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GREEK Chapter Three
DVD review by David Blackwell
 
DETAILS:  440 minutes, audio commentaries, bloopers, and cast questions featurette
VIDEO:  1.78:1 (Anamorphic Widescreen)
AUDIO:  English 5.1 Dolby Digital
Subtitles:  English, French, Spanish
 
STUDIO:  ABC Family
RELEASE DATE:  8-18-2009
 
DISC 1-  BROTHER AND SISTERS/ CRUSH LANDING/ LET'S MAKE A DEAL/ GAYS, GHOSTS, AND GAMMA RAYS
DISC 2-  PLEDGE ALLEGIANCE/ SEE YOU NEXT TIME, SISTERS/ FORMALLY YOURS/ THE POPULAR VOTE
DISC 3-  THREE'S A CROWD/ HELL WEEK

I love GREEK.  It almost makes me wish I went to a university and was part of the fun.    It is an interesting and human look at college life and what it is to be part of the fraternities and soriorities through teh eys of our flawed fictional characters at a fictional Midwest university.
 
I love Cappie (the lovable slacker leader of Kappa Tau) and Frannie (Casey's nemesis at Sigma Beta).   Each chapter is a voyage of discovery for Rusty, Casey's little brother as he pledges for Kappa Tau).   The first three chapters cover the first year of college for Rusty and Casey's junior year.    Casey has seen her relationship with Evan break apart and Frannie get together with Evan.  Cappie is now with Rebecca (who is suffering from her parent's very public divorce).   Chapter Three covers everything from after Spring Break to the end of Spring Break (ending in Hell Week and Sigma Beta being shaken to it's core).   I can't wait to see what Capter four will bring to the characters of GREEK when it comes to DVD in early 2010.
 
SPECIAL FEATURES:
Audio commenatries with cast and crew were recorded for BROTHERS AND SISTER, THE POPULAR VOTE, and HELL WEEK.  The cast answers fan questions about their characters and which chaarcter they would be friends with.  A blooper reel rounds out the extras.
 
FINAL ANALYSIS:  GREEK is an enjoyable and fun drama about college life.  Check out the first three Chapters on DVD now if you haven't seen GREEK already.
 
this DVD Review is (c)8-28-2009 David Blackwell and cannot be reprinted without permission.  send all comments to lord_pragmagtic@hotmail.com