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There are so many episodes that I love and still reference to this day, so how did I narrow it down to just five? It came down to this: And this is what I found in chronological order: Season 1, Episode 4: Plus, this was back in the days of Weird Topanga. The one where she draws on her face with lipstick.
Shawn mentions a sister, Stacy, in this episode. I know we never meet Stacy, but is she ever even mentioned again? Aka one of my all time favorite Disney Channel original movies. Brown and Joey the Rat Mr.
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Blue are two of my favorite characters from BMW. And nothing is better than dumb Eric. Seriously, his character went from cool big brother to total idiot in just a couple seasons.
And I love it. When Eli and Mr. Is it because I love Halloween so much? Is it because I will forever have a crush on Jack Hunter? Or the awesome mash-up of The Breakfast Club and Scream that is this episode?
So many good episodes, but this one is a classic. Eric shows this toward Cory intermittently. Cory shows this in the series finale, when it comes to Joshua. Mr Turner serves as one to Shawn. In "Cult Fiction," incidentally the last appearance of Mr Turner, Topanga outright states that they're like brothers.
Eric and Mister Turner pull this off every now and then. Shawn does this in "Ressurection" where his return signals the resoloution of the storyline's conflict.
Big, Thin, Short Trio: The trio of bullies: Frankie is big, Harley is thin, and Joey is short. In the episode where Cory and Topanga babysit a kid, the writers deliver a really big Take That! ABC took notice and changed the timeslot back not long after this. At least let me watch my favorite show. It's on right now! It used to be on at 8: Wait a minute, they moved that show to 9: Well was it doing badly at 8: Well why didn't they leave it alone?
They're trying to kill it! Those are bad bad people. In the episode "Chick Like Me", Shawn dresses up as girl to learn about dating from the female perspective.
The very first lines of the very first episode are Cory and Mr. Feeny greeting each other at the beginning of another school day. The very last lines of the very last episode are Cory and Mr. Feeny saying their final goodbyes and leaving the school for the last time. Parodied in one episode when Eric decides he wants to be a detective on TV and comes up with his own theme song: When a crime breaks out, all the cute girls shout, Get the When there's a crime out there, he's gonna Comb his hair, cause he's the For one example, see Title Drop.
At the end of the episode "They're Killing Us", Cory and Topanga directly invite the viewers to their wedding. Season 4 Episode Season 1 focused more on the Matthew's Family.
As the series moved on, it focused primarily on Cory's social circle, primary Shawn and Topanga. Topanga's success in particular was a surprise to everyone. She originally was created as a fairly generic granola girl character with a funny name, not intended to last beyond the typical "the main character dates a funny weird girl" storyline she had been created for.
But her chemistry with Cory was so natural that she stayed on and ended up being Cory's one true love. In those eight episode the show dealt with themes such as death, grief, finding oneself, parental abandonment, parental responsibility, and premature birth.
Feeny win over Dean Bolander. Cory acts like a groomzilla just before his wedding to Topanga. Though mostly towards beleaguered best man Shawn, who's having problems of his own with the whole thing. It turns out he's only doing it because he doesn't want to talk with Shawn about how their friendship is going to have to change once Cory's married. Eric; who has Rain Man-like counting skills, is able to manipulate many scenarios to his own advantage, gives Cory and his other friends sage, reasonable advice, and has Mr.
Feeny constantly going on about his "true potential. Although the major story holds together week to week, many things tend to be forgotten from episode to episode. There are at least two explanations of Eric and Cory's hair styles one episode says Cory's hair is curly because of a Blonde Babysitter curling it on new years eve, stating the norm is like Eric's, and a few episodes later, Eric's straight hair is attributed to taking a ride in the dryer in the 5th grade, stating that the norm is like Cory's.
Other variations include the embarrassing first name of Vader being Leslie or Francis. Don't even get started on the various relations that pop in and out of existence.
