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Boy Meets World Episode Guide

Season 1 Season 2 Season 3

Season 4 Season 5 Season 6 Season 7

September 24, 1993 - May 5, 2000
ABC Situation Comedy - 158 Episodes

Cast:

Cory Matthews:

  Ben Savage

Alan Matthews:

  William Russ

Amy Matthews:

  Betsy Randle

Eric Matthews:

  Will Friedle

Morgan Matthews:(1993-1995)

  Lily Nicksay

Morgan Matthews (1995-2000) 

  Lindsay Ridgeway

Shawn Hunter:

  Rider Strong

George Feeny:

  William Daniels

Stuart Lempke/Minkus:

  Lee Norris

Topanga Lawrence:

  Danielle Fishel

Jonathan Turner:

  Anthony Tyler Quinn

Eli Williams:

  Alex Désert

Jack Newman:

  Matthew Lawrence

Angela Moore:

  Trina McGee-Davis

Rachel McGuire:

  Maitland Ward

Joey:

  Blake Soper

Frankie Stichino:

  Ethan Suplee

Chet Hunter:

  Blake Clark

Model:

  Caprice Crawford

Harley Kiner:

  Kenny Johnston

Jason:

  Jason Marsden

Beth's Boyfriend:

  Tyler Waldrop

 

Season One

 

1. Pilot  

First aired: 9/24/1993
 

Cory's passionate interest in baseball complicates his life as an eleven-year-old: he feels betrayed when older brother Eric takes a girl to a ballgame instead of him, and listening to a sports broadcast on earphones in Mr. Feeney's class earns him a Friday afternoon detention—so he moves into his treehouse.

 

2. On the Fence  

First aired: 10/1/1993
 

In order to participate in an escalating class water gun war, Cory decides to earn the money for an expensive water gun by painting Mr. Feeny's fence a la Tom Sawyer—a shortcut that leads to more work than he planned.

 

3. Father Knows Less  

First aired: 10/8/1993
 

Alan's attempt at bonding with Cory causes unexpected trouble. After they sit up together watching a late-night baseball game, Cory falls asleep in Mr. Feeny's class and strikes out on a test.

 

4. Cory's Alternative Friends  

First aired: 10/15/1993
 

Cory winds up with a new group of friends, the school "nerds," when he changes his haircut and becomes the target of public mockery.

 

5. Killer Bees  

First aired: 10/22/1993

When Cory learns that the winner of a geography bee will get to be a batboy at the World Series, he maps out a plan to participate, which entails bribing Feeny's star pupil to trade places with him.

 

6. Boys II Mensa  

First aired: 10/29/1993
 

Cory has to think fast after he cheats on an IQ test, giving Mr. Feeny the bright idea of sending him to a special school for geniuses. Meanwhile, Amy unwisely entrusts Eric with helping Morgan choose her Halloween costume.

 

7. Grandma Was a Rolling Stone  

First aired: 11/12/1993
 

Alan's freewheeling mother visits the Matthews' and makes some promises she can't keep, including one to Cory: a trip to Baltimore to get the rare baseball card she brought him signed in person. Meanwhile, Eric is smitten with Feeny's visiting niece, and Cory gets upset when Alan takes Shawn with him on a fishing trip.

 

8. Teacher's Bet  

First aired: 11/19/1993
 

When Cory insists that teaching is easy in comparison to learning, Mr. Feeny agrees to temporarily switch roles on a bet, allowing Cory to handle social studies for one week.

 

9. Class Pre-Union  

First aired: 11/26/1993
 

Feeny assigns his class to envision its 20th reunion; and, after Feeny crushes Cory's big-league baseball dream, Cory's dad calls on pitcher Jim Abbott (appearing as himself) to throw some advice the boy's way.

 

10. Santa's Little Helper  

First aired: 12/10/1993
 

When Shawn's father loses his job, Cory determines to make sure Shawn gets a Christmas present. But Shawn misinterpets Cory's act of Christmas kindness as charity. Morgan is understandably traumatized when a shopping mall Santa suffers a heart attack just as she gets onto his lap. The family overcomes her fear of Santa when Mr. Feeny (dressed as Santa) explains to Morgan what happened.

 

11. The Father/Son Game  

First aired: 12/17/1993
 

Alan is hurt when Cory and Eric try to get out of a father-son softball game he'd been looking forward to, and they quickly regret their relief when he tells them that the game has been cancelled "due to lack of interest" - but Topanga tells them it went ahead without them. Meanwhile, Cory is pitted in a social studies debate against Topanga on whether she should be forced to recite the pledge of allegiance against her will.

 

12. Once in Love with Amy  

First aired: 1/7/1994
 

Cory and Eric find provocative clothing in their mom's bowling bag and are convinced she is having a clandestine affair. In fact, she and Alan are sneaking out together to go dancing.

 

13. She Loves Me, She Loves Me Not  

First aired: 1/14/1994
 

Cory's classmate Topanga develops a crush on Eric when he visits Mr. Feeny's class as a guest speaker.

 

14. The B-Team of Life 

First aired: 1/28/1994

 

Cory is dismayed when he and Minkus are put on the basketball B-team (which means they never get to play), and outraged when he can't get anyone at home to pay attention long enough to listen to his problem: "I'm on the B-team in my own family!"

 

15. Model Family 

First aired: 2/4/1994

 

Eric's pride takes a fall after an attractive woman flatters him into thinking he can quit his job to become a male model. Cory then learns that there is no such thing as an ideal family when Mr. Feeny puts him into a "family" with Minkus, Shawn, and Topanga.

 

16. Risky Business 

First aired: 2/11/1994

 

Cory and Shawn learn the risks of investment when they bet on racehorses for a school assignment. Cory then leans the most valuable lesson of risk taking when he risks something he cannot afford to lose: Morgan.

 

17. The Fugitive 

First aired: 2/25/1994

 

Fearing his parents' wrath, Shawn hides out in Cory's bedroom after a cherry-bomb prank goes awry and he blows up the mailbox outside Alan's market. Relishing his role as "Accomplice Boy," Cory must learn a lesson in true friendship by helping Shawn face up to responsibility for his actions. (Note that Shawn's parents are mentioned but not seen.)

 

18. It's a Wonderful Night 

First aired: 3/11/1994

 

Cory and Shawn find their plans for the night thwarted when Mr. Feeny substitutes for their babysitter; Eric fails his driving test, but takes the family car out anyway.

 

19. Kid Gloves 

First aired: 3/25/1994

 

Alan entrusts his prized boxing medal to Cory, who promptly loses it.

 

20. The Play's the Thing  

First aired: 4/29/1994

 

In a decisive move, Cory quits the title role in a school presentation of Hamlet because he doesn't like his costume, so ever-reliable Minkus steps in.

 

21. Boy Meets Girl 

First aired: 5/6/1994

 

A film on puberty leads to Shawn's first date—and Cory's jealousy.

