T.V. Series: Boy Meets World Season 1

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Boy Meets World Season 1 SSummary

Season 1, Episode 1: Pilot

Middle school begins for Cory Matthews (Ben Savage) and his best friend, Shawn Hunter (Rider Strong). They talk to their teacher, Mr. Feeny (William Daniels), and Cory questions candy for breakfast. They soon begin their class discussions and Mr. Feeny is teaching William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, and how two students will portray those roles. Meanwhile, Cory is not paying attention and is listening to the Philadelphia Phillies game. Cory gets caught and argues with Mr. Feeny that it is an important thing. Cory and his older brother, Eric (Will Friedle), planned to go to the game but he dumped him in order to bring a girl out on a date. Later, Cory told his parents, Amy (Betsy Randle) and Alan (William Russ), but they do not show sympathy that he had detention on the day of the game. Cory feels that his parents don’t care about him and he moves himself into his tree house. While there, he spots Mr. Feeny talking to someone in the phone and is eating alone for a dinner made for two. Cory goes back into the house and Amy tells him that when people grow up they get different interest. After this talk, Cory is ready to face detention. The next day, Cory tells Mr. Feeny that he saw him eating alone, and Mr. Feeny gives him a speech about “the power of love”, and uses the Matthews family as an example. Cory later moves out of the tree house and back at home. Meanwhile, Eric returns from the game and tells everyone how miserable he was on the date. Cory then convinces Eric to call the girl back because he said, “I’m told love is worth it”. In the post-credits, Cory is having a tea-party with his little sister Morgan (Lily Nicksay) and tells her that he will never ditch her for a girl. Mr. Feeny then asks a teacher out for dinner, and reveals that the night Cory saw him having dinner alone, was supposed to be with him and his sister who cancelled at the last minute.

Season 1, Episode 2: On the Fence

Cory and his friends are having a talk about who is the best superhero. This leads to an ultimate water-gun fight. Cory’s best friend, Shawn Hunter, shot a nerdy kid named Stuart Minkus (Lee Norris) with the water-gun, and Cory feels left out because he is the only one who doesn’t have one yet. Minkus then gets annoyed with how Cory and Shawn are treating him so he gets out his brand-new water-gun and retaliates by shooting Cory and his friends. Cory then tries to convince Amy and Alan to buy him a water-gun which is worth $50 but they refuse, so he turns to Eric and asks him to buy the water-gun for him. Eric also refuses and even shows off his new watch to Cory. After hearing that Eric got the money from his job at Alan’s supermarket, Cory asks Alan if he could work there. Alan refuses and tells him that he is too young and that there are no job openings. Alan talks to Cory about enjoying his youth time but he gets angry that he can’t have his water-gun. Cory then goes to Mr. Feeny, who offers to pay him $50 to paint his fence for him. Cory airbrushes the paint and is proud of what he has done, but he then sees that the paint went to shutter slats and went onto the white fence. Cory’s friends then have a water-gun fight with him, and he asks them to help him repaint the fence. They do so, but give up. Cory returns to the house, soaking wet but is very happy. Meanwhile, Eric returns from work and is terribly exhausted and questions how Alan can work such long hours and still do work at home. From a distance, Cory sees Alan painting the fence and says that his dad is “Superman”. During dinner, Cory starts a water-fight between his family and he sold his $50 water-gun for two smaller pistols, and he gave one to Alan so he can “revisit” being a kid. In the post-credits, Morgan calls the cops and says that the Matthews are outside “fighting”, and they “just shot the neighbor”!

