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Watch It Wednesday: Girl Meets World

Wednesdays are about what things I get excited to watch, whether it be a tv show, movie, or YouTuber!

Yes I know Girl Meets World is a Disney show. It doesn't matter the age, it's a show for everyone. If you were a 90s kid like me, you would have grown up watching Boy Meets World. It was my favorite show and I've probably seen every episode about 10 times now. I grew up with the characters and I loved following their lives. The fact that it's supposed to be based in Philadelphia, which is my hometown, was a bonus. But then that show came to an end and 13 years later, Girl Meets World was born!
I came purely for Corey and Topanga moments and their life in NYC but I stayed for Riley and her group of friends. I'm now invested in the love triangle of middle school love. And I still get extra excited when I know a BMW character will make an appearance (I've seen the holiday episode about 10 times). It has all the jokes and laughter of a Disney show, and some old BMW jokes/references, but it has the same BMW values and themes which just makes my childhood heart happy. It talks about crushes, sneaking out, telling the truth, making the cheerleading squad, but also of more hard hitting topics like parents leaving and feeling alone and unwanted and it's all nicely done in a 25 minute time frame. It's basically always the same frame that Corey is now Riley and her friends' history teacher and he is like Mr. Feeny and teaches them lessons that coincide with what's going on in their lives. 
This show has made me feel all of the emotions and it's made me cry more times than I'd like to admit. But one thing's for sure. It's the one show that I constantly want to keep up with and get excited to watch every Saturday morning (it airs Friday nights, but I always work then). 

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