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Opinion by CelestialDream posted over a year ago
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After 4 years, 74 episodes and 1 almost cancellation Greek has finally approached it's Series finale.

I came across this show by accident 2 years ago on June 15th only a week and a half after graduating high school. The next night I tweeted the following message:


"So I randomly caught the "Greek" season finale last night, and I think I might like the show, maybe I'll check it out."
10:28 PM Jun 16th, 2009 via web

Little did I realize that one event of catching a random show, at a random time would lead me to this point years later.

I would have never guessed that this little show about a group of college students and the Greek system would have impacted me as much as it did.

Yes, I may have come into the show a year or two late but that doesn't make me any less of a fan.

I love this show with all my heart. And maybe to you that sounds strange "How can this girl care about a show like that?"
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Opinion by Dragonclaws posted over a year ago
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I’m a fan of the TV show Greek. It’s a fun little dramady that has been compared with Boy Meets World (my favorite sitcom in the world), and it has the added element of being gay-friendly. However, I recently found myself offended from the episode “Engendered Species”, which contains a section of dialog I find sexist in a women-against-men direction.

The relevant part of the story involves Casey taking a Women’s Studies class along with Cappie, who claims he wants to broaden his horizons. Cappie does surprisingly well (though he’s careful to throw out the odd sexist comment to keep from losing his reputation) and Casey hangs out a bit more with him than she usually would, which causes friction between Cappie and her current boyfriend Max. In an attempt to get them to resolve their conflict, Casey employs tactics from the female politicians taught about in class.

The effort backfires, and she seeks help from the Women’s Studies professor directly. Although annoyed that her lessons on serious issues are being used for petty social reasons, the professor gives Casey her advice. Her advice consists of informing her that women are biologically...
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Opinion by MrsGerrenHowell posted over a year ago
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When i saw the adverts for Greek i thought it looked rubbish but then i watched that first episode and i was hooked.

alls i want to know is will Rusty get back together with Jen K they were sooo cute together i mean even though she did a bad thing that shouldn't make them split up!!

Also will Casey get together with Cappie or will he just go off with Rebecca.

Its all sooo exciting i cant wait for the next series to find out all the gossip on campus.

Also will Frannie ever come back?? MMMMMMMMM??
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Opinion by Rachel_M posted over a year ago
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At the start of the show, when we first meet the main players in storyline of ABC Family's show Greek, we are introduced to the stereotypical "WASPy" type character of Evan Chambers.

Evan is pinned as the "New England" preppy type and, without any back story to start off with, we are drawn to this conclusion from the type of Fraternity he belongs to (argyle jumpers, blazers and shirt brigade)and the attitude taken towards Cappie (without knowing any back story between the two at the start) and his hick gang of brothers. A very 2D stereotypical character that people love to plot against.

Up until the episode that shot us back to 2005, and showed us the past between Evan, Cappie and Casey, I thought the same as well- Down with Evan, come on Cappie! However, this gave us a glimpse of Evan before he had the fall back of a large fraternity to back him up. Far from the original idea of him being the "it" boy and Cappie being the reject, we see him being very much in the shadow of Cappie. To the extent that he only manages to get in to ktr because he his Cappie's pal and, when faced with the humiliation of realising the reason he was given the nickname "Bing",...
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