Boy Meets World

Season 7 Episode 8

The Honeymooners

Aired Friday 8:30 PM Nov 12, 1999 on ABC



  • Trivia

    • When Topanga carries Cory over the "threshold" in their Hawaii room, you can see a mysterious hand on the curtains for a second before it disappears behind the window.

    • While Eric is following Cory and Topanga on their honeymoon he says something about his sister and new brother-in-law. He is really referring to his brother and new sister-in-law.

  • Quotes

    • Topanga: Last night was our first night together as man and wife.
      Mrs. Nelson: He still sleeping?
      Topanga: Yeah. I wore him out.

    • Eric: (speaking into a tape recorder) Honeymoon, day two. Continuing duties as best man. Screwed up wedding night, so I must make it up to them here in paradise... Boy it's hot... I'm losing my train of thought... I've decided to pass out. (Eric passes out)

    • Announcer: Attention Katankin guests. Will the couple that left their dog in the piranha tank please come claim it's collar?

    • Eric: Alright, how is it this hot when there's no sun out?!

    • Mrs. Nelson: I don't like the cold.
      Cory: Me neither. In fact I'm cold right now.
      Topanga: Cory, it's 92 degrees.
      Cory: I'm very cold. Why don't we go in the bedroom and go under the covers like we did before.
      Topanga: Cory, we're married now. We can do it every night for the rest of your life.
      Mr. Nelson: Get it in writing kid.

  • Notes

    • Although credited, Maitland Ward (Rachel McGuire) and Matthew Lawrence (Jack Hunter) do not appear in this episode.

  • Allusions

    • Title: The Honeymooners

      The Honeymooners is a classic TV show from the 1950s starring Jackie Gleason.

    • A woman says to her husband, "Look it's a talking coconut" because she saw Eric disguised as a coconut and the husband says "Gladys coconuts don't talk"

      On the show Bewitched the neighbor named Gladys always saw weird things going on and her husband thought she was crazy.

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