Welcome to BMWSequel.com, an unofficial fan website for the cast members, writers, and crew of Boy Meets World spin-off series "Girl Meets World". Since Girl Meets World is officially not coming back BMWSequel.com will now be used to support the cast, writers, and the crews other projects. We will bring you the latest news, photos and media updates on all of them.

Girl Meets World / May 12th, 2015 / No Comments

Feeny Crew

EOnline.com shared an exclusive first look into the second season of Girl Meets World. They interviewed the cast who explained that Girl Meets World is about friendship, an adventure of growing up, and the dynamic between Riley, Maya, Lucas and Farkle. Rowan made it a point to say that Riley and Maya’s friendship is put the test. Danielle said that the life lessons in season 2 jump up one extra level.

“One of my favorite scenes we’ve ever done is when Riley sees Feeny because she does the Feeny call,” GMW star Rowan Blanchard says in the exclusive video above.

Plus, Girl Meets World is growing up. “The lessons in season two just jump up one extra level,” Danielle Fishel teases.

And there are some growing pains. “We see Riley and Maya’s relationship really be put to the test. We see a lot of friendship conflicts and how to resolve them,” Rowan says.

Make sure to watch the video below as it has a few sneak peeks of some scenes from upcoming episodes.

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Mar / May 12th, 2015 / 7 Comments


Written by Mar

Last night (May 11th) Girl Meets World’s second season premiered with an episode titled “Girl Meets Gravity”. This episode was fantastic and really hit close to home for me. The episode started off with Riley introducing herself and telling where she’s from as well as the name of her school which she says is where she and her friends are the center of the universe or so she thought. I thought that the writers were on point with writing how teenagers start acting around the age Maya and Riley are. They think everything should revolve around them, get embarrassed by their parents, and think they should be able to do things without their parents being involved. Riley and Maya of course starting 8th grade didn’t want Cory to be their teacher again. I mean really what 8th grade girl would want their father to be their teacher?

When the girls got to school they ran into Farkle and Lucas. Things were a bit awkward for Lucas and Riley because they hadn’t really talked about the kiss that they shared in the beginning of the summer. When the four of them entered the classroom they were rather surprised to see that Cory wasn’t their teacher. The girls were a bit smitten with the new teacher which I thought was realistic too. I can remember when my friends and I would think certain male teachers were cute. The girls kept trying to talk over the teacher who ended up having a enough of their disrespect and walked out. Cory came in and the girls told him they wanted to transfer so he let them which surprised the girls because they didn’t they think he would. The next class was with a female teacher who also didn’t tolerate them disrupting the class. Maya and Riley were acting again as if things should be about them and the teacher ended up kicking them out of class. It then shows Riley talking about how sometimes you think that the world revolves around you but it really doesn’t. We then get to see what Cory is up to in his class. He is telling the students that the lesson is going to be that you shouldn’t take what you have for granted. In the meantime we see Topanga and Auggie at Mrs. Svorski’s bakery. Mrs. Svorski talks Topanga into taking over the shop for her. Topanga doesn’t want to but Mrs. Svorksi eventually talks her into it by telling her that things change. The girls come there after school and are taken by surprise that Topanga is there. Cory shows up about 20 minutes later and Topanga tells Mrs. Svorski she has the perfect manager for the bakery when she can’t be around. The manager that Topanga hires is Maya’s mom! The girls tell their parents how they want to do things on their own and don’t want them to be around all the time. At the end of the episode it shows us that when Riley was talking it was in the bakery at Mrs. Svorksi’s memorial service. Riley and Maya learn that you should never take things for granted and always appreciate having your family around because you never know what can happen. The girls learned a hard lesson that not everything is about them and they need to appreciate what they have. The very last scene of the show is Cory calling Mr. Feeny to see if he is doing OK.

This episode really hit me hard and I was crying by the end of it. 3 years ago my family and I had an unexpected tragedy when my father passed away unexpectedly. My sister and I had breakfast with him that morning and then later on that afternoon he took a bike ride. He never made it back home. This hit our family so hard as we never expected it and especially because at the time my sister was 6 months pregnant with my nephew whom my dad never got to meet. The part with Mr. Feeny also got to me because it made me want to call my Grandpa to check in on him but I can’t because he needs a speaking valve in order to speak. I hope that all the teenagers who watched this episode learned an amazing lesson from it. My hats are off the writers and cast for such an excellent episode.  I know that this episode is one that parents can relate to as well. I have a friend who has a daughter that is Riley’s age (she actually turns 13 this year) who just said the other day that having a teenager daughter is trying. Her girl is at that age like Riley and Maya where everything is about them.  I told her to sit her daughter down and make her watch this episode because she’d learn an amazing lesson from it.

