From binge drinking to homosexual sleepovers to plenty of dope jokes, really attempts to portray the college experience as close as possible, sans the porn and swear words.
I’m also impressed with the way they work around the network’s standards department with their array of double entendres.
Added to the mix of characters this time around is Max (Michael Rady), Rusty’s resident advisor and a certified rocket scientist.
The junior Casey (the charming Spencer Grammer) is the interim president of her sorority, Zeta Beta Zeta and an astute politician.Marcus High School where he was involved in a theater until he graduated in 2003. He attended Collin College for one semester with a focus on moving, but presently went away his studies to pursue a professional career in that field.He plays guitar and is the star vocalist of his indie rock group “Siren’s Eye”.The intertwined storylines of could easily fall into the quagmire of so many teenage soaps, it manages to stay real by making the characters a complicated mix of true emotions.At any given time the people you’re supposed to be cheering for can be complete asses, and the ones we’re supposed to hate exhibit soulfulness that makes it hard not to root for them.