Farkle girl meets world now
Learn more about Amazon Prime. Close Menu. Riley and her friends may be ready to take on the world, but first they'll have to make it through middle school! Cory and Topanga decide to let Riley babysit Auggie for the first time. Riley and Maya are forced to work in the school cafeteria while Lucas and Farkle are assigned janitorial duty. And when Riley discovers that Farkle has been the victim of bullying, she decides to take a stand.SEE VIDEO BY TOPIC: Girl Meets World 🔥 Then And Now
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Better Know Farkle from ‘Girl Meets World’ Before Kidabaloo
It aired in the U. IQ tests results cause Farkle to question who he really is and where he belongs. Later, another student teaches him a lesson in compassion.
While Cory talks to his class about how people and atoms are unique, Ms. Oben, the school guidance counselor, arrives with test and aptitude results for the class. She tells Farkle what he already knows, that he's a genius, but then says the school will want to run some more specific tests on him. Depending on the new test results, another more specialized school might reach out to Farkle. As his friends eavesdrop from outside the classroom, Farkle insists he would never leave his friends behind.
That evening at Topanga's , Stuart Minkus and his wife Jennifer throw a party for Farkle to celebrate his now-official status as a genius. Smackle crashes the party to congratulate Farkle and to suggest that he consider transferring to Einstein Academy where his talents could be better nurtured.
The next day at school, Cory tells the class that the results from the IQ and aptitude tests don't define a person, and that they should not put themselves into categories, but instead focus on what they put into the world. Oben comes in again and asks to talk with Farkle alone; Farkle leaves somewhat nervously, and the others in the class begin to look concerned.
Later at the Matthews' home, Farkle announces to everyone that the school is running more specialized tests on him to see whether or not he has autism, particularly Asperger's Syndrome, which Farkle believes he may have, though the others think Farkle's behavior is simply Farkle being himself.
Jennifer and Stuart explain that Farkle's only concern was that his friends were all a part of what's going on; Cory notes that Farkle's loyalty to his friends is what he sees in his classroom every day.
After school, Farkle, Riley, Maya and Lucas sit in the Bay Window where Lucas uses a laptop to research some of the symptoms of Asperger's: social awkwardness, narrowed interests, discomfort with physical touch or receiving affection, and difficulty understanding emotion or love. Despite Riley and Maya's protesting, Farkle is convinced he has all of these symptoms and asks them to promise that they'll never let him not understand love.
Meanwhile, Stuart and Jennifer are talking with Cory and Topanga in the living room bay window; Jennifer explains that she used to be fearless, but now that she's a mother she lives in constant fear that something could happen to Farkle.
Cory and Topanga offer their support to Stuart and Jennifer and reassure them that they'll get through this. At Topanga's bakery, Farkle asks if they would mind if he transferred to Einstein academy; they say they would, but it wouldn't change their friendship. Smackle shows up and, revealing that Farkle took a tour of Einstein Academy, has him try on one of her school's green uniform blazers; she admits to finding Farkle even more attractive in the blazer calling him a 'hunk' and suggests they get a table outside alone, clumsily flirting with him on the way out the door.
He reiterates that he's loyal to them, but the girls remind him that he wanted them to help him to continue to understand love and that being a genius he should find out some things on his own, so he follows Smackle outside.
The two are awkwardly quiet at first, but then Farkle opens up about what's going on with him; when he explains to her that he may have Asperger's, Smackle seems intrigued. Farkle admits that the possibilities scare him and thinks that this may be too much for Smackle, and would understand if she were to leave, but Smackle stays. Taking hold of her hand, Farkle thanks Smackle for accepting him for whatever he is.
Just as class is about to begin, Ms. Oben again enters and asks to speak to Farkle alone in her office. When Farkle returns to class, he talks about autism and Asperger's syndrome. Farkle talked to the counselors for a long time; to his relief, the counselors told him not only that he does not have Asperger's, but also that they don't know what to make of him, which he likes. Riley, Maya, Lucas and the others are pleased to hear the results, but Smackle is disappointed.
Cory repeats that atoms are as unique as people, and that the only label a person should wear is their name. Farkle thanks his friends for being his friends, and for studying up on Asperger's, which surprises Cory.
