In this TV series we see the "adventures" and goofs of a young schoolboy named Cory Matthews and his best friend Shawn Hunter. At school, they aren't very popular with girls, and they have enemies like Harley, Joey, and Frankie. They also get often in trouble with Mr. Feeny, the school's funny principal.Written by
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"Sixteen Candles" was filmed at the Pond in Anaheim during a real life WWF house show. Extra security was provided to the actors as well as camera crew. See more »
The beer cans that Shawn and the homeless bum drink out of in "If You Can't Be With the One That You Love" changes between shots. One shot is a can of Miller High Life, while the next shot is a can of Schlitz. See more »
Mr. George Feeny:
I, for example, have a young neighbor who sings along to his little sister's Barney records.
You hear that?
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At the end of Dangerous Secret, Rider Strong does a PSA on the prevention of Child and Teen abuse See more »
The episode "No Guts, No Cory" has a different ending on syndication which was taken from the series "Teen Angel" which was the conclusion to the "TGIF Time Warp", the ending involved once Salem was found by Sabrina, the cast of "Boy Meets World" returned to their time. See more »
Boy Meets World is unlike any children's show ever made, or any show for that matter. In an era where every show has to have an angle, Boy Meets World stands out as a story about flawed characters just trying to navigate life. It teaches us so many lessons and I will never forget it as long as I live. Shawn taught us that we can all overcome whatever life deals us, and that you can never judge a book by its cover. Topanga taught us that it's OK not to be perfect, but we can all try. Cory taught us that it's OK to ask questions, to not have all the answers. And Mr. Feeny, well, he taught us everything. He taught us that, above all, we should be good people. He taught us that there are lessons to be learned in all aspects of our lives. Boy Meets World was a great show because of the parents. Corys parents make just as many mistakes as he does, and they're not afraid to admit when they do. But that's not to say that their children don't respect them, don't come to them for advice, and don't always know what's best. Never has a show made me laugh and cry so much. Never has a show so effortlessly addressed the problems we all face. Never has a show been a better demonstration that you don't have to be blood to be family. Full of good values, lessons, and funny plots, Boy Meets World is the show that I keep coming back to. Because never has a show meant so much to me. Never has a show meant so much to us. We will never forget you, Boy Meets World. You made us all better people.
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