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Hamilton Beach – 12-Cup Deep Fryer – Stainless-Steel for $44.99


Best Buy is offering Hamilton Beach – 12-Cup Deep Fryer – Stainless-Steel with UPC: 040094350339 for $44.99

The original price is: $49.99
The Deal Price is: $44.99

With a 12-cup oil capacity and an 8-cup food capacity, this Hamilton Beach 35033 deep fryer lets you cook enough food to accommodate your guests. The immersed heating element ensures quick frying, and the digital timer alerts you when your food is ready.

Dragon Dictate for Mac Version 4 – Mac for $129.99


Best Buy is offering Dragon Dictate for Mac Version 4 – Mac with UPC: 780420128118 for $129.99

The original price is: $199.99
The Deal Price is: $129.99

Do you ever find yourself wishing that your fingers typed as fast as your thoughts? Have you ever become frustrated by the amount of time you waste in front of the computer screen, transcribing a lecture, interview or notes? Step away from the keyboard, sit back and watch Dragon Dictate do the work for you. Whether you’re a writer or blogger, constantly creating content on the move, a student or professor with copious notes and lectures, a claims adjustor or law enforcement officer making on-scene reports or just a slow typist who is sick of waiting for your hands to catch up to your train of thought, you can lighten your work load, reduce your time spent at the computer and get on with the next item on your list with help from this software. Dragon Dictate utilizes innovative speech recognition technology to take the hassle out of transcribing, creating documents, writing e-mails and more, so you can record your notes on the go and switch them to text later. It’s time to free yourself from the limitations of the keyboard. Dragon’s incredibly accurate speech recognition technology not only allows you to use your voice to create and edit documents in Apple® Pages 4.3, compose and manage e-mail in Gmail, surf and search the Web and update your Facebook and Twitter statuses, but also allows you to completely transcribe voice audio files from podcasts, lectures, interviews and more. Make recordings of your notes on your cell phone or voice recorder and let Dragon Dictate type up a full report for you with support for MP3, AIF, AIFF, WAV, MP4, M4A and M4V file formats. The expanded profile capability lets you incorporate multiple transcription files, plus personal dictations, into the same project, while Smart Format Rules automatically adapt to your preferred abbreviations, numbers and more. To continue simplifying the process, Dragon Dictate lets you create custom word lists and macros for frequently used text and features 64-bit application and improved memory management capabilities to streamline content creation and editing. Harness the true power of speech with the innovative tools provided by this software.

Targus – T-1211 Slim Laptop Case – Black for $39.99


Best Buy is offering Targus – T-1211 Slim Laptop Case – Black with UPC: 092636298661 for $39.99

The original price is: $51.49
The Deal Price is: $39.99

Easily carry your belongings on the go in this Targus T-1211 TST595US slim laptop case that accommodates laptops with up to 15.6″ display and features padded shoulder straps to ensure lasting comfort. The weather hood flap helps cover your device.

Speck – Candyshell Inked Case for Samsung Galaxy S 5 Cell Phones – Red/Blue for $34.99


Best Buy is offering Speck – Candyshell Inked Case for Samsung Galaxy S 5 Cell Phones – Red/Blue with UPC: 848709014689 for $34.99

The original price is: $39.99
The Deal Price is: $34.99

Safeguard your Samsung Galaxy S 5 cell phone from damage, scratches and scuffs with this Speck Candyshell Inked SPK-A3306 case that features a dual-layer design made from polycarbonate and TPE materials that work to keep your phone looking like new.

Movie Edit Pro 2015 – Windows for $34.99


Best Buy is offering Movie Edit Pro 2015 – Windows with UPC: 639191775178 for $34.99

The original price is: $49.99
The Deal Price is: $34.99

You’ve just come home from a long day of shooting, and you are eager to splice and change your footage into an action-filled video that others will love — however, there are so many possibilities and directions you can take your artistic creation. Harness the power to assemble your masterpiece with the help of Movie Edit Pro 2015, which offers a diverse assortment of features and tools, so you can edit like a pro. With a redesigned interface, practical Beginner Mode and genuine 64-bit application, this installment of Movie Edit Pro is ideal for working on the small screens of mobile devices or the large, immersive screens of 4K monitors to suit your editing needs. Thanks to more than 1,000 templates, effects and menus, as well as auto wizards for picture and sound optimization, you can achieve your artistic vision more easily. Frame-precise video editing lets you work on up to 32 tracks simultaneously for versatility. As you improve your editing skill, switch to the Timeline Mode for enhanced editing. Transform your home productions into cinematic masterpieces with Movie Edit Pro 2015.

Crane – Ceramic Tower Heater – White for $39.99


Best Buy is offering Crane – Ceramic Tower Heater – White with UPC: 818767010374 for $39.99

The original price is: $49.99
The Deal Price is: $39.99

Warm up quickly with this Crane EE-7588W ceramic tower heater that features 2 heat settings and 1 fan setting, so you can find an optimal level of comfort. The oscillating function distributes heated air evenly to eliminate cold spots.

Samsung – 55″ Class (54-5/8″ Diag.) – LED – 2160p – Smart – 3D – 4K Ultra HD TV – Silver for $3199.98


Best Buy is offering Samsung – 55″ Class (54-5/8″ Diag.) – LED – 2160p – Smart – 3D – 4K Ultra HD TV – Silver with UPC: 887276674322 for $3199.98

The original price is: $3999.98
The Deal Price is: $3199.98

Samsung UN55HU9000FXZA LED Curved 4K Ultra HD TV: Samsung’s innovative, 4K Ultra HD curved screen creates a panoramic effect that helps the picture feel bigger — and ensures everyone watching has the best seat in the house. Immerse yourself in 4K content at 4x the resolution of Full HD, plus upscale all of your current TV shows and movies in amazing detail. You can also download the newest software and features, so you’ll never get left behind as new 4K TV standards and smart technologies arrive.

Rocketfish™ – 8′ HDMI Digital Audio/Video Cable for PlayStation 3 for $14.99


Best Buy is offering Rocketfish™ – 8′ HDMI Digital Audio/Video Cable for PlayStation 3 with UPC: 600603120008 for $14.99

The original price is: $49.99
The Deal Price is: $14.99

Enjoy the high-definition video of your favorite PlayStation 3 games as they were meant to be enjoyed by connecting your system to your compatible HDTV or home theater system with this HDMI cable. High-purity copper conductors ensure low resistance and high signal integrity, while 95% copper braid and dual-layer 100% aluminum Mylar foil shields resist external interference. Silver soldering and 24k gold plating combine for high-quality signal transfer, and the convenient smooth-fit insertion force allows the cable to fit into place without damage to connectors or devices.

Speck – CandyShell Amped Case for Samsung Galaxy S 5 Cell Phones – Black/Jay Blue for $29.99


Best Buy is offering Speck – CandyShell Amped Case for Samsung Galaxy S 5 Cell Phones – Black/Jay Blue with UPC: 848709011978 for $29.99

The original price is: $44.99
The Deal Price is: $29.99

Only at Best Buy Crank the music on your Samsung Galaxy S 5 cell phone using this Speck CandyShell Amped SPK-A3038 case, which utilizes an amplifying horn that redirects audio from the phone speaker to the side speaker grille for robust sound.

Mavis Beacon Teaches Typing Powered by UltraKey – Mac|Windows for $24.99


Best Buy is offering Mavis Beacon Teaches Typing Powered by UltraKey – Mac|Windows with UPC: 705381356219 for $24.99

The original price is: $29.99
The Deal Price is: $24.99

In an age when we use the computer to do a large variety of tasks, it can be extremely frustrating if your typing isn’t as fast or as accurate as you’d like it to be. Additionally, typing skills are not only useful when you’re using your computer to communicate with friends and family, but can also be a beneficial addition to your resume. It’s a fundamental skill that everyone from children to professionals need to develop. Master the basics of typing quickly and easily with Mavis Beacon Teaches Typing Powered by UltraKey, which utilizes a success-based, educator-designed approach to bring your typing skills to a proficient level in seven easy steps that take just eight hours to complete. A clear path to learning this new skill is laid out before you. Are you ready to take the journey to better typing? By helping you to set personal goals and progress along guided roadmaps, Mavis Beacon Teaches Typing provides a powerful and motivating way to learn typing. Your first step is to choose your personal challenge level for speed and accuracy and the result you hope to achieve by the end of the lessons. Step two uses a virtual reality model to demonstrate good posture habits, along with correct hand and body positioning to get you off on the right foot. Dive into typing activities, introduced by 18 exciting videos, in step three to learn typing technique, finger names, home row position and proper stretch break techniques. Step four breaks down new keys one stage at a time, so that you can systematically develop new keystrokes, blending them into pairs, chains, words and sentences. More than 100 skill checks and typing tests measure your progress in step five, ensuring your advancement. Step six allows you to take timed tests that provide standardized performance results that you can put on a resume. In the seventh step, you’ll be able to contribute your own content to more than 10,000 keystrokes or practice and test materials in order to stay sharp. Now it’s time to celebrate your success in mastering the fundamentals of typing — you’ve reached the end of your journey.

