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The protagonist, a neurotic everyman from suburban Philadelphia who grows from a young boy to a married man over the course of the series. Feeny's footsteps and become a history teacher—specifically, his daughter's history teacher.

Cory's lifelong best friend, a Street Smart but Book Dumb kid from a broken home who grew up in a trailer park. While Cory relied on Shawn to help him with girls and navigate the high school social scene, Shawn relied on Cory to bail him out of trouble and provide stability in his turbulent life. Along with Cory, Shawn appears in every episode, cementing their status as Heterosexual Life-Partners. Though Rider Strong had initially demurred from appearing in Girl Meets World going so far as to issue a formal statement on the matter , Shawn appeared in two episodes of the show's first season, with further appearances in the upcoming second season.

It is revealed that Shawn left New York shortly after Cory and Topanga's daughter was born and is now a travel writer and photographer, in a Call-Back to his interest in the hobby during the fifth season. Cory's girlfriend for the majority of the series, and eventual wife. Though she began as a classic Granola Girl , she morphed into a perfectionist Hollywood Nerd fairly early on and generally was the superego on Cory's shoulder in comparison to Shawn's id. Although initial plans were for her to be the proprietor of the Local Hangout , this was changed during production, and she is now as the series finale portended a successful lawyer working with a major firm.

Cory's older brother, by turns a fun, charismatic ladies man and a lovable but seriously deranged Cloud Cuckoolander. Though Eric struggled academically, he was usually portrayed as being immensely intelligent deep down and filled with hidden potential and complexity, causing him to be frequently underestimated by friends and family. He makes his first appearance in the season two episode "Girl Meets Mr. Squirrels" where Cory enlists him to help solve a fight between his daughter Riley and her friend Maya.

Eric, using his Mr. Squirrels persona to win people over, was elected the mayor of a small town on the New York-Quebec border and does a great job of helping people solve their problems. By the end of the episode has set his sights on running for Congress. Shawn's estranged half-brother who reconnects with Shawn when he comes to Philadelphia to attend Pennbrook University, and becomes Eric's best friend and roommate.

She was the only continuing regular not to appear in the Series Finale , having departed for Europe in the show's penultimate episode in order to spend some quality time with her soldier father.

One of two series regulars the other being the short-lived and long-forgotten Mr. Williams to never make a reappearance in Girl Meets World , although Eric mentions that he still keeps in touch with her and considers her one of his best friends.

Played by creator Michael Jacobs's son Daniel in the Series Finale in which his only real line is the exclamation "Topanga! He is now a teenager and still lives in Philadelphia with his parents, but visits his brother, sister-in-law, niece, and nephew in New York on a few occasions. Cory's teacher turned principal turned college professor, and next-door neighbor to the Matthews family.

Though a mentor to everyone on the show, he formed a particularly special bond with Cory and Eric, helping them navigate the tricky journey from adolescence to adulthood. In the second to fourth seasons, when there's multiple teachers around, he's generally portrayed as strictly a history teacher, but in the seasons where he's the only teacher in the main cast, he basically teaches any subject that the narrative calls on him to.

Feeny appeared in the pilot of the Sequel Series Girl Meets World in a brief cameo as a figment of Cory's imagination as a "passing-of-the-torch" gesture to Cory. Feeny later returned for multiple appearances, including in an episode where the cast returns to Philadelphia. Cory, Shawn and Topanga's high school English teacher, who becomes Shawn's guardian for a period of time after Shawn's parents abandon him.

Alongside Minkus, he enjoyed the shortest tenure as a regular character only one season and alongside Rachel, never appeared in the spinoff Girl Meets World. Cory and Shawn's nerdy classmate in the first season. Due to his actor being signed on for another show following this season, Minkus was said to have simply ended up taking classes in a separate department from Cory and company, and in his reappearance, asserted himself as Topanga's rival.

He makes a brief return around graduation time. In Girl Meets World , he is the father of Farkle Minkus, who attends he same school that Cory teaches at and is both a classmate and friend of Cory's daughter.

The leader of a trio of bullies at John Adams High. Sent to reform school at the end of Season 2. Harley has become a much nicer person than he was as a teenager and has made amends with Cory, who helped him get the job, and serves as another mentor to Cory's daughter and her friends.

