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The series centers around the life of Riley and her friends and family, particularly their school life, in which her father Cory Matthews 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. At the start of the series, Riley is 12 years old and in seventh grade.
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Girl Meets Goodbye is the twenty-first and final episode in season 3 of Girl Meets World and the 72nd and final episode overall. It served as the series finale and aired on January 20, to 1.
Still weighing her big decision, a stressed-out Topanga gathers her family and close friends in the living room, where Shawn reveals some major news. Arriving at school, Maya asks Riley if Topanga has decided whether or not she'll accept the London job, but Riley believes that they both will find out at the same time. Maya is convinced that this is the end of their friendship as they know it, but when Riley tries to reassure Maya that they will still be best friends no matter what, Maya reminds her of Kerri Abelson, their third best friend from years ago and that their friendship with Kerri fell apart when Kerri moved across the street.
Riley is now convinced that it's the end for their friendship and the two let out a long scream before entering Cory's class. When Riley remarks on everyone else looking so forlorn, Farkle points to the chalkboard, upon which is written "Belgium ".
Cory finally tells the class about the Netherlands, a kingdom of nations that thought they would stay together forever, until Belgium decided in that it wanted its independence.
Knowing that Cory's lessons always managed to tie into what his students were going through at the time, and desperately wanting to avoid the subject, Farkle and Maya both persuade Smackle to stand up and ask Cory a series of disconnected questions in the hope that he will change the topic, but this time it doesn't work. When Cory begins by saying that Belgium decided it wanted autonomy, Farkle deduces that the subject of Belgium is a parallel to what they will be going through once they graduate high school, but then Cory points out that sometimes things happen earlier than they're meant to.
When Zay asks what happens next, Cory replies that they simply do their best, leave their good mark and hope that people will remember them fondly.
Riley turns to her classmates and says that she did her best and hopes that everyone there will remember her fondly; one of the girls says she will, and when Riley asks who she is she replies she is Kerri Abelson.
At home, Topanga tries to comfort Auggie saying that he'll be just fine no matter where they are, but then he mentions he is worried about Ava, at which point Ava bursts through the door calling herself Twiggy, wearing a 60s-style dress, and says in a British accent that she plans to accompany the Matthews if they do decide to go to England. Back at school, Cory asks the class if it's tougher to leave something you love, or to stay where you are and risk missing an opportunity; Zay answers that it depends on what you're leaving behind, but Lucas adds that it's also important to know what's waiting for you wherever you're going.
Recalling the good times they had when she, Maya and Farkle visited Texas , Riley remarks that Lucas and Zay were right to love their home state, and Lucas adds they he and Zay have both had a great time in New York.
When Farkle asks what happened after Belgium became independent, Maya guesses that the United Kingdom of the Netherlands fell apart. She then adds that nobody has to be smart to see what's coming for them, and then points out that Farkle has always been the smart one of the bunch, citing he has always wanted to know about Belgium ever since it first went up on the board, and that it's always been Farkle who has loved her and Riley and the others and wanted to protect them.
Maya promptly gets up and kisses Farkle on the cheek, which causes him to faint after which Maya apologizes to Smackle. Cory then tells Riley that Topanga will seek out the advice of everyone close to her, and that she will make the right decision, and then intones that no matter what her decision is, they will go with her. Cory, Riley and Maya all arrive at home.
Stopping outside the door, Cory reassures Riley that Topanga will listen to everyone close to her and make the right decision, adding that she's probably doing it right now; the three go inside and find Eric , Jonathan Turner , Joshua , Minkus , Alan and Amy , Harley , Katy and Shawn , Mr. Feeny , and, in a surrealistic twist, two Morgans both of the actresses who played Morgan in Boy Meets World there along with Topanga.
Cory says that it's been a long time since they've all been together, and so Topanga decides they're going to take them one at a time:.
Later at Topanga's, Smackle admits that, while studying molecular structure with Farkle, she saw a correlation between the changing of a particular molecular structure when something is added or removed, and the changing of people when other people are added or removed; in other words, if Riley were to leave, the rest of them wouldn't be the same anymore.
Smackle identified it as sadness and began to cry, mainly because nothing else had made her feel so sad before; she then thanks Riley for those feelings and gives her a hug. Zay then tells Riley that he'll make sure that Lucas will be all right and that he never forgets her, and Riley then remarks to Zay that their circle of friends was incomplete until he showed up.
Maya then reminds them all that the decision has not yet been made, and that she believes that Riley won't be going because Riley is irreplaceable, that nobody cares about her the way Riley does. But when Joshua walks in and joins them Maya makes the observation that life is trying to replace Riley, and only then it hits Maya that Riley may actually be leaving. Lucas quietly gets up to walk outside, but beckons Riley to join him. Sitting on the steps, Lucas tells Riley that no matter what happens in his life, Riley will always be his first girlfriend.
Moments later, Maya walks outside and calls Riley to the Bay Window for what could be the final time. Auggie is sitting in the Bay Window with Ava before the girls arrive. Ava sadly informs Auggie that her mother said she can't go to London with them, which Auggie expected. Auggie is still convinced that kids have to live with their parents' decisions and that there's nothing they can do, but then Ava adds that they can hope that their parents' decisions are the right ones.
Auggie and Ava walk out hand-in-hand while Riley and Maya take their turn; Maya sadly says goodbye to Riley and the two tearfully embrace. That evening, Cory, Riley, Maya and Auggie walk into a closed and darkened Topanga's, where they find Topanga sitting alone and thinking.