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Girl Meets World / May 12th, 2015 / 3 Comments


GIRL MEETS WORLD - Disney Channel's "Girl Meets World" stars Ben Savage as Cory Matthews. (Disney Channel/Bob D'Amico)

GIRL MEETS WORLD – Disney Channel’s “Girl Meets World” stars Ben Savage as Cory Matthews. (Disney Channel/Bob D’Amico)

Vulture.com had the pleasure of interviewing Ben. He talked about growing up through the 7 seasons of Boy Meets World, how it’s amazing to be doing this all over again with Girl Meets World, and what is to come with the show’s second season. One of the things you learn from this interview is that Ben is very protective of Boy Meets World’s legacy, and he wants to make sure Girl Meets World is done right. Below we have included some quotes from the interview. We couldn’t copy all of it due to the copyright law but if you would like to read the rest you can do so by going here.


What’s it like so many years later to talk to full-grown adults like me who are obsessed with what you did as a kid?
It’s flattering. It’s exciting. What really means a lot to me is when people come up to me — and it happens a lot — and say, “I grew up on Boy Meets World, and it means so much to me, and I like that I’m now able to watch Girl Meets World with my kid because it’s like passing the torch between generations.” That’s what we set out to do. We were aiming to teach the lessons of Boy Meets World in an updated context to a younger audience.

Even when we’ve written about it, people have just appreciated that it was being talked about seriously.
They’re very protective of the show. That was one of the things that we got a blowback from initially. It was like, “Oh, it’s on Disney Channel, it’s gonna be ruined!” We’re halfway through our second season — if [only] the fans knew how hard the writers work not only to replicate Boy Meets World but also to tell these new stories in a different context.

I’m so protective of the Boy Meets World legacy. I’m a creature of habit, and superstitious. I even listen to the same music every day that I listened to then (Third Eye Blind, Counting Crows, Tori Amos). So, the two people that I said I wanted back on the show were the original studio teacher who taught Boy Meets World — he taught all seven years of Boy Meets World; he’s now the studio teacher for the girls on the show — and then our script supervisor, Kathy Giangregorio, who was our script supervisor all seven years of Boy Meets World. I was like, “I want to look out and see Kathy, just like we did on Boy Meets World. It’s the most calming presence in the world.” And then it’s all of our old writers, it’s all of our old producers. It’s this incredibly surreal, nostalgic feeling.

The first episode of season two doesn’t just talk about death, which shows have talked about in the past, but mortality and our relative insignificance in the universe. No one does that!
Yeah! We just did a show, “Girl Meets Belief,” which wrapped on Tuesday, about the existence of God and what that determines in terms of how you make your decisions in life, and whether that’s important. Cory delivers this whole speech about a prism and how you think nothing’s there, but if you hold up a prism, you can see the colors of the rainbow. It tells us that God is there. It just shows up in different ways. Just because you can’t see it doesn’t mean it’s not there. When you look through that wall, you don’t know what’s behind there, but there are people behind there. I’m telling you, it’s deep stuff. It’s deep stuff for me, and I’m 34 years old.

Was there a moment in season one where it was like, yeah, this works?
Yeah, it took a while, and I’ll be the first to admit it. There were a lot of high expectations, and there’s no way that the pilot of a brand-new show could live up to the hype of seven seasons plus 15 years [of] buildup. So our first season was a transitional season. Second season, we’re bringing back a lot of old characters from Boy Meets World, and it’s kind of a nod to the Boy Meets World audience, like, “It’s okay to come back and join us.” And we’re tying up a lot of loose ends that people had lingering questions about for years. We just had Mr. Turner on. He was in a car accident his last episode of Boy Meets World, and we never explained what happened. We took 17 years, but we found him.

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Girl Meets World / May 12th, 2015 / No Comments

Girl Meets The New World promo

Season 2 Premiere Week has begun yesterday, Monday, May 11th at 8:30PM on the Disney Channel. There is one new episode each night until this Friday, May 15th at 8:30PM.

Disney Channel has released a promo for Girl Meets The New World. It premieres tonight at 8:30PM EST/PST on the Disney Channel.

Episode description:

“Girl Meets the New World”

Riley and Lucas’s classmates are curious as to what’s going on with their relationship, which ultimately confuses them more than ever before.


Source: Disney Channel’s YouTube account

Girl Meets World / May 11th, 2015 / No Comments


TVLine.com has posted an interview with Ben and Rowan! They give us the scoop about upcoming guest appearances from Boy Meets World cast members. There is also an adorable video of Rowan doing the Feeny Call! Below are some quotes from the interview as well as the video of Rowan doing the Feeny Call which we have to admit she’s totally got it down to a tee!

