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TICKETS ON SALE NOW. Join Fan Club · View All Tour Dates · Watch the new video "Chances" · Listen Now. The New Album: DNA. Available Everywhere. Boy Meets Boy is a young adult novel by David Levithan, published in It is set in a gay-friendly small town in America and describes a few weeks in the. Boy Meets World is an American television sitcom created and produced by Michael Jacobs and April Kelly. The show aired on the ABC network from.
Shawn clearly shows his hatred toward Jack and refuses to live with him because he was upset that Jack never called or checked to see if Shawn and his dad were doing okay Shawn eventually discovers that Jack never received any of Shawn's letters, or he would have come to see him immediately.
However, after being convinced by his father and others around him, Shawn moves in with them but finds he has nothing in common with Jack, which causes a lot of tension. Over winter break, the students go skiing on a school trip.
Cory sprains his ankle and Lauren Linda Cardellinia ski-lodge employee, takes care of him. The two kiss, but Cory lies to Topanga. When Topanga finds out that he lied, they break up. Cory, upset about the break-up, gets drunk and is arrested, along with Shawn. The two agree never to drink again, but Shawn breaks the promise and shows up at school drunk. With the help of Angela and Jack, Shawn realizes that alcoholism runs in his family and that he needs to stop drinking. Topanga forgives Cory after encountering her own kiss with an old friend from grade school.
She realizes no kiss means more than the ones she shares with Cory. Cory and Topanga reunite and attend the prom together, where they are named King and Queen. On prom night, Cory's mother Amy Betsy Randle announces that she is pregnant. Feeny decides to retire at the end of the school year and move to Wyoming ; however, he soon returns from retirement and goes back to teaching. Topanga is accepted to Yalebut Cory does not want her to leave him. At graduation, Topanga tells Cory that she decided not to go to Yale because she wants to be with him; then she proposes.
The couple's parents are upset that they got engaged so young, but Cory and Topanga decide to elope. However, at the last minute, they decide that they want to get married "the right way," in front of family and friends. Rachel McGuire Maitland Warda new student from Texas, moves in with Eric and Jack, causing tension as both boys have crushes on her.
They eventually are brought back together by way of Angela's father during his visit to the college, recruiting students for his R. Feeny returns to take some classes but then is offered a teaching job at the university. During their freshman year, Stuart played by Ben Savage's older brother Fred Savageone of their professors, makes inappropriate—and unwelcome—sexual advances towards Topanga, causing Cory to shove him through a glass door at the Student Union.
Cory is suspended but for only one day; the Dean Bonnie Bartlett believes that Stuart had crossed the line. Feeny and the Dean eventually gain feelings for one another and begin dating.
Topanga is convinced that she is doing what is best for herself and Cory until her mother comes to explain everything and tell her that love is worth the risk. Chet dies of a heart attack, and Jack reacts by admitting feelings for Rachel. They start dating, which causes problems for Jack and Eric. Crushed, Eric decides to move out of the apartment so that he doesn't get in the way of Jack and Rachel and later sleeps in Mr. Shawn goes on a road trip to deal with his father's death, saying he won't come back.
He does return however when the new Matthews baby, Joshua, is born prematurely and has a small chance of survival. Shawn receives a letter from his mother, confessing she is not his biological parent. Shawn unsuccessfully searches for his biological mother.
Alan offers to adopt Shawn, but he decides that it was not necessary because Shawn knows that he is already part of the family. Despite this, their friendship remains intact, but Topanga sometimes feels left out. Cory and Topanga get married and move into a shabby apartment for married couples on campus.
They struggle for a while, wondering why Alan and Amy refuse to help them, but Alan later admits that he didn't want to deprive of them of the joy and bonding that comes with building a life together when you're new to marriage.
They eventually make it a wonderful home and realize that they are capable of doing things on their own as a married couple. The group is growing up—they have to start thinking about what to do with their lives. In one episode, the newer friends get involved in a prank war with the originals Jack, Rachel, and Angela vs. Cory, Shawn, and Topanga which ultimately results in an ill-considered prank that exposes a very private secret of Rachel's.
The friends are almost completely torn apart by all of this, until Eric and Mr.
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Feeny intervene by reminding them of the importance of their relationships and, as a result, everyone makes up. Angela decides to move overseas with her father, and Jack and Rachel join the Peace Corps in Guatemala. The final scene has Cory, Topanga, and Shawn having a final meeting with Mr.
Feeny in their old sixth-grade classroom, along with Eric, with each one telling him how important he is in their lives and to cherish each other forever. List of Boy Meets World characters Cory Matthews Ben Savagethe series main protagonist who goes through real life scenarios and learns the meaning of life through several life lessons.
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George Feeny William DanielsCory and the rest of the gang's teacher who gives them several life lessons throughout the course of the series. Eric Matthews Will FriedleCory's ditzy, wild, and crazy older brother.
