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The horror episode in Boy Meets World was very odd, and also extremely messed up considering the series was intended for young viewers. That said, the terrifying installment from season 5 still stands as one of the most memorable episodes in the show's history. It's become a fan-favorite among viewers, especially those who are appreciative of the horror genre. The coming-of-age sitcom was one of the most popular titles within the beloved TGIF lineup.

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The horror episode in Boy Meets World was very odd, and also extremely messed up considering the series was intended for young viewers. That said, the terrifying installment from season 5 still stands as one of the most memorable episodes in the show's history.

It's become a fan-favorite among viewers, especially those who are appreciative of the horror genre. The coming-of-age sitcom was one of the most popular titles within the beloved TGIF lineup. This particular episode strayed way off from its typical format of focusing on the innocent life lessons of friendship and young love as a teen. Related: Where Are They Now? The terrifying nature of the plot was the main reason why the episode seemed so out of the norm.

The episode began with the trio thrown into detention along with a few other classmates. A creepy janitor barged in before locking the group inside the room.

After a note reading "no one gets out alive" was found written in blood, Eric and Jack show up to add some comic relief. Then a classmate named Kenny got stabbed in the head with a pencil before sending the group in a panic. They ran out into the hall disturbing music began to play throughout the building informing them they are about to die.

The narrative took a darker turn as the masked killer started to dart around in the background. The group got picked off one by one, including Mr. Feeny, before only Cory, Topanga, and Shawn were left. The killer then revealed himself to be another version of Shawn in a twist that most likely went over the head of many young viewers.

Shawn being the killer was meant to represent the guilt that Shawn felt for Cory and Topanga's breakup. The masked figure killed everyone to bring the couple back together which was why he joined their hand after unmasking himself. The figure was Shawn to act as though the real Shawn was looking in a mirror.

The entire horror sequence turned out to be a nightmare that Shawn had during detention. He felt responsible for what had recently happened and that manifested into a horror movie in his head. Rather than go back to the innocent nature of the show, Boy Meets World used the closing scene to show the masked killer jump out from the darkened classroom to playfully rebuke that it was all a dream. It's safe to say that a young adult sitcom on network TV, portraying death and murder inside of a school, would never be approved in this day and age.

There was a threat of suicide that was used as a joke as well, rather than a lesson. Even in the late '90s, the network had issues with the episode since they were worried it was too far off of format and that it might be too scary for their viewers. The writers promised to present the horror as tongue-in-cheek.

They succeeded but it was also wild seeing beloved characters like Mr. Feeny being murdered, especially from being stabbed in the back with scissors. Looking back, the Boy Meets World episode was the perfect tribute to horror movies of the '90s. Not only did it take many elements from the Scream franchise, particularly with the killer's appearance, but it also included a cameo from Jennifer Love Hewitt. Hewitt now stands as a member of one of Boy Meets World 's most unforgettable episodes.

It's amusing to reminisce about how messed up the episode is, but let's not forget, it was much different time in the '90s. Kara Hedash is a features writer for Screen Rant.

From time to time, she dives into the world's most popular franchises but Kara primarily focuses on evergreen topics. The fact that she gets to write about The Office regularly is like a dream come true. After graduating college, writing began as a part-time hobby for Kara but it quickly turned into a career.

She loves binging a new series and watching movies ranging from Hollywood blockbusters to hidden indie gems. She also has a soft spot for horror ever since she started watching it at too young of an age. When Kara's not busy writing, you can find her doing yoga or hanging out with Gritty. Kara can be found on Twitter thekaraverse. Continue scrolling to keep reading Click the button below to start this article in quick view.

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Watch the video. Riley and Maya run into a somewhat old friend when they meet the ghost of the bay window-who just happens to be a flapper from the s. Girl Meets World of Terror 2 is kind of disappointing. The humour didn't hit it for me, Dewey's or Doy screaming got extremely irritating and the dancing

Much like last year's Halloween episode , Girl Meets World's horror-themed sequel was a neat concept but lacked the same heart as other episodes and only occasionally delivered laughs. But unlike that episode, "Girl Meets World: Of Terror 2" didn't even have the same anthology element that made the last one as charming as it was, which ultimately left it feeling like a bust. That said, there were some fun scenes in this.

The series centers around the life of Riley and her friends and family, particularly their school life, in which Cory is their history teacher. Riley shares a strong relationship with her best friend Maya Hart, who assists her in learning to cope with the social and personal issues of adolescence. Several Boy Meets World cast members reprise their roles in the series. In her bedroom, Riley Matthews and her best friend, Maya Hart, try to sneak out her window to ride the subway, but are stopped by Riley's parents, Cory and Topanga Matthews. Cory and Topanga give them the permission to ride the subway, but only if they make the world theirs, instead of their parents.

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ET on Disney Channel. Sloppy Joes or chicken pot pie? Farkle's Corey Fogelmanis dilemma over whether to choose Riley Rowan Blanchard or Maya Sabrina Carpenter becomes a lunchtime analogy in the pilot episode: Sloppy Joe or chicken pot pie? Turns out, these kids aren't the first to try to use food to try to solve a romantic dilemma. Shawn Rider Strong in "Boy Meets World" likened being torn between a Stacy and a Linda to trying to choose between meatloaf or chicken. The most important high-five ever In an episode that explicitly flashed back to the "Boy Meets World" moment in question, Maya and Farkle high-fived -- and felt nothing, a direct contrast to when young Cory and Topanga high-fived and felt everything. Childhood gifts A meaningful gift from Cory's father was never brought up again after one episode in Season 1 of "Boy Meets World" -- until Season 3 of "Girl Meets World," when Cory finds them again, in an episode featuring Riley losing something from childhood that was important to her.

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It aired on October 2, , as a part of Disney Channel's Spooktacular weekend to 2. Riley and Maya discover a mysterious resident living in the bay window of Riley's bedroom: a flapper from the s who loves singing and dancing. This Halloween episode again features Auggie breaking the fourth wall as host, this time with Doy assisting as co-host; Auggie is dressed as the Scarecrow from the Wizard of Oz while Doy is dressed as the "Cowar-doy Lion". Auggie welcomes the audience to another episode of "Scary Time Theater", but Doy prefers the show be titled "Doy Story".

Though, in classic Lucas fashion, he still gives it his best shot.

When we heard Girl Meets World was going to have a Halloween special, we were too excited to see what kind of costumes Riley, Maya and the rest of the cast might wear. Well, costume designer Nicole Gorsuch made us seriously want to step up our Halloween costume game with the amazing steampunk circus looks that she created for the show. We wanted to get the behind-the-scenes story, so we talked with Nicole about how she went about creating these looks and got her advice for how to make your own one-of-a-kind costume this Halloween.

Girl Meets World Sneak Peek: Riley and Maya Meet (Again?) on Halloween

Based on our exclusive sneak peek, it looks like the ghost is having quite an effect on these teens. Watch the snazzy musical number above! All your favorite Disney Channel shows are getting the crossover treatment this Halloween as the network kicks off a whole month of themed shows.

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This Friday and Sunday, Disney will debut some special new eps filled with ghosts, ghouls—and guest stars. It all starts Friday, October 2nd at p. On Sunday at p. Can't wait until tomorrow? Watch this exclusive clip from GMW where Riley and Maya welcome one very special ghost—oops, we mean guest.

‘Girl Meets World’ Halloween Sneak Peek: What if Riley and Maya Never Met? (Exclusive Video)

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Sep 16, - "Girl Meets World's" third Halloween special, "World of Terror 3," imagines a frightening alternate universe.

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