Season 1, Episode 3: Father Knows Less

Alan and Cory are making a sandwich to take to the Blue Angels navy flight demonstration. Unfortunately, the supermarket assistant manager, Lenny Spinelli, comes bringing bad news to Alan that there is chaos and broken shelves. Because he is the manager of the supermarket, Alan is forced to cancel his plans with Cory but promises to make it up to him. Later on, Alan wakes up Cory and lets him watch the end of the Philadelphia Phillies game, even though it is late. In the class the next morning, Cory falls asleep and fails the test Mr. Feeny gave. Cory tries to explain to Mr. Feeny why he was sleepy, but he refuses to accept an excuse. Cory then tells Alan and Amy, and Alan talks to Mr. Feeny. Mr. Feeny understands, but he refuses to change Cory’s grade. Alan and Mr. Feeny get into an argument and Alan tells him that he doesn’t understand because he doesn’t have a son. Then, Lenny Spinelli returns to the Matthews household delivering more bad news. Cory then accidentally throws a ball in Mr. Feeny’s yard and is caught trying to get it. Mr. Feeny invites Cory and talks him. He reveals that he wanted to spend time with his dad when he was younger to listen to President Truman’s speech. But, Mr. Feeny’s father refused, not because he had school the next day, but because he didn’t want Mr. Feeny to be near his drinking buddies. Mr. Feeny then tells Cory that it is important that a boy spends time with his father. Alan returns from dealing with the small fire at the supermarket, and sees Mr. Feeny and Cory talking. Alan then sends Cory to bed and assures Mr. Feeny that Cory will go to bed on time. Cory then asks Amy why adults change who is right, and she tells him that two adults can think differently about something. Even though he is confused, Cory is sure what Alan meant that he go to sleep on time. Alan them promises to Cory that he’ll be there for him if he misses something.

Season 1, Episode 4: Cory’s Alternative Friends

Shawn and Cory are partners for a presentation about air pollution in Mr. Feeny’s class, but turn it into an off-topic discussion about the Philadelphia Phillies. Mr. Feeny blames himself for letting Cory and Shawn become partners. For their next assignment, Mr. Feeny assigns the partners. Shawn is partnered up with Minkus and is thrilled because he will do all of the work. Meanwhile, Cory is not so thrilled with his partner Topanga Lawrence, a hippie nerd who it part of the “out-cast” group and sits with the “weird-kids” at lunch. Cory tries to persuade Mr. Feeny, but he made his decision. At lunch, Cory hears some girls talking about a “total Brillo-head” and thought that they were talking about him. Later, Topanga goes to Cory’s house to make him sign a petition to stop the librarian from retiring. When Topanga leaves, Cory informs Shawn about his “hair problem”, and they call Shawn’s sister and get something to straighten his hair. Cory and Topanga then work on their project with Cory wanting a quick presentation, while Topanga wants to go to the performing arts route. Topanga them performs a poem and tells Cory that he shouldn’t be embarrassed to show his true self. Topanga then tells Cory that she doesn’t care when people make fun of her, and that Cory blends in well. Cory then tricks Topanga into leaving. Cory and Shawn then check his hair and are shocked when his hair turns out different because they left the chemicals in too long. Cory decides not to go to school, but Alan and Amy refuse. At school, everyone makes fun of and laughs at Cory’s hair and he sits at the “Weird-Kids lunch table”. Cory then helps Topanga and her friends to get their petition for the school librarian. Despite he is embarrassed of his hair, Cory doesn’t want to let Topanga and his new friends down. After they finished their goal, Minkus and everyone else left, while Cory and Topanga shared their first kiss ever, with Cory handcuffed to a locker. Cory is so embarrassed and shocked. Cory’s hair then returns to normal, and he confronts the girls who were talking about him, and realize they were talking about another boy. Topanga and Cory then share a look, with Topanga showing off her new red baseball cap.

