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Monday, December 30, Episode 2x03 "Notorious". The Notorious B. Prove me wrong. Cory and Shawn show up with some rats for a school project on natural selection. The rats scare Eyelids away and Eric chases after her.

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Please let that be true. Also this entry might be a little short on screencaps. The last Windows update seriously screwed up everything on my computer — I mean, literally everything runs really slowly now, so taking a screencap, pausing the video, pasting the screencap in, and then writing is taking longer than normal.

I should do another system restore. I did one yesterday, so of course when I went to turn my computer off it just installed all the windows updates that made me do the system restore to get rid of them in the first place. Riley thinks the idea of working AND going to school is preposterous. I think the idea of a 7th grader doing so is a little ridiculous, definitely. Cory butts in to be all sarcastic, because he works and goes to school.

Like, not even remotely the same thing. Teachers generally have to be at school earlier than the students. Cory asks who in the class knows about the Great Depression. He ends on mentioning The Forgotten, which Cory expands on. The Forgotten were people who were basically really screwed over by the Great Depression, and got thrown aside and forgotten after they were used. Also Farkle has a really sweet dinosaur sweater on. Thanks, dad. For once I actually understand one of your lessons.

At lunch, Riley and Maya discuss electives. Shop class was not what she was expecting, she says. You have to put in a lot of butter, pepper, and garlic powder for it to taste like anything. The lunch lady says she made the blog herself.

Do cafeteria workers at public schools actually make the food themselves? Cory is in line, buying the school lunch as well. I mean it had gravy in it alreayd, Maya just caused it to erupt.

Then the bell rings, signaling the end of lunch. Did they only give these kids 10 minutes for lunch? The four get up to leave, so Cory runs over. He calls over Jerrilyn, the lunchlady, and Janitor Harley. It feels more than a little contrived that he and Cory are both working at the same school, in the same city where another classmate from an entirely different state also lives.

Cory decides to just go ahead and assign them their electives — the girls are on cafeteria duty, the boys on janitorial. Riley and Maya say the other one is the cutest ever in their uniforms. Jerrilyn gives them their assignment — peeling potatoes and putting them in the pot. They are not to do anything else. Oh, snap. She leaves, and Riley starts dutifully peeling potatoes.

Riley then knocks over some potato sacks by accident. He has a point. Elementary school, yes. I know the only time I ever threw up in school was in kindergarten, myself. I had carrots and Cheetos for lunch. So the vomit was orange. Which, according to my mom, was of huge concern to me. Not that I barfed, but that it was orange. Some kid offscreen vomits, and Harley can tell who it is just from the sound. He also knows the vomiting kid has a speech in English today, and he sounds unprepared.

Then some other kid walks by and tries to put his trash in the garbage can, but it falls out and he just keeps walking.

Farkle asks if that happens a lot. To be fair to that kid, that was one of those stupid trashcans where the lid swings in and out. Riley and Maya are taking a snooze on the couch. Topanga comes in and asks them to help with the groceries. But they worked a whole 45 minutes! Oh boy. Riley tells her yes, Lucas and Farkle had to clean the school. Of course! Then they go back to sleep. Riley nervously says that the smiling faces of hungry students are payment enough.

Jerrilyn tells them today is the hard part. They have to scoop out lunch to the kids, and the really hard part is when the dishes come back, they have to quickly take them off the conveyor belt, scrape the food off, and wash the dishes, and then put them on another conveyor belt.

Farkle, Lucas, and Harley arrive. They did such a good job cleaning the school yesterday, that today was really easy. Jerrilyn tastes the mashed potatoes, for some reason, and yells at the girls. All they had to do was peel the potatoes and put them in a pot! Later at home, Riley and Maya say Jerrilyn is really good at her job.

Riley and Maya give a report on their lunchroom job. The four characters with names have come to respect their school staff people and the work they do.

And hope everyone else will, too. At home, Riley has somehow realized that Topanga does a lot of work, and she thanks Topanga for all she does. Harley calls him Baboon like in the old days and tells him to leave so he can clean the cafeteria.

I give this episode a Not Bad out of For once the lesson of the episode actually had something to do with the history class lesson, but in this case it was more of an added bonus — I mean, Cory seemed to be trying to teach this lesson independently of the history class, it just happened that the two lessons were similar.

Excuse me while I play sad trombone music and vomit orange all over the cafeteria floor. I mean Michelle Tanner would be embarrassed at what an annoying, entitled little thing Ava is, and Auggie just… ugh. This episode it sounds like is supposed to have three segments focusing on one character each, and one of those is Auggie. Topanga asks Auggie where he got the coffin-shaped toybox.

She tells him to come to dinner, and she means it! Auggie then asks if we know what scares Farkle. A bat! Oh, you! So we cut to gym class. But Lucas, the tallest and obviously oldest guy in the class, is still pretty rude about gym. Then as he walks away she smacks him playfully. Anyway, Farkle strikes out twice, and the power goes out before he has to hit the ball again.

He starts taunting Maya but the power comes back on really quickly. So Lucas becomes the pitcher, and throws the ball really hard and hits Farkle with it.

And wants Maya to throw the ball for real. From the sound effects it sounds like he actually hit the ball. That was lame. It was boring to sit there and watch for 45 minutes, but better than getting hit in the face with a ball…. Are we expected to believe that a 5 year old knows about Alfred Hitchcock Presents? I wonder if that has anything to do with Maya being poor and her mother never being around since she has to work all the time.

Probably not. Riley wants a post-trick-or-treat sleeopover so they can trade candy, and Maya suggests they have it at her house this time. Maya introduces Riley to her ferret, Ginger, who was actually mentioned in a previous episode. So that works out. Who was just there for some reason. Maya relents and it turns out she does have a curtain. This time she screams, which gets Riley up, and Riley screams, and they go over and take the curtain down, and both scream at what they find.

And Lucas. They were passing by on their way home from trick or treating which is weird. What neighborhood do they live in?

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Unsurprisingly enough, the show that she stars on seems to be doing the very same thing. The writers tackle serious social and world issues by teaching the audience through the four main cast members and their junior high history teacher. She starts wearing big glasses, colorful hair extensions, bright clothing and has the overall appearance of a Harajuku girl. She shuts out her best friend, Maya, and tries to convince everyone that she has changed. At the end of the episode, Riley is competing in a spelling bee all decked out in her Harajuku clothes.

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.

The Matthews family and Shawn visit for Christmas. Topanga tries to impress Amy with her cooking while Riley tries to work on her relationship with Shawn. Uncle Eric is recruited to run for the Senate, but learns it was only because they expected him to lose. Riley and her friends rally together to help his campaign.

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Hi Sean, sorry to hear you're feeling sick. This episode I guess it reminds me of "Real World" in a strange way.

Girl Meets World - S 1 E 12 - Girl Meets The Forgotten

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It aired on October 10, to 2. When the kids are assigned a special lesson on appreciation, Riley and Maya are forced to work in the school cafeteria while Lucas and Farkle are assigned janitorial duty. Cory is trying to teach the class about the Great Depression, and how important it is to appreciate the working class. Riley and Maya are put to work in the cafeteria, peeling potatoes and doing dishes, while Lucas and Farkle are on janitorial duty, helping Harley Keiner keep the school clean. The girls thank Geralyn, the lunch lady, the guys thank Harley, the janitor, and when she comes home, Riley finally thanks Topanga for everything she does for her children. Fandom may earn an affiliate commission on sales made from links on this page.

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