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    fLiP_2_dA_rEsQ

    [21]Jun 25, 2006
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    Why don't we just have the editor make this thread a sticky or whatever it's called.
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    diamonddiva891

    [22]Jun 26, 2006
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    fLiP_2_dA_rEsQ wrote:
    Why don't we just have the editor make this thread a sticky or whatever it's called.


    Yeah, I was thinking that too. If my friend Smiley would come online again (I haven't talked to her in sooo long!) Then I'd get her to ask for me.
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    IndianaMom

    [23]Jun 26, 2006
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    diamonddiva891 wrote:
    fLiP_2_dA_rEsQ wrote:
    Why don't we just have the editor make this thread a sticky or whatever it's called.
    Yeah, I was thinking that too. If my friend Smiley would come online again (I haven't talked to her in sooo long!) Then I'd get her to ask for me.

    I pm'd the editor to see if they could do it.

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    diamonddiva891

    [24]Jun 27, 2006
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    Thanks for getting it pinned Indianamom!
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    IndianaMom

    [25]Jun 27, 2006
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    Thank tikidawg. They're the new editor. 
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    diamonddiva891

    [26]Jun 27, 2006
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    IndianaMom wrote:
    Thank tikidawg. They're the new editor. 


    Oh I've talked to tikidawg a few times, a while back though.
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    diamonddiva891

    [27]Jul 2, 2006
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    [This message was deleted at the request of the original poster]
    Edited on 07/02/2006 7:37pm
    Edited 2 total times.
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    diamonddiva891

    [28]Jul 2, 2006
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    I started a BMW game on the TV fun and games forum:

    http://www.tv.com/tv-show-fun-andamp-games/tar-boy-meets-world/topic/76588-264353/msgs.html&msg_id=3810386

    Edited on 07/02/2006 7:39pm
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    IndianaMom

    [29]Jul 5, 2006
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    Comment: I think the episode "Wheels" (4-14) should have been titled "Philadelphia Freedom." 1) Many episodes are named for songs--either directly or a spoof of the song title, and 2) Cory was striving for a bit of independence, or freedom, from his parents.

    That is all.

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    diamonddiva891

    [30]Jul 6, 2006
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    IndianaMom wrote:

    Comment: I think the episode "Wheels" (4-14) should have been titled "Philadelphia Freedom." 1) Many episodes are named for songs--either directly or a spoof of the song title, and 2) Cory was striving for a bit of independence, or freedom, from his parents.

    That is all.



    That actually would have been pretty cool.
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    fullhouse346

    [31]Jul 6, 2006
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    just wondering...how old were cory, shawn, and topanga in season 2?
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    fullhouse346

    [32]Jul 7, 2006
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    anybody??
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    IndianaMom

    [33]Jul 7, 2006
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    They would have been 12 at the beginning of the season. I'm not sure, but that may be one of the seasons that seems to take up two years, so they were either 13 or 14 by the end of the season.
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    fullhouse346

    [34]Jul 8, 2006
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    thanks: in a lot of the episodes in the second season, they say that cory, shawn, and topanga are in 7th grade, but I think that was considered high school or something. But, if they were in seventh grade in the second season, were they in 8th grade or freshmen in actual high school in the 3rd season?
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    IndianaMom

    [35]Jul 8, 2006
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    fullhouse346 wrote:
    thanks: in a lot of the episodes in the second season, they say that cory, shawn, and topanga are in 7th grade, but I think that was considered high school or something. But, if they were in seventh grade in the second season, were they in 8th grade or freshmen in actual high school in the 3rd season?

    They evidently went to a combination jr/sr high school. Not likely in a big city, I know. And sometime in the 2nd or 3rd season the and extra year went by. That's the only thing that would explain how they went from 6th grade to their sophomore year in college in 7 years.

    Sometime in the 3rd season, when Shawn is living with Mr. Turner, something is said about Shawn being 15 years old, so by then, Shawn had had 4 birthdays over 3 seasons.

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    fullhouse346

    [36]Jul 8, 2006
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    yeah...whoever did the continuity was pretty bad
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    Mattevt

    [37]Jul 8, 2006
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    Surprisingly enough, the show suffered minimally for the amount of errors occurring throughout its run. Just another testament to its legacy...
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    SlickRick77

    [38]Jul 8, 2006
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    Mattevt wrote:
    Surprisingly enough, the show suffered minimally for the amount of errors occurring throughout its run. Just another testament to its legacy...


    They handled the age jump the best they could. They really almost had to speed things up to get them to "high school age"

    To add to Matts point further: I think that the writers' ability to occasionally aknowlage and laugh at some of the more absurd errors helped out in the eyes of hardcore fans. (An example of this would be Cory/Shawn commenting on Feeney always being their teacher during their entire education)

    The show never took itself too seriously (see: Eric Hollywood...an underrated episode if you ask me) and I think that's why some of the stuff was able to slide the way it did.
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    fullhouse346

    [39]Jul 9, 2006
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    do they air christmas/holiday episodes on abc family and disney? because somebody said they didn't.

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    SlickRick77

    [40]Jul 9, 2006
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    They do around the holiday period, but in normal rotation during the rest of the year they are skipped
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