10i watched this when i was in high school and stopped as soon as i started college. i bought the dvd and start rewatching it and what can i say, this is by far my favorite series ever. i'm currently in the third season but i dreaded to finish it because i know it ends in season 4. seriously guys, start watching this series it's worth it. and maybe because the characters are developed in depth and really well, i started to think that i love them though it is fictional and well they are a thousand miles away. really really really love.… Expand
10This show is not realistic at all. If you are looking for a realistic portrayal of Greek college just go to your local state college on a Thursday, Friday or Saturday night. The story line is also somewhat predictable. Despite this, Greek does an amazing job with the characters. The depth of the character development and the character's connectedness is phenomenal. The show will have you loving a protagonist in one episode and then show the other side of the story with the former protagonist now a hated antagonist. It flips back and forth like this to show viewers that there isn't one side to any story and every character has a chance to turn bad or redeem him or herself. This is one of the best shows of all time.… Expand
For starters Greek is not such a soap opera as it's described . It's quite different from the other shows, but still i have noticed that in the show mistakes are objectively understood like the friends are all therapists.
In real life its much more cruel and unforgiving , but i suppose it has a great view on ''Out side world''.
And it's quite hilarious and fun to watch.… Expand
Joe3Sigh...again, popular and commercial television has decided to stick with stereotypes when dealing with the notion of Greek life during college. I was in a fraternity and was one of two students in charge of the Greek system at my college, and let's be honest--this is a wholly innaccurate depicition (as most shows about Greek life are) of what happens when someone joins a fraternity or sorority. Full of stereotypes and cliches, this show is hardly fresh or original.… Expand
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