Greek: Chapter Three from ABC Studios

Greek: Chapter Three from ABC Studios
Greek: Chapter Three from ABC Studios Greek: Chapter Three from ABC Studios Greek: Chapter Three from ABC Studios Greek: Chapter Three from ABC Studios (click images to enlarge)

Greek: Chapter Three from ABC Studios

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The fun and the friendships continue in the engaging ABC Family original series GREEK. School's back in session for the winning college drama says Damian Holbrook of TV Guide. CHAPTER THREE brings a new year with new pledges and new challenges. Rusty's life takes some interesting twists as he climbs the fraternity ladder, and Casey finds herself torn between two very provocative offers. Enjoy all the infectious fun of GREEK: CHAPTER THREE. Featuring exclusive bonus features, including an inside look at your favorite characters, GREEK is even better on DVD!

Bonus Features Include: 20 Questions With The Cast Of GREEK, Bloopers, Audio Commentaries

Viewers may come to Greek for the promise of rowdy parties, but they pledge themselves to this popular ABC Family series for the bonds of brother- and sisterhood. This so-called Chapter Three actually comprises the first 10 episodes of the show's second season, which offers a game-changing romance, surprising hookups, inevitable breakups, and, in the season's most compelling dramatic arc, sorority politics that pit interim ZBZ president Casey (Spencer Grammer) against her former sorority big sister-turned-nemesis Frannie (Tiffany Dupont). The introduction of resident advisor and charmingly dorky Max (Michael Rady) as a new romantic interest for Casey dispenses with the so-yesterday drama of the Casey-Cappie-Evan triangle. Meanwhile, Kappa Tau initiate Rusty (Jacob Zachar) is shedding his image as Casey's nerdy little brother as he completes his freshman year and endures the comical humiliations of pledging. His character's transformation is keenly felt in the episode "The Popular Vote," in which he has a bittersweet reunion with Jen K, his former girlfriend who wrote the devastating exposé on the school's Greek system. Greek portrays sororities and fraternities as like a family, albeit a "screwed-up and dysfunctional" one. Spoiled senator's daughter Rebecca (Dilshad Vadsaria) discovers that the "whole cheesy sister bond thing" is more powerful than she thought when she elects to quit ZBZ following the fallout from her Spring Break "gone wild" escapade and her father's sex scandal. Unlike many real-life fraternities and sororities, Greek is positively Trek-ian in its all-inclusive universe. The only source of tension between Rusty and Calvin (Paul James), one of his best friends, is not that Calvin is gay, but that he belongs to a rival fraternity. Greek gets high marks for its appealing cast and for the smart writing and clever pop culture allusions (a Greek Week Olympiad tricycle race echoes the epic chariot race in Ben-Hur). Though the underage drinking and sexual situations may vex some, the show offers positive, nonpreachy life lessons, as in the episode "See You Next Time, Sisters," in which a ZBZ alum (guest star Carol Potter, the former Mrs. Walsh from the original Beverly Hills 90210) tells Casey, "Playing it safe is what you do when you're afraid." Extra credit, too, for this three-disc set's entertaining extra features, including three audio commentaries, a convivial "20 Questions" with the cast, and a goofy bloopers reel. --Donald Liebenson

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TV Run Time: 440 Release Date: 12/29/2009

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