In the case of Eric's hair vs. Cory's hair, considering Alan, Amy and Eric all have wavy, sandy hair and only Cory has the black curls, one would have to assume Eric's is the norm. They only get to enjoy their success for a few minutes before Shawn accidentally gives away their location on air and Feeny busts them.
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From Eric's one-man play: Harley and his two goons, Frankie and Joey. All of whom are strangely eloquent. Strangely, Joey is the only one that's not eloquent. Strange because he's sort of the weasel-y trickster-y one that is usually the smartest in any given gang whereas guys like Harley are usually lunkheads and guys like Frankie are usually monosyllabic.
The Bus Came Back: The bullies' leader, Harley, was sent to military school near the end of the second season and almost immediately wound up being replaced by Griff Hawkins. Harley returns for one third season episode which pits him against Griff after which neither are seen again.
Minkus makes a return in the Season 4 finale, as the group graduates from John Adams High. We were very careful! Did you use a Was she on the Well, did you try the I'm not sure we even had sex!
Can't Get Away with Nuthin': This occurs in most episodes, but it gets played with a few times: To his relief, Mr.
Feeny catches him and Shawn soon after the aforementioned revelation. Even then he lets them off scott-free, though he takes the money Shawn made. Exaggerated in the episode "Wheels": Cory gets pulled over by the police for going 1 mph over the speed limit in a country road speed trap. On his first day with a driver's license. Look at me I'm breaking the law! Actually averted in "The War": Rachel goes to Mr. Feeny refuses to punish them because there isn't a rule against parking a car in a dorm room and he finds the prank to be hilariouswhilst also being more interested in how they pulled it off.
In a rather extreme example, all the main characters go to the fictional Pennbrook University in Philadelphia. Eric is the first to go there in season five and Cory, Shawn, Topanga, and Angela join him there in season six. Nevermind the fact that it's highly unlikely super-genius Topanga and barely-managed-to-graduate Shawn would end up at the same college.
Feeny, after finding out retirement wasn't for him, takes a teaching position there and continues to be their only teacher. It is actually makes a touch more sense in context. Topanga was planning on going to Yale until she and Cory got engaged, and Cory and Shawn had a long-standing deal to attend the same college and when Shawn wasn't initially accepted to Pennbrook he manipulated events to get him to attend. The much maligned episode where Rachel kicks Eric and Jack out of their apartment is a reference to when the duo do the same exact thing to Shawn when Rachel moved in.
In "Cory's Alternative Friends" the episode that introduced TopangaCory recites a poem of Topanga's while she performs an interpretative dance and draws on her face with lipstick. In "Resurrection", Topanga draws a heart on her face to assure Cory that, regardless of her becoming more grounded since they met, she is still the same Topanga that he fell in love with. Calling the Old Man Out: In "Raging Cory," both Cory and Eric wind up doing this to Alan as well as accidentally pushing him over.
Cory is miffed that Alan never does any sport or buddy activities with him, while Eric later gets annoyed that Alan never has meaningful conversations with him about life, philosophy, art, etc. Alan realizes that he was only giving each half of what they needed from a father. Eric hurts himself this way. Cory did the same in an episode when he joined the wrestling team.
In the same episode the members of the wrestling team as well as their girlfriends play this straight. In the Alternate Reality Episode in which the main characters are soldiers fighting in WWII, Cory plays the harmonica because he's stuck fighting in Europe and is separated from Topanga.
You really miss her, don't you? The episode "State of the Unions" pulls a two-fer: Feeny and Dean Bolander, teachers at Pennbrook University, who are older people entering into a late-life marriage, are played by real-life husband-and-wife William Daniels and Bonnie Bartlett; they were married in their twenties, shortly after graduating from Northwestern University, and had been married for nearly 50 years by the time of the episode.
Topanga's parents, who have been together for many years and whose marriage is now on the rocks, were played by then-newlyweds Michael McKean and Annette O'Toole.