Smackle then speaks up saying that observing Farkle in Cory's class was to be her proof that he belongs at Einstein Academy, but noticing the many friendships in the class, she admits she is wrong about her hypothesis, and that while Farkle belongs in Cory's class she feels she should leave, casting a sad look toward Farkle before walking out. That evening, Stuart and Jennifer join Cory and Topanga for dinner.
Recalling their time together in high school, Jennifer says her self-assertive behavior which is what scared Cory was borne of the fact that she was always comfortable with herself, never caring what others thought of her. Stuart says that even if Farkle had been diagnosed with anything at all it wouldn't have made any difference in the the way he and Jennifer love him.
After Jennifer thanks Cory and Topanga for being there for them, Cory says he's not scared of her any more. Sitting in the bay window with Riley and Maya, Smackle is convinced that Farkle doesn't want her; Riley wonders aloud if it's because he doesn't have Asperger's like Smackle does. Surpised that they know, Smackle admits that she was diagnosed with Asperger's when she was five years old and that she still struggles with it. Riley and Maya explain that science dictates that Farkle and Smackle can be together now that they're no longer "like forces that repel".
When Farkle comes through the window to talk to his ladies, he refers to Smackle as his arch-nemesis, but then tells his "fake wives" that he wants a double divorce, so Riley and Maya go sit on Riley's bed so Farkle and Smackle can sit together. When Smackle begins to explain she has Asperger's, Farkle says he already knows, and wants to show her the same compassion and understanding she showed him; Farkle asks to hug Smackle which she agrees; she says she doesn't like it, but then tells him "Don't stop".
At Topanga's, Farkle shows Smackle that Riley, Maya and Lucas are all his friends, and that they make him feel like he could rule the world. Riley and Maya suggest that Smackle should transfer to JQAMS instead, saying that she would have good friends there and as such she might not struggle so much with her Asperger's. Lucas puts his letterman jacket on Smackle, and then Riley asks for a show of hands as to who's normal, to which no one responds. When she asks who wants to be normal, Smackle raises her hand, but then slowly puts it down, showing that she has confidence issues.
When she finds out about "Farkle Time," Smackle's smile becomes a little broader. Fandom may earn an affiliate commission on sales made from links on this page.
Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki. It just gets in the way of who you are. Contents [ show ]. Cory: Hey, Monster. Jennifer Bassett Minkus: Yeah? Cory: You don't scare me any more. Stuart Minkus: Thank you for my son. Jennifer Bassett Minkus: Thank you for marrying me. Stuart Minkus: Yeah, well you told me to. Jennifer Bassett Minkus: Remember when we were in high school and you thought I was a monster just because I was bigger and different than everybody, and I handcuffed Shawn to a boat house.
Cory: Yeah. Jennifer Bassett Minkus: Well it never mattered what people said about me. I've always been comfortable with myself, no matter what anybody else called me.
Cory: I think that's a good way to go through life, monster. Topanga: No matter what they tell you, he's Farkle and we love him. Topanga: Of course I'm sure, Stuart. I mean you are almost as smart as me. Maya: Can you please give us one of your classic Maya pick me ups? Riley: Whatever happens, at least you're in better shape than Maya. Maya: Well, that wasn't what I was going for, but sure, let's turn on me. Riley: You think you've got stuff? This is a bag of cats. Maya: Okay, there, little helper.
Cory: Riley, what are you? Riley: Bunny farmer. Cory: Wrong. Riley: Then don't go into my room. Farkle: Are you suggesting my dum-dums are holding me back?
Riley: I am a blob fish. Farkle: And science never makes a mistake? Riley: Really? Have you never seen the blob fish? Why science? Lucas: Riley Matthews? Riley: Yes! Lucas: Would you- Riley: Absolutely. Lucas: Do me the honor- Riley: Any time at all. Lucas: Of becoming- Riley: Whatever you want. Lucas: Mrs. Lucas: Farkle Minkus? Riley You're gonna be there right? Farkle: A yes is a yes. Here's your ring.
Maya: Hey! Farkle: You get two penguins. Maya: Okay. Farkle: Maya, marry us quick while she's still distracted by the sparkles. Cory: Hey, Minkus. Great party. Nice shirt. I don't care about any of that.
