Boy Meets World

Boy Meets World (1993)

1 mistake in Santa's Little Helpers

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Santa's Little Helpers - S6-E11

Continuity mistake: When Shawn and Angela are talking in the student union building, Shawn's scarf is draped around his neck in an asymmetrical fashion, with the left side shorter than the right. When they sit down on the couch, he pulls the two sides to a symmetrical length. Throughout the rest of the time Shawn remains seated on the couch, the two sides alternate between being symmetrical and asymmetrical. (00:15:20 - 00:16:47)

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What I Meant To Say - S3-E3

Mr. Williams: I'm here to teach you to find the truth in the media. Because there is a difference between what they say, and what is real.
Mr. Turner: That was very good. Watch this: Hunter, what did he just say?
Shawn: Something about Israel.

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Brave New World (2) - S7-E23

Trivia: In the episode when Cory and Topanga are walking through the marriage dorms for the first time, a little boy walks through the hall and says "I see dead people". And in the very last episode the same boy plays Cory's little brother, Joshy.

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Answer: That was what I hope was only a phase of the way things were in California at that time. Many kids who had parents who liked to be modern and be friends more than parents to their kids had them call them by their first names.


Answer: This was part of Topanga's weird phase. She specifically mentions in one episode that addressing her father as "Dad" would make it hard to tell him apart from the other dads in the world.

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