Season 1 Review Share. While not quite as hard-hitting or grounded as Boy, the Disney Channel spinoff did a fairly good job of capturing the spirit of what the old show was all about, even if it took some trial and error in getting there.
Even now, at the end of Season 1, Girl Meets World has some kinks to work out, but the future looks bright for the Matthews family and its ever-growing cast of returning characters. Not only does the actress have the same go-getter spunk of predecessor Ben Savage, but she also nails the wide-eyed innocence that made Cory such a lovable lead in the original.
The same can be said of co-star Sabrina Carpenter, whose Maya Hart is the perfect spiritual successor to Shawn Hunter.
Together, Blanchard and Carpenter make a great team, and they established a firm bedrock in Season 1 for the show to build on. Like father like daughter.
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Meanwhile, Savage brought his A-game to Season 1 as Cory and offered longtime fans a constant source of entertainment. More importantly, his character really felt like the same Cory we grew up with on Boy, albeit older and wiser.
As a continuation of that character, Savage was great; the problem was, it took some time for the writers to figure out his role in the show. At the start of Season 1, Cory was presented as kind of a Feeny-like mentor, which didn't really fit Cory's personality.
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As a result, the classroom scenes were a consistent disappointment, with Cory rarely teaching anybody Honestly, this was part of a larger problem on Girl Meets World, and that was the classroom scenes in general.
Where Feeny's lessons would subtly tie into the lives of his students, Cory's would blatantly deal with the issues at hand, interrupting class for his students well, four of them anyway to go off on irrelevant tangents.
This is why characters like Farkle and Lucas -- particularly the latter -- only marginally worked in the grand scheme of Season 1; most of their stories were directly tied to schoolwork. It aired on July 22, to 2.
Contents [ show ] Overview When Cory becomes the head of the Nature Club, the whole gang heads out on a trip to a familiar ski lodge. Cory, who chose to head the Nature Club, is dramatically making the trip sound as though any one of several dangerous things could happen to them while there.
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Maya and Lucas are wondering why Cory sounds so angry; Riley answers that when Cory was their age, he was kissed by another girl at the very same ski lodge-- a situation that nearly ended his relationship with Topanga.
Cory goes on to talk about "the other kind of nature": Cory warns the students that, as their chaperone, he will be dogging their every step, but he is even more concerned about the "three-headed creeping triangle that won't die", namely the still-unresolved triangle between Riley, Maya and Lucas.
Maya is confident that she has her own human nature under control, but when Joshua followed by Topanga walks into the classroom announcing that he too will be chaperoning the trip, Maya loses her cool. The group barely arrives at Mount Sun Lodge when Riley sprains her right foot falling off the bus.
Lucas makes the observation that Cory's "nature" discourse was focused on the triangle. Riley reminds him that they put the triangle on hold so that Maya could find herself, but now that Maya is back to her old self again, Lucas points out the new angle to the triangle in the person of Joshua, but Maya brushes it off saying that Joshua is only a fantasy.
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Joshua welcomes the students to the lodge and reminds them that the weekend is a time to turn their thoughts away from indoor relationships and toward their relationship with the outdoors, but Zay is not so sure that will happen, pointing to adult couples who are there and flirting with one another; Topanga is mortified when she sees a sign near the entrance saying "COUPLES WEEKEND".
The sign also reads: When Farkle, Smackle, Zay, Lucas and Maya all return from a trail hike, Lucas is annoyed at Maya because she broke the trail rules, though Farkle claimed that Maya was helping him because he fell off the trail chasing a rare moth for his collection.
When Maya tries to downplay it saying Lucas likes when they tangle, Lucas disagrees. Riley shows them the leaf that blew in the window, and Lucas remarks about Riley's romanticism; Riley declares that the triangle has to die, but neither Maya nor Lucas see how it will happen.