 

22. I Dream of Feeny 

First aired: 5/13/1994

 

When Cory makes a wish that his teacher will become ill so he wont have to take the exams he doesn’t believe it will happen. But when it comes to exam day, Feeny is ill and in the hospital and Cory feels responsible.

 

Season Two

 

23. Back 2 School 

First aired: 9/23/1994

 

New acting principal Feeny, the school bully Harley, and unorthodox new teacher Mr. Turner ruin Cory's first day of high school.

 

24. Pairing Off 

First aired: 9/30/1994

 

Cory has trouble getting girls to notice him, so he asks Shawn for help. He has no success using Shawn's method of flipping his hair, so he asks Eric after he catches him making out with new girlfriend Rebecca on their parents' bed. Cory takes Eric's advice to act interested and lands a date with a girl whose name he doesn't even know. Meanwhile, Eric is in trouble when the parents find Rebecca's earring in their bed. Alan has a talk with the boys, and Cory breaks his date, and decides to get to know the girl. He then finds out her name is Wendy.

 

25. Notorious 

First aired: 10/7/1994

 

Cory and Shawn find Eric schmoozing with his new girlfriend Molly, editor of the school paper, while she finalizes the cover story, "New Principal is Feeny." Shawn can't resist the temptation to change the headline to "Weeny." He basks in the uproar created, then realizes he can never tell anyone he was responsible, especially when school thug Harley announces his willingness to replace one of his henchmen with the unknown prankster. Feeny's wrath leaves Cory in a dilemma: rat on Shawn, or face suspension. Meanwhile, after he is dumped by Molly, it's love at first sight for Eric when a new Southern senior student casts a spell on him, to the disgust of his friend Jason.

 

26. Me and Mr. Joad 

First aired: 10/14/1994

 

When Mr. Turner reneges on a promise not to test on The Grapes of Wrath, Cory and Shawn lead the class in a strike.

 

27. The Uninvited 

First aired: 10/21/1994

 

Cory thinks he's cool when he's invited to his first high-school party by the exclusive-minded Melissa; but surprisingly his popular friend Shawn isn't on the guest list.

 

28. Who's Afraid of Cory Wolf? 

First aired: 10/28/1994

 

Cory experiences puberty, but a mysterious fortuneteller convinces him that he's really turning into a werewolf and therefore fated to kill the one person who truly loves him: Topanga.

 

29. Wake Up, Little Cory 

First aired: 11/4/1994

 

Rumors fly when Cory and Topanga team to make a video about sex for a school project - and spend the night editing it together.

 

30. Band on the Run 

First aired: 11/11/1994

 

Cory and Shawn impress some girls by forming a bogus rock band, "The Exits," but they're quickly tuned out when Mr. Feeny books them to play the school dance.

 

31. Fear Strikes Out 

First aired: 11/18/1994

 

When Cory can't muster the nerve to kiss Topanga at a party, he takes a lot of heat at school and vows never to date again.

 

32. Sister Theresa 

First aired: 11/25/1994

 

Cory's mother challenges him to be polite to everyone for just one day and see how far it gets him. When Cory bumps into a girl at school and knocks a book out of her hands, he bends over and picks it up. The girl instantly takes a liking to Cory and tells him her name is Theresa, or "TK". TK gives Cory her phone number and that night they talk on the phone for two hours. Cory notices that the school bullies (Harley, Joey, and Frankie) are suddenly being nice to him, and he credits his politeness as the reason for their change of heart. TK starts to get obsessive of Cory, sending a wreath, candy, and even steaks to his house. Cory decides that TK is moving too fast for him and cancels their date for that night. Soon after, Cory finds out that the ‘K' in TK stands for Keiner, as in Harley Keiner's sister. Harley and his crew soon find out that Cory broke off their date and it's back to normal, when they pay Cory a visit in his homeroom class. Harley promises that he won't beat Cory up if he reschedules his date with TK, so he does. Cory is uncomfortable being in the car alone with TK, because she is moving too fast. He wants to leave, but doesn't want to take the chance of angering Harley. It's too late for that, when TK kisses Cory and Harley shows up and sees them. Harley instead blames Cory for moving to fast and accuses him of taking advantage of her. When Cory explains that it was the opposite, Harley cuts him a break and talks to TK about being too forward. Cory invites TK over to his house for dinner to show her that there are no hard feelings.

 

33. The Beard 

First aired: 12/9/1994

 

When Shawn can't decide between two girls, he asks Cory to date one of them while he gets to know the other.

 

34. Turnaround 

First aired: 12/16/1994

 

A "turnaround" dance gives girls a chance to ask guys out, but that doesn't take any pressure off Cory, who now worries about who'll ask him—if anyone. When timid Ingrid takes the plunge, Shawn convinces Cory to accept on condition that they can give her a complete makeover. Result: the now gorgeous Ingrid promptly dumps Cory for the boy she has always been interested in.

 

35. Cyrano 

First aired: 1/6/1995

 

Cory and Shawn help Frankie express his feelings to a schoolmate—who turns out to be Harley's girlfriend.

 

36. I Am Not a Crook 

First aired: 1/13/1995

 

Shawn nominates Cory for class president and manages the campaign—until Cory bows to political pressure and fires him.

 

37. Breaking Up is Really, Really Hard to Do 

First aired: 1/27/1995

 

Cory's new girlfriend is planning their future somewhat relentlessly; Jason introduces Eric to an erotic hairstylist.

 

38. Danger Boy 

First aired: 2/3/1995

 

When his girlfriend's younger cousin comes to town, Eric asks Shawn - instead of Cory - out on a double date; Cory and Feeny ride on a wild new roller coaster as part of Cory's new, reckless image.

 

39. On the Air 

First aired: 2/10/1995

 

Mr. Feeny pulls the plug on Cory and Shawn's high-school radio show after the boys switch to a less than scholarly format.

 

40. By Hook or By Crook 

First aired: 2/17/1995

 

An attractive history tutor helps Eric prepare for a test that might raise his grade average enough to allow him to go on a school trip to Europe, then offers to help him cheat because she finds him attractive; Cory tells Topanga he contracted mono by kissing someone.

 

41. Wrong Side of the Tracks 

First aired: 2/24/1995

 

A demoralized Shawn hangs out with the wrong crowd; Eric gets a dream skating lesson from Nancy Kerrigan.

 

42. Pop Quiz 

First aired: 3/10/1995

 

Shawn and Cory accidentally discover the answers to a one of Mr. Turner's upcoming tests, while turning in a late book report at his house.

 

43. The Thrilla' in Phila' 

First aired: 5/5/1995

 

Cory may finally have an extracurricular activity to list in the yearbook after he's bullied into joining the high school's wrestling team.

 

44. Career Day 

First aired: 5/12/1995

 

Shawn is left feeling like a fifth wheel in Cory's house when his mother drives off with the family's mobile home and his father leaves to track her down.

