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Boy Meets World 7 Seasons 1996

Season 3
4.9 out of 5 stars (132) IMDb 8.1/10

It's back to the classroom for Boy Meets World, starring Ben Savage as Cory Matthews, whose teenage life gets further-complicated this season, as he tries to woo his woman back from his best friend.

Original air date:
May 17, 1996

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Season 3

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1. My Best Friends Girl

Bringing Topanga and Cory together takes some maneuvering.

CC TV-PG September 22, 1995 22 minutes
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2. The Double Lie

Shawn and Jonathan learn to be honest with each other.

CC TV-PG September 29, 1995 22 minutes
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3. What I Meant To Say

Cory shares his feelings with Topanga.

CC TV-PG October 13, 1995 22 minutes
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4. He Said, She Said

Shawn feels overwhelmed by school.

CC TV-PG October 20, 1995 22 minutes
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5. Hometown Hero

Cory is mistakenly recognized for saving the school from a fire.

CC TV-PG October 27, 1995 22 minutes
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6. This Little Piggy

Eric bribes Feeny to get into his first choice college.

CC TV-PG November 3, 1995 22 minutes
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7. Truth And Consequences

Cory and Shawn learn that there is always a price to pay for truth.

CC TV-PG November 10, 1995 22 minutes
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8. Rave On

Eric and Cory combine parties with hilarious results!

CC TV-PG November 17, 1995 22 minutes
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9. The Last Temptation Of Cory

All the girls want to date Cory now that he is taken.

CC TV-PG December 1, 1995 22 minutes
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10. Train Of Fools

Shawn and Topanga celebrate the New Year in a stranded subway car.

CC TV-PG December 15, 1995 22 minutes
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11. City Slackers

Cory and Shawn take a trip to the mountains.

CC TV-PG January 5, 1996 22 minutes
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12. The Grass Is Always Greener

Cory and Topanga decide to break off their relationship.

CC TV-PG January 12, 1996 21 minutes
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13. New Friends And Old

Turner turns an old love into a new friend.

CC TV-PG January 19, 1996 22 minutes
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14. A Kiss Is More Than A Kiss

Cory has a hard time dating other girls.

CC TV-PG January 26, 1996 22 minutes
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15. The Heart Is A Lonely Hunter

Cory and friends teach Shawn how to keep a long relationship with a girl.

CC TV-PG February 2, 1996 22 minutes
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16. Stormy Weather

Eric learns that fame is as unpredictable as the weather.

CC TV-PG February 9, 1996 22 minutes
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17. The Pink Flamingo Kid

Cory learns more about Shawn and his family.

CC TV-PG February 16, 1996 21 minutes
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18. Life Lessons

Cory and Shawn learn that Feeney was right about studying.

CC TV-PG February 23, 1996 22 minutes
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19. I Was A Teenage Spy

Cory gets his wish and experiences life in the 1950s.

CC TV-PG April 26, 1996 22 minutes
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20. I Never Sang For My Legal Guardian

Shawn's persistence in locating his dad pays off.

CC TV-PG May 3, 1996 22 minutes
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21. The Happiest Show On Earth

Cory realizes that breaking up with Topanga was a mistake.

CC TV-PG May 10, 1996 22 minutes
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22. Brother, Brother

Cory feels left out when Topanga and Shawn announce their summer plans.

CC TV-PG May 17, 1996 22 minutes
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Product Details

Genres Drama, Comedy, Kids & Family
Season year 1996
Network ABC
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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For those people who haven't seen my previous BMW reviews, I think that BMW is just a fantastic show. With that in mind, season three is no exception.

The gang are now on their next stage of high school life. There's a bit of confusion here at different points, because they seem to alternate between years 8 and 9. However this really isn't a major point of the show and unless people are going to get picky, it really doesn't matter.

The season starts out with Cory and Topanga FINALLY agreeing to be a 'couple'. Their relationship as some rocky moments, with Cory telling Topanga that he loves her early in the relationship, however things eventually get sorted. The relationship doesn't last though, as Cory and Topanga realise that they are spending too much time together and losing themselves. He eventually follows her to Disney World, Florida though in an attempt to win her back.

