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Two twenty somethings sit down and analyze the TGIF sitcom Boy Meets World. Each week we analyze an episode for the valuable lessons that young Cory and viewers were supposed to learn, how those lessons hold up today, and the weekly MVP. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-feeny-call/support

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    • TV & Film
    • 5.0, 8 Ratings

Two twenty somethings sit down and analyze the TGIF sitcom Boy Meets World. Each week we analyze an episode for the valuable lessons that young Cory and viewers were supposed to learn, how those lessons hold up today, and the weekly MVP. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-feeny-call/support

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
8 Ratings

8 Ratings

las11b ,

Why Boy Meets World is Still Relevant Today

My older sister got me into Boy Meets World and it’s been a part of my life for as long as I can remember. Every time I watch it I wish I can pick it apart with someone face-to-face or write about it. But instead, I get to listen to two other superfans talk about it—all that was great, all that could have been better, and all that was sadly still a product of its time, budget, and broadcasting network. But something about BMW itself makes it irresistible to those who realize its value, to the point that it deserves to be picked at and appreciated and loved. And when I listen to this podcast, it’s as though I’m talking to my own friends or siblings about this show. And it makes me want to watch through Boy Meets World *again* and find even more reasons to love this weird, quirky, endearing 90s sitcom.

KyleDavidGriffith ,

Great podcast for a great sitcom

This is the only podcast to which I consistently tune in. Hosts are pleasant and do a nice analysis of a sitcom treasure. Now, did I hear something about a poem?

Hamandjams ,

You Shouldn’t Kiss Someone You’re Not Married To

I have so much love for and so many thoughts about Boy Meets World! So thankful for this podcast! I find myself audibly agreeing, “YES EXACTLY!” during some moments and other times being frustrated that I can’t contribute to the conversation. Keep up the good work! (And let me know if you ever need a guest!)

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