Category Archives: Greek

Greek | “Legacy”

The series finale of Greek aired last night, and I have my review of it after the jump.

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Greek | “Agents of Change”

The second-to-last episode of Greek aired last night, and I have a review of it after the jump.

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Greek | “Subclass Plagiostomi”

There was a new episode of Greek last night, and I have a review of it after the jump.

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Greek | “Midnight Clear”

The seventh episode of this season of Greek aired last night (only 3 left!), and I have a quick review of it after the jump.

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Greek | “Fumble”

I’m running a little behind today, so just a quick review of last night’s Greek after the jump.

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Greek | “Home Coming and Going”

Heath (Zack Lively) and Calvin (Paul James) on "Greek"

There was a new episode of Greek last night, and I have a review of it after the jump.

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Greek | “All About Beav”

Beaver (Aaron Hill) gives Rebecca (Dilshad Vadsaria) a hand on "Greek"

There was a very special Beaver-centric episode of Greek last night, and I have a review of it after the jump.

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Greek | “Cross Examined Life”

Casey (Spencer Grammer) and Evan (Jake McDorman) attend their first law school class on "Greek"

There was a new episode of Greek last night, and I have a review of it after the jump.

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Greek | “Fools Rush In”

Rusty (Jacob Zachar) fires up the KTs on "Greek"

I didn’t write anything about the fourth season premiere of Greek last week, but I do have a review of last night’s episode, “Fools Rush In,” after the jump.

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Greek | “All Children…Grow Up”

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Greek isn’t necessarily known for its subtlety. This half of the season has focused strongly on the idea of “change” and how those involved in the show’s various relationships react to it — do they embrace it and look ahead, or reject it and stay put in the present? The season finale, “All Children…Grow Up,” was no exception, as it focused on Spring Break (a vacation from real life), which had  elements of fear (which keeps you from doing things you’re not ready for) and even Peter Pan (the only exception to the rule stated in the episode’s title). But even though the thematic stuff can at times veer into melodrama territory, what usually works so well with Greek is its ability to ground the issues in characters and situations that make them feel real, serious, and worth caring about, and that’s just what this episode did. So let’s get started — after the jump.

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