They ask if she's made a decision, which she has, but before she announces it she talks about the fact that there were many reasons to move to London, but only one reason to stay; she brings up all the times she saw Riley and Maya sitting in the Bay Window and was reminded of how she wanted a place just like it, a place where she could make important decisions of her own.
She then remarks that she could run the London office, and maybe someday run the New York office, but the one place she loves running is the bakery, where Riley, Maya and all their friends come in and plan the next steps of their own lives.
Topanga declares the bakery to be her bay window and she's not leaving it; she has decided that they're staying in New York, and Riley and Maya let out another long scream, this time a scream of joy. The next day at school, Cory asks the class what they've learned from Belgium ; Farkle answers that there comes a time when the right thing to do is to leave the friends you've known for a long time and see what's out there and face a new world. When asked what he has to say about that, Farkle erases "Belgium " from the chalkboard and replies, "Not yet.
Cory tells them they'll all go many places, and is reminded of when he, Topanga, Shawn and Eric all left Philadelphia to move to New York, and what Cory said to little Joshua right before they left using footage from the final episode of Boy Meets World. The grownups all remind the teens that they're going to learn from the world every day, that they're going to make mistakes, but they're also going to make good friends, and even though the world goes out of its way to teach hard lessons, it's also the same world that gives them their friends and their families.
Cory then tells them that after they've met the world for awhile, the best thing for them to do is to find out just where they belong. Riley and Maya promise to one another that time and distance will have no power over their friendship and that they will remain together for as long as they live. Fandom may earn an affiliate commission on sales made from links on this page. Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki. Contents [ show ]. Maya: It's Farkle who's been smart. It's Farkle who's wanted to know what Belgium was ever since it went up on the board.
It's Farkle who's always loved us and tried to protect us. Cory: Riley, I know your mother. I know she'll seek out the advice of everyone close to her. I know she'll listen to what we have to say.
And I know her decision will be the right one. Riley: No matter what it is? Cory: No matter what it is. We go with her. Shawn: All right, look. As much as I'd hate it if you guys went anywhere, when we left Philadelphia to come to New York, that worked. If we didn't do that, I never would have met Katy. If we didn't do that, I wouldn't be happy. We wouldn't have Maya. Maya: Oh, guys, I'm not actually your daughter though- Katy: I'll never forget when we first saw you in the hospital delivery room.
Maya: [to Shawn] You wanna adopt me? Riley: Yay! Maya: I don't know how I feel about this. Riley and Maya: Yay! Jon: You know, Maya, I talked with Shawn and your mom about this.
I always regretted that I never adopted Shawn. Cory: Well, you know, my parents tried to adopt Shawn, but he preferred to stay a street urchin. Maya: I'm Maya Hunter. Hey, Dad? Shawn: Yeah?
Maya: I'm sorry. Shawn: For what? Maya: For everything I'm gonna do. Oh, and I'm going to London with them. Alan: We can only give you a parent's advice. We raised you to be good people and we know that you will make your best decision. Amy: But then you leave. You leave for college, you leave for New York, and now you're gonna fly across the ocean and take away my grandchildren.
Auggie: Tell them not to take us away, Aunt Morgan. Morgan 1: I know what it's like to be the youngest one in the family. You think nobody is listening to you or your ideas, but they are. You're very important, and they'll take everything you say into consideration. Auggie: How can I be sure that everything is gonna be okay? Morgan 1: Because life knows that in order to be the best person you can be, sometimes it's good to stay..
Auggie: Is there gonna be another me?! Riley: Too late. Just you. Morgan 2: Just know that your parents are gonna make the right decision for you. They always do. Trust them. They'll listen to you. Being the youngest is really important. You're the one they hold on to. Morgan 1: Or not.
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Girl Meets Goodbye is the twenty-first and final episode in season 3 of Girl Meets World and the 72nd and final episode overall. It served as the series finale and aired on January 20, to 1. Still weighing her big decision, a stressed-out Topanga gathers her family and close friends in the living room, where Shawn reveals some major news. Arriving at school, Maya asks Riley if Topanga has decided whether or not she'll accept the London job, but Riley believes that they both will find out at the same time.
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 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. After Maya hurts Riley's feelings, the group learns that Riley is overly sensitive because another classmate is making fun of her. Riley's friends encourage her to like herself for who she is. Watch the video.
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The two are very close friends and both share similar traits of caring and standing up for others. The moment Lucas and Riley share a smile on the subway, Riley is immediately smitten and develops a crush on him. However, as their relationship develops, her original small, shallow crush on Lucas, turns into a strong, and real relationship. Her feelings for him continue to remain the same throughout subsequent episodes although some episodes focus less on their relationship than others. For Lucas, it has been evident that he does return the feelings, but he is not as expressive as Riley is.
The lessons Mr. Feeney had taught them over the years continue through Cory as he takes up the mantle of the middle school, and later high school, history teacher. Both shows were very moral driven as the main characters connected to lessons others had learned in the past to help them determine how to handle their present. However, while the nature of both shows may have been similar, each series had to present the scenarios differently.
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By Denise Petski. As we reported yesterday , creators were unable to find a new home for the show, making season 3 its last. You are who we did it for.
Girl Meets World's series finale was filled with nostalgic nods to Boy Meets World —including nearly its entire cast and actual clips of the series finale—but there was also no shortage of the friendships and humor that we're deeply going to miss if the show doesn't find a new home. We never really thought Topanga Danielle Fishel would force her family to move to London when they so clearly did not want to, but apparently the decision was so hard for her that she had to bring in her husband's entire family and two of their high school teachers with not a single member of her own family in sight to help. Renewed or Canceled? It was, however, great fun to see everybody. Eric Will Friedle and Mr.
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