O Mundo é dos Jovens (1993)

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A série é contada sobre a vida a partir do ponto de vista de um incrível e curioso menino de 11 anos. Ben Savage (irmão de Fred Savage, do seriado Anos Incríveis) interpreta Cory Matthews, um pré-adolescente cujo mundo imprevisível o força a inventar criativamente suas próprias soluções para os problemas da vida.


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1You Can Go Home Again

On the way home from a summer road trip, Cory agrees to a final pit stop--not knowing Eric intends to make it a permanent one because he's "not ready for the summer to end."

1My Best Friend's Girl

Ignoring Cory's feelings, Shawn asks Topanga on a date.

1Back 2 School

It appears that Cory has a tough school year ahead of him in junior high, when he learns that Mr. Feeny is the school's new principal, and he also gets on the bad side of the school's bully, Harley.


Cory feels betrayed when his older brother takes a girlfriend to a ballgame instead of him.

1Show Me the Love

Topanga's decision to end things with Cory affects Angela's resolve to reunite with Shawn. Meanwhile, Jack and Rachel don't fare much better, and Eric sees his chance to move back in vanish after the ladies come knocking.

1His Answer (1)

When Topanga proposes for him to marry her at graduation, Cory is absolutely stunned. However, when everyone else has conflicting views on the subject, Cory and Topanga quietly slip away to elope.


When Eric moves back home, Cory vows to get him a place to stay. But the roommate he finds turns out to be Shawn's half-brother.

2Hair Today, Goon Tomorrow

As Cory is feeling insecure about his hair, Topanga shows him that appearance is meaningless, and she proves so by cutting off some of her own locks, a decision she quickly regrets.

2The Double Lie

While Mr. Turner is out for the weekend, Shawn plans a hot date, ignoring the fact that he is staying with the Matthews that weekend.

2Pairing Off

Cory feels left out when he realizes that everyone is pairing off, and he isn't. So he follows Eric's advice to ask out a girl he doesn't even know, which may not be the best idea.

2On the Fence

Cory paints shutters for Mr. Feeny raise money to buy an expensive squirt gun.

2For Love and Apartments

As Cory and Shawn hit Pittsburgh to reunite Topanga's folks, WWF star Mankind refs a battle between Jack, Eric and the ladies over possession of the apartment.

2Her Answer (2)

When Topanga finds that she can't say "I do" at the altar, things get worse as Amy gets angry and Eric tries to stop Mr. Feeny's retirement party.

2Boy Meets Real World

Roommates Eric, Shawn and Jack are the focus of Cory's film, and it's not long before the plot thickens: Shawn and Jack can't get along.

3I Ain't Gonna Spray Lettuce No More

Alan decides he needs a raise at work, however he decides to quit, sending the whole family swirling into chaos.

3What I Meant to Say

Cory is utterly surprised when Topanga starts avoiding him, and then breaks up with him, when he tells her that he loves her.


Cory may be in trouble for one of Shawn's pranks when Shawn changes Mr. Feeny's name in the headline of the school newspaper to "Weeny", and Mr. Feeny presents Cory with an ultimatum: rat on Shawn, or be suspended.

3Father Knows Less

The day after watching a late-night baseball game with his dad, Cory falls asleep in class and strikes out on a test.

3Angela's Men

A few good men come to Angela's aid when Shawn recruits her military dad to help the lonely lady deal with her missing mom. Meanwhile, Eric maps out a strategy to exact his revenge on Topanga for beating him up and stealing his apartment.

3Ain't College Great?

On the first day of college, an ambitious Cory fills his schedule with tough courses but quickly cracks under the pressure and flees to Mr. Feeny's side in Wyoming. Meanwhile, Eric tries to be more sensitive so Rachel will be attracted to him.

3It's Not You... It's Me

After Shawn and Cory agree to attend the same college, Shawn learns Cory's made interview plans on his own, and the two decide to spend some time apart.

4He Said, She Said

Shawn decides to take a new guidance counselor's advice seriously, and begins planning to run away to Paris.

