GREEK Chapter 3 DVD Review

Greek Chapter 3 DVD

GREEK Chapter 3 has been released on DVD for you to own. By now if you’re a fan of the show, I don’t think I need to convince you. And for those that haven’t jumped on the Greek train yet, I say give the show a chance, you might end up loving it.

The third chapter of Greek begins during Greek week. Rebecca continues her outrageous behavior, which eventually leads her and Cappie to breakup.

Evan and Frannie continue their relationship, which began over Spring Break. Although, Casey doesn’t seem to be really ok with the whole thing. But that doesn’t last too long since in chapter 3, we also meet Max, Rusty’s RA, who also becomes Casey’s new love interest, and also one of my new favorite characters.

Of course those are only some of the adventures our favorite characters face, but since I don’t want to give too much away, I’ll just say that this was probably my favorite chapter so far. I loved the direction Casey’s life took and as I mentioned before, I loved Max. And you will be happy to know that all your favorite characters are back and you will see plenty of them as well.

With the DVD you of course get all 10 episodes from Chapter 3, which you will be able watch over and over again. And if you’re a fan of the show, I’m sure that’s already very appealing.

But even more, you get some fun special features as well, including a fun featurette called “20 Questions With The Cast Of Greek,” in which they literally ask 20 questions to the cast. That’s a fun one to check out. You also get “Bloopers,” the best one and my favorite special feature, I always have a great time checking them out.

And finally, you can also watch a few episodes with audio commentaries, including episode 1, “Brothers And Sisters,” with Executive Producers Shawn Piller and Anne Kenney, Executive Story Editors Jessica O’Toole and Amy Rardin, and Actors Dilshad Vadsaria and Jake McDorman; episode 8, “The Popular Vote” with Executive Producer Lloyd Segan, Writer Matt Whitney and Actors Amber Stevens and Paul James; episode 10, “Hell Week,” with by Executive Producer/Show Creator Patrick Sean Smith, Writer Roger Grant and Actors Spencer Grammer, Scott Michael Foster, Jacob Zachar and Michael Rady.

I personally am not a big fan of audio commentaries, but I’m sure some of you will enjoy them.

Overall, it’s a good DVD to own if you are a fan of the show, and if you’re curious to check it out, it also makes a great rental.

You can buy Greek: Chapter 3 on DVD on Amazon.

You can also check out the season 2 promo from ABC Family, which gives you a preview of what Chapter 3 of Greek is all about.


More Information:

STREET DATE: August 18, 2009
Suggested retail price: $39.99 US
Rated: ‘TV-14 DL’
Run time: 440 minutes
DVD aspect ratio: 1.78:1
Language: English, French and Spanish subtitles