Season 1, Episode 5: Killer Bees

In the geography test, Minkus scores the highest score once again. Cory did not do too well (he got a C), and he actually studies, but he blames the out-of-date textbooks. Mr. Feeny agrees with Cory but tells him that the Board of Education doesn’t have enough money. Mr. Feeny also tells him that if he paid attention in class, he might have done a bit better. Mr. Feeny then informs the class about the upcoming Regional Geography Tournament. Minkus always enters and wins. The whole class is not paying attention until Mr. Feeny announces that the winner will get to be the batboy at the upcoming World Series. Everyone, but Minkus, loves the prize. Cory tries to convince Mr. Feeny into letting him compete, but he knows Cory’s motives. Later, Cory and his friends ambush and take Minkus to the Matthews house. Meanwhile, Eric is continuously arguing with Amy about a concert he is going to. Eric is bringing a date to the Aerosmith concert and is embarrassed to be near Alan and Amy. On the other hand, Cory tries to convince Minkus to withdraw from the Geography tournament. Minkus agrees to Cory’s bargain under one condition – they will not throw balls at him during gym class. Because of Minkus’ resignation, Mr. Feeny has no one else but Cory. Mr. Feeny doesn’t want to enter thinking Cory will humiliate him. Cory then hits the books and is confidant for the tournament. Unfortunately, he and Mr. Feeny lost the tournament, and gets even more angry learning that the girl who won isn’t even interested in the prize. Meanwhile, Eric and Heather come home early from the concert due to Eric being embarrassed. Heather, though, thinks that Amy and Alan are cool. Eric then starts appreciating his parents for who they are after getting a talk. For Cory, even though he didn’t win the geography tournament, he got an A on his geography test. In the post-credits, it show Cory watching the World Series and the announcers get into a geography discussion after the bat-girl runs onto the field with a protest-banner.

Season 1, Episode 6: Boys II Mensa

It is near Halloween and Cory dresses up like a clown taking the phrase “Class Clown” too literally. Mr. Feeny then returns graded book reports. Cory attempts to protest his grade comparing himself to Minkus; this causes Cory to get himself into detention. Shawn and Cory both are in detention and come across an I.Q. answer key. Cory cheats and memorizes the scores and gets a high grade on the test. Mr. Feeny gets suspicious because Cory scored even higher than Minkus (who always scores the highest). He sends home a note for Alan and Amy, but Shawn convinces Cory to keep up his act. His parents know the truth, but refuse to accuse Cory in hopes that he will admit the truth. Meanwhile, Eric bought Morgan a Halloween costume as a Zombie. Amy disagrees with the costume, Morgan, Alan, and Eric are enthusiastic about it. Cory then tells Shawn that he is starting to become guilty for lying to his parents. At school, Mr. Feeny gives Cory a final chance to admit the truth before telling him he would be transferred to a school full of prodigies and no sports. Cory doesn’t admit and Mr. Feeny tells him that he’ll get what he deserves. After school, a woman from the gifted school gives Cory a test, and Shawn tells him to fail the test on purpose so he won’t have to go to the school. Cory then admits to his parents that he cheated on the I.Q. test. Alan and Amy ground Cory for two weeks but let him go trick-or-treating and advise him not to be something he is not. Cory then gives up the title of class clown to Mr. Feeny, and realizes why he is harder on Cory than on students who score the same on tests. In the post-credits, Mr. Feeny went to the Matthews house to ask for some candy, and two boys who are trick-or-treating tell Mr. Feeny that he is the best teacher ever. Mr. Feeny is convinced that it is Cory but is mistaken. After he leaves, the two boys are revealed to be Cory and Shawn, and Cory says “And they think I’m not a genius!”

Season 1, Episode 7: Grandma Was A Rolling Stone

Cory and Shawn find themselves removing snails from Mr. Feeny’s garden for bait in their upcoming fishing trip with Alan. Alan tells Cory that Eric will not be joining them due to his interest in girls. Eric then teaches Morgan to be his “wing-man” in front of girls. Meanwhile, Alan’s mother, Bernice, arrives and brings gifts for Morgan and Eric; giving Morgan a shrunken head and Eric a bull-whip. She gives Amy and Alan a dried-up cactus. While there, Bernice promises to get Morgan new clothes at the mall, bring Eric to see bikini girls, and get Cory a Cal Ripken baseball card autographed by the “man in the picture.” Later, Mr. Feeny seeks Eric to help entertain his niece, Jessica. Eric brings out Morgan to use her as his wing-man. Mr. Feeny gets annoyed knowing that Eric is using Morgan to get on a date with Jessica. Morgan then invites Jessica to the carnival with her and Eric. Meanwhile, Cory realizes that Bernice won’t show up and decides to spend the Sunday afternoon with Shawn. Much to his surprise, Shawn is out fishing with Alan. Cory is terribly disappointed that both Alan and Bernice abandoned him. Later on, Morgan, Jessica, and Eric return and share a kiss – but get caught by Shawn and Alan. Cory and Alan then talk about how Bernice shows her weird way of love. Mr. Feeny then comes over, confronts Eric, about taking out Jessica after dark, but Bernice returns and covers up for Eric. In the end-credits, Shawn admires Cory’s card, while Cory understands the worth of it.