Targus – TANC Laptop Backpack – Black for $59.99


Best Buy is offering Targus – TANC Laptop Backpack – Black with UPC: 092636307943 for $59.99

The original price is: $69.99
The Deal Price is: $59.99

Take essentials on the go with this Targus TANC TSB829 backpack that features a padded drop pocket that holds a laptop with up to a 16″ display and a hidden zippered pocket to accommodate accessories. The weather-resistant bottom safeguards stowed items.

iolo System Mechanic – Windows for $34.99


Best Buy is offering iolo System Mechanic – Windows with UPC: 813279006860 for $34.99

The original price is: $49.99
The Deal Price is: $34.99

Do you remember how you felt when you bought your first PC? Do you remember thinking that it would make your life so much easier? After countless PC problems, from impossibly long start-up times to temperamental Internet connections to complete system shutdowns, you’ve probably learned to keep your expectations low. Get ready to re-experience that new-computer feeling when you revive your tired PC with the diagnostic tools, remedies and performance-optimizing technologies of the latest generation of System Mechanic software. Eliminate the aggravation of crashes, freezes and slowdowns. Speed up data transfers, repair your Internet connection and protect your data from malware. Rely on the power of System Mechanic to automatically find and repair errors and clean out clutter. You don’t need to be an expert to use System Mechanic. With weekly Tune-Up Definition updates, you’ll know that your PC is constantly protected against the latest performance threats and security flaws. Even when you’re not at your computer, the software’s ActiveCare technology closely monitors your system, using only idle power, and automatically corrects problems before they can trip you up. Repair annoying errors, crashes and freezes that occur from everyday PC use. Featuring handy tools like Startup Optimizer, Registry Revitalizer, Program Accelerator and Memory Mechanic, System Mechanic boosts boot-up speeds, improves system response and increases your PC’s performance to keep your PC running like new. Don’t keep the secret to great PC performance to yourself — with the Whole Home Licensing Program, everyone in your household can install System Mechanic at no additional cost, so you don’t have to leave anyone out. You bought your computer to make life easier — isn’t it about time to make that happen?

Viper 4115V1D Remote Start System with Interface Module and Geek Squad® Installation for $189.99


Best Buy is offering Viper 4115V1D Remote Start System with Interface Module and Geek Squad® Installation with UPC: for $189.99

The original price is: $189.99
The Deal Price is: $189.99

You can trust Geek Squad for neat, reliable and professional remote start installation. Purchase your installation online and then let a Geek Squad Autotech install it — done right the first time. Package includes Viper 4115V1D Remote Start System featuring range up to 2000′, Smart Start compatibility, 1-button remote, 66-bit encryption, domelight supervision and Geek Squad professional installation, performed at your local Best Buy store. Note: A materials fee of $5 will be assessed at the time of installation. Other additional charges for vehicle-specific parts and additional labor may apply. These parts typically cost $10-$300 but will vary depending on your specific vehicle and the alarm, remote start and keyless entry system you are having installed. See Geek Squad installation product detail page, or contact your Best Buy store for full details.

Toshiba – Canvio Connect 1TB External USB 3.0/2.0 Portable Hard Drive – Blue for $54.99


Best Buy is offering Toshiba – Canvio Connect 1TB External USB 3.0/2.0 Portable Hard Drive – Blue with UPC: 022265430064 for $54.99

The original price is: $89.99
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With a spacious 1TB capacity, this Toshiba Canvio Connect HDTC710XL3A1 external USB 3.0/2.0 hard drive makes it easy to take your media on the go. Automatic backup helps protect your data, and an internal shock sensor guards the drive against damage.

Sony – PlayStation TV System for $59.99


Best Buy is offering Sony – PlayStation TV System with UPC: 711719051831 for $59.99

The original price is: $79.99
The Deal Price is: $59.99

Introducing PlayStation TV system, a sleek and compact console with a universe of PlayStation games available for stream, download and play. PlayStation TV can be used as a second console in your bedroom for PS4 remote play and streaming PS3 games from PlayStationNow. PlayStation TV is an easy way for gamers of all ages and skill levels to enjoy playing games together.

HP – x3000 Wireless Optical Mouse – Black for $7.99


Best Buy is offering HP – x3000 Wireless Optical Mouse – Black with UPC: 886112723279 for $7.99

The original price is: $24.99
The Deal Price is: $7.99

Navigate with ease using this HP x3000 mouse, which features optical technology for precise accuracy on most surfaces. The 2.4GHz wireless technology lets you work in a comfortable position and helps limit desktop cable clutter.

Dell – Inspiron 15.6″ Touch-Screen Laptop – Intel Core i5 – 6GB Memory – 1TB Hard Drive – Silver for $679.99


Best Buy is offering Dell – Inspiron 15.6″ Touch-Screen Laptop – Intel Core i5 – 6GB Memory – 1TB Hard Drive – Silver with UPC: 884116147893 for $679.99

The original price is: $679.99
The Deal Price is: $679.99

Only at Best Buy Dell Inspiron I7547-3020SLV Laptop: With a 15.6″ Full HD touch screen, this laptop allows you to navigate Web pages and social media, check e-mail and manage other everyday tasks as well as enjoy movies, shows and digital photos in stunning clarity. Learn more about the New Windows

Rocketfish™ Gaming – Vertical Stand for PlayStation 4 for $9.99


Best Buy is offering Rocketfish™ Gaming – Vertical Stand for PlayStation 4 with UPC: 600603161889 for $9.99

The original price is: $19.99
The Deal Price is: $9.99

As a gaming and electronics aficionado, you have your home entertainment setup perfectly positioned to your liking. There’s a place for everything and everything is in its place. So, when you bring your new PlayStation 4 home, you will need to securely store it among your setup without disrupting the flow. Take some of the difficulty out of the equation with this vertical stand. Designed with a custom interlocking mechanism and nonslip feet, the stand allows you to rest assured that your PlayStation 4 is securely in place, while the vertical orientation not only saves space, but allows you to seamlessly integrate the console into your existing setup. Officially licensed and designed for your PS4, the stand will make a valuable addition to your home entertainment collection. Need more information about this product? Access user manuals, quick start guides, warranty information, drivers, firmware, software, remote codes and more. Check it out >

Logitech – Harmony Ultimate Home – White for $299.99


Best Buy is offering Logitech – Harmony Ultimate Home – White with UPC: 097855108753 for $299.99

The original price is: $349.99
The Deal Price is: $299.99

Designed for use with home entertainment and home automation devices, this Logitech Harmony Ultimate Home 915-000250 remote integrates a full-color touch screen, motion sensing and vibration feedback for a seamless, intuitive Harmony control experience.

Dragon NaturallySpeaking 13 Premium – Windows for $129.99


Best Buy is offering Dragon NaturallySpeaking 13 Premium – Windows with UPC: 780420129207 for $129.99

The original price is: $199.99
The Deal Price is: $129.99

How many times have you had a brilliant idea for a business proposal or finally thought of a great response for a work e-mail, only to have your concept evaporate the moment your fingers hit the keys on your computer? With Dragon NaturallySpeaking 13 Premium, you’ll be able to formulate your thoughts and put them into action the way you innately do everyday — by talking. Utilizing powerful voice-recognition technology, this software transforms your speech into text quickly and accurately, and allows you to control and navigate your PC with ease. It’s time to change the way you write with Dragon. With this software, you can turn your speech into text and get your work done up to three times faster than typing. Use Dragon to compose and send e-mail, search the Web, update Facebook or Twitter, save files, switch windows, launch applications, control your PC and more using only spoken words. Stop contending with the hassle of typing and use NaturallySpeaking on many of your everyday Web and Windows applications, such as Microsoft Word, Corel WordPerfect and Microsoft Outlook. You can even use speech to write and send e-mails through Gmail and Yahoo Mail. With greater accuracy than ever before, Dragon can be customized with smart format rules that recognize your commonly used abbreviations, numbers and much more so your document always turns out exactly how you want. Import custom word lists to ensure accurate recognition of commonly used words, acronyms, business-specific phrases and more, and share your lists with friends, family and co-workers. So put on the included noise-canceling headset microphone and get to work. You’re about to accomplish all of your typing without ever touching the keyboard.

