Girl meets world girl meets high school part one
I have seen the 2nd part already, and I am going to tell you that it is worse than this episode. Am I the only one totally pissed by the Ava story? They completely shoehorn this divorce plot out of nowhere and offer so little exposition with a character we're supposed to normally be annoyed by just to get a good cry out of the audience. I don't like it, it's as cheap and lazy as writing gets. I'd rather have the little kids do another one of those dumb fake-marriage plots that annoy the shit out of me than this. Those were less insulting to the viewer than this.
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I have seen the 2nd part already, and I am going to tell you that it is worse than this episode. Am I the only one totally pissed by the Ava story? They completely shoehorn this divorce plot out of nowhere and offer so little exposition with a character we're supposed to normally be annoyed by just to get a good cry out of the audience. I don't like it, it's as cheap and lazy as writing gets.
I'd rather have the little kids do another one of those dumb fake-marriage plots that annoy the shit out of me than this.
Those were less insulting to the viewer than this. If they'd dragged it out over a few episodes it'd be fine but this came out of nowhere and moved way too quickly. I absolutely agree. My problem with this show is just how lazy the writing is, especially in comparison to BMW. They tend to rush through things and find a conclusion despite no progression actually happening.
And there's a smugness about it, acting like it comes close to the wonderful pacing of a great BMW episode. You're absolutely right. There's nothing wrong with a divorce story. But man does it not feel earned by the writer. While it did conclude quickly, it didn't come out of nowhere. In season 1 we met Judy Ava's mom and we saw what a shrew she is. Also in season 1 though I can't remember the exact episode we've seen that Ava was sent to the Matthews' apartment while "her mother told her father what he is doing wrong".
It is apparent that Ava comes to their place while her parents fight. While that hasn't been mentioned in a while they planted that seed long ago. What we saw in this episode is just Ava's dad finally reaching his breaking point and leaving.
To me this was a payoff of a plot point they gave us early in season 1 - so good for them. I do hope they don't just drop it now. I agree with , it's not as if this is something new--this just hasn't been seen it quite some time.
It may have been more interesting to see Ava's mother leave, rather than her father. While divorced parents are a dime a dozen on Disney Channel, it's usually the father who's left the family. Hmmm that's interesting I didn't know this show was capable of subtle continuity, I wish I had paid more attention to that. Considering the episode that introduced Judy Morgenstern was "Farkle's Choice" and the episode that established Ava as going over to the Matthews' when her parents argue was "Flaws," I think you can cut yourself some slack there Sean.
I'll post later. Zay is a lot funnier than he is when he started, but I did notice a while ago, that while he makes Lucas tolerable, even likable, Zay doesn't have a rapport with anyone else. I think this one was a step in the right direction despite it's problems. They seem to be getting rid of the "Riley the martyr" crap they've used previously and Lucas actually DID something this time.
The romantic plotline still sucks but supposedly that'll be done in like 8 episodes so hopefully we'll get to see these people face other problems other than romance after that's done. And they didn't tie it all up in a happy little bow at the end. That's pretty ballsy for Disney Channel. I'm genuinely concerned that part 2 will have the happy little bow. If not, definitely a step in the right direction. Oh yeah it probably will but this was treated as a single episode on it's own despite the "Part 1" and "Part 2" titles.
There was no "to be continued" or anything at the end like Disney usually does. I liked this episode. It was far from perfect but I thought it took a lot of steps in the right direction. It was great to see Lucas actually have a problem and do something; Zay and Smackle were funny; for once, it actually felt like the show could manage all 6 of these kids and give them something to do.
The plot with the seniors was confusing and baffling but I enjoyed the outcome of the group splitting up. People are harshing on the Ava stuff but other than the mandated GMW "watch these actresses cry" scene at the end I liked it a lot. It wasn't BMW but it felt better put-together, funnier, and more "whole" than GMW usually does if a guest star isn't involved. I had fun with it, but then again I am a lot more forgiving than you boys with this show.
I look forward to seeing your complete spiral into oblivion as the season goes on and the blog more and more resembles the raving manifesto of madmen.
Yeah it's interesting. When Zay was introduced it felt like it was too crowded with five, but here with six it went pretty smoothly. I think the trick here was pairing them up, and I am definitely looking forward to more of that. Yeah, pairing them up seems to work well. The group collapsed under its own weight, and dynamics that should have been explored--Jack and Shawn--were not.
