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
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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
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
[after explaining to Donna, Brenda and Andrea about John Sears
A bad rep. is the kiss of death, even in the past tense.