Rusty must find a date for his first fraternity mixer. Cappie sets him up with a " sure thing" now Rusty must make an important decision about his first time.




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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Ashleigh Howard (as Amber Stevens)
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An invitation for his sister Casey's sorority's mixer party makes Rusty face his relationship status - he's a virgin. According to Cappie it's still cute now but will soon be an unbearable and nearly unshakable burden. Rather than follow his roommate's celibacy club's example, Rusty seeks help from Casey in vain, then gets it from 'big brother' Cappie - he should turn up partnered with a willing looker. But how far should he go? Others seize the opportunity as well, only Evan may find himself reduced to nearly no action. Written by KGF Vissers

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Comedy | Drama





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27 July 2007 (USA)  »

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1.78 : 1
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Did You Know?


Casey says "oh look, Frasier's on!" when she turns on the TV in Evan's room. The show Frasier (1993) stars the actress's father, Kelsey Grammer. See more »


Cappie: It's simple. The secret to flirting, dating, and hooking up is all biology.
Rusty Cartwright: Don't you mean anatomy?
Cappie: Spitter, can't you see I'm in lecture mode? Where was I? AH! Biology. Okay, there's this guy named Chuck Darwin, now he proved that mankind has evolved over billions and trillions of years. Darwin showed that every aspect of human behavior has an evolutionary purpose. Right? Chatting up girls is in our genetic code, we're programmed to be able to do it. Why? So we can boink and make babies. It's ...
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References Gone with the Wind (1939) See more »


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