Boy Meets World

Season 4 Episode 7

Singled Out

Aired Friday 8:30 PM Nov 01, 1996 on ABC
out of 10
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Episode Summary

Eric is sick of feeling like a townie, so he goes on MTV's Singled Out to meet college girls. Meanwhile, Cory has his tonsils taken out.

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  • superb

    eric goes on MTV's Singled Out to meet college girls. Cory is afraid of disappearing when he needs to have his tonsils removed.

    OK episode. Eric's plot was not that funny and Cory's, while funny, was not funny enough for me to give the episode as a whole an A. Cory's plot was interesting and pretty funny at times but Eric's, in a rarity, bored me throughout. I don't know why, but it did. Anyway a pretty good episode, despite it being a tad boring in some parts, so because of all this my overall grade is in the "B" rangemoreless
  • Great crossover with Singled Out

    This is a great episode. I am a big Will Friedle fan; so I always like the episodes in which Eric has a large part.

    The crossover with Singled Out is great. Chris Hardwick and Eric's interactions are great.

    The secondary plotline is funny also. The whole "Belive It or Don't" fantasy sequence is totally bizarre, but it is also a great parody of Unsolved Mysteries type shows. Shawn is particularly funny with his whole doctor masquerade. This is by far one of the weirdest episodes of this season, but it is also one of the funnies, and one of my personal favorites.moreless

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (3)

  • QUOTES (3)

    • Eric (reading his letter from MTV): Dear Eric, Congratulations on being selected to appear as a contestant on MTV's Singled Out; and please don't bring your negative, negative Dad.
      Alan (snatching the paper away and reading it): They really put that.

    • Cory: Ah, for one just listen to me man. In the classroom under my desk is a key. The key will open ariport locker number B-378. In the locker you will find a tattered plaid valise. In the valise you will find my homework for five years. See, for all these years I understood everything. I'm actually a brilliant student.
      Mr. Feeny: What is the capital of Montana?
      Cory: You're not going to the airport, are ya?

    • Cory: Shawn, I'm quite prone to nervousness; so I would appreciate it if you didn't bring in invented stories from those idiotic supermarket tabloids. OK?
      Shawn: It's the New York Times, Baby.
      Cory: The New York Times: Trailer park edition.
      Shawn: It's exactly the same, except you can eat it.

  • NOTES (1)


    • Shawn: I even know where he went. He went where they all go--to the fourth dimension, sometimes known as the Bottled City of Kandor.

      The Bottled City of Kandor (introduced in Action Comics #242) was once the capital city of the fictional planet Krypton, from Superman comics. It was miniaturized and stored by Brainiac.