Boy Meets World: Season 5
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This is the last season set in high school and the last season before the show took a far swerve into the silly. Some love the sillier college episodes more for their humor other people liked the younger episodes that spoke more to relatable experiences. As for me, when I was younger I loved the sillier episodes, now that I'm older I love the episodes that remind me of being an adolescent (especially the earlier ones that deal with Corey and Topanga). That's besides the point though.
This season Shawn meets his previously absent half brother Jack (Matt Lawrence joins the cast), Eric finally attends college, Feeny has his hands full preparing Corey, Shawn and Topanga for graduation. Also this season Corey and Topanga face their greatest crisis in the course of the series when Lauren (Linda Cardellini) threatens to come between them and then they break up for several episodes. Then they face what may be their greatest moment when a special question is popped during the graduation ceremony. Then there is the prom episode where Corey and Topanga make a big decision and Amy has big news; Corey helps his heartache with some alcohol; Topanga thinks she may be able to love someone besides Corey; Corey and Eric both want more complete relationships with their father; Shawn gets a longterm girlfriend (and the show finally diversifies its cast) in the form of Angela; Corey tries to stop the world around him from changing when graduation nears.Read more ›
Thank You Lionsgate for releasing Boy Meets World on DVD box sets and Thanks for making it affordable. I know a lot of other nineties TV shows did'nt make it to being released and if they did the prices are through the roof...
I lean more towards the serious episodes that were outlined above because they speak to me in a more meaningful way both as someone having lived through high school and even today in my late twenties is struggling with the idea that the only thing that endures is change and that everything truly is possible. That being said, you need the silly episodes to balance out the thought provoking moments. I think that’s where Boy Meets World is different than any show I’ve seen recently in that yes you can laugh and be silly, but yet there are also plenty of opportunities to have a deep, meaningful soul-searching moment.
It may be a year of transition for Boy Meets World, but it is still a winner in my eyes.
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According to my daughters : this show is awesome ! Life lessons are great. We watch it as a family and share some good laughs.Published 1 month ago by JJZ
My granddaughter was thrilled when I bought this for her. She watched all the episodes in just one day.Published 4 months ago by Judy B.