Germ Guardian – 3-in-1True HEPA Air Purifier – Gray for $99.99


Best Buy is offering Germ Guardian – 3-in-1True HEPA Air Purifier – Gray with UPC: 895916000851 for $99.99

The original price is: $99.99
The Deal Price is: $99.99

Breathe easy with this Germ Guardian air purifier that features a HEPA filter to help remove irritants such as dust, pet dander and more. The charcoal filter helps capture household odors and a UV-C light works to kill airborne germs and bacteria.

Targus – Strata Laptop Sleeve – Pewter for $24.99


Best Buy is offering Targus – Strata Laptop Sleeve – Pewter with UPC: 092636293192 for $24.99

The original price is: $31.49
The Deal Price is: $24.99

Help keep your laptop with up to a 15.6″ display safe from damage with this Targus Strata TSS63204US sleeve that features polyester material and a smooth interior lining for reliable on-the-go protection. A front zippered pocket holds small accessories.

BOY MEETS WORLD: COMPLETE COLLECTION (22PC) (DVD) for $54.99


Best Buy is offering BOY MEETS WORLD: COMPLETE COLLECTION (22PC) (DVD) with UPC: 031398174721 for $54.99

The original price is: $67.99
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Includes:Boy Meets World: On the Fence (1993)
Boy Meets World: Class Pre-Union (1993)
Boy Meets World: Killer Bees (1993)
Boy Meets World: Boys II Mensa (1993)
Boy Meets World: Grandma Was a Rolling Stone (1993)
Boy Meets World: Teacher’s Bet (1993)
Boy Meets World: Pilot (1993)
Boy Meets World: Santa’s Little Helper (1993)
Boy Meets World: Father Knows Less (1993)
Boy Meets World: Cory’s Alternative Friends (1993)
Boy Meets World: The Father/Son Game (1993)
Boy Meets World: I Dream of Feeny (1994)
Boy Meets World: It’s a Wonderful Night (1994)
Boy Meets World: Turnaround (1994)
Boy Meets World: Sister Theresa (1994)
Boy Meets World: The Play’s the Thing (1994)
Boy Meets World: Fear Strikes Out (1994)
Boy Meets World: Boys Meets Girl (1994)
Boy Meets World: Band on the Run (1994)
Boy Meets World: The Fugitive (1994)
Boy Meets World: The Beard (1994)
Boy Meets World: Back 2 School (1994)
Boy Meets World: Once in Love with Amy (1994)
Boy Meets World: Risky Business (1994)
Boy Meets World: Model Family (1994)
Boy Meets World: Wake Up, Little Cory (1994)
Boy Meets World: Who’s Afraid of Cory Wolf? (1994)
Boy Meets World: The Uninvited (1994)
Boy Meets World: Me and Mr. Joad (1994)
Boy Meets World: The B-Team of Life (1994)
Boy Meets World: She Loves Me, She Loves Not (1994)
Boy Meets World: Notorious (1994)
Boy Meets World: Pairing Off (1994)
Boy Meets World: Kid Gloves (1994)
Boy Meets World: Breaking Up Is Really, Really Hard to Do (1995)
Boy Meets World: Truth and Consequences (1995)
Boy Meets World: On the Air (1995)
Boy Meets World: Wrong Side of the Tracks (1995)
Boy Meets World: He Said, She Said (1995)
Boy Meets World: Home (1995)
Boy Meets World: Rave On (1995)
Boy Meets World: The Last Temptation of Cory (1995)
Boy Meets World: The Thrilla’ in Phila’ (1995)
Boy Meets World: Career Day (1995)
Boy Meets World: Pop Quiz (1995)
Boy Meets World: My Best Friend’s Girl (1995)
Boy Meets World: The Double Lie (1995)
Boy Meets World: What I Meant to Say (1995)
Boy Meets World: Cyrano (1995)
Boy Meets World: Danger Boy (1995)
Boy Meets World: By Hook or By Crook (1995)
Boy Meets World: This Little Piggy (1995)
Boy Meets World: Train of Fools (1995)
Boy Meets World: Hometown Hero (1995)
Boy Meets World: I Am Not a Crook (1995)
Boy Meets World: You Can Go Home Again (1996)
Boy Meets World: Brother-Brother (1996)
Boy Meets World: The Happiest Show on Earth (1996)
Boy Meets World: I Never Sang for My Legal Guardian (1996)
Boy Meets World: I Was a Teenage Spy (1996)
Boy Meets World: Life Lessons (1996)
Boy Meets World: The Pink Flamingo Kid (1996)
Boy Meets World: Stormy Weather (1996)
Boy Meets World: Easy Street (1996)
Boy Meets World: An Affair to Forget (1996)
Boy Meets World: Turkey Day (1996)
Boy Meets World: The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter (1996)
Boy Meets World: A Kiss Is More Than a Kiss (1996)
Boy Meets World: New Friends and Old (1996)
Boy Meets World: The Grass Is Always Greener (1996)
Boy Meets World: City Slackers (1996)
Boy Meets World: Sixteen Candles and Four-Hundred-Pound Men (1996)
Boy Meets World: Dangerous Secret (1996)
Boy Meets World: Singled Out (1996)
Boy Meets World: Janitor Dad (1996)
Boy Meets World: Shallow Boy (1996)
Boy Meets World: Fishing for Virna (1996)
Boy Meets World: I Ain’t Gonna Spray Lettuce No More (1996)
Boy Meets World: Hair Today, Goon Tomorrow (1996)
Boy Meets World: How to Succeed in Business (1997)
Boy Meets World: A Very Topanga Christmas (1997)
Boy Meets World: I Love You, Donna Karan (1997)
Boy Meets World: No Guts, No Cory (1997)
Boy Meets World: Uncle Daddy (1997)
Boy Meets World: The Witches of Pennbrook (1997)
Boy Meets World: It’s Not You…It’s Me (1997)
Boy Meets World: Boy Meets Real World (1997)
Boy Meets World: Brothers (1997)
Boy Meets World: A Long Walk to Pittsburgh, Part 1 (1997)
Boy Meets World: Chick Like Me (1997)
Boy Meets World: Wheels (1997)
Boy Meets World: B&B’s B’n’ B (1997)
Boy Meets World: Fraternity Row (1997)
Boy Meets World: Learning to Fly (1997)
Boy Meets World: Cult Fiction (1997)
Boy Meets World: A Long Walk to Pittsburgh, Part 2 (1997)
Boy Meets World: Security Guy (1997)
Boy Meets World: Quiz Show (1997)
Boy Meets World: Last Tango in Philly (1997)
Boy Meets World: Chasing Angela (1997)
Boy Meets World: Everybody Loves Stuart (1998)
Boy Meets World: You’re Married You’re Dead (1998)
Boy Meets World: Better Than the Average Cory (1998)
Boy Meets World: Hogs and Kisses (1998)
Boy Meets World: And Then There Was Shawn (1998)
Boy Meets World: Starry Night (1998)
Boy Meets World: Honesty Night (1998)
Boy Meets World: His Answer (1998)
Boy Meets World: Her Answer (1998)
Boy Meets World: Ain’t College Great? (1998)
Boy Meets World: Friendly Persuasion (1998)
Boy Meets World: Raging Cory (1998)
Boy Meets World: And in Case I Don’t See Ya (1998)
Boy Meets World: Santa’s Little Helpers (1998)
Boy Meets World: The Eskimo (1998)
Boy Meets World: Heartbreak Cory (1998)
Boy Meets World: First Girlfriends Club (1998)
Boy Meets World: Torn Between Two Lovers (Feeling Like a Fool) (1998)
Boy Meets World: Prom-ises, Prom-ises (1998)
Boy Meets World: If You Can’t Be With the One You Love… (1998)
Boy Meets World: Eric Hollywood (1998)
Boy Meets World: Things Change (1998)
Boy Meets World: Poetic License: An Ode to Holden Caulfield (1998)
Boy Meets World: Graduation (1998)
Boy Meets World: We’ll Have a Good Time Then (1999)
Boy Meets World: My Baby Valentine (1999)
Boy Meets World: Family Trees (1999)
Boy Meets World: Resurrection (1999)
Boy Meets World: Can I Help to Cheer You? (1999)
Boy Meets World: Bee True (1999)
Boy Meets World: The Truth About Honesty (1999)
Boy Meets World: The Psychotic Episode (1999)
Boy Meets World: State of the Unions (1999)
Boy Meets World: Show Me the Love (1999)
Boy Meets World: They’re Killing Us (1999)
Boy Meets World: It’s About Time (1999)
Boy Meets World: The Honeymooners (1999)
Boy Meets World: You Light Up My Union (1999)
Boy Meets World: No Such Thing as a Sure Thing (1999)
Boy Meets World: Angela’s Men (1999)
Boy Meets World: For Love and Apartments (1999)
Boy Meets World: Road Trip (1999)
Boy Meets World: Getting Hitched (1999)
Boy Meets World: Cutting the Cord (1999)
Boy Meets World: Picket Fences (1999)
Boy Meets World: What A Drag! (1999)
Boy Meets World: The Honeymoon Is Over (1999)
Boy Meets World: Brotherly Shove (2000)
Boy Meets World: Seven the Hard Way (2000)
Boy Meets World: She’s Having My Baby Back Ribs (2000)
Boy Meets World: The War (2000)
Boy Meets World: How Cory and Topanga Got Their Groove Back (2000)
Boy Meets World: Brave New World, Part 1 (2000)
Boy Meets World: I’m Gonna Be Like You, Dad (2000)
Boy Meets World: The Provider (2000)
Boy Meets World: As Time Goes By (2000)
Boy Meets World: Angela’s Ashes (2000)
Boy Meets World: Brave New World, Part 2 (2000)

