The series concludes with Topanga seeking out the advice of her friends, teachers and family to help make a life-changing decision about whether or not to pursue a job opportunity in London.
Fans peek behind the scenes of the show in this hour-long special.
Without telling Cory and Topanga where they are going, Riley and Maya travel to Shawn's house in the hopes of getting the real Maya back.
The gang adjusts to the rigors of high school and some join sports teams, while others participate in academic clubs.
Season 3 begins with Riley, Maya, Lucas and Farkle entering high school and quickly learning what it is like to no longer be "kings" of the school.
Riley, Maya, Lucas, Farkle and Zay work together to determine what kind of legacy they want to leave before graduating from middle school.
Farkle tells Riley that she has until midnight on New Year's Eve to tell everyone how she feels about Lucas.
When the class is assigned the forgiveness project, Maya has to choose whether or not she should forgive her father.
Riley tries out for cheerleading and is determined to make the squad.
Riley and Maya meet the Ghost of the Bay Window, a flapper girl from the 1920s, who makes people sing and dance.
Riley is asked to the semi-formal dance by a classmate and is torn whether to go with him or Lucas. Meanwhile, Cory's brother is visited by an old friend.
Cory defends a new teacher who comes under fire from the principal for using non-traditional ways of learning to engage students.
A time capsule that Cory, Topanga and Shawn buried 15 years ago in Philadelphia is dug up, which prompts the kids to create and bury one of their own.
Riley and Lucas' classmates become confused about what's going on in their relationship, which ultimately confuses them, too.
Riley and Maya get taken advantage of by a salesgirl at clothing store Demolition.
A classmate teases Farkle for being different and not fitting in with the crowd, so he stops going to class. But Riley, Maya and Lucas intervene and show their classmates how to respect each other's uniqueness and show compassion to those who need it.moreless
The kids are assigned a lesson on appreciation that requires Riley and Maya to work in the school cafeteria, while Lucas and Farkle serve on the janitorial staff.
In this Halloween special, the kids face their fears in a trilogy of stories. Farkle must play softball in gym class; Riley braves a sleepover at Maya's house with Gammy Hart and her pet ferret; Auggie encounters the monster under his bed.moreless
Cory divides his class into two fake companies for a lesson, one driven by profits and the other by making people happy. Meanwhile, Riley and Maya meet a woman on a subway who turns out to be quite different than they first perceive her to be.moreless
When Maya has a new locket, Riley wants to know where she got it but suspects the answer to be a lie.
Cory struggles with Riley growing up when he learns that she would rather attend the school dance than participate in their annual tradition of riding the Coney Island roller coaster.
Riley becomes jealous when another girl flirts with Lucas, so she gets Maya and Farkle to teach her how to flirt too.
Riley and Lucas connect when they are given a homework assignment that requires them to communicate face to face, rather than through texting.
Creepy Connie returns with a sidekick and the two play a cat-and-mouse game as they vie for Luke's affection.
Jessie gets the role to be an understudy for a famous Broadway actress and Luke and Ravi conspire to let her play the part. Meanwhile, Bertram enters an online cooking competition.
Rocky is tired of coming in second to Kandi. So when the school talent show is coming up she enters CeCe and herself and plans to win.