Boy Meets World

Season 6 Episode 10

And in Case I Don't See Ya

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Aired Friday 8:30 PM Dec 04, 1998 on ABC
8.8
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67 votes
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Episode Summary

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In an attempt at popularity, Eric sets up a video feed (a la The Truman Show) in his apartment.
Meanwhile, Cory and Shawn take advantage of Mr. Feeny's generosity and aren't pleased with the outcome.

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  • 610

    7.0
    Not the most emotional episode of Boy Meets World, and it was far from 'one of the funniest' but this was a solid episode overall.



    My favorite part would definitely have to be when Topanga was insisting on a grade change. That's the Topanga we all grew to love. Everything else was pretty good too, Eric filming Jack & Angela was great.



    Even though everything was over the top and definitely ridiculous, it still was an entertaining half-hour. On the serious side of things, but still humorous, Cory & Shawn take advantage of Mr. Feeny.



    The conversation between Cory and his father were the best. The whole 'gouda' running gag got old fast, and the breakfast bribery wasn't all that funny to begin with so it was only okay. Solid episode overall though.moreless
  • fair

    6.0
    What I liked: "How about I hit you so hard you're back in high school?", "What would a D- get me?", Topanga chasing Feeny after been given a B, "Rachel, this is Louie. I love you", and Rachel asking him about himself and him falling over, amongst other things.



    I never was a big fan of this one. Eric just seemed OOC to me. I've never been in the situation where I would hurt others/do bad things to others to try and be more popular, so he just seemed cruel in this one to me. But Cory/Shawn/Feeny plot was pretty funny, so my overall grade is a C.moreless
  • I liked it!

    9.5
    Eric broadcasts his apartment life to the whole school. Everyone watches it just because of Rachel. Rachel confronts her fears of garbage disposals. Cory and Shawn try to get Mr. Feeny to give them extensions on all their papers. Mr. Feeny allows an extension to their mid-term and then when Cory and Shawn don't turn in their other paper, he gives them an F. Topanga gets a B on a paper.



    This was a great episode! I liked all of Eric's cool effects that he did! The breakfast that Cory and Shawn gave Mr. Feeny looked really good! This episode gets a 9.5!moreless
Matthew Lawrence

Matthew Lawrence

Jack Hunter (Seasons 5+)

Will Friedle

Will Friedle

Eric Randall Matthews

Danielle Fishel

Danielle Fishel

Topanga Lawrence-Matthews (Seasons 2+)

Ben Savage

Ben Savage

Cornelius A. 'Cory' Matthews

Rider Strong

Rider Strong

Shawn Patrick Hunter

Maitland Ward

Maitland Ward

Rachel Kimberly McGuire (Seasons 6+)

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (0)

  • QUOTES (5)

    • Eric (of Rachel): I created her in my own image.

    • Topanga (to Mr. Feeny): Don't you run away from me, you old goat!

    • Amy: This better be good.
      Alan: I don't even want to hear about it. They were incredibly rude, and I'm going to punish them right now.
      Cory: You can't punish us, we're in college.
      Alan: Oh, yeah? How about I hit you so hard you're back in high school?

    • Mr. Feeny: You want an extension on your midterm papers?
      Shawn: We'll give you a hundred bucks cash right now.
      Mr. Feeny: Boys, we've known each other for years. We have a long history together. You don't need to go through all this. If you need some help, just ask.
      Cory: We just need a few days.
      Shawn: Four.
      Feeny: Three.
      Shawn: Two.
      Feeny: All right, two.
      Shawn (to Cory): Now that's how you make a deal.

    • Eric: Have a good morning! And in case I don't see ya, good evening, good afternoon, and good night!

  • NOTES (0)

  • ALLUSIONS (2)

    • Title: And in Case I Don't See Ya

      The title is taken from a line said by Jim Carey's character in the film, The Truman Show. The complete line is, "Good morning, and in case I don't see ya, good afternoon, good evening, and good night!"

    • Reference: The Truman Show

      There are numerous allusions made to the movie, The Truman Show, including the episode title, which is Truman's catchphrase. Eric dresses himself as Christoff, the director, and Jack and Rachel are plagued by a centralized storm that follows them around the apartment.

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