4Me and Mr. Joad

When Mr. Turner goes back on a promise not to give a test on The Grapes of Wrath, Cory and Shawn lead the class on a strike, getting themselves into more trouble than they realize.

4Cory's Alternative Friends

Cory has a hair-raising experience when he tries to straighten his curly top and ends up in exile eating lunch at the "weirdo" table at school.

4No Such Thing as a Sure Thing

On the eve of the big game, Eric gets Jack in over his head with a bookie, while Topanga decides to put her money on Cory after her mom visits.

4Friendly Persuasion

Although Angela's upset after she and Shawn call it quits, she shuns Cory's offer of support, claiming they were never friends.

4Fraternity Row

Shawn gets suspended when he begins to shirk his high-school duties to concentrate on collegiate ones.

4Fishing for Virna

When Shawn's mother arrives back in town, Cory decides to re-unite his friend's family, while at the same time honor the memory of Brenda, the devoted cafeteria lady of the school lunchroom.

5Hometown Hero

When Cory pulls a fire alarm and bolts while he and Shawn break into the school late at night to turn in their Chemistry papers, he is an acclaimed hero, but soon feels guilty for all of the undeserved attention.

5The Uninvited

Cory is utterly surprised when he learns that he has been invited to a party by one of the school's most popular girls, Melissa, but Shawn hasn't.

5Killer Bees

When Cory learns that the geography-bee winner will get to be a batboy at the World Series, he maps out a plan to participate.

5You Light Up My Union

Jack and Eric learn the art of dealing with each other when they take over as managers of the student union. Meanwhile, Rachel reads the guys the riot act after Cory and Shawn pry into her diary.

5Better Than the Average Cory

After Cory is introduced to art prodigy Alexandra Nechita, he develops an inferiority complex and blames his lack of skills on his "average" father. Meanwhile, Alexandra, lonely touring without anyone her own age, befriends Morgan.

5The Witches of Pennbrook

Jack's girlfriend announces that she's moving in, but Eric is spooked because he's sure that she's a witch.

5Shallow Boy

When Eric offends Corinna, a strange, nerdy girl who writes her own songs, she writes a song downgrading him, and she becomes famous. Meanwhile, Cory and Topanga fear that their differing views on children could affect their future together.

6This Little Piggy

Cory feels caught in the middle when Shawn adopts a pig, names it Little Cory, and soon begins to fight with Topanga, who insists that Shawn cannot raise the pig properly with his lifestyle.

6Who's Afraid of Cory Wolf?

Misguided by a fortune-teller, Cory begins to believe that he is turning into a werewolf and will kill Topanga.

6Boys II Mensa

Cory cheats on an IQ test, and Mr. Feeny has the bright idea of sending him to a school for geniuses.

6They're Killing Us

Topanga and Cory hash out their wedding woes, which include his selection for best man and her dress-hating bridesmaids. Meanwhile, Alan and Amy try to cut costs by hiring Feeny as the big day's musical attraction.

6Hogs and Kisses

After a director has Shawn and Topanga kiss while making a promotional film, Cory-certain the duo are harboring romantic feelings for one another-directs them to go on a date and explore their emotions. Meanwhile, Eric and Jack pretend to be mannerly in front of Rachel.

6No Guts, No Cory

When the gang travels to the 1940s, Cory proposes to Topanga as he leaves for WWII. But when the war ends, he disappears.

6Janitor Dad

Verna presents Chet with an ultimatum to find work, or she will take off once again. This causes Chet to land the job of school janitor, utterly humiiating Shawn.

7Truth and Consequences

Cory and Shawn get Janitor Bud fired when they produce a videotape for Media Arts class showing him leaving school early to bet on horses at the racetrack.

7Wake Up, Little Cory

Cory and Topanga are paired up by Mr. Turner to work on a movie about sex for a school project, interviewing their friends and families on the subject. Rumors fly, however, when they fall asleep trying to pull an all-nighter finishing it.

7Grandma Was a Rolling Stone

Grandma visits the Matthews' house and makes some big promises, including one to Cory she can't keep.

