That compelling reason is that all your favorite characters from Boy Meets World will appear in the second season!
Well, some of your favorite characters. Ben Savage, who plays Cory, tweeted this photo, giving us a glimpse at the glorious reunion to come: Excited to welcome back some old friends for Season 2 GirlMeetsWorld pic.
The Girl Meets World writers have been sharing snippets of information on Twitter to build up the hype for this special episode. Shawn, Eric and Mr. Feeny will be an important part of season 2.
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Getty Images 2 Bob Saget. That might explain why he has since taken up a host of non-G rated projects.
To cap it all off, this year Saget released his memoir called Dirty Daddy: Getty Images 2 Jodie Sweetin. Inshe penned the memoir 'unsweetened,' in which she revealed that she had long grappled with a meth addiction.
Getty Images 2 Dave Coulier. Getty Images 2 Jaleel White. He also continued to act, doing television guest spots and voice work.
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Getty Images 2 Reginald VelJohnson. By Max Nicholson Warning: Full spoilers for the episode follow. Not unlike this season's "Girl Meets Fish," " Girl Meets Commonism " felt jarringly out of place, and that's because it was literally out of place.
This episode was shot in and remained unaired until this week, which made parts of this storyline feel dated. Farkle's brightly colored outfits were the dead giveaway, but the characters themselves also seemed less enlightened than they are now, which at the time was probably fine but this far into Season 2 was a little hard to watch.
The class's crash course in communism was definitely an interesting basis for an episode, if also simplistic in execution. For example, Cory's "incentive leads to advancement" speech hit on all the major points of why democracy works in America. At the same time, this episode did a good job of showing why communism might appeal to young, developing minds.
However, it didn't seem very characteristic of Riley, Maya and Farkle to blindly embrace cheating, even in their earlier days. Which is to say, the inciting incident was pretty weak.
But that didn't stop this episode from being enjoyable overall.