So, seeing the group break into smaller groups is a good idea. That said, I think it may have been funny to see Zay meet Isadora for the first time. I'm not sure what to think of this one. It's certainly a stronger opener than Gravity was.
The dynamics are definitely shifting. Personal experiences, as always, taint my interpretation of this show. I think the primary problem with the Riley-plot is that it's hard to get invested on a personal level. When I graduated middle school, our class was divided. Most of the class went to the regular public high school closest to their home in the school district. But Shipping and I were enrolled in the college-prep school.
We had one fairly close friend in middle school that I have seen exactly one time in the decade since I graduated middle school, and I must say I don't care if I ever see him again. So the fear of growing apart is not something alien to me. At our eighth grade graduation party, many students were in tears, since they realized they would be at a different high school than their friends. If they want to emphasize that Maya and Riley are afraid of growing apart, then why not actually show them apart?
We've all beaten "show, don't tell" to death, but it still remains. At the very least, let Farkle and Smackle be in upper classes, away from their friends. Now onto the conflict of the episode itself, even if I disagree with the degree to which Farkle confronts Riley--how is it her fault that Farkle and Smackle, two certified geniuses, were intimidated by the SIZE of the kids in the Science Club--I have to at least give him credit for actually confronting her. Lucas lost his cool, which is nice, but he and Riley and Mays still have huge communication problems.
And Cory's classroom I think they may be trying to have him confront his abysmal teaching methods. But I don't think using a confrontational student is going to work. That way, you confront Cory being a bad teacher, and the inherent flaws of a three month break from classes adversely affecting the students' knowledge.
Reserving main comments for later; but I do actually like what they did with Ava. For the first time I actually felt sorry for her; despite being quite aware that she didn't have a great home life.
I think it was an earlier episode when mentioned that she was there whilst her parents fought that she mentioned "they're ever meant to stop? Will van Roekel- I like that they're making Ava more of an actual character. This is the first episode where she didn't make me feel uncomfortable. I would love if they took out all the old married couple jokes that they do with them and made them little kid best friends.
More thoughts about the rest of it now that I've had some sleep. It makes sense Topanga wouldn't bring up her parents divorcing. Yeah it was hard; but she was already an adult. She also never really blamed herself. She did some screwy stuff, but never blamed herself. I'm also glad Ava flat out told Auggie he couldn't help. He just.. Maya's parents already were I believe by the time he was born, certainly by the time his long-term memory kicked in. His parents have had fights, but in his lifetime, never anything that really hinted they were down that path.
Cory's teaching method I don't think will get an update. I still think the biggest problem with it is that he teaches his daughter and her friends. He just cannot be expected, realistically, to keep himself aloof. I had more issues with Farkle than anyone else. Smackle is still getting to know Riley to be honest, so her walking out made sense.
Lucas appears to be tiring of Riley's positive all the time attitude, and Zay goes where Lucas does. Riley - well, I didn't like her decision, made it actually made perfect sense for her character, and Maya will always choose Riley. Farkle, after all his forcing Riley to confront her feelings on Lucas, I feel should have been more patient with her. I miss bullies being bullies. As for Danielle Fishel's recent divorce; I think I might have more issues with this episode, if she was more heavily involved in the story.
Girl Meets High School (Part 1)
Growing pains are the focus and whether or not people grow with you. They have been fighting since the first season and honestly, it shows how this affects Ava in terms of her relationship with the Matthews and especially Auggie. She has been demanding, controlling, and even outright jealous when it comes to Auggie, and one could argue this all comes from the instability of her home life.
The series centers around the life of Riley and her friends and family, particularly their school life, in which Cory is their history teacher. Riley shares a strong relationship with her best friend Maya Hart, who assists her in learning to cope with the social and personal issues of adolescence. Several Boy Meets World cast members reprise their roles in the series. In her bedroom, Riley Matthews and her best friend, Maya Hart, try to sneak out her window to ride the subway, but are stopped by Riley's parents, Cory and Topanga Matthews. Cory and Topanga give them the permission to ride the subway, but only if they make the world theirs, instead of their parents.
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The Scoob! Watch the video. Riley and Maya are intimidated by the older kids. Meanwhile, Lucas and Zay try out for the football team and gets picked on by the other players. Farkle and Smackle are hanging out with the brainiacs and fit in with them really well. Sign In. Keep track of everything you watch; tell your friends. Full Cast and Crew. Release Dates.
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