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Riley and Maya are the rulers of the school as eighth graders and have a new teacher! Meanwhile Mrs. Svorski asks Topanga to take over at the bakery. Everyone wants to know what's going on between Riley and Lucas! With all the peer pressure, they are more confused than ever about their feelings.

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Girl Meets World - S 2 E 21 - Girl Meets Texas- Part 2

Copy pasted, that's cool right? It started out strong, was well-paced, allowed for development of storylines, more interesting character dynamics! Where to start? Perhaps, but it seemed deliberately so. This is a change in direction, and Riley appears to be trying to convince herself of this. But it worked.

And it was actually rather believable—Shipping Wars and I had a buddy in high school and college who went down to Georgia for work. He discovered the joy that is Southern Food and loved talking all about it. And the musical guest stars were nice too, in how understated they were. Be my best friend! That said, it would have been nice for a callback. Very nice. Important development. It was definitely important with Riley emphasizing her desire to keep Lucas as a friend. Some might raise an eyebrow at Riley stating flat-out that Maya liked Lucas, but hey, it beats stretching this out any longer.

Riley appears to want things to change if it means things are better for her friends, so long as she actually gets to keep her friends.

The almost-kiss between Maya and Lucas. Zay won me over. It took him a while, but yeah, he won me over. He actually feels like a character now. And Pappy Joe was fantastic here—the lesson was something Cory-ish, but it had some Southern charm. On to Part 3, full speed ahead! Cryptid, I agree that things are ham-fisted and awkward now and it is being done deliberately.

It was easy for them to slow play the romance stuff for a year and a half, as all the kids were just growing up. But now both girls are into the same guy and the pace has to pick up in response, but none of them is experienced enough to know how to do this smoothly as if it could ever be done smoothly outside an Archie comic.

True, , but my point was more that now the awkwardness is deliberate. Compare this to early episodes like "Sneak Attack" or "Farkle's Choice," Filmed very early even with a later air date which were far more awkward in the romance. Sean, I'm surprised you didn't thrown in a Cory-brought-pudding-to-college joke. I'll copy and paste like Cryptid. Man, I really enjoyed the acting in this part a lot.

Sure, there were some hamfisted parts, but I think they had to be. I liked how they picked up this part literally seconds after the end of part 1, so it feels like things are happening fast. Pappy Joe is working like a damn charm, and I love this character. He feels like real person, and it is helping move the story. While Farkle wasn't given much, his presence was felt in a subtle way.

Being there for Maya at Chubbie's was a small, but sweet moment. And while the Vanessa stuff literally came out of nowhere, I like how the girls were right there ready to help him get the girl. It's obvious he works better in Texas, but he's working so well that I won't hold it against him.

Now lets get to the heart of this episode, the love triangle. Riley is trying to sell herself on a line of BS that she's trying to buy. Yet, its obvious she doesn't. I love how she's doing everything she can to step aside for Maya, so her friend can be happy. And I love how Lucas is almost oblivious to this, and doesn't believe Riley. That scene at the campfire was so good. I like how each time Lucas was trying to get Riley to stay, the camera cut to Maya and it looked like she was getting just punched in the gut.

I felt bad for her. We know how she wants the status quo to stay, because that means nothing bad is happening. The almost kiss was perfect, because it would have been so cliche for them to kiss. I think if they kissed, Maya would have been so conflicted. It's obvious she doesn't want this to play out like this. I'm really looking forward to see how they resolve all this in NY. Things are really shaping up nicely, and I give credit to Rowan, Sabrina and Peyton for pulling all this off spectacularly.

Damn, she's just been a house of fire these last number of episodes. She's been absolutely fantastic. Well, Sean, I definitely understand your point about this being the filler episode of the trilogy. And it was. Not too much happened from a plot point. BUT I chose to review this episode from a character stand point. Personally, I felt Part 2 was even better than Part 1.

I loved this episode. Rowan did a great job playing Riley. Clearly Riley was lying that she only liked Lucas as a brother but she's falling on the sword to make Maya happy. She's very much like Cory as she wants everyone to be happy. The BBQ scene was superb. I'm surprised it took 45 episodes of this show to get a Chubbies reference. Glad it was subtle though. I thought the scene with Maya and Farkle was adorable. Zay was awesome and I liked the scene with Maya and Riley pretending to like him.

