Magnificent points on why Girl Meets World is the HIT it is and why it needs to stick around. 

Girl Meets World has brought light to some really important and relevant things going on in the world. The characters are freshman in high school and they are at the peak of discovering themselves while growing up episode after episode. That growth began in season 1, expanded in season 2, and continues into season 3. They cover some of the greatest conversation stirring episodes to date!

Below are just a “few” highlights on episodes that are worth talking about with your family and even your friends.

Season 1

GIRL MEETS FLAWS For some reason Disney didn’t want this episode to air, but it is so relevant and important!! This episode teaches every child, preteen, teen, and adult that EVERYONE HAS FLAWS. As Cory says in this episode “If we sense our own flaws because we see them in others, it’s true friends who help us wipe them away.” 


This episode teaches us how important it is to appreciate everyone in our lives. Whether that be our parents, teachers, and other staff members at school.

GIRL MEETS HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS  Apart from the best reunion ever and meeting a grown up Josh Matthews for the first time, there is a wonderful message behind it all. Don’t let what others have dictate how you live or hold you back.


We learn the importance of putting away technology and the value that comes with having conversations with friends and family, as well as what we can do with our creativity.


We learn along with Riley about responsibility and what it means to value family. 

Season 2

GIRL MEETS I AM FARKLE This episode of season 2 tackled Farkle potentially being on the Autism Spectrum. Eventually we find that it is his science “nemisis” Isadora Smackle that has Aspergers Syndrome. In class Cory Matthews talks of the importance of embracing our own uniqueness as individuals, because that is what makes us who we are.

This episode even received recognition from Autism Speaks, the world’s leading science and advocacy organization for Autism. AutismSpeaks on Girl Meets I am Farkle

GIRL MEETS STEM In this episode to widely known topic in schools throughout the country of STEM. (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) In this episode Riley wants to be able to show that she can do just as well in a subject that is typically geared towards men. In the end of the episode she talks of being a feminist. The article below talks of how Girl Meets World  is a show not afraid to speak of feminism in multiple encouraging ways. GMW-A feminist show


This emotional episode speaks of change. As we grow we all must change and grow up no matter how hard that may be. When addressing Maya’s fear of letting go of her “safe” place, Cory and Topanga gave some great advice, simply telling the group of friends that change is inevitable and will come whether we are ready or not, so embrace it and don’t get too comfortable with what is.

“The truth is people get comfortable with what’s familiar. And when you get too comfortable, you don’t allow yourself room to grow.” “The worst you can do is fold your arms and refuse to accept what’s supposed to come anyway.” 

GIRL MEETS THE FORGIVENESS PROJECT This episode touched a lot of people in many ways. We learn through Maya the importance of forgivenss and forgiving people in our lives, but most importantly the act of forgiving ourselves.

 GIRL MEETS RILEYTOWN This powerful episode covered the widely known topic of cyber bullying. It also taught that when bullied you should go to an adult figure and tell your friends because they will always be there for you. 

Season 3

Though we are only halfway through this season Girl Meets World  the writers and cast are delivering incredible episodes.


This episode tackles the world of social media and how our society has let it take over and shape our lives when that shouldn’t be the case. The only thing that matters in our friendships and families is staying true to ourselves. This article highlights brilliant aspects of the episode  Starry Magazine-Girl Meets Jexica


While this episode helps the character Maya realize how the influences in her life, the influence of hope and changed her and helped her find her true self the episode also shined its  bright light on the good work Police Officers do for the community, right at a point when our world needs it. Girl Meets True Maya-A review


This episode, while the focus would seem to be on Katy and Shawn’s marriage, the real focus is Maya. It teaches us to about coming to terms with your past, especially the bad things, and allowing for something better to come into your life.


Perhaps the most relative of them all is the most recent episode. In Girl Meets The Real World both Auggie and Riley learn a lesson about the good and bad of the world they (we) live in. They take opposite sides but learn the importance of the better. As Auggie cleaned up trash on the beach, we to can do our part to make a difference.


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