I think this is my absolute favorite Neighbros video of Scott’s. Check it out!
Hey Scott Michael Foster fans! Stacey here, Scott’s sister. I run this site, very poorly I must add. For awhile I forgot the login information, so that was a bit of a hindrance 🙂 I’ve just been really busy lately, and I’m really trying to get back into the swing of things, updating the website, the facebook site, etc. So, now that I’ve got that off my back, lets get down to business.
The New Stuff:
Scott and his neighbor, Jamie have launched a website called http://www.neighbros.com. It’s a series of funny videos that Scott, Jamie and Laura Prepon came up with.. All you fans have to support him and watch the videos! They are hilarious! Scott also has a twitter account now, a real one! He actually posts too, since he has twitter for his blackberry and can tweet on the go.
Just recently, Scott flew in to Dallas to be a part of the charity that is near and dear to our family, The Sue Weaver CAUSE. If you don’t know about The Sue Weaver CAUSE, you should check it out! The charity’s main goal is to raise consumer awareness for unsafe service employment. Basically, my husband’s aunt, Sue Weaver was raped and murdered in her home after a service contractor hired by a major department store came to clean her air ducts. He had stalked her for 6 months before he attacked. Little did she know, he was a twice convicted sex offender and the company failed to perform background checks on their employees. Sue is now no longer with us. Anyway, there was this huge fundraiser called Dancing for Cause. Several amateur and professional dancers danced together and Scott was one of the judges. He did a great job, and was his usual witty self, coming up with all sorts of funny comments and opinions. It was one amazing event and I know it was a huge success.
My family and I all went out to Possum Kingdom Lake that next day to eat at a restaurant that we love called Wild Catter Ranch in west Texas. It was a great time and we all celebrated Scott, my nephew and our mom’s birthday. A few days later, Neighbros launched their website!
I was trying to keep up with a weekly blog from Scott, but I think it’s going to end up being a monthly blog. Since it’s up to both of our schedules to call each other, it’s hard to make it happen weekly. I’ll try and be more consistent with updates! Thanks for all your wonderful comments!
Hey everyone! I know many of you have been waiting to be able to dowload Siren’s Eye songs and now you can! Scott and his band just released some songs onto Itunes! Check it out!
It’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 them, 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!
The big news this season is the long-awaited reunion between Casey (Spencer Grammer) and Cappie (Scott Michael Foster) — after years of will they, won’t they, the star-crossed couple are finally on the same page, but how long will they stay that way?
“Coming back, it’s all about the excitement of being back together — it feels new and yet familiar,” said Scott Michael Foster of his character’s rekindled romance, after making his grand entrance to our interview singing ‘Jingle Bells’ (it was the week before Christmas). “But there’s things that they have to work out, things that they didn’t resolve — like, what are their plans for the future? So you’re gonna see them get into that, and figure out how to work that out.”
Spencer Grammer agreed that it won’t be plain sailing for our favorite couple. “They’re trying to figure out if it really works outside of college or just in college,” she said. “Casey’s always been very driven, very focused on the future, but Cappie loves college and loves being in Kappa Tau, so it’s hard for him to be on the same wavelength as she is.”
As well as facing hurdles in regards to their future, Casey has to face one particular, dreaded moment that comes in every couple’s lives; meeting her partner’s parents.
“They’re they’re kind of these really hippie, hippie people who are free loving and never really got married and [Casey] finds out that they’re just the same as Cappie,” Grammer noted during a break from filming. “Of course, he totally thinks that’s great, that’s the way it should be, which is very different from Casey’s idea of what the future holds for them.”
The cameras and lights were being broken down around us, turning a quiet and secluded spot into a building zone. “This is the hardest interview I’ve ever had to do!” she laughed, but still managed to answer every question with grace.
Foster was full of praise for his on-screen parents, played by ‘Caroline in the City’ starLea Thompson and Jim Abele, who descend on CRU to help Casey and Cappie with their relationship troubles — via a camping trip! “They were both a pleasure to work with and it was a good episode,” he said. “It wasn’t just ‘here are the parents’; the story also had a lot of depth for Cappie’s character, so it was fun to shoot.”
In addition to their burgeoning relationship, both Casey and Cappie will struggle with deeper issues this season; the former with the fallout from the Gamma Psi fire, and the latter with the aftermath of Omega Chi’s betrayal, which resulted in three of our favorite Kappa Taus being expelled.
“Obviously, [the KTs] are a little pissed,” Foster explained wryly. “I don’t think it would’ve been as big of a deal if his brothers didn’t get expelled, but I think that set it over the edge and that was it, there’s no going back from this point. The rivalry’s back on and I don’t know if there’s gonna be a Cappie/Evan relationship in the future — it seemed like the straw that broke the camel’s back.”
Evan’s hilarious and far less brooding alter-ego, Jake McDorman, was slightly more optimistic. Sort of. “They’re f***ed!” he laughed when he stopped by for a chat after completing a brief but intense scene with Casey and Rusty (Jacob Zachar). “They’re probably not as f***ed as bad as the first time, because that was over a girl, and I feel like this is guy stuff and house stuff and they both know that they gotta do what they gotta do. I think Cappie’s more upset out of disappointment than betrayal, which still cuts deep, but is easier to mend over time.”