Boy Meets World: On the Fence
Cory (Ben Savage) wants to participate in his classroom’s upcoming water-gun war but doesn’t have a “cool” enough weapon. Teacher Mr. Feeny (William Daniels) offers to give Cory $58 to purchase a fancy water-gun in exchange for painting Feeny’s shutters. Unfortunately, the impatient Cory does a super-sloppy rush job and his dad Alan (William Russ) orders him to redo the shutters from top to bottom–even if it means missing the big war! This episode marks the first appearance of Lee Norris as bookworm Stuart Minkus. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Boy Meets World: Class Pre-Union
Mr. Feeny (William Daniels) stages a mock class reunion (“Welcome Back Class of 2000″) and assigns his students to predict how their adult lives will turn out. When Cory (Ben Savage) announces his plans to become a center fielder, the waspish Feeny gives him a “incomplete” for being unrealistic, a crushing blow for our hero–until he is given a jolt of confidence by real-life major leaguer Jim Abbott). Meanwhile, Morgan (Lily Nicksay) finds herself in deep doo-doo when she trades her mom’s valuable necklace for a cheap imitation. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Boy Meets World: Killer Bees
When he finds out that the winner of an upcoming geography bee will get to be a batboy at the World Series, Cory (Ben Savage) decides to sign up for the competition. In order to prep for this intellectual exercise, Cory changes places with resident “brain” Minkus (Lee Norris), whereupon an amazing metamorphosis transpires: Cory becomes the class nerd, and Minkus actually turns “cool”. Meanwhile, Eric (Will Friedle) is mortified when he attends an Aerosmith concert with his girlfriend, only to see his own parents in the audience! ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Boy Meets World: Boys II Mensa
After cheating on an IQ test, Cory (Ben Savage) is assigned to a special school for brilliant students. Terrified at the prospect, Cory tries to act dumber than usual when the school’s representative Mrs. Bertram (Jane Carr) interviews him, only to be “sabotaged” by his parents Alan (William Russ) and Amy (Betsy Randle). Meanwhile, our hero’s sister Morgan (Lily Nicksay) surprises one and all with her choice of Halloween costume. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Boy Meets World: Grandma Was a Rolling Stone
Rue McClanahan guests as Cory’s freewheeling grandmother Bernice, who breezes into town with all sorts of fantastic plans and promises (including a Cal Ripkinautograph!) for her grandson. In eager anticipation, Cory (Ben Savage) backs out of a fishing trip with dad Alan (William Russ), who invites his son’s buddy Shawn (Rider Strong) along instead. Alas, Grandma blithely reneges on all her promises–and it looks like Cory will never recover from this devastating disillusionment. Meanwhile, Eric (Will Friedle) sets his sights on Mr. Feeny’s gorgeous niece, played by no less than Keri Russell). ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Boy Meets World: Teacher’s Bet
To teach Cory (Ben Savage) a lesson, Mr. Feeny (William Daniels) switches places with the boy in class for a week. If Cory finds teaching as “easy” as he thinks, and if more kids pass an upcoming test than usual, Mr. Feeny will give Cory one-fifth of his salary. But if more kids end up failing the test than usual, Feeny will gain possession of Cory’s precious bike. The outcome of this story, together with a subplot involving Eric’s Asian girlfriend Linda (Lindsay Price), hinges upon Cory’s full understanding of the week’s class project, “The Diary of Anne Frank.” ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Boy Meets World: Pilot
11-year-old Cory Mathews (Ben Savage) does his best to survive life in junior high school–and Life, period!–in Episode One of Boy Meets World). No sooner have the opening credits faded than Cory has gotten a detention from his acid-tongued teacher Mr. Feeny (William Daniels) for listening to a baseball game during a discussion of “Romeo and Juliet.” Turns out our hero could have benefited from the example of Shakespeare’s star-crossed lovers when he must handle the other big crisis of the week, which begins when his older brother Eric (Will Friedle) scores a couple of tickets for a Phillies game–but instead of taking Cory along, he invites his latest girlfriend. This is the only episode in which the recurring character played by Lee Norris (who otherwise does not appear) is called Stuart Lemple, a name soon altered to “Stuart Minkus” for legal reasons. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Boy Meets World: Santa’s Little Helper
When Shawn’s dad loses his job just before Christmas, Cory (Ben Savage) tries to help his pal save face by purchasing gifts for Shawn to distribute to his classmates. Much to Cory’s astonishment, Shawn (Rider Strong) is anything but grateful for this act of kindnenss–in fact, he’s downright resentful. Meanwhile, Mr. Feeny (William Daniels) shows his softer side when Morgan (Lily Nicksay) despairs over “killing” a department store Santa who suffered a heart attack while she was sitting on his lap! ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Boy Meets World: Father Knows Less
Mr. Feeny (William Daniels) flunks Cory (Ben Savage) when the boy falls asleep during a test. This time, however, it was all dad Alan’s fault; Alan (William Russ) had let Cory stay up to watch a baseball game to make up for cancelling a promised night out. Unfortunately, Mr. Feeny refuses to let Cory take a makeup exam even when Alan explains the situation, leading to a tense (and pivotal) confrontation between teacher and parent. Incidentally, this episode was based on an actual incident in the childhood of Boy Meets World producer Michael Jacobs. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Boy Meets World: Cory’s Alternative Friends
When Cory’s attempt to change his hairstyle goes disastrously wrong, he is shunned by his friends and exiled to the cafeteria table populated by the school’s weirdoes and misfits. Before long, however, Cory (Ben Savage) comes to realize that these oddballs are actually okay and shouldn’t be judged by their appearance–and even helps his new buddies get an important petition signed. This landmark episode represents the first appearance of Danielle Fishel as the estimable Topanga Lawrence, who was supposed to have been a one-time-only character…However… ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Boy Meets World: The Father/Son Game
Figuring they have better things to do, Cory (Ben Savage) and Eric (Will Friedle) try to get out of playing with their dad Alan (William Russ) in a father/son softball game. To save them the embarrassment, Alan claims that the game was cancelled anyway. When they find out that their dad is lying to spare their feelings, the Matthews boys are sore ashamed. Somehow all this is tied in with Mr. Feeny (William Daniels) and his attempt to explain and interpret the Pledge of Allegiance to Cory and his classmates. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Boy Meets World: I Dream of Feeny
Terrified of taking his final exams, Cory (Ben Savage) wishes that his teacher Mr. Feeny (William Daniels) would get sick . When Feeny lands in the hospital with appendicitis, Cory is convinced that he has “the power”–and the prospect is truly nightmarish for our hero. Listen for the pivotal last line in this, the final episode of Boy Meets World’s first season (not to mention the final regular appearance of Lee Norris as the nerdy Minkus). ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Boy Meets World: It’s a Wonderful Night
“Deception” is the operative word in this episode, wherein Cory (Ben Savage) and Shawn (Rider Strong) try to sneak an R-rated video into the Matthews house right under the nose of their babysitter–who happens to be Cory’s eternal nemesis Mr. Feeny (William Daniels). Also, Eric (Will Friedle) tries to hide the fact that he’s flunked his driver’s test so that he’ll still be able to go out on dates. Not unexpectedly, both Cory and Eric end up in the doghouse; what IS unexpected are those earrings that somehow have come into Mr. Feeny’s possession! ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Boy Meets World: Turnaround
The annual “Turnaround” dance (it used to be called the Sadie Hawkins Dance) is approaching, and Cory (Ben Savage) hopes that the girl he really, really likes will invite him to the event. Unfortunately she doesn’t, but the geeky, unpopular Ingrid Iverson (Natanya Ross) does. So as not to lose face in front of his friends, Cory and Shawn (Will Friedle) give Ingrid a fashion makeover–the result being that Ingrid is now too popular to bother with Cory! ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Boy Meets World: Sister Theresa
