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Boy Meets World: The Complete Seventh and Final Season

4.8 out of 5 stars 141 customer reviews

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The "Boy Meets World" gang is back for the last of their adventures in the seventh and final season. Join Cory (Ben Savage) and the gang as they adapt to college and, even more so, life as adults. Cory and Topanga finally tie the knot and learn that living on their own isn’t as easy as they thought, Shawn and Angela get back together as a couple, Eric and Jack take on jobs in the real world, and the Matthews welcome a new addition to the family. Just when they think they’ve got it all figured out, unexpected surprises and newfound opportunities catch them off guard. Enjoy all 23 original episodes of Season 7 and relive the most endearing moments as Cory says good-bye in the final season.

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Product Details

  • Actors: Ben Savage, Rider Strong, Danielle Fishel, William Russ, William Daniels
  • Directors: William Russ
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Rated:
    NR
    Not Rated
  • Studio: Lionsgate
  • DVD Release Date: October 4, 2011
  • Run Time: 552 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (141 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0053O8AFK
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #13,476 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Boy Meets World: The Complete Seventh and Final Season" on IMDb

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Boy Meets World has enjoyed an odd home release run. After 3 seasons released several years ago, there was a lengthy hiatus until September 2010 when those same seasons were re-released by Lionsgate. The company quickly followed that release up with the rest of the seasons in about a one-year period.

Season 7 was not as universally beloved as seasons 2-5, which are generally viewed as the series' high point. The season picks up from the cliffhanger ending of season 6 where Cory and Topanga postponed their wedding after Topanga's parents broke up. Now the cover of this season sort of gives away that eventually Cory and Topanga did get married, but the lead up is pretty interesting. After the wedding episode, the rest of the season deals with them getting adjusted to married life. It ends with a 2-episode clip show that wraps up all of the characters' stories by giving them all futures to pursue, some with more development than others. The Cory-Topanga wedding was a ridiculously important moment in ABC's TGIF lineup back when this show was first airing, and it's still a great moment all these years later.

Shawn went through a lot of character development through the series, and in this season, we really see him working through his various issues. Eric hit his all-time low in terms of intelligence in this season, but he still has some fantastic moments that show he's not really as dumb as he acts. He also has one of the best lines said to him by Angela's father: "Matthews! You are a disgrace to this university, this country, and humanity in general!" This prompted his reaction, "Wow." It's clear the cast is enjoying themselves, and in the end of the day, this season is just plain fun and a good way to end the show's run.
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There is not enough space on Amazon to write all the great things about this show. I truly believe that everything I ever needed to know about life, I learned from Boy Meets World. I highly recommend this, especially if you have kids that are turning about 10. Like many children of the 90's I grew up with Cory, Topenga, and Shawn. I cannot stress the impact they had on me as role models. I know I saved these with the intention of watching them with my little sister once she turned 10 and now we are slowly getting through the seasons and learning the life lessons in almost every single episode. This show has had a huge impact on how many people of our generation turned into kind, compassionate human beings. This was my favorite childhood show, and I know that if I ever have kids of my own, this will be the kind of show I will want to enjoy with them.
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My husband and I own all 7 seasons now, and we love them. For him, it's going back to when he grew up watching them, but I love them even though I didn't grow up with them! ** PLEASE NOTE - The final episode of season 7 has one title but it contains TWO parts. It will seemingly conclude, with the words "To be continued" at the bottom. Fast forward through the end credits, and the second part will begin after that. There is not a "part 1" and "part 2" on the episode list on the menu. I was afraid for a second that we were going to miss out on the very last episode, so I don't want anyone else to be duped like me. :)
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Like many other people that have reviewed this, I grew up with this show in the 90's. I watched the re-runs on Disney and loved it. I couldn't get enough of Cory, Shaun, Eric & the rest of the gang. I've been buying the season sets (thanks Lionsgate :) and still love it as much as I did when I was a kid. The final season is a little more wild & crazy than the rest of the series, but I think it makes the show a lot more fun to watch, especially Eric. Many great moments from the series happen in this season, in my opinion. "The War Part I" and "Seven The Hard Way (Part II)" are fantastic episodes. The series finale is great as well. The ending gets me every time!

I hope someday in the future they do a reunion episode or something. I'd love to see what the gang would be doing now. :)
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Such a fun season! The last 5 minutes are the best and I am glad I can stop watching it on youtube and have it on my tv again! I am so thrilled that over the last year they have released the rest of Boy Meets World, so we can finally have the best seasons on DVD.
My only question and hope now is, will there be a series box set? I want to buy them all so I imagine that would save us all some money. Maybe in time for Christmas!
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A very emotionally involving clean story. The various circumstances encountered by these kids are so well played as to stir feelings and recollections of areas of my life. Go ahead and get involved, make it a vicarious experience of triumph, loss, humor and tragedy. It is worth it!
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This is one of the best shows they made. Why can't they still make good ones like that? The new shows don't even compare. This show had morals, respect. I enjoy watching the seasons over and again.
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Sooner or later, all shows come to an end. Sometimes, the show has lost enough fans that no one cares. And sometimes, fans are heartbroken to hear their favorite show is ending. (And sometimes, a show gets both of those reactions.) I seem to remember not being too upset when it was announced that season 7 of Boy Meets World would be the final season, but having rewatched it now, I find that there is still much to enjoy this season.

This season finds the gang still in college, and Cory Matthews (Ben Savage) and his fiancée Topanga Lawrence (Danielle Fishel) still reeling from the revelation at the end of season six that Topanga’s parents are getting a divorce. Topanga isn’t sure she believes in love, as a result. Their relationship being on pause is even affecting their best friends, Shawn Hunter (Rider Strong) and Angela Moore (Trina McGee-Davis). And while Cory and Topanga are able to get their relationship back on track, it actually takes Angela’s father to help that couple along.

There is a wedding this season, and it happens about a third of the way through the season, leaving us plenty of time to watch Cory and Topanga settle into their new lives as a married couple. Meanwhile, the gang plays musical roommates early on before Rachel (Maitland Ward) takes a new job as an RA and Cory and Shawn’s older brothers Eric (Will Friedle) and Jack (Matthew Lawrence) take on jobs working in the student union while preparing to graduate from college.

Which just leaves us with the adults. While Mr. Feeney (William Daniels) is still in most episodes, we actually see less of Cory’s family than we used to.
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