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.
The students learn about their diverse heritage during Cultural Week.
With Shawn and Katy getting married, Maya has concerns about their future.
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.
Riley gets a bad grade and realizes high school scores count towards her permanent record.
Riley creates an online alter-ego, Jexica, when she doesn't feel confident that her new high school classmates will like the real her. Meanwhile, Cory and Topanga struggle with Auggie's Internet usage.
Farkle worries about his family when his dad makes a bad investment.
Riley gets annoyed when the girls are basically excluded from the latest science experiment.
Riley, Maya, and Lucas try to figure out their feelings while they're all in Texas together.
Lucas is entered into the bull-riding competition back in his hometown; the gang travel to Texas with him to cheer him on.
Art and music are threatened to be cut from the school curriculum, so the kids search for a creative way to show the school how important they are to their education.
The kids don't like what they've been voted "most likely" for in the school yearbook and set out to change things.
Uncle Eric is recruited to run for the Senate, so Riley and her friends help with his campaign.
Someone from Shawn's past comes back into his life, and the situation threatens his relationship with Maya.
Chaos erupts when the entire class gets detention. Meanwhile, Auggie's friend, Ava, tries to be nicer to him when she thinks she's losing him to another girl.
Riley and Maya get into a fight, so Cory convinces his brother, Eric, to be a mediator.
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.
A new student from Texas turns out to be an old friend of Lucas, but the Lucas of the past isn't the person the friend came to know.
Season 2 begins with Riley and Maya anxious to begin eighth grade and have a new teacher who isn't Riley's father. Meanwhile, Mrs. Svorski asks Topanga to take over at the bakery.
Lucas asks Cory's permission to go on a date with Riley. He agrees but insists that Maya and Farkle go with them.
Maya celebrates her 14th birthday with Riley and the Matthews but is disappointed that her mom may not be able to join them. Meanwhile, Cory and Riley try to set up Maya's mother with Shawn when he visits.moreless
All of Cory's family are coming over for Christmas dinner, including his friend Shawn. Riley thinks he doesn't like her, but the truth is very different.
Cory gives the class a living history assignment that takes the four friends back to New York City in 1961.
Castle and Beckett investigate an art dealer who is shot in his gallery, but a bullet is inexplicably missing from the crime scene. Following the trail of the missing fifth bullet, the team discovers the only witness - who appears to be suffering from amnesia.moreless