When his sister Amy (Lily Nicksey) advises him to try the “polite” approach with girls, Cory (Ben Savage) begins dating a young lady named T.K. (Danielle Harris). Soon after, and much to his surprise, Cory is being treated with utmost courtesy by none other than school bully Harley Keiner (Danny McNulty). What our boy doesn’t know is that T.K. is actually Harley’s sister–a fact that may result in horrific consequences when Harley wrongly believes that Cory is “moving too fast” with the girl! ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Boy Meets World: The Play’s the Thing
Reluctant to play Hamlet in a classroom production (he considers the Melancholy Dane to be a “whiner” in a sissy costume), Cory (Ben Savage) relinquishes the role to nerdy Minkus (Lee Norris)–who can’t act his way out of a paper bag. Even so, Mr. Feeny (William Daniels) decides to teach you-know-who a lesson by allow Minkus to remain in the role and demoting Cory to a spear-carrying extra. And in a curiously related subplot, Alan (William Russ) seriously considers quitting his job at the store after the district manager cuts his salary by five percent. (PS: This is the episode with the backyard miniature-golf tournament). ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Boy Meets World: Fear Strikes Out
Attending a “make-out” party, Cory (Ben Savage) can’t work up the nerve to kiss Topanga (Danielle Fishel), whereupon he vows never to go out on a date again. After finding out that older brother Eric (Will Friedle) is at the center of Cory’s panic attack–Eric had pressured him to “go the distance” when he had the chance–Alan (William Russ) and Amy (Betsy Randle) advise the boy to take Topanga to a place where the pressure to perform is off and no kissing is required. Thus, Cory escorts Topanga to what he thinks is a “safe” social gathering…where everyone ends up making out anyway. “Agooblah!” ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Boy Meets World: Boys Meets Girl
Emulating a classroom instructional film about the moodswings connected to puberty, Cory (Ben Savage) gets mighty jealous when his pal Shawn (Rider Strong) goes out on his first date. To keep apace with Shawn, Cory decides to begin dating too, and asks Topanga (Danielle Fishel) out–only to have second thoughts when he wakes up and realizes that he’s only doing this out of anger, not out of true affection. Who at this point could have guessed how the Cory-Topanga relationship would work out by the time Boy Meets World ended its seven-year run? ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Boy Meets World: Band on the Run
To impress girls (is there ever any other reason?), Cory (Ben Savage) and Shawn (Rider Strong) claim to be members of a nonexistent band called “The Exits”. The boys’ falsehoods eventually jump up and bite them in the you-know-what when Mr. Feeny (William Daniels) books “The Exits” to play for a school dance! Highlights of this episode include a frantic rendition of the old classroom double-talk ditty “The Name Game”, and a significant appearance by former “Monkee” Micky Dolenz. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Boy Meets World: The Fugitive
After one of his practical jokes misfires–literally!–at Alan’s store, a desperate Shawn (Rider Strong) hides out in Cory’s room. Before long, everyone catches on that Cory (Ben Savage) has a secret, but they say nothing until they’re able to gently persuade our hero to fess up. In a pivotal moment, Cory must demonstrate that he doesn’t have to lie on Shawn’s behalf to prove his friendship–and to prove to Shawn that the world will not end if he admits his wrongdoing. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Boy Meets World: The Beard
With two girlfriends too many–namely Linda (Haylie Johnson) and Stacy (Molly Morgan)–Shawn (Rider Strong) suggests that he and Cory (Ben Savage) take turns dating them. Cory is merely to act as Shawn’s “beard”, while Shawn tries to decide which girl he really wants. Unfortunately, the girl Shawn prefers wants nothing to do with him–but Cory is crazy about her. This plot, coupled with a subplot involving an argument between Cory’s parents over household spending, is somehow connected with Mr. Turner’s current class study of the Cuban Missile Crisis! ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Boy Meets World: Back 2 School
Though he was a mere 11 years old during Season One of Boy Meets World), somehow Cory Matthews (Ben Savage) is just the right age to enter John Adams High School at the outset of Season Two. Thinking that he has at last rid himself of his least favorite teacher and biggest nemesis Mr. Feeny (William Daniels), Cory is appalled to learn that Feeny is now the high school principal–and if that wasn’t bad enough, our hero must also deal with school bully Harley (Danny McNulty) and his dimwitted flunkies Frankie (Ethan Suplee) and Joey (Blake Sennett). Making Cory’s transition to the ninth grade somewhat easier is his supercool new teacher Jonathan Turner (Anthony Tyler Quinn), who wears a leather jacket, rides a cycle to school, and spouts poetry (notably “The Odyssey”, which has special significance in this episode). Danielle Fishel is now a regular in the role of the mercurial Topanga Lawrence. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Boy Meets World: Once in Love with Amy
Can it be that the Matthews brothers’ mom Amy (Betsy Randle) is having an affair? Well, how else can one explain her weekly outings with a “bowling league” that doesn’t exist–to say nothing of the sexy outfits she keeps hidden in her bowling bag? Naturally, Cory (Ben Savage) and Eric (Will Friedle) allow their imaginations to run riot before they find out that Amy is indeed fibbing about going bowling…but not for the reason they suspect! ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Boy Meets World: Risky Business
While betting on the horse races, Cory (Ben Savage) and Shawn (Rider Strong) experience a rush of adrenalin as their winnings miraculously pile up. Before long, the euphoric Cory is taking big risks on everything–which nearly results in disaster when he elects to risk leaving his little sister Morgan (Lily Nicksay) home alone! Elsewhere, Alan (William Russ) celebrates Valentine’s Day by suggesting that he and Amy (Betsy Randle) return to the restaurant where he first proposed…but there’s a surprise in store for both of them. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Boy Meets World: Model Family
Kathy Ireland is cast as Alexis, the sexy if somewhat duplicitous representative for a shady modeling agency. When Alexis offers Eric (Will Friedle) a modeling job (provided he pay $90 for a portfolio, of course), the starstruck teen quits his job at his dad’s store. Figuring that Eric needs to learn a lesson about real life, dad Alan refuses to intervene–and sure enough, Eric sets himself up for a big-time public humiliation. Meanwhile, Mr. Feeny (William Daniels) assigns his class to pretend to be “TV families”, which is how Cory (Ben Savage) ends up the Dad, Topanga (Danielle Fishel) the Mom, and Shawn (Rider Strong) and Minkus (Lee Norris) the kiddies! Jason Marsden makes his first appearance as Eric’s friend…who, by a curious coincidence, is also named Jason Marsden. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Boy Meets World: Wake Up, Little Cory
Mr. Turner (Anthony Tyler Quinn) assigns his students to produce a video in which they interview various friends and family members about sex. Pulling an all-nighter to get the project finished on time, Cory (Ben Savage) and Topanga (Danielle Fishel) innocently fall asleep together on the floor. Naturally, rumors begin flying, whereupon Cory, somewhat flattered that he now has a “reputation”, drops hints that he and Topanga have gone beyond merely discussing sex–a not-so-harmless deception that causes a great deal of grief for Topanga. (Significantly, the literary work referenced throughout the episode is Shakespeare’s “Much Ado About Nothing”!) ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Boy Meets World: Who’s Afraid of Cory Wolf?
Phyllis Diller guest stars as a seedy fortune teller with the highly significant monicker of “Mme. Oupsenskaya” (and if you don’t get the significance, ask any horror-movie fanatic). At the same time that a wolf has escaped from the local zoo, Mme. Ouspenskaya has convinced Cory (Ben Savage) that he is turning into a werewolf! Worse still, Cory is persuaded that he will soon kill the “one he cares for most”–whom he realizes, for the first time in this episode, is none other than Topanga (Danielle Fishel). Of course, all ends happily and no one gets killed…but there’s a pivotal moment near the episode’s climax that offers a tantalyzing hint of things to come. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Boy Meets World: The Uninvited
Cory (Ben Savage) is amazed when Melissa (Johna Stewart-Borden), one of the popular kids in school, invites him to a “cool kids” party–but doesn’t invite Shawn (Rider Strong). Alas, it turns out Melissa’s dad forced her to issue the invitation, and Cory is no cooler than he was before. Even worse, the “shunned” Shawn is having a terrific time at another party where the REAL cool kids are hanging out. And back at home, Alan (William Russ) frets over getting old–if he isn’t careful, he’ll soon be past forty! ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Boy Meets World: Me and Mr. Joad
