Even though Cory and Topanga have broken up, they are still friends. Cory is even sticking to his commitment of modeling prom formal wear at a fashion show. Shawn doesn't like this idea and to help Cory get over Topanga, he invites him on double date.
Shawn tells Cory that a date is not a date until you've kissed the other person. Cory promises to kiss his date, Melissa, but he can't. He's not over Topanga. "But she's not over me," he tells Shawn. Needless to say, Cory is upset when he sees Topanga kissing another guy at Chubbie's. Shawn has to carry him to keep him from making a scene.
Frustrated and confused, Cory goes to Melissa's house to kiss her. He feels nothing, but Shawn tells him he should still see other people. Cory doesn't want to.
At school he talks to Topanga, who is sorry that he saw the kiss. Cory gets angry and yells at Topanga, eventually telling her that he no longer wishes to be her friend.
He plans to blow off the fashion show; but after a conversation with his parents, he decides he doesn't want to throw away the friendship.
At the fashion show, Topanga doesn't think Cory's coming, but is relieved when he shows up. The two argue a little, but they both decide to remain friends and Cory stays to accompany her down the "runway".
Meanwhile, Eric is upset after receiving lots of college rejections. Mr. Feeny continues to encourage him and Eric finally get's a letter from Boris College. Skeptical, Mr. Turner researches Boris and finds out that it's a scam. When approached with the information, Eric reveals that he knew all along. He just wanted to feel included with the rest of his class. At the end, Mr. Feeny writes Eric a heart-felt letter of recommendation.