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Girl Meets World / July 29th, 2015 / 1 Comment

For those of you that don’t know, Girl Meets Fish was a season 1 episode but was moved to season 2 due to the “Who dun it” theme weekend that Disney wanted to do.

This episode was for the young audience. Riley was bringing the goldfish home but before she even got to do that, the fish died in the classroom. Auggie was narrating the episode (such a cutie) and he was investigating everyone to see who killed the fish but it turns out that he killed the fish accidentally by feeding it a lot of graham crackers. Ava was also back in this episode. Aren’t they cute? It was a cute episode for the young audience. There were some funny moments. Phil was hilarious as well. It was neat seeing the black and white setting in the episode just like in Boy Meets World “As Time Goes By” where Topanga was transported when she went into her closet to a black and white setting then the whole Boy Meets World cast was there.

Hugh Dane who played fish store Phil played Cory’s coach in “The B-Team of Life”

This was the first time both Topanga and Auggie was in Cory’s classroom.

Boy Meets World reference:

Cory said the class will take a class trip to the Berkshires mountains. That’s where Cory, Topanga, Shawn, Angela, Mr. Feeny and the class went and that’s where Cory met Lauren.

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  • William C Truesdell

    Not a lot of comments. I thought it was a another really good episode. I do tend to see things in shows and films with a bit of depth beyond some, still, it is interesting last few days to listen to comments on your F.B. page regarding the show. I commend everyone involved in the show for presenting another simple and entertaining episode that in a very basic way introduces younger minds and older one’s to some of life’s experiences they will encounter. Credit where credit is due, of all the other shows produced since the late 90’s, I am more thrilled with G.M.W. then any other. Most of the others barely touched on anything important in life other then at times, over simplistic cause and effect of following main characters thru various aspects of adolescence and some of the antic’s they all get into. Simplistic plot lines and shows. Many of which I enjoyed simply because they were funny and entertaining. G.M.W. et al have done a great job meeting the challenges from years ago. I actually recall the graham cracker conversation. The show relies heavily on the different actors, their chemistry and character personalities. Perhaps, sometimes, I’m overly thoughtful after watching the shows. Some of them really touch deeply past personal experiences. Now, 7 min’s to go before re-run of Teen Beach 2 so you know where I’ll be in 5 min’s, in front of the t.v. Unfortunately, I do not have a direct line in to anyone at this time so our gracious host who run’s this website, thank you so much for managing the site and keeping the facebook page alive. If I have any say in anything, and you can point this out, I think they should take you out to dinner and at the very least, let you walk thru the background from time to time. Otherwise, last week of rehabilitation therapy at the Veteran’s Administration. Really good Austin and Alley episode on right now as well….Austin back in business to perform. My poor neighbors, one married couple is Tyler and his wife Allie…I am constantly referring to them with neighbors as Austin and Allie and occasionally call him Austin. LOL…he’s a psychologist for local school system…*facepalm*….

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