I always wondered what went on in the lives of our favorite Greeks that are often kept in the background pre-CRU. I wanted to know more about Wade, Ben Bennett, the other KTs and even some Omega Chis.
Yet, there was one that stuck out more. He was always around, tossing out witty one-liners and being easy on the eyes. This Greek was Walter Boudreaux, or as most have known him, The Beaver.
Greek did an outstanding job of showing the life of someone outside of the few core characters. Being that this is the final season, I couldn’t think of a better time to learn “All About Beav.” Aaron Hill has been a great part of this cast and I am so glad they gave him an episode in which to shine.We learned a lot of things about Beaver: his mom calls him to wake him from sleeping with his penguin, he can’t remember the name of a book, he loves Glee, and he is much smarter than he lets people believe. Plus, he is going to be a kindergarten teacher!
This episode was enjoyable from start to finish. From Beaver chatting with the janitor to stripping at the club, I couldn’t stop smiling. Casey and Beaver never really have any scenes alone together and this provided them the platform to really get to know each other. Maybe it took someone from the outside (i.e. someone Casey doesn’t complain to in every episode) to explain to her that the love triangle is never over.
Greek is definitely going down the road of ideas for couples that I would never have imagined. Catherine and Beaver? Rusty and Ashleigh? I’m not sure what to think. The first two I can definitely get on board with, but I am a little nervous about the others. Hey, even if it doesn’t work out, at least Rusty and Dana are through. She sucked. Period.
Rebecca was up to her old tricks tonight, and I have to say, I'm a little tired of it. She goes well with Evan, she should stop trying to drag Cappie into it. Although the fist fight was enjoyable, it is time to move past it.
Now, to Rio: I cannot tell you how excited I was to see Heath dressed in a cop uniform stripping. Totally not what I expected! I never expected him to be the guy who you buy cheat sheets from, but it looks like there is much more to Heath than a pretty face. Wonder how Calvin will feel about this?
“All About Beav” was another great episode in this last run of Greek. What did you think, TV Fanatics? Is Walter Boudreaux now among your favorite Greeks?