Season 1, Episode 8: Teacher’s Bet

Cory and Minkus get into a conversation where Cory thinks Mr. Feeny gets overpaid, while Minkus thinks he gets underpaid. Meanwhile, after so many cracks, Mr. Feeny calls Cory after class and decides to make a bet with him. The challenge is Cory will teach the class, and if more kids pass than usual, he wins the bet and gets 1/5 of Mr. Feeny’s paycheck; but if less kids pass, Mr. Feeny gets Cory’s brand new bike. Eric brings home his new girlfriend named Linda, and Morgan gets a liking to her especially when she gave her a gift of a Japanese lantern. Later, Cory informs his parents about the bet but they are not so enthusiastic. During his first day, Cory names himself as the teacher and is called “Hey, Dude.” He becomes too nice and the class gets out of control. Cory then decides to give up. At home, Cory then realizes that racial prejudice still exists after Linda gets called a racial slur at their local mall. Cory then gives a speech to the class, and gets their attention. Mr. Feeny then tells Cory that the same number of people passed except Shawn – he got a B (he always gets a C). In the post-credits, Linda is showing off her cheerleader moves to Eric and Amy.

Season 1, Episode 9: Class Pre-Union

Cory is making a video about being the middle child and interviews every member in the Matthews family. Amy gave Morgan a gold necklace, and Alan tells Cory not to break the video camera, but he does. In class, Mr. Feeny assigns a project titled “Preunion”, to see how much has changed when they see each other at their 20th high school reunion, with the personal details that led up to it. Shawn decides to become a salesman because that is what his father does. Meanwhile, Cory is helping Amy create the props for the Preunion. Morgan tells Amy that she traded her gold necklace for a fake one. Amy tries to talk to the girl’s mother but she refuses to give it back. The next day, Minkus is dressed as an entrepreneur and is settled to take over Microsoft, and is married to Topanga. Then it becomes Cory’s turn to turn in a presentation, but due to lack of research Mr. Feeny gives Cory an “incomplete” grade. Unfortunately, Cory takes this personally and feels his dream of becoming a professional baseball player is crushed. Cory disposes of all of his baseball souvenirs and posters and even brings Eric to become sad due to his sour attitude. Meanwhile, Amy invites Stephanie (the girl who Morgan gave the necklace) and her mother, and Morgan tricks Stephanie into giving her back their stuff, but including her mother’s car keys. Eric and Cory then cheer up when Alan invited professional baseball player Jim Abbott. Jim Abbott gives Cory advice not to give up on his dream, but also the power of an education. Mr. Feeny then throws all of Cory’s baseballs on the Matthews side of the fence. In the post-credits, Alan wonders if Amy regrets marrying him because he didn’t pursue his dream to become an engineer.

