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Cory is your average guy. He has a best friend from the other side of the tracks, a teacher that constantly keeps him on his toes, and a friend named Topanga whom he has trouble understanding. With the support of his parents and his brother Eric, Cory learns to cope with the roller coaster called growing up.
Boy Meets World marks season 3 with a new credit sequence, a TV internship for 18-year-old Eric (Will Friedel)--who longs to work as a weatherman--and a relationship for 14-year-old Cory (Ben Savage, now with a deeper voice) and Topanga (Danielle Fishel). When his parents left at the end of the previous year, Shawn (Rider Strong) moved in with English teacher Jonathan Turner (Anthony Tyler Quinn), and that's where the action begins.
While Cory has Shawn, Topanga has Trini (Brittany Murphy), Frankie (Ethan Suplee) has Joey (Blake Soper), and Mr. Turner has Eli Williams (Alex Désert), who joins John Adams High as media arts teacher. Under his tutelage, Cory learns the price of journalistic freedom when his exposé costs Janitor Bud (Bob Larkin) his job, though Mr. Feeny (William Daniels) finds another way to use his talents (in the 1972 musical 1776, Daniels played John Adams). Cory and Shawn also come to see different sides to Feeny, their principal, and Frankie, a poetic thug.
Just as Cory is transitioning into adulthood, Boy Meets World's third season has a transitional feel as the tone turns serious more often, like in "Hometown Hero," in which Cory and Shawn break into the chemistry lab and start a fire, and "Brother-Brother," in which Cory has a hard time letting Eric go. It's still an entertaining show, but a little less funny, even if it allows Strong and Daniels to do some of their best work. Fortunately, there are still plenty of upbeat episodes. In "Train of Fools," for instance, Cory throws a New Year's Eve party in a subway car, and in "I Was a Teenage Spy," he travels back to 1957 in a nod to Happy Days. Unlike previous sets, this one eschews audio commentary. --Kathleen C. Fennessy
Brings back the old memories of my teenage years. I love this series and am so glad it is available on DVD. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Tarynnnnn
GET READY TO LAUGH!! GOOD QUALITY VIEWING WITH YOUR FAMILY OR JUST TO WATCH ALONE!! IF YOU NEED YOUR SPIRITS LIFTED THIS IS THE D.V.D. TO WATCH!! GET READY TO LAUGH!!Published 1 month ago by Robert Waadt
Great series. The episode about "the Rave" is worth buying alone as it was shot in 1995 with the Monkees ( sans Mike) as guests stars and at the end they perform 2... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Mark C. Meyers
Since I started Boy Meets World late in its run, I’ve been waiting for these early seasons to officially start Cory and Topanga dating. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Mark Baker - Carstairs Considers
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You can buy the complete series at tvaddicts.com for about 50 dollars. I don't know whether or not the product being offered is good, though, which is why I've held off from buying it.
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