I felt it was well-done. Zay and Farkle were both great. If those two could get more time being friends, I'm all for it. The singing scene was decent. I've never heard of the girls who were performing but no big deal. I'm a little glad they didn't try to bring in someone a bit more popular, such as Hunter Hayes Now the campfire scene. I liked Riley asking Farkle to go out for ice cream. It was clearly just friendly and to get Maya, who is stubborn as a mule, and Lucas to talk.

That's all it was. Sabrina Carpenter outdid herself this whole episode. While Rowan and Peyton were both great again, Sabrina put a lot of emotions we haven't seen in Maya so far. She put in fear. We haven't seen Maya like anybody other than Josh which is not gonna happen and it scares her. She's never been better. That said, I totally get why you'd give it a B. But it was a damn good one and I can't wait to see what you guys say for Part 3. Still single as fuck even after your weekend wiith the pretty girls and harry potter sean?

Damn Howd that happen? But anyway onto the matter at hand. I watchStill single as fuck even after your weekend wiith the pretty girls and harry potter sean? I liked part 1 a lot too mostly because I just assumed it would all be setup and the bull wouldnt even come in until part3 from the promos so that was a nice surprise. But boy did I love part 2.

First of all the jokes were great. I loved when maya and riley were pretending to be fighting over Zay to make Vanessa jealous. Its a story thats been done a hundred times made unique by these great characters.

Riley seeing maya put her arm around Zay and immediately understanding what was going on and then jumping in on the fun was great, made better by the fact that Riley sucked at it.

But the cherry on top was when she calls her Vanessa and they all just completely jump ship. But more important than anything is just how completely and bafflingly well written the character interactions were. Riley was the most likeable she's ever been, AND she has a very real problem now that we can all sympathize with her on. But nothing was better than the way they all watched those guest stars playing a country song.

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Um, who asked who out? How did they get there? Did Lucas initiate some kind of date or did Riley set the whole thing up?

When Riley feels that her parents are too perfect to live up to, she is given the chance to see Cory and Topanga when they were kids! Riley becomes upset when a bully threatens to send an embarrassing video of her to the whole school!

Riley and Maya enter Lucas in the Austin Round Up Rodeo in an attempt to bring honor to his family after failing the mutton rodeo at age six. Do they let thirteen-year-olds compete in grown up rodeo events? This Yankee wants to know. Maya leaves, and Riley watches Lucas take the new record with 4. Afterwards, Riley goes to Maya, explaining that she knows Maya thinks Riley loves Lucas like a brother.

Girl Meets Texas: Part 2

Copy pasted, that's cool right? It started out strong, was well-paced, allowed for development of storylines, more interesting character dynamics! Where to start? Perhaps, but it seemed deliberately so. This is a change in direction, and Riley appears to be trying to convince herself of this. But it worked. And it was actually rather believable—Shipping Wars and I had a buddy in high school and college who went down to Georgia for work. He discovered the joy that is Southern Food and loved talking all about it. And the musical guest stars were nice too, in how understated they were. Be my best friend!

SpoilerTV - TV Spoilers

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.

It also serves as the second part in the 3-part event.

Watch the video. Riley, Maya, and Lucas try to figure out their feelings while they are in Texas together. Sign In. Keep track of everything you watch; tell your friends.

Girl Meets Texas (Part 2)

Learn more about Amazon Prime. Close Menu. The kids decide to surprise Lucas with a trip back to his hometown in Texas but a secret could change the group forever. Riley gets the chance to see her parents weren't always perfect with a trip to their past and the girls learn to stand up for themselves when they find they are being excluded by the boys.

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Riley Matthews : Promise we'll always be friends, no matter what? Maya Hart : Riley Riley Matthews : Promise. No matter what happens, I am telling you, I'll always be your best friend no matter what. Maya Hart : Oh. Riley Matthews : No, there's not.

Girl Meets World - S-2-E-21 - Girl Meets Texas- Part 2

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