Season 1, Episode 10: Santa’s Little Helper

At lunch, Cory notices that Shawn brought a packed lunch to school, instead of their usual fish sticks day in the cafeteria. Minkus then shows up at their table, telling Cory and Shawn that each person in the class should contribute $5 for Mr. Feeny’s gift from the class. However, Shawn says that he has spent his money. Soon, Cory and Topanga get into a heated debate on the true spirit of the holidays. Cory and Shawn start bragging to each other about what they are getting for Christmas and after finding out that he got an NBA basketball, Cory decides to tell Shawn to see what he got. However, Alan tells him that Shawn won’t be getting a lot for the holidays this year since his father has been laid off work. Feeling sad, Cory decides to give his basketball to Shawn as a present. However, Shawn finds out that Cory is aware of his family’s financial situation, gets upset, and refuses to be his charity case. After eavesdropping on their conversation, Mr. Feeny provides Cory with neighborly advice that the friendship shouldn’t be amounted on the gifts that you give nor should you give it to make yourself feel good, but out of the generosity and purity of your heart. The next day, Minkus tells Shawn that Cory had paid his part of the gift for Feeny. Minkus presents Feeny his gift, and Cory and Shawn apologize to each other, both learning the true meaning of Christmas, as well as friendship. Meanwhile, Morgan feels like she killed Santa Claus after an incident in the mall injured Santa. Amy, Alan, and Eric attempt to console her, but she locks herself in the restroom. In the post-credits, Mr. Feeny, who is disguised as Santa Claus, comes into the household to help calm Morgan. However, she figures out that it is Feeny and while in shock, the camera clicks and the Matthews take their annual family picture.

Season 1, Episode 11: The Father/Son Game

It is a Friday morning in the Matthews household, and Cory is annoyed that Morgan ate all of the sugar cereal. Eric tries to convince Amy and Alan to have a later curfew so that he could spend more time with his date. Alan then excitedly informs Eric and Cory about the annual father/son softball game. Cory and Eric, though, do not share the same enthusiasm as Alan for the softball game. At school, Cory’s class recited the Pledge of Allegiance, except Topanga. Cory then laughs about Topanga getting in trouble and finds out that Mr. Feeny asked Topanga not to say the Pledge of Allegiance to start the lesson of the day. He used Cory and Topanga as examples for the social debate: Pledge Vs. Protest. Topanga is defending the right to protest and Cory thinks it is not worth it to protest. Meanwhile, Cory sees Alan practicing for the father/son game and feels guilty about telling him that he doesn’t want to play. Eric and Cory try to make Amy help them not be in the softball game. Eric and Cory try to give Alan excuses and he tells them that the game has been cancelled. Cory then finds out that the game was played from Topanga. Eric and Cory then try to make it up to Alan by throwing him a barbecue. In the class, Cory then tells the class that no matter what tradition anyone is doing they should respect it. Cory and Eric then tell Alan to have a re-match father/son softball game by challenging the bookstore to another match. In the post-credits, they come back victorious.

Season 1, Episode 12: Once in Love With Amy

On the night of Amy’s bowling league, the babysitter cancels on her. Eric, feeling responsible, decides to be mature and volunteers to babysit Cory and Morgan. In class, Mr. Feeny poses a math question, in which Cory and Minkus get wrong. However, Topanga finds the solution. Feeny explains that the answer to the question is not in fact a mathematical solution, and that it is the student’s responsibility to figure out what the answer is. Feeling stumped, Shawn and Cory decide to test out Mr. Feeny’s question on a Barbie doll and a toy car. Consequently, Minkus arrives at Cory’s door on the edge of a nervous breakdown after his failed attempt at solving the problem. Later on, Cory finds out from Shawn that Amy’s bowling league had ended nearly six weeks ago, causing Cory to worry. Cory, Shawn, and Eric then open Amy’s bag finding a cocktail dress. The brothers then leave to follow Amy, leaving Shawn in charge of Morgan. Upon their arrival to the restaurant, Cory and Eric see their mother dancing with a mysterious figure. When they arrive home, Eric decides to tell Alan about what he saw. Then, however, Amy explains to the boys that she was the one dancing with Alan. She also explained that since they were busy parents with three children, they hadn’t had time for each other, so she and Alan decided to add some mystery into their date. Back in the classroom, Feeny tells the class of Topanga’s answer, revealing “the secret of life”— people change people, from which he learned from his mother. In the post-credits, Minkus is shown to be still stuck on trying to figure out the mathematical answer to Mr. Feeny’s problem, and inadvertently discovers time-travel. However, he chooses to disregard it.

