I've always loathed the whole idea of fraternities/sororities, the cliquish elitism of it and the toxic excesses of college partying, but this offered a more idealized fantasy view (or who knows, maybe there have actually been some reforms since I was in college, as they suggested here), and it was a reasonably fun episode for the character work and the humor. Plus there's a definite logic to the idea of Dionysus finding refuge in the college party scene. (The Magicians used much the same idea, although without the college angle and with much harder drugs.) And Astra continues to look amazing -- not only gorgeous and statuesque enough to rival Wonder Woman, but with a great fashion sense too. It was kind of a blatant "We can only afford so many speaking roles" contrivance that the three ideal sorority candidates Gideon found just coincidentally happened to be the same three girls that randomly sat at Charlie and Astra's table earlier on. But budget is a harsh mistress. At least they found kind of a clever excuse for reusing the set of Constantine's house for the sorority house, though how much energy did it take to keep that time courier portal open continuously like that for several days? The texting conversation between Zari and the blonde girl was fun. But how, in-universe, did Zari get the footage for that Beebo GIF? The incident it depicts occurred in the Old West, so there weren't a lot of cameras around. Maybe Gideon recorded it somehow? I've heard references to this "beer pong" thing and never understood how it worked, so I'm glad they explained it. Though I'm not sure "glad" is the word. The whole thing seems quite unsanitary, drinking out of cups containing a ping-pong ball that's been bouncing off of numerous surfaces, probably including the floor. I mean, the alcohol content of beer isn't really that high, and apparently one is supposed to drink from the cup immediately, so I'm not sure how effectively it would sterilize the ball.