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The moment Riley and her friends have been waiting for is finally here. High School! As the group continues to adjust to the rigors of high school, their friendships are tested as they join different sports teams and academic clubs. And after receiving a bad grade, Riley realizes high school scores count toward her permanent record! High school is a whole new world.

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I sense deep anger in you Sean and Christian. Tread carefully friends. For anger leads to hate, and hate leads to the Dark Side. On second thought, turn to the Dark Side and learn Force Lightning because that'd be really awesome. Yeah, this is largely bullshit. I think a lot of my frustration has to do with how drawn-out this is. This whole thing started when? Yearbook, right? Maya tried to be Riley, and learned that her classmates preferred Riley's ray of sunshine to Maya's biting sarcasm.

If Uriah hadn't gotten hurt, and put Josh on the sidelines, we'd likely have been done with this mess. Remember, he was supposed to be in "New Year" and "Legacy," so with that, and if we'd gotten a condensed Maya-identity crisis in Season 2 Did we really need "Money" or "Commonism"? At least "I Am Farkle" advanced the plot , a good chunk of this would be a lot more believable. I never thought it was possible to hate a character that I am supposed to root for as much as I hate Friar.

It was completely out-of-bounds for him to be so irrationally angry. He wasn't dating her at the time, and he seemed a little too defensive when he was confronted. Important is a relative term--what Riley thinks is trivial Friar could consider important, and vice versa. What happens if Riley talks about something she didn't think was important, and Friar gets angry?

That's a recipe for trouble that is. I've said it before, and Lord knows I'll say it again: Friar doesn't like Riley. He likes that she likes him.

He likes being given undue praise and showered with affection. Mercifully, the writers said on Twitter that "the wrong choices are being made," so I don't think either of these relationships is going to be around for long. I enjoyed your reviews because they were hilarious and made me laugh! I agree that there were story plots that were unneeded like Riley and her ankle or maya doing her weird switcharoo, manipulation crap to get Riley and Lucas together, and how the show like you said is always at 10 and needs to bring it down a notch, and YES!

These kids were never outside Nature teacher. I did however love this episode! I am a Maya and josh fan and hated Lucas and Maya together. This episode reminded me and this is gonna doing ridiculously cheesy, the magic that is BMW. I need to trust even though certain things in the episode are dumb and for 12 year olds I need to remember the heart of the show that gave us GMW and things will work out in a way that makes sense.

Maya and josh make sense Maya not dating for two more years doesn't but her sticking with her crush does. Lucas and Riley make sense for the sole purpose they can be that annoying lovey couple that Cory always tried to be in BMW but secretly made us all want what he and topanga had.

I come here after like every episode, and find myself laughing so hard at their reviews. Why is Maya not going to date for two years? Also, I didn't think Josh said, 2 years and then we can date.

Josh was kind of vague about an actual time wasn't he? His point was right now the age difference was a big deal, but in the future, it wouldn't be. That future might be as long as 8 years away, when they are both out of college with careers.

I was going off the review when it said it gave the illusion Maya may not date because she wants to wait for josh, not saying it's actually going happen. I think the age difference was complete crap, there is so much more context to this family that Maya and josh being together is not a big deal. If they were complete strangers meeting, maybe I'm not saying they should date now, but the age difference shouldn't be the reason why maybe just letting josh do college is a better reason for me.

And no, josh didn't say 'in two years' they just said that's the age difference I agree with Cryptid, I think Uriahs accident kinda forced them into this position. I think we would have gotten this in 'New Year' and 'Legacy' but hasty rewrites and reshoots were needed after he was injured. I don't think Maya ever stopped liking Josh over Lucas but since they couldn't expressly mention Josh without having him there, they had to push this stupid triangle on us.

Now that it's over it'll be interesting to get back to stuff that isn't triangle focused, like Shawns wedding which I think is next week, since the episode is 'Meets I Do' I still think this show has a lot of potential and I hope that it isn't going to get cancelled, or if it does, it moves to a new network or even Netflix.

What has hurt GMW are the Disney standards and practices neutering the show and I feel it could flourish if those strict guidelines are taken away from them Still if Season 3 has to be the end, it seems like that finale is going to be an epic one, just for Alan and Eric being back! That's my big question right now: is Season 3 the end?

