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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. In her bedroom, Riley Matthews and her best friend, Maya Hart, try to sneak out her window to ride the subway, but are stopped by Riley's parents, Cory and Topanga Matthews.

Cory and Topanga give them the permission to ride the subway, but only if they make the world theirs, instead of their parents. On the subway, they meet a handsome boy named Lucas Friar, whom Riley immediately develops a crush on. In history class, Cory assigns the class to write an essay on something they would fight for. Riley and Maya decide to fight for no homework, which leads to accidentally setting off a fire alarm sprinkler.

Riley winds up choosing to fight for friendship instead, and Cory and Topanga understand Riley is growing up and they need to be there for her. Special guest star : William Daniels as Mr. When Cory's plan to get his students to communicate face-to-face fails, he takes away their cell phones and assigns the class to prepare a discussion about whether technology has made people better.

The whole class has trouble communicating, except for Maya, who is the only one in the class without a smartphone. The group goes to the library to do their research, where Riley and Lucas connect by talking about their interests and Maya discovers that she is a talented artist when given just a pencil and paper.

When Riley tells Cory about her conversation with Lucas, he desperately tries to keep them apart and attempts to do so by returning their phones, once he realizes it was he who prompted these emotions into Riley. Cory gives Maya a smartphone, and says to use it to communicate to him if anything beautiful happens in Riley's life.

Cory also buys Maya an art kit, so she can express herself the way she wants to in life. Riley becomes jealous when a girl named Missy Bradford starts flirting with Lucas. Consequently, she enlists the help of Maya and Farkle to help her learn to grow up, in hopes that it will make her competition for Missy. After many failed attempts of flirting, Riley discovers that she should enjoy her own age and not hurry to grow up.

Meanwhile, Auggie starts acting grown up to impress a girl down the hall named Ava, but Cory and Topanga are not ready for him to grow up yet. Riley tells Auggie that he should enjoy his age and not hurry to grow up either. Cory struggles with his emotions when Riley wants to attend her first school dance instead of continuing the tradition of the two of them riding the Coney Island Cyclone roller coaster, which they have done every year since Riley was young.

Making matters worse, Cory agonizes over Maya's quitting school after he gives her an F on a quiz. When both girls tell him there is nothing more he can teach them, Cory feels he has lost them, though Topanga assures him that his intentions are good, and he will never give up on those he cares about. He asks Maya to sit down and talk, and shows her that she actually knew all of the answers on the quiz.

Cory advises Maya to have confidence in herself, and that she does not need to act as if she does not care. Cory then chaperones the school dance and for the last dance, he chooses to do a father-daughter dance with both Riley and Maya.

After Riley lies to Farkle that he did a good job in the school play of Romeo and Juliet , Maya tells her that she needs to learn to tell the truth, even if it means hurting others. Soon after, Maya begins wearing a gold locket. When Maya refuses to tell Riley the truth about where it came from, Riley assumes she stole it, which leads to Maya feeling hurt. After Riley finally tells Farkle he was bad in the school play, he thanks her with an unwanted kiss.

Soon after, Lucas comes in and tells Riley that Farkle did not steal his first kiss moment with Riley, because his moment will come. Maya admits that she took the locket from a lost and found, and returns the locket to the little girl to whom it belonged. Meanwhile, Topanga antagonizes Cory after he insults her cooking. Riley gets invited to her first boy-girl party, and expects this to be her ticket to popularity, only to find that it is a "geek party".

When Riley realizes that she is adored by the nerds, she decides to become their "queen". By doing so, she reinvents herself to make her something that she is not, only to be popular. Meanwhile, Topanga is knowingly on the wrong side of a case, and channels her inner-former self for motivation to do the right thing.

Special guest star : Cloris Leachman as Mrs. Riley and Maya's art teacher, Ms. Kossal, comments on Maya's art work and suggests she show it at the upcoming art fair. On career day, Stuart Minkus, Farkle's father, visits their school and a battle ensues between him and Topanga. Maya's mother, Katy Hart, fails to show up until the next day to Maya's embarrassment, and reveals she is a waitress but aspires to become an actress.

When Riley suggests that Katy attend the art fair to see her daughter's art work, Katy fails to appear again. Riley learns that Katy is afraid of embarrassing Maya; in response, Katy gives Riley a tuna melt from the diner because she knows Riley will give it to Maya, because it is her favorite. Isadora Smackle, a debate champion from a rival school, seeks the affection of her nemesis, Farkle, but he does not share in that feeling.