Having promised not to give his students a test on The Grapes of Wrath if they promise to study the book and give proof that they understand it, Mr. Turner (Anthony Tyler Quinn) breaks his promise under pressure from Mr. Feeny (William Daniels). Outraged, Cory (Ben Savage) and Shawn (Rider Strong) emulate the Steinbeck novel by going into full “social protest” mode, spearheading a student strike–only to go too far as usual by making ridiculous demands. Predictably, Feeny retaliates, but by episode’s end everyone has learned a lesson (tied in with the assigned book, of course). Meanwhile, Eric has trouble maintaining both his friendship with Jason (Jason Marsden) and his romance with manipulative Southern belle Desiree (Sydney Bennett). ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Boy Meets World: The B-Team of Life
Underachiever Cory (Ben Savage) and nerdy Minkus (Lee Norris) manage to make the school’s basketball team–not the “A” squad, of course, but the “B” group. Alas, having been relegated to second-class-citizen status, the boys may never get into an actual game. . .and worse, Cory begins to feel like a “B-Team” member of his own family. It is Mr. Feeny (William Daniels), of all people, who gives Cory the pep talk that changes his attitude, yielding results that are surprising indeed. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Boy Meets World: She Loves Me, She Loves Not
Invited to speak before Mr. Feeny’s class about life after Junior High, Eric (Will Friedle) emphasizes the “coolest” aspects of the experience–and immediately wins the heart of the impressionable Topanga (Danielle Fishel). In order to get closer to Eric, Topanga begins playing up to Cory (Ben Savage), who has no idea what’s going on. As a result of the hurt feelings which inevitably ensue, Eric takes it upon himself to speak before the class again…this time with a new message. This episode marks the only appearance of Topanga’s weird sister Nebula (Krystee Clark)–and watch for the classic “hamburger switch” routine. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Boy Meets World: Notorious
Shawn (Rider Strong) tries to cement his reputation as Adams High School’s resident prankster by changing the name of principal Feeny (William Daniels) to “Weeny” in the school paper. This makes trouble for Cory (Ben Savage) when Mr. Feeny, aware that our hero knows who’s responsible for the typo, threatens to suspend him unless he squeals on Shawn. Likewise suffering for Shawn’s capriciousness is student newspaper editor Molly (Jill Novick), whom Cory’s brother Eric (Will Friedle) has a yen for–at least until he meets manipulative southern belle Desiree (Sydney Bennett). As usual, the plot complications are closely linked with the book that Cory has been assigned in class–in this instance, The Scarlet Letter. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Boy Meets World: Pairing Off
High school freshman Cory (Ben Savage) is the only male amongst his peers who hasn’t got a girlfriend. Older brother Eric (Will Friedle), who fancies himself wiser and more worldly in these matters, advises Cory to adopt a love-‘em-and-leave-‘em approach and ask out a girl he doesn’t even know. As Cory tries to follow this advice with a lovely lass named Wendy (Jessica Wesson), his parents put the kibosh on Eric’s romantic escapades after finding an incriminating earring in the boy’s bedroom. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Boy Meets World: Kid Gloves
Cory (Ben Savage) isn’t too concerned when he accidentally loses the silver boxing-glove bracelet given to him by his dad Alan (William Russ) as a birthday present. But his attitude abruptly changes when he finds out that Alan had won the bracelet in a Navy boxing tournament, and thus the trinket is lot more “valuable” than first imagined. In a panic, Cory and Eric (Will Friedle) launch a search for the necklace which ends in the school gym’s swimming pool–and would have ended tragically had not Mr. Feeny (William Daniels) appeared in the obligatory Nick of Time. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Boy Meets World: Breaking Up Is Really, Really Hard to Do
Needing a one-time-only date, Cory (Ben Savage) convinces a hypersensitive girl named Wendy (Jessica Wesson) that he is seeking a long-term relationship. This proves to be a mjaor blunder when Wendy begins eagerly making plans for her future life with Cory–and when our panicky hero tries to break up with the girl, she gets so overemotional that he hasn’t the heart to do it! Ultimately, the “romance” comes to an abrupt end, and a sadder-but-wiser Cory learns another valuable life lesson. Meanwhile, Eric (Will Friedle) is forbidden from going on dates until his grades improve…so how will he be able to squire the sexy Dominique (Musetta Vander? ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Boy Meets World: Truth and Consequences
As part of an assignment for Media Arts teacher Mr. Williams (Alex Desert), Cory (Ben Savage) and Shawn (Rider Strong) covertly begin work on a video about high-school janitor Bud (Bob Larkin). In the course of their investigative journalism, the boys catch Bud (Bob Larkin) tampering with the time-clock so he can sneak out of work early to go to the races. As a result, Bud is fired–two months before he was to retire on a full pension! Fans will be very surprised to find out who’s the “hero” of this story. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Boy Meets World: On the Air
Feeling low because their school radio show is being ignored by the students (especially the girl students), Cory (Ben Savage) and Shawn (Rider Strong) change their format to a spicy talkfest called “Lunchtime Lust.” Not surprisingly, Mr. Feeny (William Daniels) deems the new format inappropriate and cancels the show–and when Mr. Turner (Anthony Tyler Quinn) tries to intervene in their behalf, the boys mess things up by launching a “pirate” radio station from the school janitor’s closet! Celebrity reporter Robin Leach appears as himself in a subplot involving Cory’s brother Eric (Will Friedle) and a sweepstakes contest. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Boy Meets World: Wrong Side of the Tracks
Angry because some girls won’t date him because of his “lowlife” reputation as a trailer-park resident, Shawn (Rider Strong) decides to live up–or down–to that reputation by hanging out with school bully Harley and his flunkies. Consequently, Shawn not only begins cutting classes, but also drifting away from his best friend Cory (Ben Savage). After weighing the advice of several authority figures, Cory elects to “rescue” Shawn by standing up to Harley–which may be the equivalent of committing suicide! Elsewhere, Jason (Jason Marsden) tries to give Eric (Will Friedle) a crash-course in ice skating, which explains how Nancy Kerrigan came to be tonight’s special guest star. In this episode and this episode only, Kenny Johnson and not Danny McNulty is seen as Harley. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Boy Meets World: He Said, She Said
Consulting the school’s new guidance counselor Devon (Amy Leland), Shawn (Rider Strong) explains that he’s not trying harder because he’s not going to college, so what’s the use? In an effort to show she understands what he’s going through, Devon replies that she once felt the same way and decided to take time to consider her future, which she did during a trip to Europe. Unfortunately, Shawn hears only the “trip to Europe” part and begins drawing up plans to run off to Paris! In other developments, former school bully Harley (Danny McNulty) busts out of reform school for a showdown with the heir to his “throne”, Griff Hawkins (Adam Scott); trouble is, no one cares. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Boy Meets World: Home
While his dad is searching for his runaway mom (and their trailer home), Shawn (Rider Strong) moves in with Cory (Ben Savage), putting something of a strain on the Matthews family–especially when he runs afoul of the law. Rather than allow the frustrated Shawn to self-destruct, his teacher Mr. Turner (Anthony Tyler Quinn) makes him a generous offer that will have greater significance in the episodes to come. Meanwhile, an anxious Eric (Will Friedle) turns to Mr. Feeny (William Daniels) for advice about his upcoming SATs. The final episode of Boy Meets World’s second season also marks the final appearances of series regulars Lily Nicksay and Jason Marsden. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Boy Meets World: Rave On
Unaware that his parents Amy (Betsy Randle) and Alan (William Russ) are planning a 20th anniversary party, Eric (Will Friedle) decides to throw a “rave”on the same day at the same time. When Cory (Ben Savage) finds out, he suggests that Eric combine the two parties without allowing his parents to catch on–a scheme that works for about, oh, three minutes. The final sequence could be called “The Monkees Meet the Partridge Family”–the musical group that Cory organizes to play for his parents is comprised of Micky Dolenz, Davy Jones and Peter Tork, and their manager is ol’ “Reuben Kincaid” himself, Dave Madden! ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Boy Meets World: The Last Temptation of Cory
