Greek 4.10 ‘Legacy’ Review
Greek fans may have had a tough time watching the final episode of their favorite television series, but they can be glad it provided to them four years of nostalgic wandering in their college past. One could recall a whole line of events through the concluding episode, making an idea about the legacy it left behind (through Catherine’s speech and the featuring of Wade, Jen K, Lisa Lawson and Officer Huck).
Focusing around the demolition of the source for all action and conflicts, the Kappa Tau house became an intangible legacy in each and every one of them. However, one could also feel a disruption between college life and the characters being on the verge of entering real life.
The disintegration of the Kappa Tau house made room for the evolution of various separate lives of couples. Clark Duke’s character found its match for life. Calvin and Heath kind of take it on the next level when they decided to go together into a foreign country for a whole semester. Rusty and Ashleigh eventually started off on their romantic journey after Ash made an unambiguous approach in this direction. As for Evan and Rebecca, one cannot be sure what the final state of their relationship will be, but there was a solid emanation of the two having a future together.
Fortunately one’s worries and support were not in vain for the two heroes of the show. Cappie and Casey have developed a stable relationship, one that is characteristic to adults. One can only desire to see these two actors (Spencer Grammer and Scott Michael Foster) in this romantic combination on some other show or film in the future.
There are a two interesting observations one could have made during this sequel. Firstly, it was a nice touch that Dale and Rebecca become friends after all of their conflicts and that Rusty is elected president of the Kappa Tau house. And secondly, one could have had an Orange County impression while listening to the hit “Forever Young” soundtrack.
One can conclude that with such a finale Greek will definitely be missed.