Smackle turns to Riley and Maya to make her beautiful, but Farkle thinks the makeover is an attempt to get an edge on the upcoming debate on beauty. Even with Lucas joining the debate team to help him out, Farkle soon realizes from Smackle how wrong it is to assume. Smackle quickly realizes that Farkle loves Riley and Maya for who they are and not because they are beautiful. Cory's teaching about the s fails to inspire Riley, Maya, Lucas and Farkle, so he assigns his class a project to research their ancestors of the time.

Riley finds out about her great-grandmother Rosie McGee who kept a journal and always saw good in other people. Lucas discovers his great-grandfather Merlin Scoggins was a country singer. He discovers that his grandfather photographed Rosie, Merlin, and a blonde named May Clutterbucket, a young woman whom Maya reluctantly reveals she is related to, because May gave up on things. The four realize they had ancestors who all met that one afternoon, and what they learn about their s counterparts resparks their interest in history.

When recording in her journal that May intends to travel to Topanga Canyon , Rosie opines that it is a nice name for something one loves; implying that, 20 years later, Rhiannon named her daughter Topanga as a result of Rosie's encounter with May.

Cory splits the class up into two fake companies. The two companies run on completely different principles, one on customer happiness and one on profits. Riley and Maya meet a businesswoman on the subway, who they first assume is a crazy lady, but when she visits them in class, they discover that she has a building named after her.

The girls then make a real company, and learn that helping people is better than profits. On Halloween, everyone must confront their greatest fears.

Farkle must play baseball in gym class despite being terrified of the ball. Riley goes to a sleepover at Maya's house despite Maya constantly pointing out that Riley has never stayed for a full night before. Meanwhile, Auggie confronts the monster under his bed. In the end, they all realize that what they are afraid of may not be so frightening after all. In an effort to teach his students to remember "the forgotten", Cory assigns Riley, Maya, Lucas and Farkle their school service elective when they show a lack of respect for lunch norms.

The girls are assigned cafeteria duty and work with Geralyn Thompson, the cafeteria director, while the boys receive janitorial duty and work with janitor Harley Keiner. The four friends quickly learn that these jobs are less than glamorous, and those who do the work every day are not appreciated. After a week of experiencing these jobs, the four become more appreciative.

Riley realizes this lesson about the forgotten also extends to home, and thanks her parents for caring for her and Auggie. Graduation and Awards Night is coming up, and Riley is shocked that she has not been nominated for any awards while her friends have.

When Farkle is not present to receive his award, everyone becomes concerned because he never misses class. Suspecting that Farkle is skipping class, Riley, Maya, and Lucas learn that Farkle is being bullied by another student named Billy Ross.

To help Farkle, Riley comes up with the idea to have everyone write a label on their forehead, describing their "flaw", and Billy is the only one without a label. After the group confronts Billy over his flaw, he allows Farkle to imprint his label and apologizes to him. The group learns that everybody has something that makes them unique, and these qualities should be respected.

Cory teaches about government as the election for seventh-grade student council nears. Farkle, Riley and Lucas decide to run, but under different forms of government: Farkle as a dictator, Riley as a princess, and Lucas as a president. Soon, their friendship is put to the test when Maya begins revealing secrets from Lucas' private life, including that Lucas misses his previous home in Texas.

Riley strongly disagrees with Maya's intentions, and in the end, before the election result is announced, Riley and Maya show a video featuring two of Lucas' friends from Texas, to emphasize the importance of their friendship.

Meanwhile, Auggie's difficulty sleeping worries Topanga. They quickly realize that he is not sleeping because he wants both of his parents to be there to tuck him in at night, but they both work. On Cory and Topanga's 15th anniversary, Auggie needs a babysitter so his parents can have a date night. Meanwhile, Riley is encouraged by Maya to rebel against her parents so they treat her more like an adult.

When Riley comes home and says she wants a later curfew, and should be treated more like an adult, Auggie suggests that Riley could babysit him.

When Cory and Topanga are unable to get on the subway, they decide to return home to spy on the kids. Cory and Topanga sneak into the apartment and watch to see if Riley can make it up to Auggie.

Special guest star : Herbie Hancock as himself. Cory's parents, his teenage brother Joshua, and his best friend Shawn Hunter visit for Christmas. Topanga tries to make the perfect holiday dinner to satisfy the guests, especially her mother-in-law. Maya develops a crush on Joshua, while Riley wants to know why Shawn avoids her every time he visits. He admits that after she was born, he felt left behind because his best friend started a family, so he decided to leave New York City.