 

45. Home 

First aired: 5/19/1995

 

Shawn's living with the Matthews begins to take a toll with his very different lifestyle. And Mr. Feeny offers to tell Eric the three secrets to success on the SATs.

 

Season Three

 

46. My Best Friend's Girl 

First aired: 9/22/1995

 

Ignoring Cory's feelings, Shawn asks Topanga on a date.

 

47. The Double Lie 

First aired: 9/29/1995

 

Jonathan tells Shawn he'll be out of town for the weekend, leaving the teen—who has a hot date—to stay with Cory's family.

 

48. What I Meant To Say 

First aired: 10/13/1995

 

Corey gets the cold shoulder from Topanga after he tells her he loves her.

 

49. He Said, She Said 

First aired: 10/20/1995

 

Shawn takes a new guidance counselor's advice literally and decides to run away to Paris; one-time school bully Harley Kiner returns from reform school to face off with the new head bully.

 

50. Hometown Hero 

First aired: 10/27/1995

 

Mr. Feeny smokes the truth out of Corey when the teen is acclaimed a hero for triggering a fire alarm that saved his school—and the life of Janitor Bud.

 

51. This Little Piggy 

First aired: 11/3/1995

 

Shawn adopts a baby pig, which he calls Little Cory; and feuds with Topanga when she insists an apartment is not a proper porker environment.

 

52. Truth and Consequences 

First aired: 11/10/1995

 

Cory and Shawn soil Janitor Bud's reputation when they produce a videotaped report on time-clock fraud for media-arts class.

 

53. Rave On 

First aired: 11/17/1995

 

Eric goes to throw a rave on the same day as his parents Wedding Anniversary. Eric decides to have the rave and the anniversary party at the same time.

 

54. The Last Temptation of Cory 

First aired: 12/1/1995

 

While Topanga is sick, Cory becomes the object of another girl's insistent affections; Eric buys a piece of valuable baseball memorabilia - or so he thinks: a signed photo of a klutzy player two beanballs away from a record.

 

55. Train of Fools 

First aired: 12/15/1995

 

Due to circumstances they would prefer to forget, Eric, Corey, Shawn and Topanga celebrate the New Year in a stranded subway car.

 

57. The Grass is Always Greener 

First aired: 1/12/1996

 

Feeling uncomfortably domesticated, Cory forsakes a date with Topanga for a boys' night out at another school's party, and is mistaken for Shawn - an error he fails to correct when he sees how popular it makes him. Then he discovers that the "French girl" everyone is interested in is a disguised Topanga.

 

58. New Friends and Old 

First aired: 1/19/1996

 

Mr. Feeny asks Cory and Shawn to take school tough guy Frankie under their wing, and they discover his reputation makes the younger students their willing slaves; Jonathan's rich former girlfriend wants to see him again.

 

59. A Kiss is More Than a Kiss 

First aired: 1/26/1996

 

At Shawn's urging, Cory reenters the dating world, but he can't bring himself to kiss his date Melissa because he's still pining for Topanga - who's busy locking lips with another guy.

 

60. The Heart is a Lonely Hunter 

First aired: 2/2/1996

 

After Shawn's bad-boy image costs him a second date with a "nice girl" - who then sets her sights on Cory - he tries to impress her, but is informed that he's not "boyfriend material."

 

61. Stormy Weather 

First aired: 2/9/1996

 

Eric's devotion to the TV station could mean a demotion at school when his internship affects his grades and jeopardizes his chance of graduating; things start to heat up between John and Dana's mom Susan.

 

62. The Pink Flamingo Kid 

First aired: 2/16/1996

 

While filming a video for Shawn, Cory catches some criminals red-handed and wants to enter a TV-news contest, but Shawn objects and destroys the tape because the miscreants are his relatives; a money-hungry Eric searches for valuables amongst his old junk.

 

63. Life Lessons 

First aired: 2/23/1996

 

Cory's classmates choose him to persuade Mr Feeny to revise his onerous exam schedule, but when the teacher refuses, the malcontents retaliate by vandalizing his home. Meanwhile, Eric dates an older woman whom his mother was hoping to fix up with Mr. Turner.

 

64. I Was a Teenage Spy 

First aired: 4/26/1996

 

Cory gets a shock when a microwave mishap transports him back to the 1950s, where his uncanny knowledge of Russian space experiments gets him mistaken for a spy.

 

65. I Never Sang For My Legal Guardian 

First aired: 5/3/1996

 

Jonathan decides he's finally ready to assume responsibility as Shawn's legal guardian, but Shawn longs only to be with his father Chet. Meanwhile, Mr. Feeny strong-arms Eric into tutoring class athlete Jeff.

 

66. The Happiest Show On Earth 

First aired: 5/10/1996

 

Cory finds himself in a predicament when he follows Topanga to Walt Disney World hoping to woo her, and she thinks his affections are directed toward another girl. Meanwhile, Eric covers for his lovelorn brother while he's away. An unabashed plug for the corporation that had recently bought the ABC network. (Smile: note the production number.)

 

67. Brother Brother 

First aired: 5/17/1996

 

Cory dreads his upcoming summer vacation when he realizes that Topanga's going to camp, Shawn's traveling with his father, and Eric's leaving for college - and not coming home again.

 

Season Four

 

68. You Can Go Home Again 

First aired: 9/20/1996

 

Cory agrees to a final pit stop on the way home from a summer road trip - without realizing that Eric intends to make the stop a permanent one because he's "not ready for the summer to end." Meanwhile, Alan reconsiders his career choice after he gets a company award.

 

69. Hair Today, Goon Tomorrow 

First aired: 9/27/1996

 

As Cory's insecurity about his curly hair grows, Topanga tries to show how meaningless appearance is by cutting her own tresses, a deed she instantly regrets. Cory feels insecure about his looks, so Topanga hacks off six inches of her hair in an attempt to prove to him that inner beauty is more important than physical appearance. Her plan backfires when she gets a glimpse of her new "do" and heads straight to the hair salon to rectify the situation. When Topanga emerges with her new look, she gets caught up in the attention she receives, and she quickly loses sight of the point she was trying to make with Cory. Will her friends be able to bring her back down to Earth?

 

70. I Ain't Gonna Spray Lettuce No More 

First aired: 10/4/1996

 

Alan decides to demand a raise - then stuns the family by announcing that he has quit his job as supermarket manager. Sparks fly when Amy becomes furious that Alan has made a decision that affects their lives without consulting her. Eric now feels responsible for supporting the family, even though he doesn't have a job yet! A panicky Cory enlists Shawn's help in learning to cope with poverty while Alan takes Eric camping to clear his head; but Mr. Feeny saves the day by sending the family to a camping goods store he happens to know is for sale. Amy decides to buy it without telling Alan - so Alan will realize his dream of owning his own business and also learn what it's like to be on the receiving end of a unilateral decision. Just as Mr. Feeny thinks he is finally rid of Eric, the repentant young man approaches his former principal for tutoring to help his dad run the family business. (Touchstone press release)

 

71. Fishing for Virna 

First aired: 10/11/1996

 

Cory's newfound appreciation for the meaning of family prompts him to help reunite a hopeful Shawn with his mother, Virna, who has come back to town after searching for a better life. Cory also explores ways to honor the memory of Brenda, the beloved and devoted cafeteria lady.