Mr. Feeny: “He has a great role in the premiere, and in ‘Girl Meets Pluto,’” teases Blanchard. “We go back to Pennsylvania and Riley and I do the Feeny call! It was so intimidating. You don’t want to mess that up, so Michael [Jacobs] would show us clips of Will [Friedle] doing it, then we would try to mimic him. Obviously we’re not as good as he was, but we tried.”

Eric: When Cory’s older brother returns in “Girl Meets Mr. Squirrels,” Blanchard says we should expect nuggets of “wisdom” from his famed alter ego. We shouldn’t, however, expect to find out whether or not Plays With Squirrels remained married to that moose with whom he allegedly swapped vows. “I don’t know if we address that,” Savage admits. “Maybe he’s still with the moose. Eric is a character where, really, anything goes.” Adds Blanchard, less hopefully, “Or maybe they went their separate ways.”

Angela: “This is one of the strongest episodes we’ve ever done,” Savage says of “Girl Meets Hurricane,” in which Shawn’s ex-girlfriend re-enters the fold. “We tie up a lot of loose ends.” Adds Blanchard, “We call it a ‘hurricane’ because it’s all these characters thrown into a situation where they have to come to terms with what’s happened in the past.”

To read more about other upcoming appearances head on over to: TVLine.com

Source: TVLine’s Instagram account

Mar / May 10th, 2015 / No Comments



Hi guys, it’s Mar. After Ben posted the photo of us on Instagram there were some comments on both Facebook and the photo about me being the creator of the website. I would like to clarify this and let everyone know that I did not create it. My friend Sefket is actually the one who created this website and asked me to help him with it a few short months after doing so. I gladly agreed to help him with it. I will have an experience post coming soon with details on my experience visiting the Girl Meets World set! I can’t wait to share it with you all! 🙂

Source of the photo via Ben’s Instgram but I’m actually the one who posted it to my Twiter @lionandthelamb2 he just saw it and posted it as well. 🙂

Girl Meets World / May 9th, 2015 / No Comments

CElE5evWAAALok_Picture Credit: Hollywood Life’s Twitter account

Most Boy Meets World fans know that Jennifer Love Hewitt was in the Halloween episode “And Then There Was Shawn” where she played the character “Jennifer Love Fefferman/Feffy”. Ben recently said in an interview with HollywoodLife that he told her he wanted her to come on Girl Meets World.

“She should come back!” Ben told us while in our offices to promote season two of Girl Meets World. “I worked on Criminal Minds and I said, ‘I want you to come back,’ so hopefully we’ll see her too, eventually.”

Now this interview took place on May 7 — the morning after it was announced that JLove would not be returning as Kate on Criminal Minds. So, now that it’s out there, maybe she will reprise her role as Jennifer Love Feffernan, aka FEFFY.

“I love that episode,” Rowan Blanchard added, even though she wasn’t even alive when that episode aired in 1998! (She was born in ’01!)

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Girl Meets World / May 9th, 2015 / No Comments


Latimes.com interviewed William Daniels and his wife Bonnie Bartlett. They talked about “Captain Nice” 1967 NBC comedy created by Buck Henry in which William Daniels played in along with “The Graduate”, “St. Elsewhere”, “Boy Meets World”and more. We have copied the part of the interview where Boy / Girl Meets World was mentioned.  If you would like to read the rest of the interview you can do so by going HERE.

Here is a quote on the Boy / Girl Meets World part:

Daniels still receives mail from fans of “Knight Rider” and “Boy Meets World,” in which he played the teacher and later principal of Cory (Ben Savage) and Topanga (Danielle Fishel) from 1993 to 2000.

In the “Girl Meets World” second-season premiere, Cory, who is now a history teacher, calls the retired Mr. Feeny to see how he is doing. It’s a sweet moment between the characters.

“We want to start a tradition that Billy is in the first one every season,” said Michael Jacobs, the co-creator and executive producer of the original and the sequel.

“We wanted an authority figure that was absolutely implacable. I think he gave the show gravitas. I think he made the show more than it would have been if we had ever gone with somebody else. He was eminently believable in his care about the kids but doing it in the proper distance so that the kids were allowed to have their own lives.”

Also, a cool trivia:

As an homage to his role of Adams in “1776,” Jacobs named the school in “Boy Meets World” John Adams High School. The new school in “Girl Meets World”? It’s John Quincy Adams.

Source: Latimes.com

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