Television shows have an act for depicting family life on television in a million different ways. From hilarious sibling fights to dramatic moments between parents, nothing is really off-limits. However, the one thing television shows have a harder time filming is episodes where families get to do fun things together like say, visit one of the best theme parks in the world. While filming at a theme park seems like a major headache for over twenty years, ABC has managed to do just that thanks to it being owned by the Walt Disney Company.
Boy Meets World, Season 3
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Girl Meets World has borrowed a ton of story lines from its predecessor, Boy Meets World , but one that's definitely brand new is the love triangle between Riley, Lucas, and Maya that's been raging since season two. Sadly, the love triangle in Girl Meets World has gone on for waaaaaay longer than one episode. But it finally came to an end on last Friday's episode and Lucas finally ended up "choosing" I use that word sooooo loosely — more on that later between Riley and Maya. In Girl Meets Ski Lodge: Part 2 , the whole gang revisited the ski lodge from Boy Meets World , and staying at the lodge made all the relationship drama bubble up to the surface between the gang, especially since Maya's other crush, Riley's uncle Josh, was there. Basically, Maya and Josh have a deep conversation at the ski lodge's bay window where ALL deep convos are had in GMW world and Josh makes Maya realize that she cared about Riley so much that, in order to protect her, she became like Riley and crushed on Lucas to make sure that he was a good enough guy for her. Maya encourages Lucas to go after Riley after she sees how upset he is that Riley is bonding with the new guy at the ski lodge, Evan. That's when Lucas asks Riley to be his girlfriend by presenting her with the jelly bean that helped him realize he liked her and only her seriously, a jelly bean , and it was the most romantic moment EVER.
Boy Meets World
The season was produced by Michael Jacobs Productions and Touchstone Television with series creator Michael Jacobs as executive producer. Nearing the end of last season's summer road trip, Cory agrees to a final pit stop — without realizing that Eric intends to make it a permanent one because he feels that there's nothing there for him back home. Meanwhile, winning a company award makes Alan consider whether or not he's really happy with his current employment as a supermarket manager. After Cory expresses his insecurity about his hair , Topanga cuts off six inches of her own hair, in an attempt to show him how meaningless outward appearance is compared with inner beauty. However, she soon realizes that even she can be self-conscious when she becomes horrified after seeing her new 'do', and decides to get a makeover.
The show chronicles the everyday events and life-lessons of Cory Matthews Ben Savage. They do not care about schoolwork, despite the efforts of their longtime teacher George Feeny William Daniels. Initially, their main interest is sports, though later Shawn and then Cory begin to express an interest in girls. This season focuses specifically on Cory's relationships with the other characters in the show. He begins to understand his parents more and respect them for all that they do.