 

72. Shallow Boy 

First aired: 10/18/1996

 

When Eric offends Corinna, a perky but weird girl who writes strange lyrics, she composes a nasty song about him, and he becomes famous as the motivation behind her hit record. Meanwhile, a bickering Cory and Topanga fear their differing viewpoints on child rearing could affect their long-term future.

 

73. Janitor Dad 

First aired: 10/25/1996

 

When Verna gives Chet an ultimatum about find work, he lands a job as the school janitor, to Shaun's humiliation. Meanwhile, Alan and Eric look for experienced help at the store, and a bizarre mountain man answers their ad.

 

74. Singled Out 

First aired: 11/1/1996

 

Eric says he attends Harvard in order to be on MTV's Singled Out. Meanwhile, Cory is afraid of "disapearing" while getting his tonsils taken out.

 

75. Dangerous Secret 

First aired: 11/8/1996

 

When Cory discovers that attractive Claire has been sleeping over at Shaun's place, he jumps to the obvious conclusion, especially when Shaun swears him to secrecy. But the two teens aren't sleeping together: she's terrified to go home because her father physically abuses her. When Cory learns the truth, he lets Claire sleep in the living room for a couple of nights - and then his parents discover her.

 

76. Sixteen Candles and Four-Hundred-Pound Men 

First aired: 11/15/1996

 

Cory faces a time-space dilemma: how to be simultaneously present at Frankie's father's big wrestling match and Topanga's sweet sixteen party without letting anyone down.

 

77. Turkey Day 

First aired: 11/22/1996

 

Assigned a Thanksgiving weekend assignment to consider how class divisions between the haves and have-nots are at the heart of the conflict in Rwanda, Cory and Shawn hope the Thanksgiving spirit will encourage their families to be better friends, but having the holiday feast at the Hunters' trailer park home is not what the reluctant Matthews family had in mind. Nor, it turns out, does the situation sit well with the other trailer park residents. Meanwhile, Frankie's little brother Herman asks permission to court Morgan; and everyone winds up eating dinner at Frankie's table which "always has room for more."

 

78. An Affair to Forget 

First aired: 11/29/1996

 

Shawn is in a state of shock when his very beautiful, very haughty girlfriend, Jennifer, dumps him. She agrees to get back together on one condition: that Shawn has nothing to do with Cory ever again. This doesn't set well with either of them and the two friends begin seeing each other covertly to avoid Jennifer's wrath. Only the levelheaded Topanga has the insight to solve Cory and Shawn's dilemma. Meanwhile, Eric thinks he's onto a get-rich-quick scheme when he rents a theater for a one-man show he's written called Look at Me, Look at Me, and charges $30 a ticket. (Touchstone press release)

 

79. Easy Street 

First aired: 12/13/1996

 

Comedy veterans Buddy Hackett and Soupy Sales play two businessmen of a shady sort who hire Cory and, subsequently, Shawn to run "errands" for them. Since it is just before Christmas, Cory decides he can use the money for his holiday shopping. However, Cory quits once he figures out that the two gents are not on the up-and-up. Shawn takes over, but Cory soon persuades his pal to quit as well, before he gets in over his head - or hit over the head. (Touchstone press release.)

 

80. B & B's B'n B 

First aired: 1/10/1997

 

Shawn, bent on proving to Feeny that he can make it in the business world, convinces Cory to turn Feeny's quaint home into a Bed & Breakfast Inn economics-class project while their unsuspecting teacher is out of town. Meanwhile, Eric and Feeny surprise each other when they end up better friends while on vacation at the same hotel - especially when Eric passes up a date with a female bartender to console Feeny over the failure of his long-term long distance romance.

 

81. Wheels 

First aired: 1/17/1997

 

Alan finds himself at a crossroads when Cory, armed with a new driver's license on his 16th birthday, would rather celebrate with Shawn and Topanga than with him.

 

82. Chick Like Me 

First aired: 1/31/1997

 

The war between the sexes starts heating up at John Adams High when the boys realize that girls expect different things when out on a date. When it is suggested to Cory that his school newspaper column is a tad boring, Shawn gives him a story idea on dating and sexual harassment based on the book they're reading in Mr. Feeny's class: Black Like Me. After Cory emerges from the bathroom in full regalia, it is decided that Shawn would make a better girl: he's studied them much more carefully. Making his debut at school, Shawn, now Veronica Wasboyski, immediately gets asked out by Gary, one of the school's more well-known Lotharios. Shawn soon finds out what it's like to push off a teen boy's advances. Meanwhile, Eric tries to teach mountain-reared Lonnie how to get along with city men.

 

83. A Long Walk To Pittsburgh (1) 

First aired: 2/7/1997

 

When Cory discovers the reason why his girlfriend, Topanga, and Shawn are acting like more than just friends - in fact, kissing - he must come to grips with an important change in his life. What's worse than the peck is the reason behind it: Topanga's moving away to Pittsburgh.

 

84. A Long Walk To Pittsburgh (2) 

First aired: 2/14/1997

 

A couple of surprise visitors may hold the cure for a lovesick Cory, who is trying to put his life back together now that his sweetheart, Topanga, has moved away. When she runs away to see him again, Cory must persuade his parents—and Topanga's prudish Aunt Prudence—that theirs is a true love.

 

85. Uncle Daddy 

First aired: 2/28/1997

 

When Eric learns his new girlfriend Kelly has a son, he's confident he's mature enough to handle the responsibility - but too scared to tell his parents about it. Meanwhile, Cory and his friends prepare for the dreaded.

 

86. Quiz Show 

First aired: 3/21/1997

 

The producers of a dull but prestigious academic bowl sense a hit after Cory, Shawn and Topanga become star contestants by enlivening the show with their humor and pop culture knowledge. But the price of success is changing the questions from brainy to brainless in order to allow Cory and Shawn to win.

 

87. Security Guy 

First aired: 4/4/1997

 

Eric blames Amy rather than Alan after he's fired from the store; and when they pressure him to go to college, he gets a job as a security guard and moves out of the house. Meanwhile, Cory, Shawn and Topanga prepare to write their SATs, and Mr. Feeny tries to persuade Eric he should try again as well.

 

88. Cult Fiction 

First aired: 4/25/1997

 

When a lonely Shawn starts hanging around with a new group of people he describes as "not a cult," Jonathan tries to stop him before it's too late.

 

89. Learning to Fly 

First aired: 4/25/1997

 

Cory's in a jam when coed Mary Beth makes a pass at him while he's visiting a college with Shawn and Eric. Meanwhile, Eric considers attending an easy school.

