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Based on 44 reviews. Based on reviews. Add your rating. Parents say 44 Kids say Teen, 17 years old Written by Imani88 February 1, Honestly, it's not good While I understand that the show is trying to follow the loved "Boy Meets World" series which explains its storyline, this show is really boring. While it is different from all the other Disney shows, its originality doesn't make the show better, in fact, it seems to make it worse.
Both the girls are very pretty on the show, however that is all they seem to have going for them because the acting isn't believable. The messages that the show has seem to be too cheesy, plus the messages are usually dumb and only seem to teach youth to make everything overly dramatic.
The show's comedy is non-existent, and the script is unrealistic which makes the characters interactions with each other seem forced. Now I've read a lot of other reviews, and everyone seems to think that there is too much flirting. I actually disagree with this. When I was in middle school I was that awkward skinny girl that rarely spoke. With that being said, even I flirted with boys in the seventh grade. It's not wrong to show flirting between boys and girls, it's actually the most realistic thing about the show.
Kids in the seventh grade should be able to watch some flirting on tv and it be fine. I was never allowed to watch Disney shows till high school because my mom wanted to shelter me from the shows, but I wish she hadn't because I could have learned a little bit about interaction with peers that is acceptable.
Instead, like i said, I was awkward. Now the clothing Kids wore jeans and tees in the seventh grade Same for guys. There are middle school dances, however no one was brave enough to actually dance But that was only at my school. People that attended schools around my hometown actually had formal dances, just because my school only had dances where people only wore school clothes and stared at each other, doesn't mean the Dances on GMW are unrealistic.
The show has potential, but it seems like between the casting and script, it was a job lazily done by the producers. The show never makes any sense every time i turn it on.
I actually looked up "what is the idea of Girl Meets World" For some explainations but I ran across this page instead. I wouldn't recommend this show simply because it seems terribly put together and none of the episodes make sense. The acting is forced, and the characters are unrealistic.
The overall lesson of each episode is always cheesy. The show itself if truly terrible. This review Helped me decide. Had useful details 2. Read my mind 6. Report this review. Teen, 15 years old Written by ilikepie December 30, Disney Failure I don't know where to begin with this, there are so many things wrong with it I saw one episode where they were sitting together, and one of them said "I'm glad you're my friends.
We can always depend on each other. I want you to be happy. It's like Disney has given up on subtly slipping their positive messages in and has decided to just bluntly state them. They spend way too much time focused on boys, are constantly rude to their teacher which is the main character's father, which isn't allowed in schools , and don't bother with schoolwork.
In the first episode there is a "homework rebellion. And also, there is an girl with big glasses in the back who waves to them, and the main character teases Farkle and says he should be with her, and he says right in front of her "yuck! Plus in one episode the main character said "Damucles!
Overall it sends a bad message to kids and the jokes are terrible and it is unrealistic in many ways. Failure for Disney. Helped me decide 1. Read my mind 3. Teen, 14 years old Written by ericasto February 18, I love it! This show has come the closest to meeting the standards of those great shows and the actors are not bad much better than the other shows!
While I'll admit, the main character, Riley, has an overly perfect family, life and personality, the show contains valuable sometimes cheesy lessons. Riley's best friend, Maya, is imperfect which somewhat balances everything out. There is a normal amount of flirting, contrary to popular belief, and the show is cute and I think it is very entertaining.
Currently, it is my favorite Disney show. This title contains: Positive Messages. Positive role models. Had useful details 1.
Teen, 13 years old Written by supereader December 21, Bad I love Boy Meets World, its a funny and thoughtful show for kids to adults. However, Girl Meets World is terrible. I was greatly disappointed on how unrealistic this show is. Riley main character just raises her hand and asks to leave the classroom at any time, they once brought a horse in the school, and just the way they make all the kids act and talk doesn't happen in real life.
And not to mention how they feel the need to stick in a very obvious lesson in the end makes the show cheesy. Watch an episode if you want to, but you will get what I mean by this. Helped me decide 2. Had useful details. Kid, 0 years old August 7, This is a baby show Cory has no control in his class. They talk while he's teaching.
Topanga act like she don't love him anymore I know they use it as a joke but it gets old fast and is not funny it disappoints boy neets world fans. They girl talks like she had a cold or has snot in her mouth. Why aren't there any boy shows does Disneychannel hate boys good thing we have Disney xd which is pretty much they boy version of Disney. Read my mind 5. Kid, 11 years old July 8, Non intresting It is corny and very bad acting. It it's not Evan funny.
Talk about boring. Read my mind 2. Teen, 15 years old Written by veronica. It has a horrible story plot and no intereting character development.
