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Oh no? I felt so sorry for poor riley in this episode but are we all gonna ignore the promo made it seens like Lucas was the one attacking her?? Sports are important to him and she hurted him. Zay, who was just pissed off over all the drama, stays alert for a break down for a mad mad texas lucas. This trend continues throughout the season. The implication is that Farkle and Smackle are very much like best friends and if you look at their relationship, they do share a lot of best friend qualities- and arguably the obstacle they need to grow beyond that is pulled to the forefront in Sweet 16 shows us that they may not be totally compatible romantically, even though they definitely are attempting to work on their relationship and move past the obstacle.

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Lucas and Zay

I don't think Cory has earned the right to use Feeny's last words. It's way too early for Cory to be using the last word's in Feeny's classroom. Kit - maybe you didn't notice, but those words were in the back of Cory's classroom in "Girl Meets Boy", episode 2 of the entire series. It was there for a part of season 1 until they started changing the classroom look as the school year moved on.

Now it looks like it will actually stick around forever since they put it in a part of the classroom that has no need to change it's look. It was the final lesson Feeny taught them and I have no problem with Cory taking it to heart and ensuring that he passes it on to all of his students, not just the stars of the show as Feeny did in BMW.

Pretty much my thoughts, Christian. Though I do think the opening scene, with Maya going to the vending machine for a snack while Riley went off on a tangent was probably the closest we've ever seen them act Cory and Shawn, and I enjoyed it immensely. While it was fun to see Lucas the Cocky get the stuffing beaten out of him--it actually made me think of "Texas 2" and Maya claiming she makes fun of Lucas to knock him down a peg--I don't think the Farkle and Isadora scene was necessary.

While the android was kind of stupid, I didn't mind the clone bit very much Remember, Shipping and I are twins and to this day, it can still take months for new people to tell us apart.

So I just took the clone as a twin brother in on the joke. More to the point, post-Yearbook, Farkle rarely took over the class, outside of his two focal episodes, and even then, he contributed perfectly good answers to Cory's questions at the beginning of "Money," even alluding to the Gold Standard. And in "STEM," he firmly stated that he valued scientists on the merit of their work.

His expecting to just be allowed in to the club because of Farkle Time, rather than being a certified genius was just, eh. I think I would have preferred to see Isadora try to make amends with Riley and Maya by herself. While Lucas has long been established to be allergic to difficult conversations for all our talk about Lucas not getting to voice his opinions in the Triangle, he hasn't exactly made any effort on his end, whether now or in Season One, when it was apparent for quite a while he didn't return Riley's feelings , Riley and Maya were friendly to Isadora even before Farkle was.

I really didn't like the Seniors, but I especially minded them specifically stating they wanted to help the Freshmen to their faces. I'm not completely adverse to the idea of a helpful bully, but I'd rather it'd be a "that which doesn't kill you, only makes you stronger" and only discussed amongst themselves, rather than to their "victims.

Oh, you know, what, yeah. I did like Riley and Maya with the vending machines and Maya's surprise that they weren't out of grape. But, yeah, I'm just half blown away haha. I meant to say this but yeah; the clone thing wasn't an issue to me. I knew two sets of twins growing up; and though there were differences, they were very subtle if you didn't know them. To the point that with the ones I knew in high school, the only way I could tell the difference is that only one wore glasses.

Yeah we're twins, Anonymous. I can tell you right now that Cryptid needs to make his bed. It's always been fun to reveal that tidbit. I wrote a longer and angrier review, but you're definitely right.

Part two was just a much worse version of part one, and in all honesty, it was a waste to make this two parts. Good news is, tonight's episode was much better. If nothing else, it let us know, in the locker room scene, what a Disney Channel reboot of Friday Night Lights would look like.

I thought quite highly of it, and it received a fair bit of critical acclaim. A post or two back, you mentioned that you regarded Alan Matthews as the best TV of all time.

I thought you might be right, because I couldn't come up with an alternative, perhaps because I was thinking sitcoms and went further back.