 

Season Five

 

90. Brothers 

First aired: 10/3/1997

 

Cory is so upset when Eric moves back home that he vows to find him a place to stay. But the perfect roommate he picks out is Shawn's long-lost half-brother, and there's no love lost as far as Shawn is concerned.

 

91. Boy Meets Real World 

First aired: 10/10/1997

 

New roommates Eric, Shawn and Jack are the focus of Cory's student film, and it isn't long before the trio's plot thickens: Shawn and Jack can't get along as brothers. Meanwhile, Topanga thinks Cory should prove himself more of a friend than a filmmaker.

92. It's Not You ... It's Me 

First aired: 10/17/1997

 

After Shawn and Cory agree to attend the same college, Shawn learns Cory's made interview plans on his own - and the two decide it's time to go their separate ways. Meanwhile, Eric thinks befriending the dean will ease his and Jack's college experience.

 

93. Fraternity Row 

First aired: 10/24/1997

 

After attending a college class and engaging in a winning debate with a professor, an empowered Shawn neglects high-school tasks in favor of collegiate ones - and gets suspended. Meanwhile, Eric forms his own fraternity (Magnum Pi), and arouses the Dean's suspicions.

 

94. The Witches of Pennbrook 

First aired: 10/31/1997

 

Witches seem to be invading Pennbrook College when Jack's new spooky girlfriend Millie causes a serious rift between the roommates after Eric tells Jack that he caught her practicing witchcraft; and an unsuspecting Eric goes on a date with a teenaged witch named Sabrina. Guest Hart crosses over in her role from Sabrina, the Teenage Witch. Meanwhile, Cory takes Topanga on her first airplane ride, flown by a not-so-bright pilot.

 

95. No Guts, No Cory 

First aired: 11/7/1997

 

The time ball swallowed by Salem the Cat from Sabrina, the Teenage Witch takes everyone back to the 1940s: Cory becomes a soldier fighting on the dangerous front lines in Europe, who wants his best buddy Shawn to marry his girl Topanga if he doesn't return.

 

96. I Love You, Donna Karan (1) 

First aired: 11/14/1997

 

Shawn's steadfast rule of dating girls only for a fixed two-week period leads him to break up with Angela; then he finds himself falling in love with the owner of a purse he finds, since the contents indicate that she is the girl of his dreams. Meanwhile, Eric studies for a test with the help of an invisible Mr. Feeny, while Jack wonders about Eric's sanity.

 

97. Chasing Angela (2) 

First aired: 11/14/1997

 

An eager Cory encourages Shawn to consider the same type of long-term relationship he has with Topanga - except that the two of them start not to get along so well. Meanwhile, Jack and Eric are nervous about hosting Thanksgiving dinner for the Matthews family at their new apartment.

 

98. How to Succeed in Business 

First aired: 11/28/1997

 

Confident Cory is amazed when Shawn is more successful at their work-study jobs: Shawn proves to be a whiz at public relations, while Cory gets stuck in the mail room. Meanwhile, Amy goes back to college, but her participation in Eric's creative writing class embarrasses him with her extremely frank self-revelations.

 

99. Last Tango in Philly 

First aired: 12/5/1997

 

Cory and Shawn are loco with jealousy when the girls get jobs at a Mexican restaurant and start dancing the night away with two handsome, suave co-workers.

 

100. A Very Topanga Christmas 

First aired: 12/19/1997

 

Cory wonders if he's being henpecked when Topanga spends the holidays with the Matthews family and takes charge of the festivities. Cory (Ben Savage) plans to surprise Topanga (Danielle Fishel), who's spending Christmas at his house, with a promise ring that means they'll be together forever. But he's unnerved by moments of doubt after learning that he and Topanga - who have so much in common---have very different holiday traditions: she drinks cider rather than eggnog; she prefers a fresh-cut tree to an aluminum one; and she opens gifts on Christmas Eve, not in the morning. When it seems Topanga's unwilling to compromise, Cory has serious misgivings about the ring - and their future.

 

101. Raging Cory 

First aired: 1/9/1998

 

Cory gets so upset that Alan engages only in conversation with him, but plays sports with Eric, that he knocks Alan down. So Alan and Eric kidnap Cory and take him sky diving. Afterward, Cory feels better, but now Eric's miffed that he and his dad rarely have meaningful chats.

 

102. The Eskimo 

First aired: 1/16/1998

 

Upset that the seniors are slacking off, Mr. Feeny threatens to issue F's and assigns personal goals to Shawn, Topanga and Cory: Shawn is to find two tickets to the Superbowl, Cory is to help him, and Topanga is to refrain from interfering. Meanwhile, Eric and Jack search for soul mates.

 

103. Heartbreak Cory 

First aired: 2/6/1998

 

When Cory sprains his ankle during the Senior Class ski trip, he can't let on to Topanga that he feels attracted to the young lady who's been assigned to take care of him.

 

104. First Girlfriends Club 

First aired: 2/13/1998

 

It's Valentine's Day, and Shawn's jilted exes are so sure he'll ruin his date with Angela that they kidnap him to keep him from hurting her. Meanwhile, Cory's in trouble after Topanga reads a letter to him from another girl.

 

105. Torn Between Two Lovers (Feeling Like a Fool) 

First aired: 2/27/1998

 

Cory is torn between making up with Topanga, or allowing himself to see how it would be to go out with the girl he met during the Senior Class ski trip. Meanwhile, Feeny entrusts Eric to be a substitute teacher for Feeny's Citizenship class.

 

106. And Then There Was Shawn 

First aired: 2/27/1998

 

A fun and frenzied spoof of the movie Scream finds a shrouded killer terrorizing the teens. The mystery begins when the gang is locked inside the school during detention. Before too long they receive an ominous message written in blood, and a classmate is fatally punctured with a pencil. Panic sets in for all but Shawn, a horror-film buff whose predictions of how events will unfold are dead on until his No. 1 suspect—Mr. Feeny—is killed. Suspicions first turn to a creepy janitor, and then mysterious new student Jennifer. But the newcomer claims she was locked in a classroom while the carnage was taking place. Note: In this episode Eric and Jack reveal that they are both not virgins.

 

107. If You Can't Be With the One You Love... 

First aired: 3/6/1998

 

Cory tries to get over his estrangement from Topanga by drinking alcohol at a party, but there's more trouble in store after Cory convinces Shawn to drink too. Later that day, Cory and Shawn are arrested, and vow that they will never drink again. Cory keeps his promise; Shawn doesn't. Soon Shawn becomes addicted!

 

108. Eric Hollywood 

First aired: 3/20/1998

 

After a surprisingly superb Shakespearean acting debut, Eric is invited to study at two prestigious theatrical institutions—but instead he opts to join the hit TV sitcom Kid Gets Acquainted with the Universe. Accompanied by Mr. Feeny, he heads for the studio, where he is appalled to discover that the shallow, egotistical and neurotic actors are not at all like their roles, and quickly gets fired for standing up for himself. Meanwhile, Topanga tries to salvage her relationship with Shawn, who's not sure he can remain friends with both her and Cory in the wake of their breakup.