On the camaraderie between himself and his castmate, McDorman said, “No one’s more upset about the fall out than me and Scott Michael Foster. We were having a blast — we were gettin’ suited up in robes, just a couple of guys in dark robes and a creepy dungeon; sounds like a great Friday night!”
Last season, everyone’s favorite trust-fund kid faced a wake-up call when he severed ties with his parents and tried to survive without Daddy’s bank account, which resulted in a lot of friction between Evan and his privileged Omega Chi brothers. “I think he knows that [the prank] bought him some time, but he’s still got to make a conscious effort, now more than ever without the money,” McDorman said. “He can’t just buy a sick party anymore to impress them. I think it keeps him on his toes a little bit to know that the house can mutiny that quickly.”
Despite the rivalry with Kappa Tau and his tenuous position as house president, McDorman thought Evan will be in a much better place emotionally this season than he was last year: “Evan starts to think about how his actions will impact other people and not just himself. He’s maturing. That’s the three M’s of Evan, Maturing, Money and Moody.”
He’s also due for some luck in the romance department, as Evan’s flirtation with Rebecca (Dilshad Vadsaria) finally leads to something solid, now that they’re both single. “She was raised as a senator’s daughter, so she not only understands, she can sympathize with his decisions and certain things that other people who didn’t come from money can’t really identify with,” McDorman said.
(But judging by the scene being filmed during my visit, Rebecca is up to her old tricks, and might still be having difficulty sticking to one man …)
McDorman wouldn’t confirm or deny Rebecca’s cheating ways, coyly hinting, “They have a rollercoaster relationship; it’s like anyone who dates Evan on this show.”
It seems like romance is in the air this season; even nerdy Rusty will be getting in on the act. “He’s going to get a little love triangle of his own,” Jacob Zachar revealed. “He’s just trying to find someone relatable on a social scale as well as on a school level now, so both of the girls that he ends up dating are very intelligent, and have the same interests as he does.”
But his bromance with Bible-basher Dale (Clark Duke) might have come to an abrupt end after last year’s grant competition. “Yeah, [we don’t have] too many scenes together this season, I know we settle it pretty early and move on from it, but you’ll have to wait and see what happens.”
Those ‘Greek’ kids were stingy with their spoilers! We managed to wheedle a little information from Zachar regarding a certain “Geek Auction” taking place in episode three. “Ashleigh (Amber Stevens) tries to touch up the way I look and give me a makeover — she buys me new clothes. That’s one of the highlights of Rusty trying to get a girl; what happens when you change your appearance and how you behave?” Forget makeovers, we like Rusty just the way he is — adorkable!
Evan and Rusty have always had an uncomfortable relationship — since a certain pledge paddle incident — and in the scene Zachar, Grammer and McDorman were shooting for the penultimate episode of the season, it seemed that things will still be icy between them, both because of their history, and because of their houses. “Throughout the season’s entirety, the rivalry between KT and Omega Chi is the main storyline,” Zachar said. “Underneath everything, they’re still planning a way to get back at [Omega Chi], and that will come to a head in the finale.”
But let’s not get too ahead of ourselves; there are nine episodes to go before the finale, and in the first episode back, the Gamma Psi girls do what any house would do in a bad situation — throw a party, with a distinctly fairytale theme.
Look forward to some development between Rusty’s other BFF, Calvin [Paul James], and his super-cute but super-closeted Omega Chi boyfriend, Grant [Gregory Michael], as well as more ZBZ drama as the girls attempt to cover up the evidence of their presence in the Gamma Psi house before the fire. Throw in Casey’s shocking revelation to Pan-Hellenic rep Katherine and it’s looking like one hell of a season when ‘Greek’ returns this Monday at 10 on ABC Family. Will you be watching?
Read our Christmas Q&A with Scott Michael Foster of “Greek.”
abcfamily.com: Other than home, of course, where would be your dream place to celebrate the holidays?
Scott Michael Foster: Somewhere snowy would be nice.
abcfamily.com: What’s your all-time favorite holiday memory?
Scott: Watching my baby niece open her first Christmas present.
abcfamily.com: What do you want for Christmas this year?
Scott: A lightsaber. I keep asking but never get one.
abcfamily.com: Got any New Year’s resolutions? Care to share?
Scott: Start cooking at home more.
abcfamily.com: What was your favorite holiday tradition growing up?
Scott: Watching “National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation.”
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Get ready for all-new episodes of “Greek,” premiering Monday, January 25 at 10/9c.
So, I worked a lot this week, as always. Probably close to 40 hours. It was good though. For Halloween, I dressed as Clyde from Bonnie and Clyde. A bunch of us went to Shin, this awesome Korean BBQ restaurant that I love and stayed until 2 am. Afterward, we went to Greek producer, Shawn Piller’s house and played poker. It was quite a night! Sunday, I just took it easy and went and got some gluten free pizza at Lucifer’s restaurant. I was amazed at how good it was. Gluten free pizza crust is hard to make! My favorite is pepperoni, sauce, cheese, peppers, pineapple, spices and spinach. I also dropped by Pinkberry to have some frozen yogurt. Oh, yeah, and I managed to fit another kick boxing in this week as well.