Because the HUGE reunion finale sure makes it seem that way. GMW is far from a perfect show, but I want it to last for one or two more seasons. Good question Chris. Say goodbye to the old crew one last time to focus on the new kids? We'll see. I disliked Maya and Josh getting together most. The age difference isn't as big a deal so much as the life stages.

He's a freshman in college and she's a freshman in high school. That's not okay, or appropriate. I don't even know what to say about it. Also, he was a counselor at the trip, and now he's dating one of the students. I didn't like the decision or the episode really. How is that anywhere approximately appropriate? How is that even remotely worthy of consideration? This is why "Tell-Tale Tot" pissed me off so much and this is one of the few aspects of the story that still doesn't sit well with me.

Had Josh been any other teenaged guy who was slightly older than Maya, this would be much better. But I give props to Uriah, who manages to play off Sabrina's awkwardness with his own. He shows off a little bit of vulnerability which is sorely needed for some of the male characters. You can't control who you like; so I don't have an issue with Maya. But Josh should be firmly against this, because of various reasons, not just the age.

His niece's best friend, someone his brother treats like a daughter amongst them. But maybe, just maybe, Josh is saying 'maybe someday' because he knows what teenage girls are like. He knows that leave Maya alone for a few years, her attention may have turned elsewhere. I hear you guys. But knowing this show, I think they explicitly meant they will date sometime in the future because Josh wanted to. And no, you can't help who you feel, but I can't help thinking that Maya probably felt deeper for Lucas than Josh.

It seems like Topanga's crush on Eric almost. It feels like everything is resetting to season one. Which is wrong. It should be growing. New scenarios should emerge. It's been two years. There should be more than this. Honestly, I'm hoping Josh and Maya lead to a big lesson and ultimately crash and burn.

Otherwise, little girls will watch this and think it's okay. Just because Josh is a nice guy, doesn't mean all guys that age are. I have considered the similarities to Topanga's crush. But at least when Eric confronted Topanga, she backed off. She was crushed, yeah, but she stopped. Maya hasn't.

That is why I think one of the adults needs to step in. Maya wasn't exactly right, either. He said no, several times, she should have backed off. But she is a kid still, so I get that much. Josh is being irresponsible though, even if he is just hoping her infatuation will fizzle out just by leading her on. This story line just makes me uncomfortable.

I think that's why the writers tweeted about the characters making the wrong choices in SL2. I'm betting they got some backlash about Josh and Maya when it came out on the Disney app. Yeah, I can't criticise Maya though.

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For a refresher on what happened last week, read my recap of episode 8. Girl Meets World season 3 episode 9 opens with Riley talking to Evan.

I sense deep anger in you Sean and Christian. Tread carefully friends. For anger leads to hate, and hate leads to the Dark Side. On second thought, turn to the Dark Side and learn Force Lightning because that'd be really awesome. Yeah, this is largely bullshit.

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The triangle is over and it seems the person not chosen is not only fine with it but may have an option waiting for her. The boy who seemingly was going to be the new Charlie is anything but. He, instead, wants to be a Sherpa, he wants to guide these young people. Though with him talking to Riley all night, it is a major red flag for that seems like such a romantic gesture. But things calm down, for a few minutes. Now, the book begins how you would expect it to with one thing needed being romance, which Riley wins, and then there is adventure, which Maya wins, but then comes conversation. With this comes Farkle and Smackle, as always, showing what a healthy, drama-free, and perhaps best case teen relationship could look like. Do they flirt with other people? Hence why Smackle, despite some of her touching issues when we met her, likes, enjoys, and initiates touch and contact with Farkle.

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Co-star James Marsden joins the fun. Watch the video. With the group's ski trip coming to an end, it is apparent that Lucas must finally choose between Riley and Maya. Sign In.

It aired on July 29, to 1. With the group's ski trip coming to an end, it is apparent that Lucas must finally choose between Riley and Maya.

The series centers around the life of Riley and her friends and family, particularly their school life, in which Cory is their history teacher. Riley shares a strong relationship with her best friend Maya Hart, who assists her in learning to cope with the social and personal issues of adolescence. Several Boy Meets World cast members reprise their roles in the series. In her bedroom, Riley Matthews and her best friend, Maya Hart, try to sneak out her window to ride the subway, but are stopped by Riley's parents, Cory and Topanga Matthews.

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