While Topanga (Danielle Fishel) is sick at home, Cory (Ben Savage) discovers to his amazement that he can’t kept the girls away from him–especially one of the school’s most popular girls, Missy Lawrence (Elizabeth Harnois). Inevitably, Cory and Missy share a kiss, a fact that he hopes to conceal from Topanga…fat chance. Elsewhere, Eric (Will Friedle) is hoodwinked into buying an autographed sports memento of highly dubious value. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Boy Meets World: The Thrilla’ in Phila’
In order to have at least one extracurricular activity to his credit, Cory (Ben Savage) joins the school wrestling team, supremely confident that he won’t have to do anything because there’s no one else in his weight class. All this changes when school bully Joey “the Rat” (Blake Sennett) joins the team and Cory is forced to wrestle with him. Their rivalry ultimately triggers a grudge match in front of the entire school–with celebrities Robert Goulet and Yasmine Bleeth announcing the event! (At what point did Boy Meets World become a fantasy?) ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Boy Meets World: Career Day
It’s Career Day at Adams High, and Cory (Ben Savage) does not look forward to the lecture delivered by his dad Alan (William Russ), who is “only” a grocer and thus nowhere near as glamorous as the other parents’ kids. Meanwhile, Shawn stays at Cory’s house while his dad Chet (Blake Clark) searches for Shawn’s mom, who has run off to parts unknown with the family’s trailer. And yes, that’s former “Monkee” Peter Tork as the father of Cory’s classmate Topanga (Danielle Fishel). ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Boy Meets World: Pop Quiz
While delivering past-due book reports to the home of their teacher Mr. Turner (Anthony Tyler Quinn), Cory (Ben Savage) and Shawn (Rider Strong) stumble across Turner’s class schedule, enabling them to determine when he plans to give the next pop quiz. As a result, the boys are able to cram for the quiz, which they pass with extremely high grades. It isn’t long before Cory and Shawn begin suffering the pangs of conscience, but when they confess to Mr. Turner they’re in for quite a suprirse. Meanwhile, school tough guys Frankie (Ethan Suplee) and Joey (Blake Sennett), leaderless since top bully Harley was sent to reform school, seek out a replacement so they can retain their “flunkey” status. (Note: this episode was intended as the series finale, but at the last minute Boy Meets World was renewed for a third season). ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Boy Meets World: My Best Friend’s Girl
It’s the first day of school again as Boy Meets World launches its third season. Having spent the entire summer trying to work up the nerve to ask out his classmate Topanga (Danielle Fishel), Cory (Ben Savage)–who somehow has aged two years since last we saw him!–feels betrayed when he is beaten to it by his best friend Shawn (Rider Strong), leading to a showdown in the apartment Shawn shares with teacher Jonathan Turner (Anthony Tyler Quinn). And Eric deals with the devil–specifically, tough guys Frankie (Ethan Suplee) and Joey (Blake Sennett)–to drum up business for the school film society’s screening of Paint Your Wagon. New to the cast are Lindsay Ridgeway, taking over from Lily Nicksay in the role of Cory’s sister Morgan, and Alex Desert as Eli Williams–and keep an eye out for a very young Brittany Murphy as Topana’s best friend Trini. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Boy Meets World: The Double Lie
When Mr. Turner (Anthony Tyler Quinn) leaves town for the weekend, Shawn (Rider Strong) hopes to use the empty apartment for a night of unbridled passion with Veronica Watson (Erin J. Dean). Trouble is, Mr. Turner has arranged for Shawn to spend the weekend with Cory’s family. Never one to let down a friend, Cory (Ben Savage) assures Shawn that his parents are going to be staying out very late one evening, allowing him ample time with Veronica–but as usual, the best-laid plans “gang aft a’gley.” Elswhere, Eric (Will Friedle) tries to get an easy “A” by buying a term paper, only to discover that Mr. Feeny (William Daniels) is way ahead of him. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Boy Meets World: What I Meant to Say
Sensing that Topanga (Danielle Fishel) is avoiding him for some reason or other, Cory (Ben Savage) decides it’s high time that he declare his love for her. Alas, the moment he speaks those Three Little Words, the outraged Topanga breaks up with him–and Cory has absolutely no idea what he’s done wrong. Elsewhere in this pivotal episode, Eli Williams (Alex Desert) becomes Medias Art teacher at John Adams High. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Boy Meets World: Cyrano
Tough guy Frankie (Ethan Suplee) prevails upon Cory (Ben Savage) and Shawn (Rider Strong) to help him win the heart of a girl named Gloria (Mathea Webb)…or else. Trouble is, Gloria is already the girlfriend of even tougher guy Harley–and he’ll reduce Cory and Shawn to a heap of bloody rubble if he finds out what they’re doing. Meanwhile, Cory’s dad Alan (William Russ) gets in trouble for buying his wife Amy (Betsy Randle) a “utility” gift as an anniversary present. Yes, both of these storylines are linked together by episode’s end–but you’ll have to watch to find out how! ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Boy Meets World: Danger Boy
Upset that Eric’s girlfriend’s cousin prefers to go out with the raffish Shawn (Rider Strong), Cory (Ben Savage) decides to change his image from a “safe”, uncool guy to the archetypal bad-boy rebel. At the same time, Mr. Feeny (William Daniels) is miffed that his fellow teachers consider him so dull and conservative that they put him in charge of the school’s chess club. Ultimately, Cory and Feeny jointly decide to demonstrate that they’re a lot more exciting than they’re assumed to be by taking a harrowing ride on a “killer” roller coaster. Featured in a small role is Mena Suvari, later one of the costars of the Oscar-winning film American Beauty and the hit cable series Six Feet Under; and in a larger part, watch for The Drew Carey Show’s Kathy Kinney! ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Boy Meets World: By Hook or By Crook
If he wants to take a school trip to Europe, Eric (Will Friedle) must pass his history class–and to that end, attractive student Torie Hart (Terri Ivens) offers to tutor him. It soon becomes obvious that Torie’s interest in Eric is more than academic when she changes his answers on a test and he gets an underserved A-minus! Will Eric do the right thing and confess to Mr. Feeny (William Daniels)–thereby passing up both the European trip and a chance at romance? Meanwhile, Cory (Ben Savage) gives Topanga (Danielle Fishel) a VERY misleading answer when she wants to know how he ended up with Mono. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Boy Meets World: This Little Piggy
Big-hearted Shawn (Rider Strong) adopts “Little Cory”, an abandoned baby pig. Though Mr. Turner (Anthony Tyler Quinn) allows Shawn to keep the pig in the apartment, Topanga (Danielle Fishel) insists that the animal would be better off on a farm. As the debate heats up between Shawn and Topanga, Cory (Ben Savage) finds himself stuck in the middle–or should that be “pig in the middle”? Meanwhile, Eric (Will Friedle) tries to bribe his way into a prestigious college by taking Mr. Feeny (William Daniels) to an opera…and guess who ends up getting the most out of the experience! ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Boy Meets World: Train of Fools
Eric (Will Friedle), Cory (Ben Savage), Shawn (Rider Strong) and Topanga (Danielle Fishel) plan to spend New Year’s Eve at a party. That all of them would end up stranded in a stalled subway car is the furthest thought from their minds–so guess what happens? Making matters worse (if such a thing is possible), Eric is steamed at Cory for inadvertently ruining his hot date with supermodel Rebecca-Alexa (Angela Visser). Watch for future Buffy the Vampire Slayer costar Charisma Carpenter as a caterer. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Boy Meets World: Hometown Hero
Cory (Ben Savage) is hailed as a hero for triggering a fire alarm that saved both Adams High and the school janitor. Noticing that Cory seems a bit too eager to accept all the adulation, Mr. Feeny (William Daniels) suspects that there’s something very wrong. And as usual, Feeny is right: Cory and Shawn had accidentally set off the alarm (and the fire!) during a nocturnal foray into the school to turn in their overdue chemistry papers. The trick is to get the “hero” to tell the truth before the Big Lie overwhelms him. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Boy Meets World: I Am Not a Crook
