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Exclusive Video. Sloppy Joes or chicken pot pie? Farkle's Corey Fogelmanis dilemma over whether to choose Riley Rowan Blanchard or Maya Sabrina Carpenter becomes a lunchtime analogy in the pilot episode: Sloppy Joe or chicken pot pie? Turns out, these kids aren't the first to try to use food to try to solve a romantic dilemma. Shawn Rider Strong in "Boy Meets World" likened being torn between a Stacy and a Linda to trying to choose between meatloaf or chicken.SEE VIDEO BY TOPIC: zay lucas + farkle scene pack logoless
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The lessons Mr. Feeney had taught them over the years continue through Cory as he takes up the mantle of the middle school, and later high school, history teacher. Both shows were very moral driven as the main characters connected to lessons others had learned in the past to help them determine how to handle their present. However, while the nature of both shows may have been similar, each series had to present the scenarios differently.
Due to airing on ABC Network, the series was allowed to portray growing up realistically. Life milestones were able to be touched on and given an in-depth conversation. The series was never scared by the concept of change, even if Cory was. Girl Meets World aired on Disney Channel, giving it less room for the characters to grow up the same way. Even though the team behind the show certainly succeeded in giving Riley and Maya more mature things to do, the series was never able to achieve the same growth as its predecessor.
When Cory was in high school, he was bullied by Harley Keiner and his friends. Farkle feels belittled when another kid makes fun of his clothes and tells him that he is nothing.
Farkle's friends rally around him and make sure he knows that is not the case. In " Girl Meets Rileytown," Farkle realizes that Riley is getting bullied too, just in a different manner. She receives text messages from an unknown character that calls out her upbeat personality as a bad thing. Girl Meets World took a more emotional route with its bullying storylines.
There is no relationship like Cory and Topanga. Their relationship has stood the test of time and held its ground through good moments and bad. Riley and her friends attempt relationships, but the love triangle that lasts throughout seasons two and three makes it difficult to stand behind them. Riley, Maya, and Lucas' inability to make a decision kept the triangle going on far longer than it should have. By doing so, Riley, Maya, Farkle, and Lucas connect on a deeper level than they had been expecting.
It also asks if technology makes people better. By acknowledging the changes from when Cory was a child, it encourages kids to put their phones down and talk to each other. As well envisioned as every character in the series is, Mr. He is consistently there for Cory, the Matthews family, Shawn, and Topanga. Feeny is an advice-giving machine, and always has something prominent to say or teach.
As much as the kids may have driven him crazy, he always cared about them and tried to guide them in the right direction.
However, Cory learned everything he knows from Mr. Feeny and still considers him to be the best teacher he ever had. Boy Meets World , unfortunately, did not do that well with their continuity. Details such as Cory and Topanga's history and Shawn's amount of half-siblings get contradicted the further into the series you go.
While it may not have affected the overall arc of the story, especially when they try to justify their continuity issues later, the confusing details are still relevant. Relationships like Shawn and Mr. Although Turner was not Shawn's father, Shawn could not help but look up to Turner for support, and Turner equally cared for Shawn.
Feeny also shared complex relationships with Cory, Topanga, Shawn, and Eric, even if he chooses not to admit it. Due to the complexities of the bonds, it forced other characters to look at things through another perspective that they had not seen. Cory, Shawn, and Topanga have the central friendship in the series until Eric becomes more heavily involved, along with Angela, Jack, and Rachel.
Those relationships were all relevant to the show, but in "The War," it is apparent that there are underlying issues below the surface. Friends since they were children, Cory, Shawn, and Topanga, do not realize that they have made Jack, Angela, and Rachel feel left out. However, Rachel has the most massive issue, as she views everyone else as having familial or romantic relations with Cory, Shawn, or Topanga, while she does not.
There is no relationship more critical on the series than Riley and Maya. Keeping secure connections with Farkle, Lucas, Zay, and Smackle is a constant relevant storyline. Girl Meets World's place on Disney Channel did not allow it to dive into adult topics.
