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Boy Meets World

Season 2 Episode 15

"Breaking Up is Really, Really, Really Hard to Do

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Aired Friday 8:30 PM Jan 27, 1995 on ABC
8.8
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Episode Summary

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Cory rides an emotional roller coaster when he realizes his new girlfriend is thinking long-term.

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  • One of the best episodes, early in the series; An Affair to Forget kicked the show into high gear.

    9.5
    This is one of my favorite episodes of the whole series. It's really too bad they didn't keep Wendy around; but I guess the show already had Topanga. The Cory-Wendy storyline is funny and genuine. It's a very real representation of the ups and downs of a first crush. The dream sequence with Cory and Wendy as an old married couple is spot-on and hilarious. I'm not sure where he got it from; but Ben Savage played the role of a wise-cracking old kleptomaniac to perfection. An Affair to Forget is truly a series classic and it's not to be missed.moreless
  • I liked it!

    9.0
    Cory and Wendy become a couple. Eric is forbidden to date. Jason takes him to go get a haircut. The barber is a pretty woman. Wendy is planning out every single detail of their lives together. Cory dreams of when they are old and it scares him. Cory wants to break up. Shawn thinks that you have to date a lot of girls. This was a good episode! I kind have liked Wendy. I felt sorry for her when they broke up. Eric is so funny! I thought that Shawn was wrong and that relationships can be great too! I give this episode a 9.0 out of 10!moreless
  • cory's girlfriend wendy is planning a REALLY long term relationship for the 2 of them

    8.5
    cory has a clingy girlfriend wendy who wont leave him alone. she loves him a whole lot, and has plans to get married, and have 3 kids. she gives him socks (argyle - i dont get it haha) but when cory is about to break up with her, she is in his kitchen with amy cooking dinner, and when he actually gives her a note at school the next day about breaking up, she cries and he takes her back.moreless
  • Cory just wants a date for a couples only party. Wendy wants a life-long commitment.

    9.0
    Cory just wants a date for a couples only party, so he asks Wendy. Wendy asks if this means he wants to be a couple with her. Cory agrees, thinking it's no big deal, but it is a very big deal for Wendy. She is, as Amy says, "a little girl playing house." At first Cory isn't sure about Wendy's clingy ways, but accepts it as part of being in a relationship. When she shows up at his house and makes dinner, he seems to think she went too far, yet he enjoys the attention. The dream sequence when Cory is imagining what it will be like when he and Wendy have been married for 90 years is hilarious. Cory is sitting in Chubbie's (or whatever it will be in 90 years) taking all the freebies he can get, and Shawn is still a ladies man. In the end Cory is beginning to really like being boyfriend and girlfriend, but when he confesses his original intentions to Wendy she breaks it off, because their relationship was based on a lie. Cory has his first broken heart.moreless

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  • QUOTES (9)

    • Shawn: (after finding out Cory and Wendy broke up) Alright! Free man again, on the prowl. I'll tell you what. Tonight, you and me - the Walenski twins. Party till we drop. What do ya say?

    • Mr. Turner: You want me to read this, or just give it to the guidance counselor?
      Shawn: No go ahead, read it.
      Mr. Turner: (reading Shawn's poem) My uncle Ralph, he does not care, 'Cause twice a month, he gets welfare. My uncle Chuck has nylon hair, He bought the rug with his welfare. (skimming through poem) Old Corvair... long nose hair... electric chair... It's a very colorful family you have there, Shawn.
      Shawn: I didn't use their real names. That's OK, right?
      Mr. Turner: Oh, yeah. The less I know, the better.

    • Eric: A haircut?? This is your solution to girls? I suppose when I'm starving, you'll buy me some pants?!

    • Shawn (to Cory after making out with a girl at Chubbie's): Remember in health class, that section on the movement of blood? I understand it now.

    • Alan (conversationally): Hey guys, where ya been?
      Eric: Hey, I can get a haircut, as many as I want!

    • Cory: So after she made us dessert and read to us I walked her home and right there on the porch I laid out. I said "Wendy, it's over. Forever."
      Shawn: How'd she react?
      Cory: Well, she invited me in for oatmeal cookies, Grandma Jansen played the organ and we all sang Big Rock-Candy Mountain.
      Shawn: Nice knowing ya.
      Cory: You know, they have four generations living in the same house. The men don't say much.

    • (discussing Wendy)
      Alan: Okay, Okay, family meeting. (to Cory) What the heck did you bring home?
      Cory: (pointing to Amy) SHE let her in.
      Amy
      : Oh, Come on! She's just a little girl playing house.
      Alan: Amy, sweetheart, she's a little blond loon!
      Amy: Nonsense! Look, if I thought there was anything to be concerned about, I would be the first one to sound the alarm.
      Wendy: (walking down the stairs) Mrs. Matthews, I found this picture of you in your wedding dress. Maybe someday I'll get to try it on (runs back upstairs).
      Amy: Beep, beep, beep, beep, beep, beep.

    • Shawn (as an old man): How long you been married?
      Cory: Who?
      Shawn: What!
      Cory: They want you to take the rolls!

    • Shawn: Do what I do, don't think.

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  • ALLUSIONS (2)

    • Cory: I'm on an emotional roller coaster.

      This is a reference to the season 1 episode Boy Meets Girl, in which the students watch a video on puberty. The video tells them that they may feel like they are on an emotional roller coaster.

    • Title: Breaking Up is Really, Really, Really Hard to Do
      The episode's title comes from the Neil Sedaka song "Breaking Up is Hard to Do."

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