Nominated by Shawn (Rider Strong) , Cory (Ben Savage) runs for class president–and promptly “fires” Shawn as his campaign manager. To get even, Shawn runs against Cory, making it a three-way race with the geeky Alvin (Jonathan Kaplan). How long will it be before all three candidates have made so many ridiculous and impossible campaign promises that Mr. Feeny (William Daniels) is moved to cancel the election altogether? The surprising answer to this question is provided by the estimable Topanga (Danielle Fishel)! ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Boy Meets World: You Can Go Home Again
As Boy Meets World enters its fourth season, Cory (Ben Savage) and Eric (Will Friedle) are on the last leg of their two-month summer roadtrip, and heading back to Philadelphia. But Eric, whose college plans have been shot down in flames, doesn’t want the summer to end, and when the boys make a pit stop in a tiny community called Pottstown, he refuses to leave. And back at home, Cory and Eric’s dad Alan (William Russ) has decided that, after 20 years in the grocery business, he needs to change the course of his life. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Boy Meets World: Brother-Brother
Season Three of Boy Meets World draws to a close with several of the main characters facing life-altering crises. Now that school is out until September, Cory (Ben Savage) despairs over the fact that he will spend the summer without Topanga (Danielle Fishel), who is going to camp. Eric (Will Friedle), upset over bitter words exchanged between himself and Cory, plans to head for college and never return to Philadelphia. And Shawn (Rider Strong) has hit the road with his rolling-stone father Chet (Blake Clark). Fortunately, the episode ends with the promise of good things to come in Season Four–but with very few hints as to what will actually transpire. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Boy Meets World: The Happiest Show on Earth
The recent acquistion of ABC by Disney is shamelessly plugged in this episode. Determined to prove his devotion to Topanga (Danielle Fishel), Cory (Ben Savage) leaves Philadelphia and follows her all the way to Disneyworld in Florida. Unfortunately, Topanga jumps to the conclusion that Cory is actually interested in Kristen (Hilary Tuck), a girl who happens to be heading in the same direction. And back in Philly, Eric (Will Friedle) is stuck with the herculean task of covering for Cory in his absence. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Boy Meets World: I Never Sang for My Legal Guardian
Mr. Turner (Anthony Tyler Quinn), who hencefore shall be referred to as Jonathan, decides that it is time to become legal guardian of homeless teenager Shawn (Rider Strong). But Shawn himself has other ideas; he wants to hit the road and return to his biological father Chet (Blake Clark). . .and what’s more, he’s gotten it into his head that Jonathan is not sincere in his wish to take care of him. Meanwhile, Mr. Feeny (William Daniels) assigns Eric (Will Friedle) to tutor a high school athlete named Jeff (Bobby Jacoby)–a curious choice, in that Eric’s grades aren’t much better than Jeff’s. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Boy Meets World: I Was a Teenage Spy
Any resemblance that Boy Meets World ever had with the REAL world was smashed to bits in this episode, wherein a microwave accident transports Cory (Ben Savage) back to the year 1957. Because of his foreknowledge of Russia’s Sputnik space satellite, Cory is suspected of being a Soviet spy by everyone except a pair of oddly familiar high schoolers named Shawnzie (Rider Strong) and T.L. (Danielle Fishel). The episode’s “Happy Days” ambience is amplified by the presence of Tom Bosley, Anson Williams and Pat Morita in the guest cast! ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Boy Meets World: Life Lessons
A reluctant Cory (Ben Savage) is chosen as class representative to persuade Mr. Feeny (William Daniels) to soften his tough exam schedule. When Feeny refuses, a handful of students retaliate by vandalizing his home. As a result, Feeny sadly decides it is time to retire–but a second attack on his home changes his mind, and also increases his respect of the benighted Cory. Meanwhile, Amy (Betsy Randle) tries to play matchmaker between Mr. Turner (Anthony Tyler Quinn) and a 27-year-old woman named Brenda (Lisa Akey)…who prefers the much-younger Shawn (Rider Strong) instead! ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Boy Meets World: The Pink Flamingo Kid
While filming a video which he hopes to enter in a TV news contest, Cory (Ben Savage) catches a gang of crooks stealing computers. But Shawn (Rider Strong) takes one look at the video and immediately destroys it. The reason? Some of those computer thieves are members of his own family! Elsewhere, Eric (Will Friedle) has dreams of making millions from the junk in the family garage. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Boy Meets World: Stormy Weather
Now that he’s an intern at a local TV station, Eric (Will Friedle) is devoting so much time and energy to the job that his grades (none too good to begin with) are suffering. In fact, if Eric doesn’t start buckling down, there’s a strong possibility that he won’t graduate. Problem is, Eric doesn’t care at this point: he quits school to pursue his lifelong dream of being a meterorologist, blissfully unaware that a job of this nature requires at the very least a high school diploma! Elsewhere, Shawn’s (Rider Strong) relationship with Dana (Larisa Oleynik) is adversely affected by the growing attraction between Dana’s mom Susan (Rosalind Allen) and Mr. Turner (Anthony Tyler Quinn) ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Boy Meets World: Easy Street
Veteran funnymen Buddy Hackett and Soupy Sales guest star as a pair of disreputable-looking businessmen named Fontini and Martin. Hired to run errands for the two men, Cory (Ben Savage) quickly figures out that they’re a pair of crooks and quits his job. Alas, Shawn (Rider Strong) is only too willing to pick up where Cory left off–and the results could be VERY hazardous to his health. Meanwhile, Eric (Will Friedle) has a life-threatening experience of his own as he braves 500 miles’ worth of blizzard to make sure his mountain-born lady friend Lonnie (Jen Campbell) has a merry Christmas. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Boy Meets World: An Affair to Forget
Shawn’s snooty girlfriend Jennifer (Kristanna Loken) agrees to continue dating him on one condition: Shawn (Rider Strong) must stop being friends with Cory (Ben Savage). This requires some quick if not brilliant thinking on the part of Cory and Shawn–and, inevitably, the intervention of the level-headed Topanga (Danielle Fishel) to set things aright. Meanwhile, Eric (Will Friedle) is absolutely certain that people will pay $30 a head for the privilege of seeing his one-man show “Look at Me, Look at Me.” (PS: nobody looks). ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Boy Meets World: Turkey Day
Cory (Ben Savage) and Shawn (Rider Strong) are given a thought-provoking Thanksgiving weekend assignment: to show how class divisions between rich and poor are causing all the problems in Rwanda. Unexpectedly, the boys receive some first-hand experience in this matter when both of their families attend Thanksgiving dinner at the trailer-park home of Shawn’s parents. And in another development, Frankie’s brother Herman (E.J. DeLaPena) wants to start dating Cory’s sister Morgan (Lindsay Ridgeway). ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Boy Meets World: The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter
Dana Pruitt (Larisa Oleynik) is willing to go on one date with Shawn (Rider Strong), but not a second date, thanks to his bad reputation. Instead, Cory (Ben Savage) goes out with Dana–and Shawn demands a full report on the evening’s events. Determined to win over Dana, Shawn goes out of his way to do the things he thinks she likes best…and the results are surprising (for THIS TV series, anyway!) Meanwhile, Eric (Will Friedle) applies for an apprentice job at a local TV station, competing with several other students who are frankly better qualified–and much smarter. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Boy Meets World: A Kiss Is More Than a Kiss
Now that Cory (Ben Savage) and Topanga (Danielle Fishel) have broken up, Shawn (Rider Strong) advises Cory to plunge back into the dating pool. This he does, but his feelings for Topanga are still so strong that he can’t bring himself to kiss the beauteous Melissa (Anndi McAfee). But lest he think that Topanga feels the same way, Cory is in for a shock when he spies his former sweetie “locking lips” with another guy. Elsewhere, Eric (Will Friedle) is gulled into believing that has been accepted at a college–which unfortunately doesn’t exist. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Boy Meets World: New Friends and Old
Upset that tough-guy Frankie (Ethan Suplee) is hanging around with a bad crowd, Mr. Feeny (William Daniels) suggests that Cory (Ben Savage) and Shawn (Rider Strong) try to keep Frankie on the

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