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Greek - Season 1

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Science geek Rusty Cartwright (Jacob Zachar) begins his freshman year at the same university his popular sister Casey (Spencer Grammer) attends in Season 1 of this comedy-drama focusing on a group of students who belong to fraternities and sororities. Casey is a big deal at her sorority Zeta Beta Zeta, and much to her chagrin, Rusty decides he also wants to become a part of Cyprus-Rhodes University's Greek life. He initially plans to pledge Omega Chi, where Casey's boyfriend, blue-blooded Evan (Jake McDorman), is a member. However, Rusty catches Evan cheating on Casey with ZBZ pledge Rebecca (Dilshad Vadsaria), a senator's daughter. When Rusty tells his sister about Evan's infidelity, he ruins his chances at Omega Chi and joins Kappa Tau, where laid-back Cappie (Scott Michael Foster) is president. Cappie is Evan's former best friend and Casey's ex-boyfriend, which makes things complicated. Life soon gets complicated for Rusty as well when he tries to balance Greek life with honors classes and friendships. Rusty's roommate is pious Dale (Clark Duke), who chooses not to pledge a fraternity, and Rusty's new best bud is Calvin (Paul James), an athletic Greek legacy who becomes an Omega Chi brother. Calvin doesn't initially tell his new brothers that he is gay, but then bubbly ZBZ sister Ashleigh (Amber Stevens) accidentally outs him to his fraternity. Calvin begins secretly dating pre-med major Heath (Zack Lively), and Rusty starts a relationship with his first girlfriend, ZBZ pledge Jen K (Jessica Rose). However, Jen K does something that causes a scandal within the Greek system, and it forces ZBZ president Frannie (Tiffany Dupont) to step down. Casey then becomes ZBZ president, but it's at a time when her romantic life is going downhill---she and Evan break up, and she learns Cappie is dating Rebecca. Meanwhile, Dale forms a new club: U-SAG (University Students Against Greeks).
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Common Sense Media
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July 06, 2007

The show suffers from cheesiness, heavy-handedness, and a sort of cheap-production-value appearance.
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Hollywood Reporter
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July 05, 2007

Greek is much more than artful manipulation of marketing strategy. The premiere has several surprises even as it dares you to pigeonhole any of these characters. The talented young ensemble cast works hard to sell the stories and mostly succeeds.
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New York Times
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July 16, 2007

Gilmore Girls offered a more realistic depiction of college life, but Greek captures the spirit of the hedge-fund age like nothing else.
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Philadelphia Inquirer
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July 09, 2007

All Greek offers is a predictable teenage soap opera set amongst the pretty people of fraternity row.
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Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
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June 20, 2007

Writer/creator Patrick Sean Smith (Everwood, Wildfire) gives Greek a greater sense of light-hearted fun that seems more authentic to the real-world experience of college as "the best years."
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New York Post
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June 30, 2007

This show comes practically out of nowhere, featuring a cast of largely unknown young actors (with the exception of Spencer Grammer, daughter of Kelsey) and somehow manages to put all the anxiety and mystery of freshman year into loving perspective.
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Entertainment Weekly
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July 06, 2007

Greek lacks the acidic one-liners that mark great satires like Heathers, but it strains against its conventional boundaries just enough to be enticing.
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San Francisco Chronicle
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July 07, 2007

Thanks largely to the cast, viewers are likely to give Greek a chance for a while and, if the show is able to break free of its influences, perhaps even longer.
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