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By Michelle Ramos, Star Bulletin
On “Greek,” Scott Michael Foster plays an aimless frat guy who only wants to hang out, drink and pick up chicks, but in reality, Foster’s been driven to pursue an acting career since he was a seventh-grader.
He studied drama in high school, and after attempting a semester in college, moved to LA. Since then the 24-year-old has appeared in “Quarterlife,” on several TV shows, had a small role in the movie “Ashley’s Ashes” (pending release) and currently plays Cappie in the ABC Family series “Greek,” which ends its third midseason tomorrow.
But acting isn’t his only passion. Foster is the lead singer and rhythm guitarist for Siren’s Eye. The group started with four members about 4 1/2 years ago, Foster said, but its lineup has only recently stabilized, with five members who have been playing together for the past two years.
Foster started singing at about the same time he knew he wanted to become an actor. He sang in choir and performed in musical theater, but it wasn’t until after his move to LA, where he taught himself how to play the guitar, that music became a bigger part of his life. He now writes the lyrics for Siren’s Eye’s songs.
“We’re working on getting an EP together to be released around December or January and then releasing the full album next year,” he said. “It would be great if we sold a few albums.”
That doesn’t mean TV fans should fear losing sight of him.
“I would always come back to acting,” Foster said, expressing a desire to pursue film work. “(And) it wouldn’t be bad to have my own TV show. That would be awesome.”
Q&A With Scott Michael Foster
Question: Would you like to merge your singing and acting talents on “Greek”? Maybe serenade Casey?
Answer: I would like to have some songs on “Greek.” I sang karaoke on, I think, the second season. That was fun. I would be more than happy to do more.
Q: What is Cappie majoring in and will he ever graduate?
A: Cappie takes all sorts of classes. I don’t know if he’s figured it out yet. I don’t know if he wants to stay there (college) his whole life. It’s an ideal spot. He just wants to have fun.
Q: Which relationship — with Casey or Evan — is more important to Cappie?
A: Good question. I think he’ll always love Casey, and he just started becoming friends with Evan again. We’ll see where that goes. Bottom line is that he’ll always love Casey.
Q: What does the future hold for the group?
A: I think Casey wants to do something important, where she can make a difference. Maybe graduate school … or something like government or law.
Evan: Everything changed when he gave up his trust fund. Who knows if he’ll be able to pay for school?
Ashleigh (Amber Stevens): She was sort of caught off guard being voted as president of ZBZ (sorority house). I don’t actually know where her character is going. … I think she wants to make the house the best for her last semester there.
Rebecca (Dilshad Vadsaria): (She’s) dealing with being an ex-senator’s daughter and still trying to prove herself with all the ZBZ girls.
Calvin (Paul James): I think Calvin would make a great president of Omega Kai (fraternity house) someday. … He’s busy trying to navigate his way as being the only (openly) gay guy on campus.
Rusty (Jacob Zachar): He may want to be (KT) president and then be a science guy. Maybe a professor.
Dale: I think eventually he’ll open up a church somewhere and teach his blessings to the masses.
By Michelle Ramos, Star Bulletin
It’s the battle among friends, houses and robots in tomorrow’s midseason finale of “Greek.” The ABC Family series about a bunch of fraternity and sorority students at Cyprus-Rhodes University begins with Cappie (Scott Michael Foster) and Casey (Spencer Grammer, daughter of Kelsey Grammer) in Cappie’s bed a week after Thanksgiving.
Speaking about Dale, his friendship with Rusty (Jacob Zachar) is on shaky ground because both are competing for the Gary Wyatt Grant. Now that Dale’s polymer science project went up in flames and Rusty’s project is progressing smoothly, the boys are spewing harsh words and unleashing robots at each other … now that they’ve started talking to each other again.Three years after breaking up, the couple is back together again (viewers watched Cappie profess his love to Casey in last week’s episode). Will their relationship break Cappie’s reunited friendship with childhood pal Evan (Jake McDorman), who is also an ex-boyfriend of Casey? Casey wants the trio to be friends just like they were in freshman year, before the boys’ loyalty to their respective fraternities tore them apart. But can two fraternity presidents still remain good friends when their houses hate each other? Throw Casey and Cappie’s renewed romance into the mixture and things could go up in smoke faster than Dale’s (Clark Duke) project did last week.
Then there’s the battle between the ZBZ sorority house and Gamma Psi. ZBZ is trying to regain its top spot in the sorority world and needs to win the “Songfest” competition. Those who enjoy “High School Musical” or “Glee” will enjoy ZBZ’s musical number. Unfortunately, viewers don’t really get to see the acts they were up against.
Sprinkled in with all the fun-filled drama and angst are the usual fraternity pranks and coed bonding. This season ender isn’t as climatic as last season’s “End of the World” episode, but there’s a lot going on and the friendship between Rusty and Dale provides a nice balance to Cappie and Evan’s friendship.