Monday, February 15, 2010

PREVIEW: Tonight's ABC Family Soap Opera Block

ABC Family features a three hour soap block on Monday nights and they're back this week with three all new hours.

The new school counselor, Dr. Bink (Mayim Bialik), organizes Grant High School’s first mother/daughter dance during which each group learns a great deal about the other and their respective personal lives. To the surprise of Amy and Ashley, Anne reveals that she and George are getting remarried, and Ben comes to the realization that he is still in love with Amy, in “The Rhythm of Life,” an all new episode of the hit ABC Family drama series THE SECRET LIFE OF THE AMERICAN TEENAGER, airing tonight, February 15th (8:00-9:00 p.m. ET/PT).

Amy still hasn’t heard from Jimmy after their date. While the girls are off with their moms at the school dance, Ricky babysits John at the Juergens’ house. Ruben, there playing poker with George, learns that Ricky kissed Amy, but vows not to tell Adrian and to allow Ricky to tell her himself. Meanwhile, Adrian jumps to conclusions, assuming that something more is going on between Ricky and Amy, and in an effort to get back at them, goes after Ben. Cindy talks about her wedding plans to Ruben, and Kathleen admits she too has found a man she wants to marry.

Sasha shows Emily, Lauren, and Kaylie how a winner acts, then he challenges them to be flawless at the next National practice in “Hope and Faith,” an all-new episode of MAKE IT OR BREAK IT premiering tonight on ABC Family (9:00 – 10:00 p.m. ET/PT).

Payson and her parents meet with a doctor who says she can fix Payson's back. But the procedure carries risks that may be too great. Emily grills Chloe about her mystery man and wonders what kind of guy would pay for a designer prom dress. Kim and Mark argue about whether Payson should undergo surgery, and it's clear the decision is tearing them apart. Ronnie sees what keeping her secret is doing to Kaylie, so she promises to make things right. No matter what happens.

The “G” word is finally spoken out loud –“Graduation.” Casey is ready to discuss the future with a resistant Cappie, and the situation isn’t helped by handsome Washington politician Joel (Sam Page), who encourages Casey to envision a potential career in politics after she volunteers to help him with his voter registration campaign at the Cyprus Rhodes campus. Find out if Cappie is ready to grow up or if he will fall behind, in an all new episode of the ABC Family hit series GREEK premiering tonight (10:00-11:00 p.m. ET/PT). The episode, entitled “The Tortoise and the Hair,” was directed by Michael Lange and written by Rob Bragin.

Rusty has been selected to appear on the cover of EW (Engineering Weekly), but before the interview takes place an argument with Dana (Martha MacIsaac) leads him to question his choices and his project.

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