Meanwhile Shawn is adjusting to living with his new Guardian, teacher Jonathan Turner. As they try and find each other's boundaries, the audience learns a lot about each of these characters and both of them grow significantly throughout the season.

Cory's brother, Eric, also takes a more significant role this season, with several episodes focusing around the world that he lives in during his last year of High School.

And of course, Mr Feeny is always there to support and offer those words of wisdom.
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Boy Meets World was a great show. Season 3 may not have been its best season, but Buena Vista has cancelled all further seasons from being released due to poor sales of this DVD set. It's a shame, because as the gang got older, they got funnier, and seasons 4-7 are the best of the show.

If you love some BMW, buy the third season so that we can all enjoy those that followed!
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Hi! This is a great set although I would've liked to see some commentaries as in season 1 and 2. Hey! Season 4 has been cancelled! If you want to cast a vote for it contact Disney: disneyinfo@disneyhelp.com

This is the address that Disney says to use to request DVDs be released. We've got to let them know that we want seasons 4-7!!! Lets make a difference!!! Thanks and God Bless!!!
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Season 3 for Boy Meets World did have a more serious aspect of the show which was very entertaining because it still delivered plenty of laughs. Once again you join Cory, Shawn, and Topanga and of course his family and my favorite character Eric. The box set delivers the usual fantastic commentary on some of the best episodes. Towards the end of this season alot of issues are brought up that are very entertaning. These issues include Cory and Erics true brother relationship, Eric getting accepted to college or not, Mr. Feeney qustioning wether or not he is getting respect from his students, and probably the best answered one is where is Shawn's dad and will they ever reunite. Please find out and buy this hilarious 3rd season that deals with more serious issues but never fails on hilarity.
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I originally wrote this review to get a petition started (had a link before) to get the rest of the series out, and now that the goal has been met I'm revising my review.

This is by far my favorite childhood series. I remember going home every day after school to catch the episodes on TV. I remember growing up with Cory, Topanga, and Shawn. It's worth a lo more than the junk we see on TV for kids nowadays. Although the first few seasons aren't my favorite, the later ones are great.

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Remember back when Boy Meets World was part of your daily life? When you sat and laughed through seven seasons with Cory, Topanga, Shawn, Eric, and Mr. Feeny? We were there in the beginning, when they were 6th grade, to the end, when they separated off on their own. Weren't you sad when the season ended and it wasn't on DVD or VHS for that matter.

The first three seasons of this classic series has been released but when Buena Vista Home Entertainment saw that the sales were dropping they discontinued the DVD releases. Many of us like to wait until every season is released and buy them in a bundled boxset. Because of the low sales, we might not see seasons 4-7.

Please sign this petition if you want Buena Vista Home Entertainment to release a boxset for Boy Meets World: Seasons 1-7 (Complete).

If the set actually comes out, kindly purchase it so they actually realize how many fans there are.

Spread the word!! Just tell 2 people and tell them to do the same, at that rate there will be hundreds and thousands in no time.
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I grew up with this show, and was lucky enough to see the first season on DVD a couple of days after it came out. I purchased the second season the day it came out as well, and I've been looking forward to this season ever since it was announced. I'm sure that anyone who's reading these reviews is already familar with the show, so if you liked the first two seasons, you'll like this one. It's more serious than the first two (focusing more on Cory and Topanga's relationship and Shawn's relationship with his father than the boys getting into trouble), but there are a lot of laughs. This is the season with the first time-travel episode, where Cory finds himself in 1957 with his best friend Shawnzie and his girlfriend T. L. My only problem with this release is the lack of commentaries. The first season had a couple, the second season had several. There are none on this, unfortunately. It didn't keep me from enjoying the season, though. Oh, and the episode "Brother, Brother" ends the season -- someone in a previous review wondered if it was on there, since it wasn't listed somewhere else.
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