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Boy Meets World




calicow

Reviews: 23
A great show about a group of friends.Rating: 2 likes, 0 dislikes
What can I say about Boy Meets World? Well, off the top of my head, I have to say that it is definitely one of my favorite comedies that dealt with a group of friends going through their teenage years, being advised by their loveable teacher, Mr. Feeny.

To start off, one thing that really enjoyed about the show was the interaction and enduring friendships that Cory had with Shawn, Topanga, Mr. Feeny, their other friends and also with Eric. It was that friendship they shared that made their occasional misadventures pretty funny. It also helped them deal with the outcomes if it turned out bad.

Another thing that I enjoyed about the show was Feeny's interaction with the Matthews' boys, Shawn, and their friends when they arrived at college. How he was always willing to help the young adults out of a bind, even when he was in the middle of something important, showed how much he cared for them. Mr. Feeny seemed like the kind of teacher that everybody wish they could have at their school, to help guide them through tough decisions.

In addition to enjoying the teaching methods of Mr. Feeny, I also enjoyed the earlier seasons when Mr. Turner was Shawn and Cory's teacher, because not only did he occasionally give good advice to his students, he always talked to them like he would want to be talked to.

However, there were a few things about the show that I didn't like that much, but still got a kick out of: the way that Eric was constantly idiotic, and how Cory would always over react to various events surrounding him. At least Eric would always try to enlighten himself, but there were times where you couldn't help but think how someone could be like him, and with Cory, at least in the later seasons Topanga was his voice of reason, proving they were perfect for each other.

In all, I absolutely love watching Boy Meets World, even now that the show has been off the air for several years; it is still great in repeats.

Review posted on Monday, August 20th 2007 at 8:57 pm

PoseidonAlly

Reviews: 1
A Great Show to RememberRating: 0 likes, 1 dislikes
I grew up watching this show and I must say that this is one the best product of the 90’s! Ben, Topanga and Jack are my all fave characters from the show! What I love about this show is the plot is about everything from a the perspective in life, from children to adolescence and up to the adult period. The show deals with a lot of the things that teenagers go through, while making it still entertaining to watch. The relationships and problems between family and friends and also partners in life. There’s always a progress on each episodes and it gets very exciting as time goes by. I miss this show that’s why I grabbed a DVD copy at I saw it being sold at http://www.dvdbooth.com/Comedy/BOY_MEETS_WORLD_DVD_COLLECTION . I was happy when I bought the DVD set from this company because I got good quality DVDs. Now, I can re-watch this show on our DVD player without catching the re-runs anymore!! For those who haven’t watch this show you, you should because you won’t regret it! I can compare this show to the mini-version of Friends, which has the wonderful story of life and you dealt with it.

Review posted on Saturday, July 6th 2013 at 2:40 am



Warning: Boy Meets World guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Scripted
Genre: Comedy | Drama
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: ABC ( USA)
Airs: Fridays at 08:30 pm
Runtime: 30 Minutes
Premiere: September 24, 1993
Ended: May 05, 2000
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