Season 1, Episode 13: She Loves Me, She Loves Me Not

Topanga develops a crush on Eric, but Cory gets the impression that her affections are directed at him.

Season 1, Episode 14: The B-Team of Life

Cory and Minkus are assigned to the basketball “B-Team” at school, and rarely get to play. However, Cory also gets the feeling that he is on the “B-Team” with his own family.

Season 1, Episode 15: Model Family

Cory learns that there is no such thing as “a perfect family” when he is assigned to get in a group with Shawn, Topanga and Minkus and work together as a family.

Season 1, Episode 16: Risky Business

Cory and Shawn bet on racehorses for a school project, but they soon learn—the hard way—that there are things in life that are not worth risking.

Season 1, Episode 17: The Fugitive

When Shawn blows up a mailbox at Alan’s grocery store with a cherry bomb, he stays in Cory’s room to avoid going home. Cory tries to keep this secret as long as he can but soon learns what it means to be a true friend and helps Shawn to face what he did.

Season 1, Episode 18: It’s a Wonderful Night

At school, Shawn informs Cory that he rented an ‘R’-rated movie and tells him that they will watch the horror film in the Matthews household. Amy and Alan do not allow any type of material like that inside their home and ban it. Shawn and Cory attempt to smuggle it since his parents will be out for the evening. Meanwhile, Judy, the Matthews regular babysitter, cancelled due to a skin condition. Eric then takes his driver’s test but fails. Eric and his friend have dates and he decides to drive anyway so that he won’t disappoint his date. Desperate to find a babysitter, Eric convinces Mr. Feeny to step-in as the babysitter so that his plans will not be cancelled. Mr. Feeny then becomes the babysitter and plays tea party with Morgan and wears a floppy hat much to his detriment. Cory and Shawn initially fool Mr. Feeny telling him that they’re watching a nature film. Later, the car Eric was driving gets towed and he is unable to retrieve it because he does not have a license. Troubles arises as Mr. Feeny discovers that Cory and Shawn smuggled an inappropriate movie. Mr. Feeny then finds out that Eric got his car towed. And if that wasn’t enough, Amy and Alan return home and find out about the happenings. In consequence of the happenings, Amy and Alan ground Cory for two weeks only letting him watch educational television, and make Eric retake his driver’s test so that he can drive Morgan and Cory wherever they want.

Season 1, Episode 19: Kid Gloves

Cory, Shawn, Minkus, and Topanga are required to choose an extra curricular activity and they all wind up in SCUBA diving. The next day, Cory is celebrating his 12th birthday and Alan bestows to him a gift. Cory realizes that the gift is just a worthless necklace of silver mittens, but he pretends to love it in order not to hurt Alan’s feelings. Alan becomes disappointed knowing that Cory doesn’t like his gift. Meanwhile, Morgan is persistently whining that she didn’t get a gift like before during Cory and Eric’s birthday. During the SCUBA class, Cory and Shawn are making jokes about each other’s swimsuits until they are left speechless seeing Topanga in her bathing suit. They are excited to meet the SCUBA instructor but are shocked that it is Mr. Feeny. Later, Cory realizes that he lost Alan’s necklace and goes SCUBA diving alone in an attempt to find it. Alan then explains to Cory that he got it while he was in the U.S. Navy. During dinner, Eric poorly covers up for Cory when he tells their parents that he went to Shawn’s house for dinner because Shawn is at the Matthews house. Alan and Amy then realize that Cory is missing. While searching for Alan’s necklace, Cory is caught by Mr. Feeny and is immediately brought home. Mr. Feeny then tells Cory he found the necklace. Cory gives it to Alan telling him that he is not worthy of that kind of a gift. In the end credits, Alan secretly gives Morgan a toy horse but tells her not to tell Amy. He tells her that he won it in the Navy.

