Family Matters: The Show Must Go On vs. Boy Meets World: The Plays the Thing

While I would argue that Hamlet has a better plot than Romeo and Juliet, I’m grading on what we actually see of the production in each of these sitcoms. And based on that alone, Family Matters is the clear winner. (If we were judging on episode plot it would be all about Boy Meets World … Continue reading Family Matters: The Show Must Go On vs. Boy Meets World: The Plays the Thing

Boy Meets World: Santa’s Little Helper

Mr. Feeney reads the class A Christmas Carol and discovers that Cory and Shawn really don’t get it because they keep expecting the Grinch to show up. He asks Topanga to switch seats with Cory (which she tries to do through transcendental meditation because she used to be New Age, remember) who describes A Christmas Carol as … Continue reading Boy Meets World: Santa’s Little Helper

Boy Meets World: Who’s Afraid of Cory Wolf?

It’s a dark and stormy night, as Cory sits at his desk in the suburbs of Philadelphia. He writes with a quill pen, stolen from his mother’s feather duster, carefully documenting his transformation from teenage boy to WEREWOLF. (cue eerie music). It all started the night before when Mr. Feeney told Cory that a wolf … Continue reading Boy Meets World: Who’s Afraid of Cory Wolf?

Boy Meets World: Everybody Loves Stewart

I’ve been watching The Grinder lately. It’s not the best show, but Rob Lowe is always entertaining and I’m really loving that Fred Savage is acting again! So here’s a little reminder of that time he guest starred on Boy Meets World. This episode is weird because Fred Savage plays the “cool young professor,” Stewart, and no … Continue reading Boy Meets World: Everybody Loves Stewart