Also from "A Long Walk to Pittsburgh", this exchange:
George Feeny: "I believe that when you find love, you hold on to it and cherish it because there is nothing finer, and it may never come again."
Prudence Curtis: [steps forward] "Prudence Curtis, I'm Topanga's aunt."
Feeny: [steps forward as well] "George Feeny, I'm Topanga's teacher."
Curtis: "Well, I don't know that I appreciate what you are teaching these children, sir. To plant wild ideas about true love in young undeveloped minds is as irresponsible as my sister and brother-in-law ripping her from the only environment she's ever known. At this... delicate time."
Feeny: "Madam, if you choose to question my opinions, then you disregard 38 years in the public school system, where I have born the responsibility of those opinions for 30,000 students. None held in higher regard than Mr. Matthews and Ms. Lawrence."
Cory Matthews: [sits up excitedly] "You like me?"
Feeny: "Stay out of this."
- From the first part of the episode:
Cory: (regarding he and Topanga having a long distance relationship) Maybe I'm just kidding myself.
Feeny: Oh, well, now For as long as I've known you, whenever you've been faced with adversity, you have always risen to the occasion.