Season 1, Episode 20: The Play’s the Thing

Cory’s class is making a play about William Shakespeare’s Hamlet, and Cory gets the lead role with Topanga and Minkus as his “co-stars”. At home, Cory tries to practice for his annual miniature golf match with Alan, Amy, and Eric. Eric then tells Cory that he will throw the match for the price of $5. While Cory’s class is rehearsing for the play, Cory tries to convince Mr. Feeny to make changes to make it more exciting. Later, Topanga gives Cory his costume as Hamlet which includes a doublet and tights. Cory calls it a “miniskirt and pantyhose” and refuses to wear it. Cory then decides to quit the play and tells Shawn about his hidden motive and thinks that if he quits, Mr. Feeny will be forced to accept his suggestions. However, Minkus replaces Cory as Hamlet. At home, Cory finds out that Alan’s job cut his salary by 5% which means they cannot afford to go the Jersey Shore for their annual miniature golf tournament. At school, Shawn is given Minkus’ former role and begs Cory to return because Minkus is a poor substitute. Cory tries to convince Mr. Feeny to let him have his part back, but he refuses and teaches Cory a lesson about not letting people down who are counting on him. In the Matthews household, Cory finds out that they made their own mini-golf course in the backyard. In the play, Cory is a spear carrier and his co-spear carrier starts a fight on the stage which ends up involving everyone but Cory.

Season 1, Episode 21: Boy Meets Girl

Cory and Shawn’s class watch a video about puberty, which disgusts them. Shortly after, Shawn’s eyes are caught by a beautiful classmate named Hilary. Shawn asks out Hilary despite his agreement with Cory that they’ll stay twelve until they are forty-two. In an attempt to keep up with his buddy, Cory asks Topanga out on a date, not knowing what dating really means. Cory then asks Minkus for advice on dating and he gives Cory the answer to date the “girl in the dress”, meaning Topanga. Meanwhile, Amy and Alan are excited knowing that Cory is out on his first date with Topanga. Cory becomes nervous and decides to fake being sick so that his date with Topanga will not pursue. The next day, Topanga went to the Matthews house to bring Cory some bancha tea. To Cory’s surprise, Topanga is understanding about why he faked being ill. Cory and Topanga then play a game with their laundry, and they chat about their Mother’s Day gifts. In school, Cory explains to Topanga that them hanging out was not a date. Cory then asks Topanga how she knows a lot about women, to her reply she says that she will become a “woman” one day. Before heading into class, she fixes Cory’s collar but he annoyingly fixes it back. In the post-credits, Cory and Shawn discuss about their first dates and always promise to stick together despite the coming of second dates, proms, engagements, and marriage. Later, Hilary says hi to Shawn and the same goes for Topanga to Cory.

Season 1, Episode 22: I Dream of Feeny

Cory and Shawn are worrying over a geography test that they have not studied for. Cory wishes that Mr. Feeny will get a “sick day” so that the test will be cancelled. The day of the test arrives, and Cory’s wish came true; Mr. Feeny was sent to the hospital. This causes Cory to believe that he has the power to make people sick, and thinks of it as a “gift”. Meanwhile, Topanga tries to convince Shawn that the “power of mind” should not be taken so lightly. Minkus becomes extremely worried about Mr. Feeny that he even doesn’t have the power to trade insults with Shawn. Shawn is now worried about Cory’s powers, and Topanga informs him that he will receive karma for his actions. Cory’s conscience is now haunting his dreams, as he sees Mr. Feeny’s “ghost” haunting him and continuously telling Cory that he “killed” him. The next day, Cory goes to the hospital to visit Mr. Feeny to make sure he’s okay. Cory gives Mr. Feeny a geranium, planning it to be a metaphor for growth. In the end-credits, Topanga is performing an experiment with Minkus, Cory, and Shawn in trying to power a light bulb with their minds.

Boy Meets World Season 1 Review

Rating: 5 out of 5.

A great show showing the best way to parent middle and high schoolers while filled with comedy.

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