What can we say about Cory Matthews? We were there for all of Mr. Matthew's biggest moments in life: His first kiss, his first fight, the first time he drank beer, the list goes on and on. Although Cory started off the series as an energetic, sport-loving C-student, fans grew up with Cory and watched him become a loyal man with a kind heart.
If you have been missing Cory just as much as we have, then you should be excited to know that Ben...
It’s been an unfathomable 20 years since Cory Matthews first met Topanga Lawrence and ’90s kids fell in love with a simple teen comedy. Two decades later, why are we still so obsessed with ‘Boy Meets World’?
Mention Boy Meets World to a certain set of people and watch an almost unmanageable swell of joy light up their eyes.
These are the people who not only remember what a Tamagotchi is, but also are still haunted by the time they neglected to feed it while they were at the mall and the poor digital creature died. These are the people who remember what...
Well this is just a theory, but you know that boring life lesson or lessons called morals. Well each episode of "Boy Meets World" has one, but instead of a teacher/parent/etc. nagging at us or drilling it in our head to the point where we don't see the point or we don't care. "Boy Meets World" adds humor, drama and excitement to life lessons. I don't think it matters if you are a boy or a girl, you probably have watched one epi. and said " Gosh I went through the same thing, that's so weird this is tv and not even a reality show." And we probably all have a Character that we love, relate to,...
I love the sitcom Boy Meets World, its characters, jokes, and sometimes quite wacky storylines. I do have to note, however, that its moral messages can be a bit immoral by my standards. One example is the sexism in the first season episode “On the Fence”, about 11-year-old Cory coming to appreciate the work his father, Alan, does to take care of the family. While a nice sentiment, it blatantly ignores the equal work put in by his mother, Amy, whose contributions are accepted as the default of housewives and therefore not as special as the breadwinning father.
I loved BMW and i love GMW but i feel that something is not right when the old meets new, like the holiday episode of season 1, i don't think that cory's mother would hate topanga like that?
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