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Boy Meets World: Season 2

4.8 out of 5 stars 118 customer reviews

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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.

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In the way it integrates family and friends, ABC's Boy Meets World plays like a grunge-era edition of Happy Days (creator Michael Jacobs acknowledges a debt to the 1970s sitcom in his audio commentary). Cory Matthews (Ben Savage, looking like a young Albert Brooks) lives in the suburbs of Philadelphia with his likable parents, Amy (Betsy Randle) and Alan (William Russ), plus younger sister Morgan (Lindsay Ridgeway) and older brother Eric (Will Friedle). In the season premiere, he finds out that neighbor Mr. Feeny (William Daniels) has followed him to John Adams High, where he becomes the principal. Cory and his best friend, Shawn (Rider Strong), also get a hip new teacher, the motorcycle-riding Mr. Turner (Anthony Tyler Quinn), and new schoolmates, including Griff (Adam Scott), Frankie (My Name Is Earl's Ethan Suplee), and Joey (Rilo Kiley cofounder Blake Sennett, then known as Blake Soper). If the year begins with an emphasis on class work and dating, it ends with a focus on domestic matters when Shawn's mother splits the scene. Fortunately, Shawn has a strong support system.

Other notable episodes include "Notorious," in which Cory and Topanga (Danielle Fishel) make a documentary about the difference between love and sex, and "Cyrano," in which Cory and Shawn help the hapless Frankie to get the girl. Guest stars range from Phyllis Diller, who plays a psychic, to Peter Tork (the Monkees), who plays Topanga's father, while the bonus feature offers entertaining audio and video commentary from Jacobs and the principal cast, who seem rather mortified by all the plaid shirts, baggy jeans, and granny dresses. If Boy Meets World isn't as innovative as Fox's Parker Lewis Can't Lose, it makes a virtue out of convention by delivering useful life lessons with a minimum of preachiness. --Kathleen C. Fennessy


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  • Actors: Ben Savage, Rider Strong, Danielle Fishel
  • 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:
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  • Studio: Lionsgate
  • DVD Release Date: September 7, 2010
  • Run Time: 506 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (118 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B003SNJXMC
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,025 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Boy Meets World: Season 2" on IMDb

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The 2nd season of the series. During this year, Cory, Shawn and Topanga start 7th grade and find out that their old 6th grade teacher is the new principal of their high school. It also introduces the new character of Jonathan Turner who ends up being a mentor for Shawn.

Highlights of the season include Cory and Shawn leading a strike, Cory turning into a Werewolf, Cory taking on the school bully and Shawn moving into the Matthew's house after his parents abandon him.

This was a fantastic show! It covers a lot of real world issues in the lives of young teenagers with a mixture of light hearted humour and serious thought. The cast was great and showed a lot of maturity in their roles- I'm really looking forward to the release of the DVD!

Season 2 includes the following episodes- Back to school, Pairing off, Notorious, Me and Mr Joad, The Uninvited, Who's Afraid of the Cory Wolf?, Wake Up Little Cory, Band on the Run, Fear Strikes Out, Sister Theresa, The Beard, Turnaround, Cyrano, I Am Not A Crook, Breaking Up Is Really Really Hard to do, Danger Boy, On The Air, By Hook Or By Crook, Wrong Side Of The Tracks, Pop Quiz, The Thrilla' in Phila', Career Day, Home Sweet Home
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Once again Boy Meets World is still one of the best shows ever with one of the best seasons. In my opinion Boy Meets World actually gets funnier with each season and the second season is defenietly funnier than the first. The only thing that is really different with this season is Topanga and how much she changed. The dissapointment of no more Minkus until The Graduation epsiode which is in season 5 i think. But anyway this box set once again has great commentary on some of the best epsiodes. The situations Cory and Shawn get into is also a whole lot funnier. Buy this set if you loved season 1.
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Boy meets World, Season 2. Well, Cory and Shawn reach the 7th grade, Jr.high for us here in Newfoundland but in the USA, HIGH SCHOOL!!! Unlucky enough, He meets a bully Harley with his to sidekicks Joey and Frankie. Season 2 is filled lots of laughter and episodes such as when Cory is invited to the coolest party of 7th grade and Shawn doesen't get invited and when Cory gets there, It's a geek party! Also, When The school Newspaper is Published and When the front cover is supposed to Say: New principle is FEENY, Shawn went in the editor room and made the headline say: New Principle is WEENY. It is my favorite Season because there not mature and it's funnier although Eric gets dumber every season. If you guys don't know wich episodes are in S2, will here they are:

