Boy Meets World

Boy Meets World (1993)

1 factual error in season 3

City Slackers - S3-E11

Factual error: Throughout the series we are told over and over that Cory and Shawn have known each other forever. We see the boys and Topanga meet when they are about 6 years old, and Cory says at one point that Mr. Feeny has always been their teacher. Yet, in this episode Mr. Feeny says Sean was born in Ohio, lived in Oklahoma and was in and out of 5 schools by the age of 12. This implies that the boys did not meet until middle school, (age 12, when Sean arrived in PA.).

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Quotes

[Cory and Shawn are listening to the radio for the results of a horse race.]
Radio Announcer: And now the results of the fifth race at Pimlico.
Cory: Come on Neckflap, baby!
Radio Announcer: And the winner is Ne... [Cory accidentally unplugs the radio before he hears the result.]
Cory: Nuh!? What kind of name is Nuh!?
Shawn: You idiot, you ripped the plug out of the wall!
Cory: Well he said "Nuh." It's gotta be Neckflap. What other horse starts with "Nuh"?
Shawn: [reading the names of the horses from the newspaper.] Okay, we got uh, Neckflap, Nux Vomica, uh, Nunzio's Dream, and remarkably a horse called Nuh.

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Mistakes

When Topanga carries Cory into the room you can see a crew member's hand triggering the doors to open.

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Trivia

Topanga is talking to Cory and she says, "My Aunt Prudence wouldn't even know who Romeo and Juliet are!" When her Aunt Prudence knocks on the door, she is played by actress Olivia Hussey, who played Juliet, in the 1968 film Romeo and Juliet, also starring Leonard Whiting as Romeo.

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