History YMMV / BoyMeetsWorld

18th Apr '17 7:39:05 PM TotalDramaRox97
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** In the subplot of "Cyrano", the subplot revolves around Amy being mad at Alan for getting her a trash compactor for their anniversary. However, Alan points out he got it for her because Amy had wanted one for a while so it was actually a very thoughtful gift yet she's upset because it wasn't expensive jewelry or anything. Amy ends up coming off as caring more about the cost of the gift rather than the meaning behind it.

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** In the subplot of "Cyrano", the subplot revolves around Amy being mad at Alan for getting her a trash compactor for their anniversary. However, Alan points out he got it for her because Amy had wanted one for a while so it was actually a very thoughtful gift yet she's upset because it wasn't expensive jewelry or anything. anything so Amy ends up coming comes off as caring more about the cost of the gift rather than the meaning behind it.very superficial.
15th Apr '17 7:27:19 PM TotalDramaRox97
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** In the subplot of "Cyrano", the subplot revolves around Amy being mad at Alan for getting her a garbage disposal for their anniversary. However, Alan points out he got it for her because Amy had wanted one for a while so it was actually a very thoughtful gift yet she's upset because it wasn't expensive jewelry or anything. Amy ends up coming off as caring more about the cost of the gift rather than the meaning behind it which is incredibly shallow.

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** In the subplot of "Cyrano", the subplot revolves around Amy being mad at Alan for getting her a garbage disposal trash compactor for their anniversary. However, Alan points out he got it for her because Amy had wanted one for a while so it was actually a very thoughtful gift yet she's upset because it wasn't expensive jewelry or anything. Amy ends up coming off as caring more about the cost of the gift rather than the meaning behind it which is incredibly shallow.it.
15th Apr '17 3:17:38 PM TotalDramaRox97
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** In the subplot of "Cyrano", the subplot revolves around Amy being mad at Alan for getting her a garbage disposal for their anniversary. However, Alan points out he got it for her because Amy had wanted one for a while so it was actually a very thoughtful gift yet she's upset because it wasn't expensive jewelry or anything. Amy ends up coming off as caring more about the cost of the gift rather than the meaning behind it which is incredibly shallow.
26th Feb '17 8:34:58 PM gewunomox
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** Eric breaks up with one of his GirlOfTheWeek who is a musician, she gets really popular by writing breakup songs about their relationship. A [[TaylorSwift certain artist]] would later become quite infamous for this.

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** Eric breaks up with one of his GirlOfTheWeek who is a musician, she gets really popular by writing breakup songs about their relationship. A [[TaylorSwift [[Music/TaylorSwift certain artist]] would later become quite infamous for this.
5th Aug '16 8:57:28 AM TotalDramaRox97
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** Angela was very rude towards Shawn after their breakup, but when it's revealed why she broke up with him (her mother walked out on her and she felt she'd do the same to Shawn and hurt him), it's really hard not to feel bad for her
30th Jul '16 6:05:11 PM SaraJaye
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** Topanga was needlessly harsh towards Cory at the beginning of season 7, but she was also visibly distressed and emotionally shattered by her parents' divorce after years of looking up to them as a shining example of undying love.
9th Jul '16 5:48:10 PM Anddrix
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** Plays With Squirrels, Eric's BadFuture self who became a hermit after the group's friendships became irreparable in "Seven the Hard Way". Despite only being in one episode, and one of the biggest BaseBreaker episodes of the show to boot, Mr. Squirrels is popular enough with the fandom that ''Series/GirlMeetsWorld'' reveals that Eric still uses the persona to mediate disputes in the town he's the mayor of.

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** Plays With Squirrels, Eric's BadFuture self who became a hermit after the group's friendships became irreparable in "Seven the Hard Way". Despite only being in one episode, and one of the biggest BaseBreaker most divisive episodes of the show to boot, Mr. Squirrels is popular enough with the fandom that ''Series/GirlMeetsWorld'' reveals that Eric still uses the persona to mediate disputes in the town he's the mayor of.
19th May '16 6:09:14 PM nombretomado
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* CriticalResearchFailure: in ''A Kiss is More than a Kiss'', Eric unwittingly buys a degree from a diploma mill when he thought he was applying to college. But major diploma mills selling to Americans since the 1980s have been designed to make the buyer at least somewhat complicit with process, because defrauding customers would give the government cause to go after their operations themselves, regardless of how much they have toed the line elsewhere. While it certainly fits Eric that he ignored all the fine print when firing off his large number of applications, Eli William's description of these operations was an inaccurate description of their go-to MO.

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* CriticalResearchFailure: in ''A "A Kiss is More than a Kiss'', Kiss", Eric unwittingly buys a degree from a diploma mill when he thought he was applying to college. But major diploma mills selling to Americans since the 1980s have been designed to make the buyer at least somewhat complicit with process, because defrauding customers would give the government cause to go after their operations themselves, regardless of how much they have toed the line elsewhere. While it certainly fits Eric that he ignored all the fine print when firing off his large number of applications, Eli William's description of these operations was an inaccurate description of their go-to MO.



