After discovering that Mary (Jessica Biel, who does not appear in the episode) has filed for divorce and signed away custody of her son, Matt is at a loss for how he should to break the awful news to Eric and Annie. Simon informs his new girlfriend, Rose
I watched this series over the 4 years of my own college experience. The characters were definitely likable and the sets were great. But I think the most important aspect of this show is that it doesn't come off as preachy. Yes, the characters usually have their moral compasses on point, but you get to see them go on a journey in order to figure their lives out. And I feel like that's what college has been like for me too. Just a lot of stuff being figured out without my realizing it, because it usually goes by so quickly. This show projected a lot of my happiest memories. Maybe this isn't the most unbiased review, but I personally loved this show and would definitely recommend it to (future) university students.
I would re-watch this entire series over and over. I was devastated when it concluded, it's real in a real way...
as a fellow greek it gives an aweful incite to what we really do. but on the other hand this show is hilarious and entertaining
Just finished re-watching Greek and loved it just as much as I did the first time! Such a fun show and so sad it's over!
This was a pretty good college show. Its a little different from other teen shows as it really focused on the Greek system in college and it really opened my eyes to what a sorority and a fraternity really are. I actually didn't even know what they were before I started watching this.