Girl Meets Farkle
I have to confess that this show is one of the main reasons I opted to fulfill my daughters' biggest wish to get Disney Plus as a Christmas gift. My girls—ages 10 and 13—and I got hooked on Girl Meets World while Netflix ran it, between and early Then Disney put the show, which had been canceled in , on its own streaming service. I'd never seen Boy Meets World when it aired in the late '90s, so I came to this spinoff with fresh eyes. It takes place in Manhattan where the main characters of the original show, Cory Matthews Ben Savage and Topanga Lawrence Danielle Fishel , are now married and in the midst of their careers and raising their two children, year-old daughter Riley Rowan Blanchard and 5-year-old son Auggie August Maturo.
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Girl Meets World to Air an Autism Awareness Episode Centering on Farkle!
Check out our editors' picks to get the lowdown on the movies and shows we're looking forward to this month. Browse our picks. Title: Girl Meets Farkle 11 Sep Riley, Maya and Lucas emphasize the beauty of being unique as they rally around their friend Farkle Minkus, who may be on the autism spectrum. Meanwhile, his friendship with another student, Smackle, grows fonder. Cory is teaching a lesson on the dangers of disrupting people's nature, but all Farkle seems interested in is the never finished lesson about the Belgian Revolution. Suddenly, the school guidance counselor walks in, and this counselor is named Miss Oben played by the irresistible Cyrina Fiallo, who just two years earlier played Teddy Duncan's awkward sad-sack friend Vonnie on "Good Luck Charlie.
What with Kidabaloo this Saturday, it only makes sense for you to familiarize yourself will all things Farkle! Or maybe you don't, because you're still wrapping your head around the fact that Boy Meets World has last aired sixteen years ago. I know, right!? So here is a crash course that can clue you in to what your kids probably know already because let's face it: you're a parent now and keeping up with pop culture is near impossible these days. You've got lunches to pack and laundry to sort.
It went on for three epic seasons before concluding in January 20, Watching Riley, Maya, Lucas, Farkle and their whole BFF squad take on the world together was nothing short of magical, and everyone was so sad to see it go. But there is a bright side — although the show is over, the stars of the show are constantly up to new things that fans can get excited about! Love J?
Farkle Minkus is a main character in Girl Meets World. Farkle exhibits personality traits of both his parents. Much like Stuart, he is a genius and a nerd; and like Jennifer, he is confident and masterful. Farkle is attached to and protective of both Riley and Maya, and used to say that he loved them equally until he became the boyfriend of his former academic rival, Isadora Smackle.SEE VIDEO BY TOPIC: Sad farkle scenes
Currently, Fogelmanis — who stars in the new film Mostly Ghostly: One Night in Doom House , out today September 6 via DVD, Digital HD, On Demand, and Netflix — focuses on architecture and nature, but he says he would like to delve into portraits soon because they allow for more creativity and spontaneity with the subject. In fact, Fogelmanis is toying with the idea of minoring in photography. For Fogelmanis, Broadway is calling, as plays have remained an important part of his life going back to his start in community theater. It was his first professional theater credit, and as a fan of show tunes from Pippin and Into the Woods , he hopes to do more in the coming years. Each of his photos is an authentic Polaroid, which he takes on his camera and scans to Instagram.
Girl Meets World
The series centers around the life of a young teen girl, Riley Matthews, and her friends and family, particularly their school life, in which her father 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. The series follows their daughter, Riley Matthews, and her best friend, Maya Hart, as they navigate the challenges of life and school. In November , it was reported that Disney Channel was in the early stages of development of a follow-up series titled Girl Meets World , which would center on Cory and Topanga's year-old daughter Riley. The original idea for the series was developed by Corey Marsh, an executive director at Disney Channel , who approached Michael Jacobs, co-creator of Boy Meets World , to produce a similar series for a new generation of children as executive producer and showrunner. Auditions began in mid-November for the lead roles of Riley Matthews, the daughter of Cory and Topanga, Maya, a witty friend of Riley's who has a troubled past, and Elliot, Riley's older brother. Ward said, "I can't really share any show info, but it would be fun if the old gang got back together again!
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