I might have offered Eric Taylor for consideration. At least of the top of my head. I will put it on the list. While Alan could fight any sitcom father to a standstill, I hadn't given much thought to dramas.

Shipping is a die-hard fan of the show Parenthood A few friends had recommended it. You add Shipping to that and I guess I will have put it on my list. About this episode, I thought it was not so bad the first time I watched.

There were some good bits, especially, as you noted, the opening, but they were overwhelmed by everything else. I agree there is much in Part 2 that could have been readily dispensed with to get it down to one episode.

It might have been hard to fit the remainder into Part 1, which seemed very busy already. The Flow My Tears scene which still worked on me all but had jump cuts in it. Who would have guessed that, of the first three episodes, the one with the most Yogi and least Smackle would be the best, and by a very wide margin? Part 2 was boring. No stakes. Friends make up. Blah blah blah. I also liked Riley's whining at the beginning because it was used for humor rather than trying to make us feel for the sake of feeling.

Danielle Fishel. Now I'll be back for the next review right after I give Danielle my phone number. I thought the first few scenes were really funny.

Well, I agree that this episode didn't need to be 2 parts and also needed to be better. Pretty much the only things I liked in the episode were the callback of "You did this!

The drama club is putting on "My Town". Cory's favorite play - also Jacobs' favorite, which is why it is Cory's. You can see the sign in the hallway. Grade: C- Nothing more to add.

It just wasn't very good. I look forward to the next review. I think Zay looks like an athlete considering they are freshmen in high school. He's just seemed to express no interest in it before, and he's been pretty vocal about how physically weak he is in the past. In terms of athletics, I could see him playing baseball or running track, but football requires some mass. I'd need to look at them side by side, but I think he's skinnier than Farkle is.

I'm inclined to agree with Christian, but I can see both sides. Speaking from personal experience, the prep school Shipping and I went to Put it plainly, there wasn't much room for cutting people. I knew a kid with Zay's build on the football team. But on the whole, I agree with Christian.

In-universe, Zay's never struck me as the one who'd go out for the football team, unless we're talking special teams, and kicking field goals. That being said, Zay's been stated to practice ballet, which is something many football players do, in order to maintain agility and nimbleness.

So, hypothetically, it'd be hilarious to see Zay use his ballet skills to avoid getting tackled, while Lucas the Brick Wall is squashed like a bug. For me, it's not so much his build though his reactions to Lucas whacking him fairly lightly don't help , but he's just never expressed an interest in sport.

He used to rely on Lucas to stop him being beaten up in Texas. I think he's actually as much of a geek as Riley at least. Not a 'super-intelligent genius' type of geek; but a geek nonetheless.

But hey, as long as this wasn't just for this episode, I'm fine if they say he's into football now. I'm not going to be as fine if references are made to Lucas playing football, but it seems as though Zay hasn't been even trying out. For me, the only thing worse than a retcon, is a retcon that they do for the purposes of a single episode only. Ya i get your point about him not expressing interest in sports before but for some reason i just assumed he should be into sports because he is Lucas' close friend and that is usually because of similar interests.

Also, I'm someone who has played and been dedicated to sports all my life so I think i just naturally want characters to be into sports and i have seen from experience that kids can develop a lot. The way girl meets world portrays zay and lucas just trying to walk right into a spot on the varsity roster is stupid. He would have to start out on the freshman team obviously. Yeah, this was just a mess that started from an iffy place. This could have functioned on it's own just fine, but of course, they had to make it a two parter.

The best things really were the beginning with Riley and Maya in the hole, and as a fan of Billy Gardell, I liked the locker room scene. Outside of that, just garbage. High School Pt. Too bad the writing is what it is. I've only watched Part Two once five days ago and have yet to see tonight's episode, but my main takeaway from 3x02 was that post-opening credits scene I believe that is where it was positioned with Riley and Maya in the hole.