Riley later has Shawn discuss his feelings with her father, and Cory encourages Shawn to find someone and "begin" his life. Riley then puts Shawn and Maya together to figure out their life problems, causing Shawn and Maya to realize how much they are like each other. Riley's friends-first attitude gets her into deep trouble, when she invites Maya, Lucas and Farkle to the occasion. Ava eventually shows up as well and takes part in the game with Auggie.

Cory stresses the importance of family with the game night, but is agitated over the four extra guests. Maya, on the other hand, is delighted over Josh being there; he decides to emcee the game after she gets too close.

As the game progresses, it becomes evident how the friends interfere. Later, Riley has a chance to win, but realizing from Maya the value of simply playing with her family, she decides to go with the longer version of the game, where even the friends prove to be valuable in getting through it.

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Originally posted by hoodbum. The cop is angry again and well has a go at doy, before this to topanga the cop says that according to the candy store owner doy is public enemy 1, finally after talking a bit topanga thanks james for doing his work and enforcing the law, james nods and takes doy to his parents for them to pay the reimbursement, he turns to the audience and says the system works. Later on after helping maya, he does it again saying the system works. And man does it work. Again emphasising that the time the tot had talked about is approaching.

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.

The series concludes with Topanga seeking out the advice of her friends, teachers and family to help make a life-changing decision about whether or not to pursue a job opportunity in London. With Riley's 16th birthday approaching, the kids contemplate the future and how rapidly their relationships will change over the next few years. It's Christmas time and Riley is excited to celebrate her favorite holiday, but for Maya the holidays only bring back unhappy memories from her childhood. Auggie narrates a scary Halloween story about what the world would be like if Maya and Riley had never met. Riley's childhood teddy bear, Barry the Bear, goes missing and she enlists the help of her family to find it.

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The accent was really random. Lucas was never made to be goofy, as Sean said, and that's yet another bit of proof of how underdeveloped he was in Season 1. I read that Riley laughing hard was Rowan breaking character because of how bad Peyton's accent was. Regardless, I liked it--everyone's laughing and not crying overdramatically. Will continue later. I liked it if ONLY because this is one of the few instances where the group isn't navel-gazing and just having ridiculous, stupid fun like teenagers should be. A couple people suggested that it was a line meant for Zay, who wound up not being in this episode, but it reminded me of "Rileytown," with Foreign Accent Riley. I read a post on Tumblr from someone who said they are were at the live taping of the episode: they said that the scene had all the kids doing accents for what reason, I do't know , but when they got to Peyton, his was so bad, the rest of the kids Corey, Rowan, and Sabrina all broke character and laughed.

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After people questioning who Maya is, whether she is copying Riley and if she lost herself, she finally gets some real solid ground on who she is. All thanks to seeing some old friends and realizing how life would have been without Riley.

It aired on July 15, to 1. Preparing for school, Riley sits in the bay window brushing her hair and cheerfully singing about it when Maya, now somewhat back to her old self, climbs through the window to pick her up. Maya is anxious to get to school, which naturally surprises Riley.

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Pin on George Loccisano girl meets world hairstyles Cute. Description: Riley wakes to find her childhood teddy bear, Barry the Bear, missing and enlists the help of her family and friends to find him. Riley Maya Smackle. Riley's blue tee and pinstriped overalls on Girl Meets World..

This week on Girl Meets World , Maya wants to celebrates being the real Maya again by wreaking havoc at their high school. Riley asks if she still likes Lucas, but Maya no longer knows what she likes. They all look to Maya, who denies any involvement. The volcano in question was Mount Vesuvius, the demise of Pompeii. The volcano in metaphorical question is Maya, who is ditching school. A Sketchy Park: Maya lays out a brick, a hammer, and several cans of spray paint.

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Riley and Maya are now freshmen in high school and learn what it is like to no longer be "kings" of the school. Ava confides in Auggie when her parents are fighting. As the group continues to adjust to the rigors of high school, some decide to join sports teams while others participate in academic clubs. Cory and Topanga struggle with Auggie's internet usage. After receiving a bad grade, Riley realizes high school scores count toward her permanent record! Lucas and Farkle adjust to the new obstacles of high school. Maya's identity crisis kicks into full gear when her art teacher makes her realize her friendship with Riley may be affecting her artist's voice.

A page for describing HoYay: Girl Meets World. This is lampshaded by Maya and Topanga during "Girl Meets Home for the Holidays." Just Riley and Maya, full stop. In one episode, Auggie amusingly remarks that Riley and Maya will get There's that part in "Girl Meets True Maya" where Maya is at the park (a park.

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