Shawn Hunter Rider StrongCory's childhood best friend who comes from a troubled family. Production notes[ edit ] Theme music and introductions[ edit ] Boy Meets World used a number of theme songs and opening title sequences over its seven-year run. Season one was the only season of the series that incorporated the names of the main cast and series creators within the opening title sequence, while those credits were shown along with the credits for producers and that episode's director and writers during the show's cold open for the remainder of the series.
Every episode of seasons one and four through seven utilized a single theme song for every episode; however, the entire second season and part of season three used various instrumental themes composed by Ray Colcord who also composed the incidental music used between scenes and commercial breaks throughout the show's run.
This practice ended with "The Last Temptation of Cory" season 3, episode 9 as one of the cycled themes became the sole opening title music for the rest of that season. The final theme, written and performed by Phil Rosenthal, of the band Twenty Cent Crush  remained for seasons five through seven, though the visuals changed from seasons 5 to 6 to include Trina McGee-Davis when she moved from recurring cast member in season 5 to series regular cast member in season 6 and Maitland Ward who was added as a regular cast member in season 6.
ABC Family was the first network since ABC to show all the accurate introductions for each of the show's seven seasons. For the broadcast syndication and Disney Channel airings between andthe opening title sequence from season four along with a slightly modified version of the theme music from that season anachronistically replaced the title sequences for the first three seasons, while the opening titles for seasons four through seven were kept intact.
This section does not cite any sources. Tony is having trouble coping with his homophobic parents, and he decides to go for a hike with Paul in nearby woods. After their hike, Paul hugs Tony tightly, only to be interrupted by Tony's mother's best friend, who spreads what she saw to everyone she knows. Rumors start to fly that Paul and Tony are a couple, and Tony is forbidden to see him.
The next day, Kyle is feeling a great deal of stress and fear, and Paul kisses him. Noah hears the rumor about Paul and Tony, and in the process of denying that anything happened between the two of them, he inadvertently confesses the fact that he kissed Kyle that day. On hearing this, Noah breaks up with him, and not long afterwards, Paul and Joni's friendship seems to break. Paul is arranging the Dowager's Dance, a dance held yearly by his high school.
The theme of the dance is to be Death, and in order to study this theme, the planning committee including Kyle go to a cemetery one evening.
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When Kyle and Paul find themselves alone together, Kyle kisses Paul and tells him that he loves him. Paul says that he doesn't feel the same way, and Kyle is upset and leaves. Paul goes to see Tony and explain everything to him, and Tony confesses that he is feeling troubled by everything that has been happening but that he is working on showing his parents that he is more than just his sexuality, and that being gay will not stop him from living a full and happy life.
Tony's mother comes home and catches Paul and Tony talking, but instead of getting mad, Tony quietly challenges her and she finally allows Tony to see Paul again.
Tony also decides that he wants to go to the upcoming dance, and he and Paul decide that his parents are most likely to let him attend if a large group of people come to pick him up.
Paul realizes that he is still in love with Noah and that what he has to do is show him how he feels. Over seven days he sets himself seven tasks to prove his love to Noah and make his apology: Paul spends the entire night making origami flowers and decorates the hallway and Noah's locker with them.
He writes a list of words he likes and their definitions, and he leaves the list in Noah's locker. He leaves a note in Noah's mailbox wishing him a good day; he does not want to overwhelm him. He has his musical friend Zeke write a song for Noah, and Zeke goes with him to sing it. Paul buys twenty rolls of film Noah's hobby is photography and enlists his friends to give them to him in a series of creative ways. He writes Noah letters explaining everything he has been doing, thinking, and feeling.
He closes the distance and speaks to Noah in person. Noah is overwhelmed by this, and he asks Paul to be his partner for the upcoming dance. Their relationship starts afresh.
Paul goes to see Joni and ask her to be a part of the group picking Tony up for the dance, but Joni refuses, saying that she and Chuck have already made plans. Paul challenges her, implying that she is letting Chuck control her, and he leaves. The night of the dance arrives, and Paul gathers the group to go to Tony's house and ask his parents if he can come with them. At the last minute, Joni arrives with Chuck to join the group.
Tony's mother gives her permission for Tony to go to the dance, despite clear signs of uncertainty. Instead of going straight to the dance, the group go to a clearing in the woods where Tony and Paul hiked. They start holding their own celebration there, dancing and talking and laughing. Tony and Kyle talk and dance together, and Paul and Noah dance together for song after song. Paul looks around him, wanting to fix this image in his mind forever, and the book finishes with him thinking to himself, "What a wonderful world".
Main characters[ edit ] Paul: Paul is the narrator, a high school sophomore. Paul is openly gay and has known this since he was in kindergarten, and his friends and family are all accepting. He has a lot of friends and is generally well liked. He has lived in his town all his life, and he cannot imagine living anywhere else. Noah is a newcomer in town, having lived in four different places over the past ten years, and Paul's love interest.
He has close-set green eyes, untidy hair and a comma-shaped birthmark on his neck. While he is attracted to Paul, he is cautious about relationships after his first and only boyfriend whose name is Pitt cheated on him. He is interested in photography and painting.
Joni has been Paul's best friend since first grade.