However, that does not mean that the series did not try. While they did cover essential themes, the show was not able to discuss things that were not acceptable for children to see. Boy Meets World did have the opportunity to dive into those issues. Drinking, sex, and other adult matters are placed into the series as the characters grow older.
By doing so, it allows the audience to grow with the show rather than grow out of it. Alan and Amy were excellent parents to Cory, Eric, and Morgan. However, they were the only constant parental figures in the series. Shawn's parents appeared and disappeared while Topanga's was hardly shown at all. Girl Meet World not only utilizes Cory and Topanga but also has Katy Hart's influence in the show when she is not present.
Farkle's father, Stuart Minkus, makes small appearances on the series as well. Even though they are brief, he is still there for a significant reason in the story. Although Lucas' parents are never introduced, "Girl Meets Texas" brings the main characters to Texas and allows the audience to see the environment Lucas and Zay grew up in. Share Tweet Email 0. Batman V.
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Isaiah "Zay" Babineaux is a semi-regular character in Girl Meets World who was introduced in Season 2 as Lucas ' best friend from Texas and later became the fifth member of Riley's circle of friends. He then forms new friendships with Riley, Maya, and Farkle with whom he shares the title of Lucas' best friend. Brash and confident, Zay fancies himself a smooth talker, but his words and actions more often get him into trouble rather than out of it, which causes him to depend on Lucas to bail him out. In "Girl Meets the Secret of Life" it is revealed that Zay and Lucas were best friends at their old school and Zay was indirectly responsible for Lucas' expulsion. Like Lucas, Zay's father was transferred to New York.
Lucas Friar : Maya, are you seriously not gonna talk to me? Maya Hart : You could have gotten hurt on that stupid bull. What do you think you getting hurt would have done to the people who Isaiah 'Zay' Babineaux : Care about you? I think you were gonna say "care about you".
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Anyway, if this focuses more on the impact that the characters have on each other then Feeny is obviously number one well, unless it's given to George Weeny. I can think of a top 5 influential. After that, I struggle to split it apart from who I may like, but who is actually important. Feeny, Alan, Cory, Topanga and Shawn are probably the top 5; though maybe in not that exact order. Eric is probably the big loser in regards to it being influential rather than favourite, and Topanga the big winner. Interesting points, my friends. I think what you have to say about Zay is very fair--he was atrocious in Season Two, but in Season 3, most of his problems are characteristic of the problems of the show in itself.
I'm thinking about changing it to the frog. I seriously love that frog. That is a cool frog. We didn't have a frog nearly that cool in first grade.
It aired on May 13, to 2. Lucas' old friend from Texas transfers to John Quincy Adams Middle School, and Cory uses an unusual method to teach the kids about the meaning of life. Just as Cory's class begins, a new student walks in to the classroom who turns out to be one of Lucas' old classmates from Texas.
Lucas and Zay
The two are best friends. Back in Texas, Lucas and Zay were best friends until Lucas was expelled from school after getting into a fight caused by Zay running his mouth off. Afterward, when Lucas' dad was transferred to New York City in the beginning of the series, Zay was never mentioned until his first appearance in Girl Meets the Secret of Life after his dad was also transferred to New York City.SEE VIDEO BY TOPIC: Girl Meets World Girl Meets Secret of life Clip (before theme song)
The lessons Mr. Feeney had taught them over the years continue through Cory as he takes up the mantle of the middle school, and later high school, history teacher. Both shows were very moral driven as the main characters connected to lessons others had learned in the past to help them determine how to handle their present. However, while the nature of both shows may have been similar, each series had to present the scenarios differently. Due to airing on ABC Network, the series was allowed to portray growing up realistically. Life milestones were able to be touched on and given an in-depth conversation.
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The series centers around the life of Riley and her friends and family, particularly their school life, in which Cory is their history teacher. Riley shares a strong relationship with her best friend Maya Hart, who assists her in learning to cope with the social and personal issues of adolescence. Several Boy Meets World cast members reprise their roles in the series.
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