** Ethan Suplee was one of the high school enforcers. Today, he's likely better known as the big guy from ''RememberTheTitans'', [[{{Film/Mallrats}} the guy who kept trying to see the sailboat]], or [[MyNameIsEarl Earl's brother]].

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** Ethan Suplee was one of the high school enforcers. Today, he's likely better known as the big guy from ''RememberTheTitans'', ''Film/RememberTheTitans'', [[{{Film/Mallrats}} the guy who kept trying to see the sailboat]], or [[MyNameIsEarl [[Series/MyNameIsEarl Earl's brother]].
25th Mar '16 8:40:40 PM SirVancelot131
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** "Picket Fences" had a running gag where Cory and Topanga were really fixated on the nook of their dream house. Girl Meets World has a nook as the regular discussion place for the characters

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** "Picket Fences" had a running gag where Cory and Topanga were really fixated on the nook of their dream house. Girl Meets World has a nook two nooks as the regular discussion place for the characters characters, one in the living room, and the other in Riley's bedroom.



* {{Misblamed}}: Rachel received some flack from the fandom due to the events of ''The War'' and ''Seven the Hard Way'' kicking off due to her banning Cory and Shawn from her dorm room after they parked in her spot. Except, [[StrawmanHasAPoint the parking spot was reserved due to her being R.A.]]. When they retaliated by ''([[RuleOfFunny some]][[FridgeLogic how]])'' [[DisproportionateRetribution parking her car up in her room]], she went to report it to Mr. Feeny, who merely laughed it off and borderline congratulated [[KarmaHoudini the pair]] for the prank, which she herself lampshades as she expected him to act [[ReasonableAuthorityFigure appropriately]] considering all she heard about him. Disregarding the fact that she revenge-pranked them (and Topanga) back alongside Angela, it was Cory and Shawn's last prank that went too far and endangered the whole group's friendship, alongside other factors.

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* {{Misblamed}}: Rachel received some flack from the fandom due to the events of ''The War'' and ''Seven the Hard Way'' kicking off due to her banning Cory and Shawn from her dorm room after they parked in her spot. Except, [[StrawmanHasAPoint the parking spot was reserved due to her being R.A.]]. When they retaliated by ''([[RuleOfFunny some]][[FridgeLogic how]])'' [[DisproportionateRetribution parking her car up in her room]], she went to report it to Mr. Feeny, who merely laughed it off and borderline congratulated [[KarmaHoudini the pair]] for the prank, which she herself lampshades as she expected him to act [[ReasonableAuthorityFigure appropriately]] considering all she heard about him. Disregarding the fact that she revenge-pranked them (and Topanga) back (with Feeny disregarding it yet again) alongside Angela, it was Cory and Shawn's last prank that went too far and endangered the whole group's friendship, alongside other factors.
9th Mar '16 10:00:32 AM Hossmeister
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* PeripheryDemographic: An interesting example, in that the producers were clearly ''trying'' to attract one (namely, young adult males), as the plethora of [[ParentalBonus parental bonuses]], [[ActorAllusion bringing on old actors]] (though they often [[PlayingAgainstType played against type]]), [[ShoutOut references to]] ''BeavisAndButthead'' and later ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'', the endless LampshadeHanging and [[BreakingTheFourthWall winks to the audience]], and the ''entire existence'' of Mr. Williams and plotlines revolving around he and Mr. Turner all demonstrate... but they weren't really successful. Today, the show is fondly remembered by the actual target audience, Generation Y, as [[OverlyNarrowSuperlative one of the most clever and creative shows to ever be part of the TGIF block]]. Of course, it's also popular with younger audiences who have seen reruns. But it never really caught on with the Gen-X hipster types.

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* PeripheryDemographic: An interesting example, in that the producers were clearly ''trying'' to attract one (namely, young adult males), as the plethora of [[ParentalBonus parental bonuses]], [[ActorAllusion bringing on old actors]] (though they often [[PlayingAgainstType played against type]]), [[ShoutOut references to]] ''BeavisAndButthead'' ''WesternAnimation/BeavisAndButthead'' and later ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'', the endless LampshadeHanging and [[BreakingTheFourthWall winks to the audience]], and the ''entire existence'' of Mr. Williams and plotlines revolving around he and Mr. Turner all demonstrate... but they weren't really successful. Today, the show is fondly remembered by the actual target audience, Generation Y, as [[OverlyNarrowSuperlative one of the most clever and creative shows to ever be part of the TGIF block]]. Of course, it's also popular with younger audiences who have seen reruns. But it never really caught on with the Gen-X hipster types.
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