Last night’s GREEK on ABC Family was A-may-ziiiing (read: amazing). I don’t know if it’s because I was eating really good popcorn and sitting in my favorite chair, but I thought this was one of the best episodes since “I Know What You Did Last Semester”.
- There was a turtle race in this episode, and ironically a turtle race in last night’s Life Unexpected, too. Has someone been selling secrets to the enemy forces! Well, I have to say that the GREEK turtle race was much more exciting and better played-out.
- I love that they mentioned Frannie (Franny?). She better have a cameo when the series ends.
- The series will keep Casey on because of GRAD School, yeeees. Which means Evan, too. And Cappie. Plus Rusty and Rebecca who are younger. Dale and Ashleigh may want additional schooling, too. Usually the problem with shows is what to do to get all of your High School teens at the same college. This time, how do we keep them all there? I was very worried they were going to actually graduate Casey, Evan and Cappie. THE HORROR!
- I’d like to see more of Evan and Rebecca. I feel like he doesn’t respect her quiiite enough, and I’d like to see how they are as a couple.
- I love that Ashleigh is going into Marketing. She’ll be great at that.
- Still have no idea what a “hasher” really means. Some sort of house maid?
- Do you think it’s true that if you don’t toot your own horn that no one else will? I always feel cocky in doing so, much like Rusty realized he is programmed to be.
- Loved that Rebeca really was informed about politics. I would watch a show about her growing up.
- Casey wore a really cute grungey 90’s college-y outfit in the opening scene. Cappie is rubbing off on her.
- ZBZ has such cute shower curtains.
- Cappie likes turtles because they’re slow and then they can figure out what they want out of life, and just enjoy the scenery. I liked that implied metaphor a lot.
- I’m kind of sad that Evan is totally over Casey. I hope at some point at the series finale we have a final Evan/Casey/Cappie love triangle moment.
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