When Harley got sent to reform school, Frankie revealed his gentle side and became friends with Cory and Shawn. Stechino had the longest run of any recurring student character in the show's history, and the second-longest overall behind Chet Hunter, appearing in four consecutive seasons , the entire John Adams High era, and the majority of the show's run albeit his only season 5 appearance is a one-shot cameo in the season finale.

Shawn and Jack's n'er-do-well father who's constantly blowing in and out of their lives. Though Jack was raised by his rich stepfather and barely knew Chet, many of Shawn's issues stem from his complicated relationship with his dad.

He appears in every season except for the first, making him the longest running recurring character on the series. Frankie's Wrestler father. A little boy to whom Eric acted as a Big Brother Mentor. He was later adopted by a family in California. He later goes by Thomas Jonathan "T. Community Showcase More. Follow TV Tropes. You need to login to do this. Get Known if you don't have an account. Cory Matthews. Cory : Chickens in the hallway. In the hallway! Someone must've let them loose as the official senior prank!

Why, this is hilarious! Look at 'em! Oh my gosh, look at the chickens! Oh my gosh, this is crazy! This is nuts, huh!? Cory : Yeah, don't step on them or else I lose my deposit. Shawn Hunter.

Shawn: Jon, how could you be in here? How could you screw up on your bike? I have never seen you screw up on anything. I'm the screw-up, remember? C'mon, you remember Don't do this to me, Jon. I don't do alone real good I know you're in there, but it's like you're not really here. You're not talking, but I know you're here. So I'm just gonna talk, you can listen. Jon, even when I was at the Centre, it was all the things you taught me that made me wonder if it was the right place for me or not.

But you didn't teach me enough. You, and Cory, and my parents, and the Matthews, and the handful of people who really care about me, so don't blow me off, Jon! Don't blow me off, God! I never asked you for anything before and I never wanted to come to you like this, but don't take Turner away from me ; he's not yelling at me yet. God, you're not talking but I know you're here, so I'm gonna talk, and you can listen.

God, I don't wanna be empty inside anymore. Shawn: Cory, people like me, we don't go anywhere because we don't believe that we can get there! I'm my own worst eskimo!

Shawn: Cory, I'm no rocket Scientologist but I'm sensing there's something wrong. Turner: Hey, if you don't know that deep down inside you're all right, then I haven't taught you anything at all. Turner: Oh, you think that was an accident? That you have a friend who thinks so much of you, he's willing to put his own neck on the line? No, I don't think lowlifes have friends like that. Do you? Alan Matthews: No, no, listen. You see, a judgment I made a long time ago is that Shawn Hunter is the best friend that my kid ever had.

And I will kill to protect Shawn Hunter from people like you. Topanga Lawrence. Topanga: If you stop now, I promise you, nothing bad will happen to you Jack : Your first name's "Topanga. Eric Matthews. Played by: Will Friedle. Jack Hunter. Angela Moore. Rachel McGuire. Alan Matthews.

It includes a lot of Lampshade Hanging and fourth-wall breaching. It lasted from September to May , producing a total of episodes over seven seasons. Cory Matthews is the middle child of a typical suburban family.

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The titular "Girl" looking to make her way in the world. Riley is the eldest child and only daughter of Cory and Topanga, the main characters from Boy Meets World. She has several similarities to her father, from his compassion to his occasional neurotic tendencies. Riley's best friend.

Ben Savage and Danielle Fishel reprise their roles as Cory and Topanga, with year-old Rowan Blanchard playing their daughter Riley—who will, presumably, meet the world. Completing the family is August Maturo as Riley's younger brother, Auggie. The show's 2nd season premiered on May 11, , while the third season premiered on June 3, On Jan 4 , it was announced the show wouldn't be getting a 4th season and had been cancelled. The final episode aired on Jan 20, Community Showcase More. Follow TV Tropes. You need to login to do this.

The protagonist, a neurotic everyman from suburban Philadelphia who grows from a young boy to a married man over the course of the series. Feeny's footsteps and become a history teacher—specifically, his daughter's history teacher. Cory's lifelong best friend, a Street Smart but Book Dumb kid from a broken home who grew up in a trailer park. While Cory relied on Shawn to help him with girls and navigate the high school social scene, Shawn relied on Cory to bail him out of trouble and provide stability in his turbulent life. Along with Cory, Shawn appears in every episode, cementing their status as Heterosexual Life-Partners.

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