It was fun, the jokes were crisp, felt a tad just a tad more mature than seasons past and it advanced plot at that point in the episode in what I thought to be a pretty organic way. I hope it's the spirit of that specific scene that is tapped into as we go along here. Also, sidebar, I am a writer for WWE. Jacobs about Vader's time on BMW. MJ could not have been more generous with his time or responses, had such a genuine enthusiasm while discussing the show and was just a real sweetheart the whole way through.

He also dropped some seriously cool insight on what it was like having Vader on the team and gets into pretty neat detail about "Sixteen Candles and Four-Hundred-Pound-Men," which celebrates its 20th anniversary this year.

Riley Matthews - Girl Meets World Photographic Print

Riley and Maya enter Lucas in the Austin Round Up Rodeo in an attempt to bring honor to his family after failing the mutton rodeo at age six. Do they let thirteen-year-olds compete in grown up rodeo events? This Yankee wants to know. Maya leaves, and Riley watches Lucas take the new record with 4. Afterwards, Riley goes to Maya, explaining that she knows Maya thinks Riley loves Lucas like a brother.

Girl Meets World has borrowed a ton of story lines from its predecessor, Boy Meets World , but one that's definitely brand new is the love triangle between Riley, Lucas, and Maya that's been raging since season two. Sadly, the love triangle in Girl Meets World has gone on for waaaaaay longer than one episode. But it finally came to an end on last Friday's episode and Lucas finally ended up "choosing" I use that word sooooo loosely — more on that later between Riley and Maya.

The gang faces pressure to do the hazing traditions towards the freshman class, the same hazing they were put through the previous year. Riley stands up to it, her and her friends befriending the freshmen. Maya moves to a nice apartment with her mother and Shawn, but feels sentimental about leaving her old place. Riley excitedly helps decorate her new room. Maya is really turning sixteen, and Riley is excited to help her plan the party.

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The two are best friends. Back in Texas, Lucas and Zay were best friends until Lucas was expelled from school after getting into a fight caused by Zay running his mouth off. Afterward, when Lucas' dad was transferred to New York City in the beginning of the series, Zay was never mentioned until his first appearance in Girl Meets the Secret of Life after his dad was also transferred to New York City. When Maya asks Zay if Lucas and him were really best friends back in Texas, Zay responds that 'there were never better friends'. Fandom may earn an affiliate commission on sales made from links on this page. Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki. But I don't wanna have to keep being the same guy you knew back in Texas.

‘Girl Meets World’ Reveals What Would Have Happened In Season 4

Isaiah "Zay" Babineaux is a semi-regular character in Girl Meets World who was introduced in Season 2 as Lucas ' best friend from Texas and later became the fifth member of Riley's circle of friends. He then forms new friendships with Riley, Maya, and Farkle with whom he shares the title of Lucas' best friend. Brash and confident, Zay fancies himself a smooth talker, but his words and actions more often get him into trouble rather than out of it, which causes him to depend on Lucas to bail him out. In "Girl Meets the Secret of Life" it is revealed that Zay and Lucas were best friends at their old school and Zay was indirectly responsible for Lucas' expulsion.

I don't think Cory has earned the right to use Feeny's last words.

See the full list. A new student from Texas turns out to be an old friend of Lucas's, but the Lucas of the past isn't the Lucas whom the gang knows. In this episode, Riley starts off not wanting anything to change in her life.

The Girl Lucas Ended Up With on "Girl Meets World" Is Going to Change the Show Completely

By Denise Petski. As we reported yesterday , creators were unable to find a new home for the show, making season 3 its last. You are who we did it for.

The series centers around the life of Riley and her friends and family, particularly their school life, in which her father Cory Matthews 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. At the start of the series, Riley is 12 years old and in seventh grade. She and her best friend, Maya Hart, explore school and life together while making new friends along the way.

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Aug 1, - In Boy Meets World, Shawn went on a date with Topanga once, but only to make Cory realize his feelings for her. Sadly, the love triangle in Girl.


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