Boy Meets World

Boy Meets World (1993)

10 corrected entries in season 3

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The Double Lie - S3-E2

Corrected entry: In this episode, Alan says Eric was 4 in 1978. That would mean that Eric was 20 in 1994. But Eric is driving in 1993 at 16.

Correction: In this episode (s3e2) Alan says he joined the parent club in 1978, meaning that is when Eric was born, then he goes on to say his first mistake as a parent was when Eric was 4. He was not saying Eric was 4 in 1978. Eric being born in 1978 would have made him 16 at the time of the episode as he was.

This Little Piggy - S3-E6

Corrected entry: In this episode, Little Cory is a small pink pig. In a later episode, Little Cory is shown again, but he is a fat black pig.

Correction: There's nothing to suggest that it's the same pig. In my family, we've had three different generations of cats that all had the same name. The new pig could actually be Little Cory II, but most people wouldn't bother saying "the second." The Simpsons have had two cats, both named Snowball.

Knever

The Pink Flamingo Kid - S3-E17

Corrected entry: In this episode, one of the criminals is Shawn's half-brother, but he is never mentioned again.

Correction: It is obvious that Shawn is not very close to his half brother and only feels the need to defend him because he's family. So it is not suprising that they go their separate ways. Besides it is possible, maybe even likely, that his brother is sent away to reform school or prison later on.

Brother Brother - S3-E22

Corrected entry: If you keep your eye on Rider in the scene where they are at Chubbie's, he pulls out a piece of paper and looks at it. They were probably his lines.

Correction: Possibly but it could have been a number of other things too, we can't automatically jump to the conclusion it was his lines.

City Slackers - S3-E11

Corrected entry: In this episode it is said that Mr. Feeny missed a day in 1961, but in "I dream of Feeny", it is said that he has never missed a day

Correction: In "I dream of Feeny" Shawn said "I hear he hasn't missed a day since WWI" That was not a literal statement considering the fact that Mr. Feeny couldn't have been in school during WWI and Shawn couldn't know if he missed in 1961 because he wasn't born yet. It was just a joke.

City Slackers - S3-E11

Corrected entry: When Shawn is reading Mr. Feeny's diary, he says that Mr. Feeny called in sick to his class in 1961 to go to the cabin. However, in Seven The Hard Way, at Feeny's retirement party, it says: MR. FEENY BELOVED TEACHER 1964-2006. 1961 is three years before '64

Correction: In "Seven The Hard Way" Mr. Feeny's retirement party was an imaginary thought. It's not likely everything would be correct in an imaginary thought.

The Happiest Show On Earth - S3-E21

Corrected entry: When Corey and Shawn sleep in a Splash Mountain log (impossible anyway) and they go over the drop, they seem surprised as if the ride just started. In reality there is about a 10-minute journey past show scenes before the "big drop"

Correction: It's possible that they didn't notice the ride started. I've been on that ride and it isn't very wild till the end.

moviemogul

What I Meant To Say - S3-E3

Corrected entry: Mr Feeny's office is the same room used as the janitor's closet in "Janitor Dad"

Correction: This isn't a mistake. In almost every tv show they use the same room for something different.

New Friends and Old - S3-E13

Corrected entry: In this episode, Amy says that Frankie's father has the first name Francis. But in The Thrilla' In Philla', Mr. Feeny says it's Leslie

Correction: In The Thrilla in Philla, it is implied that Frankie's dad doesn't want anyone to know that his first name is Leslie. Francis is probably his middle name, which he would use instead if he found his real first name so awful.

The Grass is Always Greener - S3-E12

Corrected entry: In the episode where Shawn and Cory find out about Turner's pop quiz, they are reading Of Mice and Men. In this episode, Eric is asked to turn in a paper on the same book. Very rarely will a school teach the same book in 7th grade and 12th grade literature

Correction: Mr. Feenie asked Eric to turn in a paper from years ago. He had never turned it in. It wasn't current material.

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