#1 Back 2 School

#2 Pairing off

#3 Notorious

#4 Me and Mr.Joad

#5 The Uninvited

#6 Who's afriad of Cory Wolf?

#7 Wake up, Little Cory

#8 Band on the run

#9 Fear strikes out

#10 Sister Theresa

#11 The Beard

#12 Turnaround

#13 Cyrano

#14 I am not a crook

#15 Breaking up is Really, Really hard to do

#16 Danger boy

#17 On the air

#18 By hook or by crook

#19 Worng side of the tracks

#20 Pop quiz

#21 The Thrilla' in Phila'

#22 Career day

#23 Home

I hope you enjoyed this review!!
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I love this series. I grew up with it and loved every episode. I can't honestly say that I feel one season is weaker than the other. They all have their high and low points. The and the Wonder Years are my favorite "coming of age" shows and I feel they stand the test of time.
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What can I say? One of my favorite childhood shows on dvd, I'm going to buy it. I almost wish I would of just splurged and bought the complete series for $54, as I bought the first 3 seasons and am about to buy the 4th. I should of just bought them all and saved money, but there's no going back now. It's in my dvd player as I type this.
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High School is a debatable subject for many who grew up in that time period. Some say it was the best years of their lives, while some say it was hell. Either way you look at it, you need a good laugh. Of the many high school shows I have seen (this, Saved by the Bell, and little of Daria), this one is the most realistic and funny of the bunch. The problems Cory and his friends deal with on a daily basis are real from teachers, parental pressures, grades, friends, school activities, and bullies, this one catches it all and in a humorous way. I love the relationships and chemistries between the actors as it adds a sense of realism, breaking from the stereotypical crowd (compared to Daria which had loads of unfunny stererotypes and improbably corrupt school staff making that experience boring, depressing, improbable and unfunny). I could watch this show any day of the week whether by myself or with my future kids.
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This season finds Cory Matthews (Ben Savage) nervous and excited about starting his new school, John Adams High covers grades seventh through twelfth. (Do they even have schools like that, especially in a big city?) That means he is going to be attending the same school as his older brother Eric (Will Friedle), much to Eric’s dismay. Cory and best friend Shawn Hunter (Rider Strong) think they’ve left behind their 6th grade teacher Mr. Feeny (William Daniels). However, it turns out he is not only their new principal, but still teaching their History class. They lucked out with English as their teacher is the new teacher Jonathan Turner (Anthony Tyler Quinn).

Over the course of the season, Cory finds himself at a make out party with Topanga Lawrence (Danielle Fishel who is now a series regular although she doesn’t appear in every episode), Cory’s dad Alan (William Russ) makes the mistake of buying Amy (Betsy Randle) a garbage compactor for their anniversary. Cory and Shawn try to start a fake band to meet chicks but wind up with a gig where they have to play. Cory and Mr. Feeny get tired of their reputations as safe. And the duo also get a show on the school’s radio station.

I didn’t enjoy this season quite as much as I did the first season. For one thing, I found the emphasis on boy/girl relationships a bit too much. Yes, I know that is something that is an issue for seventh graders, but the episodes were more uncomfortable instead of funny. And don’t get me started on Amy wanting all the details after Cory gets back from a make out party. Really? What parent would be okay with it, much less encouraging it? That seemed out of character. Plus there was a repeat plot about hormones hitting for the first time.
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