing, yawn-inducing Great Gatsby party, but downstairs will be a delightful, delicious den of iniquity.
[Beaver looks more confused]
Rusty Cartwright: You've heard of the 18th Amendment? You know alcohol was illegal in the 20s?
The Beaver: No?
[Everyone laughs]
The Beaver: Is that why they call it the Great Depression?
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