We here at The Remote Generation are in mourning over Greek‘s end. Yes, this past season was dreadful, but once upon a time, Greek was great!
So to prepare for tonight’s sad ending and honor its memory, here is an ode written by a true fan, and my friend, Laura. (Please note: she said this ode was covered in tears)
Greek, a story of fraternity
Will this week be besmirched by eternity
Its network found its ratings low
And its producers were told it was time to go
A well-written serial full of laughs
The abrupt end to the show leaves its fans aghast
Though its many fans may hope for resolution
Forty-five minutes may not work for absolution
There are too many questions that I myself ask
Surely there’s more than the answer of Cappie’s name in which we can bask
Rebecca’s character, for instance, what will she do?
Will the ways in which she relates other change, without much ado?
And Evan, we were able to see more from his mother and father
In one more episode, with how much more can they bother?
Dale has changed in indelible ways
But how will his college experience play out for the rest of his days?
For Calvin, it’s true, much more needn’t be resolved
His conversation with Tripp left all absolved
But in this episode, the last, not even penultimate
Into their stories how much more can get?
And Rusty, oh Rusty, our former geek,
This season has shown him as more than meek
He’s confident in his abilities and comfortable with his life
And it’s nice to see Ashleigh as the girl who’ll leave him rife
With opportunities for love and friendship and ways to be happy
Much how the scene is set for Casey and Cappie
I guess it’s okay that it’s over, the will they or won’t they
But I wish ABC Family would heed and obey
There’s too much more to do and this show shouldn’t be done
Because honestly this show is and was number one.