During Rush Week, the girls attempt to pledge the Alpha Omega sorority and the result bores Brenda; reunites Kelly with an old flame, John Sears, whom she can't stand and shake off; ... See full summary »

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During Rush Week, the girls attempt to pledge the Alpha Omega sorority and the result bores Brenda; reunites Kelly with an old flame, John Sears, whom she can't stand and shake off; exhausts Donna who tries to boost ratings for her and David's radio show; and stereotypes Andrea when she suspects the sorority president of being anti-Semetic. Meanwhile, Brandon is asked to run for student senate, but Steve won't accept his involvement with the senates politics which are unpopular with the fraternity. Written by Anonymous

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29 September 1993 (USA)  »

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The title is based upon a quote from William Shakespeare's play "Julius Caesar" (Act I, Scene II): "But, for my own part, it was Greek to me". See more »

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While the Walsh family is talking about Brandon running for student senate during dinner, Cindy makes a comment about fraternities and sororities, however she says paternities and sororities. See more »

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Kelly Taylor: [after explaining to Donna, Brenda and Andrea about John Sears] A bad rep. is the kiss of death, even in the past tense.
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Greek to Me (#4.4)
10 November 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

This episode introduces us to fraternities and sororities that our characters will be joining.

But my favorite part had nothing to do with them. What I loved the most was of course watching Donna and David doing their show. Donna going for the silly dog thing that apparently got them more listeners and the two of them bickering. More David and Donna please!.

The whole thing about being Jewish was kind of silly. It never even seemed that Andrea was ever religious. Plus who cares, keep all religions out of parties they don't fit with the fun. Just makes one wonder if there really was actual antisemitism in he 90's.

Kind of sad though that Brandon won't be a politician on campus. This could have been fun.


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