7It's About Time

Cory and Topanga's big day hits a major hitch after Eric alters their wedding locale and Shawn quits as best man.

7Everybody Loves Stuart

Cory may be possibly expelled from college, when he knocks a teacher out the screen-window of the commons room. However, that same teacher hit on Topanga in her dorm last night, and he's lying about it.

7I Love You, Donna Karan

After he dumps his girlfriend, Shawn finds a lost purse and falls in love with its owner based on the items it contains.

7Singled Out

Eric says he attends Harvard in order to be on MTV's Singled Out.

8Rave On

Eric decides to throw a rave on the same day as Amy and Alan's anniversary, unknowingly placing it at the same time as the anniversary party.

8Band on the Run

Cory and Shawn lie to impress girls, saying that they are in a band called The Exits, but they are exposed when Mr. Feeny books them to play at the school dance.

8Teacher's Bet

Under the impression that teaching is easier than learning, Cory ends up teaching social studies for a week as part of a bet with Mr. Feeny.

8The Honeymooners

Eric follows Cory and Topanga to their tropical honeymoon, a destination where the newlyweds consider relocating, permanently. But as the days go by, each of the trio discovers the true meaning of family and friends and the comforts of home.

8You're Married, You're Dead

Cory loses his engagement ring when he goes to a bikini club with scantily-clad waitresses to prove that he still fits in with the rest of the guys, despite being engaged.

8Chasing Angela

On Cory's advice, Shawn decides to confess his feelings to Angela. But when he does, she panics and takes off.

8Dangerous Secret

Shawn insists things aren't what they seem when Cory catches him with a girl, but Cory won't buy it.

9The Last Temptation of Cory

When Topanga becomes sick, Cory is suddenly the object of another girl's affections, one of the school's most popular girls: Missy Robinson, is now hitting on him.

9Fear Strikes Out

Cory vows never to date again after he can't find the courage to kiss Topanga at a party.

9Class Pre-Union

After Mr. Feeny crushes Cory's baseball dream, Cory's dad calls on pitcher Jim Abbott to provide some advice.

9The Honeymoon is Over

The honeymoon is over for Cory and Topanga: the newlyweds realize they have no home to call their own, after Shawn moves into the girls' apartment and the Matthews refuse to take them in.

9Poetic License: An Ode to Holden Caulfield

When Cory degrades a student's poem that Mr. Feeny reads in class, he is dismayed when he finds out that Shawn wrote it.

9How to Succeed in Business

Despite a warning from Cory that his laid-back behavior won't fly in the work-study program, Shawn gets a job with an exec, but Cory doesn't.

9Sixteen Candles and 400-lb. Men

Cory agrees to go to a wrestling match with a buddy on the same night as Topanga's Sweet 16 party.

10Train of Fools

Things go wrong for the teens on New Year's Eve, and when they have no transport to get to a party, they are forced to spend the holiday in a stranded subway car.

10Sister Theresa

Cory winds up on a date with Harley's, T.K., when Amy challenges him to be polite for just one day and see where it gets him. And Harley is a bit overprotective of his sister...

10Santa's Little Helper

Cory's well-intentioned gift for Shawn is less than well received.

10Pickett Fences

Cory and Topanga realize that a house is not for them after Shawn sells them on working together to fix up their apartment. Meanwhile, Angela and Rachel play the roommate shuffle once again; and Jack and Eric get a new boss at the student union.

10And in Case I Don't See Ya

In an effort to become more popular, Eric creates a TV show similar to The Truman Show featuring his roommates, but it's Rachel who becomes the campus darling. Meanwhile, Cory and Shawn expect special treatment from Mr. Feeny.

10Last Tango in Philly

Cory and Shawn are loco with jealousy when the girls get jobs at a Mexican restaurant and start spending time with their male co-workers.

10Turkey Day

Assigned a Thanksgiving weekend assignment to consider how class divisions between the haves and have-nots are at the heart of the conflict in Rwanda, Cory and Shawn hope the Thanksgiving spirit will encourage their families to be better friends, but having the holiday feast at the Hunters' trailer park home is not what the reluctant Matthews family had in mind. Nor, it turns out, does the situation sit well with the other trailer park residents. Meanwhile, Frankie's little brother Herman asks permission to court Morgan; and everyone winds up eating dinner at Frankie's table which "always has room for more."

11City Slackers

When Mr. Feeny gives Amy and Alan the key to his cabin in the Poconos so they can have a romantic getaway, Shawn and Cory steal the key, and use it to have a ski weekend. Meanwhile, Eric, Frankie and Joey play the longest game of pool ever played.

11The Beard

Poor Shawn: so many girls, so little time! When two girls are after him at once, he decides that he and Cory should take turns dating them so he can decide who he likes better. But they're both in trouble when Cory falls in love with one of the girls and Shawn can't get along with the other one.

11The Father/Son Game

Cory and Eric try to avoid attending a father-and-son softball game that their dad is looking forward to.

11What A Drag!

Jack and Eric find life a drag when they pose as women-ugly women-to escape the clutches of a campus goon. Meanwhile, Topanga can't paint over her horror when Cory redecorates the apartment.

11Santa's Little Helpers

Now that Cory and Topanga both know that Shawn and Angela still love each other, they have conflicting views on what to do about it -- especially when, unbeknownst to each other, Cory invites Shawn to join their family Christmas while Topanga invites Angela. Topanga wants to let well enough alone, but Cory misses no opportunity to throw his friends together, but the consequences are not exactly what he wants: after they finally kiss, Angela expresses her love for Shawn, but he protests that he is "not ready" to make the same commitment and she storms off for good. Meanwhile, Eric takes his store Santa job a little too seriously when he convinces Rachel and Jack to help him steal his family's gifts in order to make underprivileged children happy.

11A Very Topanga Christmas

Cory gets Topanga a promise ring for Christmas, but has doubts about it--and their future--when he learns they have different holiday traditions.

11An Affair to Forget

Shawn is in a state of shock when his very beautiful, very haughty girlfriend, Jennifer, dumps him. She agrees to get back together on one condition: that Shawn has nothing to do with Cory ever again. This doesn't set well with either of them and the two friends begin seeing each other covertly to avoid Jennifer's wrath. Only the levelheaded Topanga has the insight to solve Cory and Shawn's dilemma. Meanwhile, Eric thinks he's onto a get-rich-quick scheme when he rents a theater for a one-man show he's written called Look at Me, Look at Me, and charges $30 a ticket. (Touchstone press release)

12The Grass is Always Greener

Cory feels uncomfortably domesticated, having been with Topanga for so long. So he misses a date with her to go to a school party with Shawn and the guys. However, Cory finds out that she is at the party, disguised as a French student.


The Sadie Hawkins Dance comes around, and when Cory is asked by a school nerd, Ingrid, he and Shawn attempt to give her a total makeover.

12Once in Love With Amy

It's a big affair to Cory and Eric when they discover dancing shoes in their mom's bowling bag.

12Family Trees

Shawn struggles to accept the fact that he has no idea who his parents are. Meanwhile, Eric puts together a surprise party for his dad, who has an even bigger surprise for the despondent Shawn.

12Cutting the Cord

Shawn and Angela draw up a restraining order forbidding Cory and Topanga from any further interference in their romantic lives, but Shawn still has a difficult time seeing Angela date someone else -- especially when they all wind up in the same restaurant together. Meanwhile, Alan tries to overcome his feeling too old for another baby by shopping for a motorcycle, and Eric becomes an over-enthusiastic birthing coach.

12Raging Cory

Cory's upset that Alan engages only in conversation with him, but plays sports with Eric. So Alan and Eric take Cory sky diving. Afterward, Cory's better, but Eric's hurt that he and Alan don't communicate.

12Easy Street

Comedy veterans Buddy Hackett and Soupy Sales play two businessmen of a shady sort who hire Cory and, subsequently, Shawn to run "errands" for them. Since it is just before Christmas, Cory decides he can use the money for his holiday shopping. However, Cory quits once he figures out that the two gents are not on the up-and-up. Shawn takes over, but Cory soon persuades his pal to quit as well, before he gets in over his head - or hit over the head. (Touchstone press release.)

13New Friends and Old

Cory and Shawn befriend Frankie out of fear, but soon realize how selfish they are being when they start using the younger students, whom will do anything for Frankie.


Cory and Shawn have a choice: help Frankie woo the girl he likes, or die. It seems like a no brainer until they realize that the girl was Harley's girlfriend.

13She Loves Me, She Loves Me Not

Cory's classmate Topanga develops a crush on Eric.

13The Provider

Cory and Topanga's love nest turns into a battle zone after she lands a better job than his at-home telemarketing gig. Meanwhile, Eric gets his money's worth out of a lucky penny, until he passes it on to his brother.

13We'll Have A Good Time Then

Shawn and Jack's ne'er-do-well father Chet reappears on campus suddenly and, confronted by an angry Shawn, promises that he has come to stay and make amends to his sons for never being there for them. But after treating them to a steak dinner and consuming a piece of Rachel's "killer" chocolate cake, Chet suffers a heart attack. Shawn reveals that his anger at his father is partly fear that his own apparent inability to connect emotionally is inherited, and it appears a reconciliation might taken place -- then Chet has a second attack and dies. This is a powerful and quite touching episode, with a particularly affecting performance from Rider Strong, marred only by the obligatory presence of the entire cast in the emergency ward.

13The Eskimo

Mr. Feeny assigns some peculiar tasks to Shawn, Topanga and Cory in an effort to stop them from slacking off.

13B & B's B'n B

When Mr. Feeny goes on a weekend trip, Shawn turns the teacher's house into a bed-and-breakfast for a class project.

14A Kiss is More Than a Kiss

Cory begins dating again, but he can't bring himself to kiss his date, Melissa, because he still has feelings for Topanga, who he finds is already locking lips with another guy.

14I Am Not a Crook

Cory makes a large mistake when he fires Shawn as his campaign manager while running for Class President. Shawn then decides to run himself.

14The B-Team of Life

Cory is frustrated at being named to the basketball team's B-squad.

14I'm Gonna Be Like You, Dad

Topanga develops an acute case of Cory-itis after he overreacts to his low score in a magazine's health quiz (which indicates he should already be dead). Meanwhile, Eric joins the family business and shocks his father by doing well at it-while Amy, in turn, is shocked at Alan's lack of faith in his son.

14Getting Hitched

Cory and Topanga play "The Fiancée Game" to prove how compatible they are, and are crushed when Eric and Rachel prove to know far more about each other than they do. Topanga suggests a quick solution: they should live together on campus and really get to know each other. (Cory mistakenly thinks this means sex and buys satin pyjamas and sheets.) Living together shows them sides of each other they're not too crazy about: for example, his big toe clipping flies across the room and lodges in her already-applied facial cream. Meanwhile, Shawn has ignored Jack's repeated call about clearing out Chet's trailer, and, once persuaded, is freshly outraged to discover evidence that Chet went to Jack's stepfather for help in financing Shawn's college education. He decides to take the trailer out on the highway and convinces Cory to accompany him "for the weekend," but oddly insists on saying goodbye to Topanga. Then Jack, who has been struggling to contain his own grief in deference to Shawn's feelings, falls apart and cries helplessly in Rachel's arms; and Eric walks in to find them kissing passionately.

14Heartbreak Cory

The gang hits the ski slopes, but Cory gets hurt and is relegated to the lodge...where he meets a "cute mountain girl" he finds hard to resist.


It's Cory's 16th birthday and he can't wait to get his license and take a road trip. But his dad has other plans: a birthday dinner with the family.

15The Heart is a Lonely Hunter

Shawn gets turned down by a "nice girl", Dana Pruitt, who in turn, sets her sights on Cory instead.

15Breaking Up is Really, Really Hard to Do

Cory's over-sensitive new girlfriend, Wendy, is planning their whole future together. But when Cory tries to break up with her, she ends up crying, and he takes her back.

15Model Family

Eric takes a fall after a woman butters him up to think that he can quit his job and become a model.

15The War (1)

A fierce war of pranks ensues after Cory and Shawn slight Rachel.

15Road Trip

To take his mind off his dad's death, Shawn takes Cory along on a soul-searching road trip in Chet's trailer, where they end up at a truck stop where the young waitresses (portrayed by band Nobody's Angel) are searching for something more, just like Shawn -- and Cory discovers that Shawn has no intention of returning home. Shawn must persuade Cory to let him go, just as the girls' father/boss must let them find their own way. Meanwhile, Eric tries to understand the kiss he witnessed between Jack and Rachel -- as do they; and Shawn discovers that his father, a truck stop regular, was secretly very proud of him. In a surprise code, Chet's ghost appears to Shawn as father and son finally reconcile their differences and Shawn drives off into his uncertain future.

15First Girlfriends Club

Shawn's ex-girlfriends are so sure he'll ruin Valentine's Day for Angela that they kidnap him to prevent him from hurting her.

15Chick Like Me

Shawn thinks Cory's newspaper column is a drag, so he tells Cory to spice things up by posing as a girl and writing about the stunt. But it's Shawn who ends up in a dress.

16Stormy Weather

Eric's devotion to the TV station soon sees his grades taking a plummet, and it jeaprodizes his chance at graduation.

16Danger Boy

When his girlfriend's younger sister comes to town, Eric asks Shawn on a double-date instead of Cory, which makes Cory decide to get a new image as a "bad boy".

16Risky Business

Cory and Shawn learn about the risks of investment when they bet on race horses for a school assignment.

16Seven the Hard Way (2)

After a war of harmless pranks goes too far and threatens to break up the old gang, Feeny steps in to help mend fences. But he finds that even his intervention may not be enough to reunite the once-tight teens.

16My Baby Valentine

Cory becomes upset when Topanga seems less interested in spending Valentine's Day with him than with consoling Amy about the last stages of her pregnancy, so when Topanga decides to cheer Amy up with a baby shower, Cory takes charge. Unfortunately his concept of a baby shower turns out to be a female version of a bachelor party, complete with a pizza-guy stripper, but the disgusted guests are distracted when Amy's waters break and she is rushed to hospital for a premature delivery -- one which the new Matthews baby may not survive. Meanwhile, Shawn is still on the road to nowhere; Morgan is less than happy about the arrival of a new sibling; and Jack and Rachel worry about the effect of revealing their new relationship to Eric -- who announces he already knows, and is moving out.

16Torn Between Two Lovers (Feeling Like a Fool)

Just as peace talks between Cory and Topanga are set to start, the girl who caused the trouble between them arrives...and Cory decides to date her.

16A Long Walk to Pittsburgh (1)

Eric sees Shawn kiss Topanga and tells Cory about the incident. But the bad news is the peck was for good reason: Topanga's moving.

17The Pink Flamingo Kid

A large rift in Cory and Shawn's friendship comes along when Cory videotapes a group of teen miscreants red-handed, but it turns out that they are Shawn's relatives.

17On the Air

Shawn and Cory's radio show is cancelled by Mr. Feeny when they move to an inappropriate broadcasting format.

17The Fugitive

Fearing his parents' wrath, Shawn hides out in Cory's bedroom after a prank goes awry.

17She's Having My Baby Back Ribs

When Topanga diets to stem a slight weight gain, Cory panics that her new size may be due to a different type of baby fat. Meanwhile, Eric has a hard time watching his own weight.


While everyone anxiously awaits news about newly born Joshua Matthews, Cory's continued self-absorption alienates Topanga, who now considers herself a member of the Matthews family. Even Eric's little friend Tommy views Joshua as his new "brother." It's only when Shawn returns and is accepted by the elder Matthews as "family" does Cory realize where his true values lie. (And, of course, the baby turns out to be fine, though the anxiety of the other parents of premature infants is not minimized.)

17And Then There Was Shawn

In a parody of the film "Scream," the gang is locked inside the school and terrorized by a shrouded killer--with Mr. Feeny among his victims.

17A Long Walk to Pittsburgh (2)

Just as crestfallen Cory gives up hope of seeing Topanga again, she shows up.

18Life Lessons

Cory's classmates choose him to persuade Mr. Feeny to change the rather tiring exam schedule, but when the good teacher refuses, the group of teens who chose Cory vandalize Mr. Feeny's home.

18By Hook or By Crook

Eric is uncertain what to do when an attractive history tutor offers to help him cheat on a test, which would raise his grade enough to take the class trip to Europe.

18It's a Wonderful Night

Cory and Shawn find their plans thwarted when Mr. Feeny subs for their baby sitter.

18How Cory and Topanga Got Their Groove Back

Cory and Topanga try to shed their humdrum personas by hosting a bash on the same night as the school's biggest party of the year. Meanwhile, Jack concocts a get-rich-quick scheme after a bump on the head bestows Eric with telepathic powers.

18Can I Help to Cheer You?

Topanga is in wedding plan mode, and persuades (strongarms) Cory into accompanying her, Shawn and Angela to a posh ceremony in the hall of her dreams -- where an unhappy father of the bride offers Cory a million dollars to marry his daughter. Meanwhile, Tommy pleads with a heartbroken Eric to adopt him so he won't have to move to California, and Eric pretends to no longer want Tommy so he can be happy with his new family.

18If You Can't Be With the One You Love...

Cory tries to get over Topanga by drinking alcohol at a party, but there's trouble ahead after Shawn joins in and shares his friend's indulgence.

18Uncle Daddy

When Eric learns his new girlfriend Kelly has a son, he's confident he's mature enough to handle the responsibility - but too scared to tell his parents about it. Meanwhile, Cory and his friends prepare for the dreaded SAT's.

19I Was a Teenage Spy

When an accident involving a microwave transports Cory back to 1957, he is mistaken for a spy because of his knowledge of Russian space tactics.

19Wrong Side of the Tracks

When a girl refuses to go out with him, Shawn decides to live up to his reputation, and begins hanging out with Harley.

19Kid Gloves

Cory gets Alan's boxing medallion as a birthday present--and promptly loses it while on a scuba-diving field trip.

19Brotherly Shove

Family ties threaten to choke Eric and Cory when they argue over what to sell--and what to save--at a Matthews garage sale. Meanwhile, Jack and Shawn try to become more brotherly, but can't find anything in common to bond over.

19Bee True

The series returns to form as Cory and Shawn unite for the last time as a "bad boy" team to help Mr. Feeny, whose hesitation in declaring his feelings for Dean Bolander looks like a fatal mistake when her ex-husband Curits returns from an expedition bent on winning her back. Shawn and Cory trash the interloper's lab and blame in on a jealous rage by Feeny -- who then saves Dean Bolander's life for real by swatting the rare bee brought back by Curits just before it stings his highly allergic love. She explains that she was not taken in for a moment by the boys' ruse -- just impressed that Feeny's students care about him so much. Meanwhile, Rachel challenges Jack to take her out on a real date.

19Eric Hollywood

After a great acting debut, Eric is invited to study in two theatrical institutions--but instead he joins a TV sitcom called "Kid Gets Acquainted with the Universe."

19Quiz Show

The producers of a dull but prestigious academic bowl sense a hit after Cory, Shawn and Topanga become star contestants by enlivening the show with their humor and pop culture knowledge. But the price of success is changing the questions from brainy to brainless in order to allow Cory and Shawn to win.

20I Never Sang for My Legal Guardian

Jonathan feels he is ready to assume legal guardianship of Shawn, but Shawn secretly longs to live with Chet.

20Pop Quiz

While delivering revised reports to Mr. Turner's house, Cory and Shawn find his schedule, and feel guilty when they study for a pop quiz.

