Hulu has been awesome. Truly. I love that I can just watch something I never would have thought of. Something that seemed o.k.-ish but that I wouldn't make time for in my week.
That's how I stumbled upon Greek.
|Evan, Casey and Cappy. Did you know that Casey is Kelsey Grammer's daughter? It makes me feel really bad for her.|
|Pretty. And dirty. So, so dirty.|
Anyway, so it's about these three, but it's got some really fun characters who make it fun - like two of Casey's sorority sisters: Rebecca, the spoiled slutty rich girl, and Casey's friend whose name I can never remember, who is all about the fashion and the boys.
|Rebecca [how smoking hot is she?], What's Her Name, and Casey. Ah, sorority girls. They all look like this, right?|
|Dale and Rusty. I heart me some Dale. Rusty's pretty funny, too. Very earnest.|
It has its share of Very Special Episodes, like a guy coming out, and couples cheating, but they are handled surprisingly well, with a lot of humor and wit and smartly done. In particular, Dale's crisis of faith is treated really, really well, with a lot of humor and a lot of intelligence and heart.
|Calvin, the gay guy. With Evan, who is very understanding and makes sure no one gives him any crap for being gay. See? He may be a douchey evil cheating jerk, but he's no homophobe.|
So, anyway, I would watch this show. It's good fluff. I particularly like it when I'm ironing, for some reason. I'm not sure what that means.