 

109. Starry Night 

First aired: 4/3/1998

 

A once in a lifetime Van Gogh retrospective makes Cory blue: he stood in line all night to get tickets for himself and Topanga, but she has gone with Angela instead - and met a terrific, intelligent and sensitive guy, Ricky, who claims she has already changed his life once (by beaning him in softball and convincing him to give up sports for art), spends all day with her looking at Van Gogh's "Starry Night," and demands a dinner date with her. Cory remains adamant that he will love Topanga forever and that kissing Lauren meant nothing to him. Topanga can't bring herself to believe him until Ricky kisses her - and she rushes to tell Cory that it meant nothing to her and that she still loves him.

 

110. Honesty Night 

First aired: 4/24/1998

 

A reconciled Cory and Topanga pretend to be estranged so Shawn can be the one to "reunite" them, despite Mr. Feeny's warning that they are "boarding the train of terrible mistakes". Shawn's mediation tactics lead to more turmoil for the duo: when he encourages them to be open about their hurt feelings, they insult each other and break up again. It's finally up to Shawn (with an assist from Cory's parents) to set things straight once and for all.

 

111. Prom-ises, Prom-ises 

First aired: 5/1/1998

 

Mature issues are raised as prom night sets the stage for a possible consummation of Cory and Topanga's relationship. It's a big night for the high schoolers, and Shawn and Cory plan to "leave as boys and come back men." Angela quickly decides she and Shawn aren't ready for sex, but Topanga feels that she and Cory are ready, as long as the night goes "exactly, perfectly right." Despite a lecture on responsibility from his dad, Cory rents a hotel room; then things get complicated when Cory's parents arrive at the same hotel. Seems they have their own event to celebrate: Amy is expecting.

 

112. Things Change 

First aired: 5/8/1998

 

The anxiously awaited college acceptance letters have finally arrived. But Cory, who expects his longtime friends will want to continue as classmates, finds that everything can't always go according to his plan. Cory's upset when Shawn is put on a waiting list for college. And he's downright distraught when Shawn gets accepted but plans to work as a photographer's assistant instead.

 

113. Graduation 

First aired: 5/15/1998

 

Cory tries to hide his lying eyes and convince Topanga that he wants her to go away to Yale; and Shawn surprises everyone with his indifference toward graduation. Meanwhile, Eric tries to keep Mr. Feeny from retiring; and Topanga slyly secures the valedictorian position. Topanga proposes to Cory.

 

Season Six

 

114. His Answer (1) 

First aired: 9/25/1998

 

Stunned by Topanga's surprise proposal, Cory ponders what his answer should be, with Shawn encouraging him to say yes, while Angela tries to convince Topanga they are too young to consider marriage yet. Eventually the discussion involves Cory's parents, who themselves eloped when forbidden to marry and while everyone continues to argue, Cory and Topanga quietly slip away to a justice of the peace. But when Cory says "I do. I always have and I always will," Topanga is suddenly frozen with indecision. Meanwhile, since Shawn has announced his intention to room at college with Cory, Eric and Jack enthusiastically take in a new roomie: a gorgeous girl who has just broken up with her boyfriend.

 

115. Her Answer (2) 

First aired: 10/2/1998

 

If he was stunned when Topanga proposed, Cory is speechless when Topanga finds she can't say "I do"; but on the long drive home he admits she was right, they are not ready to be married, and they want their families to be there when they are ready. They return home to find everyone assembled for a newlywed's party and, before they can announce the truth, an angry diatribe from Amy. Meanwhile, both Eric and Jack start vying for the attention of grateful new roommate Rachel; and the newlywed party gets turned into a retirement party for Mr. Feeny interrupted by an angry diatribe from Eric.

 

116. Ain't College Great? 

First aired: 10/9/1998

 

On the first day of college, an ambitious Cory fills his schedule with tough courses but quickly cracks under the pressure and flees to Mr. Feeny's side in Wyoming. Meanwhile, Eric tries to be more sensitive so Rachel will be attracted to him.

 

117. Friendly Persuasion 

First aired: 10/19/1998

 

After she and Shawn call it quits because he wants to meet new people, Angela shuns Cory's offer of support, claiming they were never really friends; but after Cory pursues her into the coed bathroom (which he has been too terrified to enter), Angela confesses that she still has feelings for Shawn, pledging him to keep her secret "between friends." Meanwhile, Eric encounters Mr. Feeny in class as a student; but the presentation Feeny and Rachel make on free will versus environment only convinces the Dean that Feeny can only function in his present environment as a teacher.

 

118. Better Than The Average Cory 

First aired: 10/23/1998

 

After Cory is introduced to art prodigy Alexandra Nechita, he develops an inferiority complex and blames his lack of skills on his "average" father. Meanwhile, Alexandra, lonely touring without anyone her own age, befriends Morgan.

 

119. Hogs and Kisses 

First aired: 10/30/1998

 

After a director has Shawn and Topanga kiss while making a promotional film, Cory—certain the duo are harboring romantic feelings for one another—directs them to go on a date and explore their emotions. Meanwhile, Eric and Jack pretend to be mannerly in front of Rachel.

 

120. Everybody Loves Stuart 

First aired: 11/6/1998

 

Brother meets brother as Fred Savage guest stars in a sometimes intense episode directed by series regular William Russ. Savage is cast as Stuart, a hip college teacher who's a favorite with students because he treats them as equals. But in a surprising departure from his squeaky clean Wonder Years and Working personas, Savage plays a Jekyll-and-Hyde character whose true colors are revealed when he hits on Topanga in her dorm room. When Cory later strikes back - literally - on behalf of his fiancée, Stuart tries to have him thrown out of school.

 

121. You're Married You're Dead 

First aired: 11/13/1998

 

To prove he's still "one of the guys" despite being engaged, Cory goes to a bikini club with scantily clad waitresses, where he loses his engagement ring and desperately tries to keep Topanga from finding out. She of course does - and reminds Cory that wearing the ring was his idea, and that he remains free to do what he wants within reason. Meanwhile, Rachel, at work on a term paper dealing with how women influence male bonding, observes Eric's and Jack's off-the-wall behavior with cool amusement.

 

122. Poetic License: An Ode to Holden Caulfield 

First aired: 11/20/1998

 

After deriding a student poem read by Mr. Feeney, Cory is brought up short to learn that it was written by Shawn. Their conflict deepens when the gang attends a coffee house open poetry night: a reluctant Shawn is pressured to read his work but can't go through with it, so Cory reads the poem instead, then is confronted by a furious Shawn who reveals that the poem is about his unresolved feelings for Angela. Meanwhile, Eric comes up with an unusual way to deal with his fellow students' exam stress.

 

123. And in Case I Don't See Ya 

First aired: 12/4/1998

 

In an effort to become more popular, Eric creates a TV show similar to The Truman Show featuring his roommates, but it's Rachel who becomes the campus darling. Meanwhile, Cory and Shawn expect special treatment from Mr. Feeny.