As of this writing, the two remain married in Real Lifethough their characters after a change in casting divorced in the following season. Cory does this several times in "The Psychotic Episode". Catholic School Girls Rule: In "Train of Fools", Shawn gets excited when he finds on the subway a group of Catholic schoolgirls who "ditched their nun" and yes, they were wearing the uniform.
Later, he gets even more excited when he meets up with a pair of twins from that group. When the dean of the fictional Pennbrook College asks who their famous alums are, the two scramble for names and come up with "Bernie Kopell and Ted Lange" of The Love Boat fame.
Jack is somehow actually able to get Bernie Kopell and Ted Lange to appear at a fraternity party presumably because his father has connectionsbut they still fail to impress the dean.
The show ends up becoming more serious with each season, which finally climaxes with the death of a recurring character. However, the show never lost the aforementioned Lampshade Hanging and fourth-wall breaching. In particular it surrounded Shawn and his wildly dysfunctional life. Early seasons his life in a trailer park was played for laughs, with him mentioning shoot-outs and drug busts as regular overnight activities.
Then his mom ran away taking the house with her and his dad went off to track her down, leaving Shawn with the Matthews. While Shawn was welcome there, living with a loving family didn't help his emotional state knowing his family is so messed up so Mr.
Turner took him in as his legal guardian. Feeny does this to reveal that he is Cory's new principal when Cory gets sent the principal's office on his first day of high school. Just about every major character who wasn't Shawn or Mr. Cory starts off as a Unlucky Every Dudebut the end of the series he's a overly neurotic, Camp Straight.
Eric Took a Level in Dumbass. In "What I Meant to Say", Shawn stops Cory from giving Topanga flowers by snatching them from him and handing them to a jock who happens to walk by in the school hallway. It's a brief gag that isn't given much attention. They look up and see that same jock standing in the doorway holding the flowers and watching them, who then throws the flowers on the floor and walks away in anger.
In season 7 when he became a full-on Cloudcuckoolander he did this almost every episode. Topanga's older sister Nebula. Morgan disappeared for the first half of season three but returned mid-way through the season played by a new actress and her disappearance was lampshaded when she says "That was the longest time out I've ever had!
Similarly, Minkus disappeared after season one but made a return appearance in the last episode of season five and lampshaded his disappearance by saying that he'd been on the other side of the school the whole time. He was briefly replaced with a character named Meese, though Meese gets less focus than Minkus did and ultimately gets chucked himself by the end of season 2 In that same scene they also lampshade the disappearance of Mr.
Turner, who disappeared at the end of season four, when Minkus waves to him offscreen. Turner's best friend and third season co-star Eli Williams disappears after the third season without being mentioned again.
Speaking of best friends Erics Best friend Jason Marsden Vanishes after season 2 Shawn loses two siblings over the course of the series.
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He has an older sister named Stacy in the first season, never mentioned after, and we meet his half-brother Eddie in Season 3 and he's never mentioned again. Although, in the case of Eddie, they're so estranged it's understandable Shawn may never encounter him again Rider Strong revealed that the Stacy character was originally supposed to be the sister to another friend of Cory's. However, at the last minute the friend was cut from the script and their lines were given to Shawn.
The GMW writers, who are active on Twitter, mentioned they consider Eddie still canonical, he just is Virna's son, which explains why he'd be a smaller part of Shawn's life and eventually not part of it at all. In the ante-penultimate episode "Angela's Ashes," Angela leaves with her father who has been stationed in Europe for a year. However, in the two-part series finale which immediately follows this episode, everyone acts either as if Angela was never a part of their lives, or her departure wasn't that big of a deal.
This is especially manifest in Shawn, who seems to be emotionally stable in the finale. Normally, when even the slightest negative thing has happened to him, he goes into emo mode.
Shawn's first real girlfriend Dana vanishes without a trace after two episodes in season 3. She resurfaces in Season 5 before being Put on a Bus Cliffhanger: