Tonight’s Girl Meets World is more about Cory than Riley. But then, it almost always is.
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Just say no to Farkle, kids.
Girl Meets World is a lot like its parent show, but it can’t measure up.
It may seem like Girl Meets World is improving, but it’s just a trick of the light — or laugh track, as it may be.
Shawn’s back on Girl Meets World. What’s there to criticize?
This week’s Girl Meets World is pure fanservice, but as long as you’re the fan being serviced, who cares?
This week’s Girl Meets World doesn’t even make enough sense to be bad.
This week’s Girl Meets World is painfully earnest, but there are worse things for a kids’ show to be.
Clear, coherent and funny, this week’s Girl Meets World sets a standard the show should try to live up to every week.
Girl Meets World tries to make the “Treehouse of Terror” model heartwarming, with mixed results.
“Girl Meets World” squanders a good theme on a bad plot.
Oh, the times, they are a-changin’.
Girl Meets World would very much like us to know that beauty is only skin deep.
Nuance! Humor! Characters I don’t want to slap! It’s a whole new “Girl Meets World.”
Topanga finally gets something to do, which leads to some of the show’s best work. Naturally.
Cory needs to learn to make his own damn chicken.
Riley and Maya each try to cut ties with Cory in the show’s best episode so far.
“Here’s Mr. Googly, and his googly, boogly friends!”
Human connection: good. Smartphones: bad, unless you’re bribing your daughter’s friend to spy on her.
If you were hoping to find out what Topanga’s been doing for the past 14 years, don’t hold your breath.