 

124. Santa's Little Helpers 

First aired: 12/11/1998

 

Now that Cory and Topanga both know that Shawn and Angela still love each other, they have conflicting views on what to do about it -- especially when, unbeknownst to each other, Cory invites Shawn to join their family Christmas while Topanga invites Angela. Topanga wants to let well enough alone, but Cory misses no opportunity to throw his friends together, but the consequences are not exactly what he wants: after they finally kiss, Angela expresses her love for Shawn, but he protests that he is "not ready" to make the same commitment and she storms off for good. Meanwhile, Eric takes his store Santa job a little too seriously when he convinces Rachel and Jack to help him steal his family's gifts in order to make underprivileged children happy.

 

125. Cutting the Cord 

First aired: 1/8/1999

 

Shawn and Angela draw up a restraining order forbidding Cory and Topanga from any further interference in their romantic lives, but Shawn still has a difficult time seeing Angela date someone else -- especially when they all wind up in the same restaurant together. Meanwhile, Alan tries to overcome his feeling too old for another baby by shopping for a motorcycle, and Eric becomes an over-enthusiastic birthing coach.

 

126. We'll Have A Good Time Then 

First aired: 1/22/1999

 

Shawn and Jack's ne'er-do-well father Chet reappears on campus suddenly and, confronted by an angry Shawn, promises that he has come to stay and make amends to his sons for never being there for them. But after treating them to a steak dinner and consuming a piece of Rachel's "killer" chocolate cake, Chet suffers a heart attack. Shawn reveals that his anger at his father is partly fear that his own apparent inability to connect emotionally is inherited, and it appears a reconciliation might taken place -- then Chet has a second attack and dies. This is a powerful and quite touching episode, with a particularly affecting performance from Rider Strong, marred only by the obligatory presence of the entire cast in the emergency ward.

 

127. Getting Hitched 

First aired: 1/29/1999

 

Cory and Topanga play "The Fiancée Game" to prove how compatible they are, and are crushed when Eric and Rachel prove to know far more about each other than they do. Topanga suggests a quick solution: they should live together on campus and really get to know each other. (Cory mistakenly thinks this means sex and buys satin pyjamas and sheets.) Living together shows them sides of each other they're not too crazy about: for example, his big toe clipping flies across the room and lodges in her already-applied facial cream. Meanwhile, Shawn has ignored Jack's repeated call about clearing out Chet's trailer, and, once persuaded, is freshly outraged to discover evidence that Chet went to Jack's stepfather for help in financing Shawn's college education. He decides to take the trailer out on the highway and convinces Cory to accompany him "for the weekend," but oddly insists on saying goodbye to Topanga. Then Jack, who has been struggling to contain his own grief in deference to Shawn's feelings, falls apart and cries helplessly in Rachel's arms; and Eric walks in to find them kissing passionately.

 

128. Road Trip 

First aired: 2/5/1999

 

To take his mind off his dad's death, Shawn takes Cory along on a soul-searching road trip in Chet's trailer, where they end up at a truck stop where the young waitresses (portrayed by band Nobody's Angel) are searching for something more, just like Shawn -- and Cory discovers that Shawn has no intention of returning home. Shawn must persuade Cory to let him go, just as the girls' father/boss must let them find their own way. Meanwhile, Eric tries to understand the kiss he witnessed between Jack and Rachel -- as do they; and Shawn discovers that his father, a truck stop regular, was secretly very proud of him. In a surprise code, Chet's ghost appears to Shawn as father and son finally reconcile their differences and Shawn drives off into his uncertain future.

 

129. My Baby Valentine 

First aired: 2/12/1999

 

Cory becomes upset when Topanga seems less interested in spending Valentine's Day with him than with consoling Amy about the last stages of her pregnancy, so when Topanga decides to cheer Amy up with a baby shower, Cory takes charge. Unfortunately his concept of a baby shower turns out to be a female version of a bachelor party, complete with a pizza-guy stripper, but the disgusted guests are distracted when Amy's waters break and she is rushed to hospital for a premature delivery -- one which the new Matthews baby may not survive. Meanwhile, Shawn is still on the road to nowhere; Morgan is less than happy about the arrival of a new sibling; and Jack and Rachel worry about the effect of revealing their new relationship to Eric -- who announces he already knows, and is moving out.

 

130. Resurrection 

First aired: 2/19/1999

 

While everyone anxiously awaits news about newly born Joshua Matthews, Cory's continued self-absorption alienates Topanga, who now considers herself a member of the Matthews family. Even Eric's little friend Tommy views Joshua as his new "brother." It's only when Shawn returns and is accepted by the elder Matthews as "family" does Cory realize where his true values lie. (And, of course, the baby turns out to be fine, though the anxiety of the other parents of premature infants is not minimized.)

 

131. Can I Help to Cheer You? 

First aired: 3/12/1999

 

Topanga is in wedding plan mode, and persuades (strong-arms) Cory into accompanying her, Shawn and Angela to a posh ceremony in the hall of her dreams -- where an unhappy father of the bride offers Cory a million dollars to marry his daughter. Meanwhile, Tommy pleads with a heartbroken Eric to adopt him so he won't have to move to California, and Eric pretends to no longer want Tommy so he can be happy with his new family.

 

132. Bee True 

First aired: 4/9/1999

 

The series returns to form as Cory and Shawn unite for the last time as a "bad boy" team to help Mr. Feeny, whose hesitation in declaring his feelings for Dean Bolander looks like a fatal mistake when her ex-husband Curtis returns from an expedition bent on winning her back. Shawn and Cory trash the interloper's lab and blame in on a jealous rage by Feeny -- who then saves Dean Bolander's life for real by swatting the rare bee brought back by Curtis just before it stings his highly allergic love. She explains that she was not taken in for a moment by the boys' ruse -- just impressed that Feeny's students care about him so much. Meanwhile, Rachel challenges Jack to take her out on a real date.

 

133. The Truth About Honesty 

First aired: 4/30/1999

 

When Cory and Topanga make an agreement to tell the truth about everything and everyone, their totally honest pact creates tension at Rachel and Jack's first dinner party. When the party guests play a game that forces them to also tell the truth, personal feelings are revealed that they would rather keep to themselves.

 

134. The Psychotic Episode 

First aired: 5/7/1999

 

When Cory has nightmares where the recurring theme finds him trying to kill Shawn in imaginative ways, he goes to Feeny for an interpretation. Meanwhile, Eric finds a new, but odd, roommate -- one who seems to have seen Hitchcock's "Psycho" once too often.

 

135. State of the Unions 

First aired: 5/14/1999

 

While Cory deals with his anxieties about his impending marriage, Topanga's parents (real-life couple Annette O'Toole and Michael McKean) come for a visit and reveal some unexpected news: they are on the brink of separating. Meanwhile, Feeny pops the question to Dean Bolander (real-life husband and wife William Daniels and Bonnie Bartlett), and they agree to get married in the Matthews living-room; and a self-pitying Eric asks Shawn for advice on how to cope with losing Rachel to Jack.

