Allow me to start off by saying that I am a hater of Greek life. I was a hater of Greek life eight years before I went to college when my siblings were haters of Greek life. With that said, I have been hopelessly devoted to Greek since its inception. It made me hate sororities even more, but sometimes consider a sex change so I could join a frat. Plus, the show is pretty racy -- ripe with sexual innuendo, sexual tension, sexual experimentation... seriously, who put this show on ABC Family?!
Last week, the frat boys (and sorority sisters) survived the end of the world shindig and dealt with the consequences... well, except Rebecca, who is using her cash to buy a boyfriend in order to hide the fact that she totally hooked up with Ashleigh's boyfriend. And Evan gave Cappie advice about getting back together with Casey, but it is only serving to keep Casey and Cappie apart... which is probably the whole point of the show. And Max headed out of town as soon as Casey dumped him. The allure of Melrose Place was too powerful to resist. While Dale lost his virginity to his landlady and then proposed to her, but that didn't go so well.
Realizing that I am way too old to watch this show, I still enjoy it. I do, however, have a not-so-healthy addiction to teen programming. Some people watch TLC shows, I'm still hooked on the N. But this ABC Family series is a bit better, or at least it doesn't take itself as seriously as so many of those heavy-handed teen shows about issues and whatnot. This one is just kids at college, drinking, having sex and joining sororities. It's mindless entertainment at best, but sometimes that's just what you need. After trying to wrap my head around Lost's manipulation of the space-time continuum, watching Cappie explain the merits of meat on a stick is refreshing.