20The Play's the Thing

In a decisive move, Cory quits the title role in a school presentation of Hamlet.

20As Time Goes By

A film-noir spoof finds Topanga causing waves at a placid resort where her uptight ways lead someone to murder.

20The Truth About Honesty

When Cory and Topanga make an agreement to tell the truth about everything and everyone, their totally honest pact creates tension at Rachel and Jack's first dinner party. When the party guests play a game that forces them to also tell the truth, personal feelings are revealed that they would rather keep to themselves.

20Starry Night

Though Topanga's not sure she wants to give up on Cory, she goes out with a terrific guy she meets at a museum and kisses him.

20Security Guy

Eric blames Amy, not Alan, for getting fired; and when they pressure him to go to college, he gets a job as a security guard.

21The Happiest Show on Earth

Cory follows Topanga to Disneyworld to win her back, but she misinterprets his attempts, thinking they are meant towards another girl.

21The Thrilla' in Phila'

Cory realizes that the school year is nearly over, and that he doesn't have any extracurricular activities to list in the yearbook, so he joins the wrestling team.

21Boy Meets Girl

Cory is frustrated when his best friend Shawn falls for a girl.

21Angela's Ashes

Shawn hits rough waters as Angela preps to move overseas with her dad. Topanga pursues a job in New York, though a clueless Cory misses the boat on her own plans to relocate.


When Cory has nightmares where the recurring theme finds him trying to kill Shawn in imaginative ways, he goes to Feeny for an interpretation. Meanwhile, Eric finds a new, but odd, roommate -- one who seems to have seen Hitchcock's "Psycho" once too often.

21Honesty Night

A reconciled Cory and Topanga act estranged so Shawn can "reunite" them. But his mediation tactics lead to more turmoil for the duo.

21Cult Fiction

When a lonely Shawn starts hanging around with a new group of people he describes as "not a cult," Jonathan tries to stop him before it's too late.

22Brother Brother

Cory dreads his upcoming summer vacation when he realizes that Topanga's going to camp, Shawn's travelling with his father, and Eric's leaving for college - and not coming home again.

22Career Day

When Shawn's mother runs away - with his and his father's trailer home, Shawn must stay at Cory's while his father hunts her down. This happens on career day, on which Cory is feeling embarrassed because he feels his Dad's job is too boring.

22I Dream of Feeny

Cory wishes that Mr. Feeny would get sick, but then feels guilty when the teacher ends up in the hospital.

22Brave New World (1)

In a clip-filled series finale, Cory and the gang bid Mr. Feeny farewell as he and Topanga head to New York. Meanwhile, Jack, Eric and Shawn make big moves of their own.

22State of the Unions

While Cory deals with his anxieties about his impending marriage, Topanga's parents (real-life couple Annette O'Toole and Michael McKean) come for a visit and reveal some unexpected news: they are on the brink of separating. Meanwhile, Feeny pops the question to Dean Bolander (real-life husband and wife William Daniels and Bonnie Bartlett), and they agree to get married in the Matthews living-room; and a self-pitying Eric asks Shawn for advice on how to cope with losing Rachel to Jack.

22Prom-ises, Prom-ises

Cory rents a hotel room on prom night for him and Topanga. But his parents check in to the same hotel. Seems they have their own event to celebrate: Amy's expecting.

22Learning to Fly

Cory's in a jam when a coed makes a pass at him while he's visiting a college.


Shawn's dad leaves in search of his runaway wife, and Shawn moves in with Cory's family temporarily. Meanwhile, Eric is having trouble studying for his SATs.

23Brave New World (2)

In a clip-filled series finale, Cory and the gang bid Mr. Feeny farewell as he and Topanga head to New York. Meanwhile, Jack, Eric and Shawn make big moves of their own.

23Things Change

Cory's distraught when Shawn finally gets accepted to college, but plans to work as a photographer's assistant instead.


Cory tries to hide his lying eyes and convince Topanga he wants her to go to Yale; and Shawn surprises everyone with his indifference toward graduation.