Boy Meets World was an excellent show about coming of age, growing pains and learning from mistakes.
I absolutely love Boy Meets World. I wanted to be Topanga. I wanted to marry Sean Hunter.
Danielle was never one to conform to typical beauty standards so it's always nice to see her rocking them curves.
Teo Halm will play Elliot Matthews, Riley Matthews' older brother.
Young people want shortcuts to fame because hard work sucks and because our culture has promised them that even cats can be famous. Instead of measuring their worth and self-esteem on what they have done, on the choices they've made and on the things they will do, they can measure it in pageviews, likes and followers.
Rowan Blanchard is taking on the role of Cory and Topanga's daughter, Riley. She is perfect. Like, seriously? She's got so much little girl swag.
In case you don't have anything better to do during the Apocalypse, T.G.I. Friday's is having party.
Rider Strong has issued a statement saying he has no official involvement in the new Boy Meets World. This is the saddest news ever, who will swoosh their hair and get all emo every time he realizes he doesn't have a family.
Ben Savage and Danielle Fishel have signed on to Girl Meets World to reprise their roles as Cory and Topanga. If you don't pee your pants a little over this news, then I hate you.
I wouldn't trade my college experience for anything, but I wouldn't mind going to some of the fictional universities Hollywood has blessed us with, either.
Disney is developing a Boy Meets World follow-up show that focuses on the daughter of Corey and Topanga.
It's official. It's summertime. Okay, so I know that technically it's not officially summertime, that's not until sometime in June, but for us college girls classes are over, finals are done, and summer is in session. And there's lots of reasons to be happy about that (like the three bs: beaches, bikinis, and boys), but there are also a few downsides to the start of summer.
So let's be real, we all cried a little bit when we found out Brad and Jen were splitting, and some of us are still
sticking pins in our Angelina Jolie voodoo dolls not over it. In fact, thanks to our obsession with celebrities, faux-lebrities and TV/movies, we often find ourselves more invested in Hollywood/fictional couples than we do in our own relationships.