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Girl Meets World / September 27th, 2014 / 1 Comment

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Source for the images: http://www.fanlala.com/gallery/girl-meets-world-girl-meets-world-terror

Picture Credit: Disney Channel

Episode description:

The kids face a trilogy of terror when Riley has a sleepover at Maya’s with her Gammy Hart and pet ferret, Auggie confronts the monster under his bed and Farkle tackles his most terrifying fear yet – playing softball. This episode of “Girl Meets World” airs Thursday, October 2 (8:30 PM ET/PT), on Disney Channel.

Sneak Peek of Girl Meets World: Of Terror:

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Source for the images: http://www.fanlala.com/gallery/girl-meets-world-girl-meets-world-terror

Picture Credits: Disney Channel

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  • TheFalcon

    August Maturo is a very talented kid actor, but I can’t take any more Auggie storylines. They’re just too cutesy and cliche. In general, he should only be used for funny moments here and there (like the dinner scene in “Maya’s Mother”). His storylines also take away screen time from Cory & Topanga, who have had almost no scenes alone together.

    To be honest, I really disliked “Crazy Hat.” It felt like every other Disney sitcom for 10 year-olds. “1961” was great, though, and I’m looking forward to “Flaws” and “Home for the Holidays.”

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