It only includes 4 spoiled brats which need the world to revolve around their pointless drama. Let me begin from the spoiled kid that needs everyones attention at all times. Riley Matthews, the student which gets straight As, even tho she is obviously stupid and oblivious to everything around her, which has a crush on a guy because he s "so cute" She is also the perfect daughter in a perfect family In season one, riley wants people to consider her mature, yet she claims "i wanna paint ma face" Lets move on to the character which i sometimes can relate to, the daughter of an single mother which finds it hard to complement people because of her jealousy, Maya Hart.
She is a really good actor sabrina carpenter however the charcters lines are too unrealistic to think at that exact moment like all the things she teases lucas with. Some are funny but is Disney teaching kids to tease everyone because you have a crush on them?
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During the "Girl Meets World" finale, Lucas made a crossover as he ends up with one of the girls. With Lucas' crossover, will "Girl Meets World" change its storyline? Fans were thrilled as they saw Lucas on the season finale of "Girl Meets World. Seventeen gave fans a quick review as to what happened in the season finale. They were then left at the edge of their seats when Lucas choose Riley over her best friend, which got fans into wondering on who Maya could possibly end up with.
I noticed Yeager writes Maya to be dumb. Did you notice? She's not Season 7 Eric dumb, but definitely not smart at all. Though in both of her scripts, it's Maya who figures out the lesson.
Sabrina Carpenter and Corey Fogelmanis From “Girl Meets World” Spark Dating Rumors
Community Showcase More. Follow TV Tropes. You need to login to do this. Get Known if you don't have an account. After Riley has a typical teenage girl "You don't know me at all! Cory : [sarcastically] Well, you listened to me, you big stupid! Maya : [feeding her the line] May I be excused? Riley : [nearly catatonic] My eyes see my shoes
Girl Meets World 3x09 GM Ski Lodge Pt 2: Josh & Maya (Maya: I don’t like Lucas like that)
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Es el hermano mayor de Cory, Josh y Morgan. Turtle Neck". Their daughter, Riley, faces life lessons through her family, friends, and school--where her father is her history teacher--as her parents did when they were younger.
‘Girl Meets World’ Sneak Preview: Riley and Maya Endure ‘The Hole’ (Exclusive Video)
Girl Meets World will forever be such a beloved show on Disney Channel , despite that it only ran for three seasons and fans had hoped to see more of Riley, Maya, Farkle, Lucas and the whole crew going down this road we called life. And even though it's no longer airing new episodes, that doesn't mean we stop finding out new hidden secrets about it. Rowan Blanchard just recently opened up to The Edit about how she didn't even want to be on a Disney Channel show so yeah, there's a good chance we would've had an entirely different Riley Matthews. Can you even imagine it?
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. In Girl Meets Ski Lodge: Part 2 , the whole gang revisited the ski lodge from Boy Meets World , and staying at the lodge made all the relationship drama bubble up to the surface between the gang, especially since Maya's other crush, Riley's uncle Josh, was there. Basically, Maya and Josh have a deep conversation at the ski lodge's bay window where ALL deep convos are had in GMW world and Josh makes Maya realize that she cared about Riley so much that, in order to protect her, she became like Riley and crushed on Lucas to make sure that he was a good enough guy for her. Maya encourages Lucas to go after Riley after she sees how upset he is that Riley is bonding with the new guy at the ski lodge, Evan.
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Maya has been romantically interested in Josh since the day they met, although Josh did not reciprocate the feelings as he found Maya's attraction towards him uncomfortable due to their age difference. However, after Maya confessed her feelings to Josh in Girl Meets the Tell-Tale-Tot , Josh realized that Maya is growing up and he should stop looking at her the way he used to. In Girl Meets Ski Lodge Part 2 , Josh admits he has feelings for Maya too and they agree to play the long game in the hopes that someday there may be a future for them both. Fandom may earn an affiliate commission on sales made from links on this page. Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki. Maybe it's because your dad left, maybe it's because you never felt that love, but it gave you the greatest capacity of love I've ever seen.
On September 24, , television audiences were introduced to Cory Matthews Ben Savage and his lovable group of friends, family members, and one very important teacher when Boy Meets World made its premiere on ABC. Over the course of seven seasons, fans followed the teen shenanigans of Cory and his buddies, including best friend Shawn Rider Strong and girlfriend Topanga Danielle Fishel. In , old and new fans alike got to revisit Cory and Topanga—now married—as they raised their own teenage daughter in a spinoff, Girl Meets World. On the 25th anniversary of the original series's premiere, here are 25 things you might not have known about Boy Meets World.