"When this Boy Meets World! Boy Meets World!"
If you're ready to finish belting out this theme song, this quiz is rightfully meant for you!
Premiering in 1993, Boy Meets World was the coming-of-age sitcom about a young boy growing up from middle school and ending in college. Starring Ben Savage, Rider Strong, and Danielle Fishel, this show followed Cory Matthews and his best friends as he grew up in suburbia.
With a strong core group of characters, it's impossible to forget the names of Shawn, Topanga, and Mr. Feeny. How could you forget about Minkus and Mr. Turner? What about Harley and Janitor Bud?
Being on the air for seven years, Boy Meets World solidified itself as a classic '90s TV sitcom. They even held a spot on a big network's weekly TGIF lineup. Can you remember the channel? Can you remember the city that Cory grew up in? Which student went to live with Mr. Turner? Where did the gang move after college?
As a fan of Boy Meets World, you got to watch Cory Matthews start as a young slacker in middle school, struggle through his high school years, and blossom into a hard-working young man. You might've even followed him to the spin-off sitcom that debuted on Disney in 2014.
Fans everywhere watched Boy Meets World transform from a naive, baseball-loving pre-teen to a father of two. Can you remember all that happened in the life of Cory Matthews? The show was called Boy Meets World, but can you meet this quiz and come out on top of the world? Let's find out!
TGIF was a two-hour block of sitcoms that aired on Friday nights from 8-10pm with most success throughout the 90s.
Boy Meets World first aired on September 24, 1993 with debut ratings of 16.5 million viewers.
The show aired from 1993 - 2000, finishing up on May 5, 2000.
Though fictionally the show takes place in Philadelphia, it was actually filmed at Walt Disney Studios in Burbank, CA.
This show centers around Cory and Topanga's daughter Riley Matthews!
Cory is actually his nickname, Cornelius is his real first name!
The Matthews family consisted of two parents and four children.
Ben Savage starred in all 158 episodes of Boy Meets World
Shawn and Corey care more about sports than schoolwork!
Shawn Hunter can sometimes be a bad-boy who occasionally makes Cory choose between him and what he thinks is right.
Topanga Lawrence is portrayed by actress Danielle Fishel. She acted in 147 episodes of Boy Meets World.
Topanga is a better student than Cory and Shawn!
George Feeny is played by actor William Daniels. He held a main role on Boy Meets World, and currently plays a recurring role as Mr. Feeny on Girl Meets World.
At first Cory thinks Mr. Turner is cool, but soon realizes that he is still a teacher and therefore just like Mr. Feeny in his book!
Mr. Feeny follows the kids to high school as he becomes their principal. The boys are often in trouble with him!
Older brother Eric is played by actor Will Friedle. Eric has more interest in girls than schoolwork!
When he's not in school, Mr. Feeny can be found in his garden.
Shawn actually asks Topanga out first in an effort to get Cory to overcome his shyness and fear and finally express his feelings for her - and this plan worked!
Angela Moore was portrayed by actress Trina McGee Davis. She first held a recurring role in season 5 but became a main cast member for the final two seasons 6-7.
He passed but only by a few points, and off to college they went!
Pennbrook is a fictional university.
Jack Hunter is Eric's roommate at college, and turns out to be Shawn's half brother!
Matthew Lawrence had a main role as Jack Hunter in seasons 5-7.
Stuart Minkus was portrayed by Lee Norris - he has made a brief return to Girl Meets World as well!
Actor Black Clark portrayed Chet Hunter. He also appeared as the "Hardware Store Guy" on Home Improvement.
Joshua Gabriel Matthews played by Daniel Jacobs had a rough start, but made it out of the NICU and has since gone on to appear on Girl Meets World now portrayed by Uriah Shelton.
Amy and Alan were regular cast members throughout the show's entirety. Amy was portrayed by Betsy Randle, and Alan by William Russ.
All 158 episodes were 23 minutes and with 7 minutes of commercials filled a 30 minute block on TGIF.
The name of John Adams High School was a tribute to William Daniel's Tony-award-winning Broadway play "1776", and a Philadelphia reference in Boy Meets World.
The Disney Channel omitted this re-run from their later airings due to the sexual references of this particular episode entitled "The Truth About Honesty".
Angela heads overseas with her father, and Jack and Rachel join the Peace Corps in Guatemala.
This is why she heads to NYC in the series finale.
After making strides to improve their relationship, Chet dies suddenly of a heart attack. Shawn in turn heads out on a road trip to deal with this death saying he'll never return. He does, however, when Joshua Matthews is born.
When Shawn's mother deserts him and his dad, he lives briefly with the Matthews, but later moves in with Mr. Turner who serves as a solid male figure in his life.
Rachel McGuire, portrayed by Maitland Ward, attends Pennbrook from Texas, and both Eric and Jack have crushes on her, though Jack is the one who forms a real relationship with her.