 

Season Seven

 

136. Show Me the Love 

First aired: 9/24/1999

 

Conclusion of last season's cliffhanger. Distraught to learn that her parents are getting divorced, Topanga tells Cory she wants to call off their wedding, so he and Shawn travel to Pittburgh in an attempt to persuade her parents to get back together—only to learn that Jedediah has left Rhiannon for another woman. Eric gets a new haircut.

 

137. For Love and Apartments 

First aired: 10/1/1999

 

Since both couples—Cory and Topanga, Shawn and Angela—have split up, the girls decide to challenge the boys to a wresting match which will decide who gets to keep the apartment. Pro wrestler Mankind refs the match, which the girls win handily—and Eric vows revenge on Topanga for beating him up so easily.

 

138. Angela's Men 

First aired: 10/8/1999

 

Angela, who has been mysteriously reluctant to get back together with Shawn, deals with her reasons after a surprise visit from her military father. Shawn tries to impress Angela by going through basic training, but she is unmoved until Sgt. Moore reveals the reason for her pessimism: he was deserted by Angela's mother, and she fears she will do the same to Shawn. Meanwhile, Cory persists in getting Topanga to renew their engagement.

 

139. No Such Thing as a Sure Thing 

First aired: 10/15/1999

 

On the eve of the big game, Eric gets Jack in over his head with a bookie, while Topanga decides to put her money on Cory after her mom visits.

 

140. You Light Up My Union 

First aired: 10/22/1999

 

Jack and Eric learn the art of dealing with each other when they take over as managers of the student union. Meanwhile, Rachel reads the guys the riot act after Cory and Shawn pry into her diary.

 

141. They're Killing Us 

First aired: 10/29/1999

 

Topanga and Cory hash out their wedding woes, which include his selection for best man and her dress-hating bridesmaids. Meanwhile, Alan and Amy try to cut costs by hiring Feeny as the big day's musical attraction.

 

142. It's About Time 

First aired: 11/5/1999

 

Cory and Topanga's big day hits a major hitch after Eric alters their wedding locale and Shawn quits as best man.

 

143. The Honeymooners 

First aired: 11/12/1999

 

Eric follows Cory and Topanga to their tropical honeymoon, a destination where the newlyweds consider relocating, permanently. But as the days go by, each of the trio discovers the true meaning of family and friends and the comforts of home.

 

144. The Honeymoon is Over 

First aired: 11/19/1999

 

The honeymoon is over for Cory and Topanga: the newlyweds realize they have no home to call their own, after Shawn moves into the girls' apartment and the Matthews refuse to take them in.

 

145. Pickett Fences 

First aired: 11/21/1999

 

Cory and Topanga realize that a house is not for them after Shawn sells them on working together to fix up their apartment. Meanwhile, Angela and Rachel play the roommate shuffle once again; and Jack and Eric get a new boss at the student union.

 

146. What A Drag! 

First aired: 12/3/1999

 

Jack and Eric find life a drag when they pose as women—ugly women—to escape the clutches of a campus goon. Meanwhile, Topanga can't paint over her horror when Cory redecorates the apartment.

 

147. Family Trees 

First aired: 12/17/1999

 

Shawn struggles to accept the fact that he has no idea who his parents are. Meanwhile, Eric puts together a surprise party for his dad, who has an even bigger surprise for the despondent Shawn.

 

148. The Provider 

First aired: 1/7/2000

 

Cory and Topanga's love nest turns into a battle zone after she lands a better job than his at-home telemarketing gig. Meanwhile, Eric gets his money's worth out of a lucky penny, until he passes it on to his brother.

 

149. I'm Gonna Be Like You, Dad 

First aired: 1/28/2000

 

Topanga develops an acute case of Cory-itis after he overreacts to his low score in a magazine's health quiz (which indicates he should already be dead). Meanwhile, Eric joins the family business and shocks his father by doing well at it—while Amy, in turn, is shocked at Alan's lack of faith in his son.

 

150. The War (1) 

First aired: 2/11/2000

 

A fierce war of pranks ensues after Cory and Shawn diss Rachel (Shawn parks in her parking spot). Cory, Shawn and Topanga take on Rachel, Angela and Jack, with Eric acting as a neutral spy in both camps.

 

151. Seven the Hard Way (2) 

First aired: 2/11/2000

 

After a war of harmless pranks goes too far and threatens to break up the old gang, Feeney steps in to help mend fences. But he finds that even his intervention may not be enough to reunite the once-tight teens. We then see into the future, a few years later, to see what everyone will be like if they go their separate ways.

 

152. She's Having My Baby Back Ribs 

First aired: 3/3/2000

 

When Topanga diets to stem a slight weight gain, Cory panics that her new size may be due to a different type of baby fat. Meanwhile, Eric has a hard time watching his own weight.

 

153. How Cory and Topanga Got Their Groove Back 

First aired: 3/17/2000

 

Cory and Topanga try to shed their humdrum personas by hosting a bash on the same night as the school's biggest party of the year. Meanwhile, Jack concocts a get-rich-quick scheme after a bump on the head bestows Eric with telepathic powers.

 

154. Brotherly Shove 

First aired: 3/31/2000

 

Family ties threaten to choke Eric and Cory when they argue over what to sell—and what to save—at a Matthew’s garage sale. Meanwhile, Jack and Shawn try to become more brotherly, but can't find anything in common to bond over.

 

155. As Time Goes By 

First aired: 4/7/2000

 

A stressed-out Topanga is sucked back in time into a black and white 1940s world where she cannot remember her past. She hopes the suave owner of the Shangri-La cafe and its eccentric patrons (portrayed by the show's cast) can provide clues to her identity.

 

156. Angela's Ashes 

First aired: 4/28/2000

 

When Angela's father says he wants to take her to Europe for a year, Cory thinks Shawn isn't being honest with himself if he lets the girl that he loves go away. Meanwhile, graduating seniors Eric, Jack and Rachel figure out their plans after college.

 

157. Brave New World (1) 

First aired: 5/5/2000

 

In the clip-filled finale, Cory wrestles with his fear of moving to New York for Topanga's internship, triggering—in flashbacks—a host of memories. When he finally opts to take Manhattan, it turns out that Shawn, Jack and Eric have all made big moving plans of their own.

 

158. Brave New World (2) 

First aired: 5/5/2000

 

In the clip-filled finale, Cory wrestles with his fear of moving to New York for Topanga's internship, triggering—in flashbacks—a host of memories. When he finally opts to take Manhattan, it turns out that Shawn, Jack and Eric have all made big moving plans of their own. But before anyone leaves town, the crew makes one last stop: Mr. Feeny's classroom. There, they bid an emotional farewell to their mentor, who offers them one last bit of advice before they go out and meet the world.

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