Girl Meets World is on a small hiatus. We will let you know when it comes back once we get the air date. Also, live taping for season 2 resumes next month. If you would like to attend a live taping, check here for tickets daily.
How do you guys like the idea of having a chat room where we can all discuss Girl Meets World while the new episode airs? We’re planning on implementing a chat room on the forums section of our website and if you guys like the idea, we can use it to live chat while watching the show. Let us know in the comments section what you think of this idea! This idea is not set in stone yet. Right now we are just looking for feedback.
Girl Meets World drew in 2.107 million viewers and 0.5 million adult viewers on Fridays premiere.
Happy Birthday William Russ! You’re a fantastic actor. You were such a great TV parent along with Betsy Randle and we can’t wait to see you back on the Holiday Reunion episode! We hope you have a fantastic day!
You can follow him by going here: https://twitter.com/willfriedle
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We have updated the gallery with stills from episode 1×13 “Girl Meets Flaws”. You can view them in the gallery by going here!
Girl Meets Flaws premieres this Friday at 8:00 PM – 8:300 PM ET/PT.
A classmate teases Farkle for being different and not fitting in with the crowd. Hurt and confused, he stops going to class until Riley, Maya and Lucas rally him to show their classmates how to respect each other’s uniqueness and show compassion to those who need it, no matter who they are.
Happy Birthday Rowan! We hope that you have a fabulous 13th birthday! I put this video together for you of your fans wishing you a Happy 13th Birthday! We hope you love it!
“Girl Meets the Forgotten”
On Friday, October 10th 2014, Disney Channel aired what is in my opinion the most stand out episode of Girl Meets World that we have seen so far from season one. In this episode we got to see Danny McNulty return to his “Boy Meets World” role as Harley Keiner. The history lesson was called “The Forgotten” which the kids were given a lesson by Cory and Farkle about the Great Depression in 1929. After the kids made a mess in the cafeteria, Cory assigned Riley, Maya, Lucas and Farkle 45 minute jobs during school hours. Riley and Maya were put on cafeteria duty while Lucas and Farkle were put on Janitor duty. These kids didn’t realize when going into do these jobs how janitors and cafeteria workers are not as appreciated as they should be. Harley, the school janitor showed Lucas and Farkle what he deals with on a daily basis cleaning up the messes that the students make during school hours, or cleaning up the vomit when the students get sick. Geralyn, the cafeteria worker showed Riley and Maya how much work goes into cooking meals for the students and what all she has to endure during school hours. After doing these jobs, the kids realized how much these people work day in and day out in the school. Also who else loved it when Harley said to Cory “I appreciate you, Baboon”?
This episode was able to show the viewers that they should appreciate what their parents and school workers do for them. Most kids think that the janitors and cafeteria workers have it easy and this episode was able to show that they don’t. I thought that this episode sent out an amazing message to appreciate the people around you. You don’t realize what your parents do for you or what the people in your school do for you. I loved that Girl Meets World actually showed you the inside work that janitors and cafeteria workers do. The kids that watched this episode were able to see for themselves what these people do for them. At the end of the episode, Riley, Maya, Lucas and Farkle learned to appreciate what Harley and Geralyn do for them and told their classmates that they are taken for granted. Riley gave Topanga a hug at the end of the episode, told her that she loved her, and that she appreciated everything that she does for her and Auggie. If you are a younger viewer reading this, go give your parents a hug, tell them you love them, and thank them for all that they do for you. They provide you a home and meals. Thank you Girl Meets World, cast, crew, and writers for sending such an important message to the younger viewers.
Girl Meets World drew in 2.613 million viewers and 0.5 million adult viewers on Fridays premiere.
★ 11/11/14 ★ 11/18/14 ★ 11/25/14 ★ 12/9/14 ★ 12/16/14 ★ 12/23/14 If you would like to go to a taping you can get tickets here: TVtickets.com Please note that the tickets to attend a Girl Meets World taping are free!