Riley's childhood teddy bear, Barry the Bear, goes missing and she enlists the help of her family to find it.
With Shawn and Katy getting married, Maya has concerns about their future.
Maya wants to do something bad to balance out all the good she's done lately.
Without telling Cory and Topanga where they are going, Riley and Maya travel to Shawn's house in the hopes of getting the real Maya back.
Maya's identity crisis kicks into full gear when her art teacher makes her realize that her friendship with Riley may be affecting her artist's voice.
Riley gets a bad grade and realizes high school scores count towards her permanent record.
Riley creates an online alter-ego, Jexica, when she doesn't feel confident that her new high school classmates will like the real her. Meanwhile, Cory and Topanga struggle with Auggie's Internet usage.
Riley, Maya, Lucas, Farkle and Zay work together to determine what kind of legacy they want to leave before graduating from middle school.
When Riley decides to redecorate the bay window, Maya becomes upset that Riley would violate their sacred space.
Maya and Farkle are caught cheating on a test and have to face the school honor board. Meanwhile, Auggie tries to figure out what he wants to be when he grows up.
Farkle worries about his family when his dad makes a bad investment.
Riley gets annoyed when the girls are basically excluded from the latest science experiment.
Farkle tells Riley that she has until midnight on New Year's Eve to tell everyone how she feels about Lucas.
Cory asks the kids to challenge one another's beliefs to see if it changes their perspectives.
When the class is assigned the forgiveness project, Maya has to choose whether or not she should forgive her father.
Riley, Maya, and Lucas try to move on after what happened in Texas.
Riley, Maya, and Lucas try to figure out their feelings while they're all in Texas together.
Lucas is entered into the bull-riding competition back in his hometown; the gang travel to Texas with him to cheer him on.
Riley tries out for cheerleading and is determined to make the squad.
Riley and Maya meet the Ghost of the Bay Window, a flapper girl from the 1920s, who makes people sing and dance.
Maya hurts Riley's feelings and the group learns that Riley is overly sensitive because another classmate is making fun of her.
Riley questions the impact she is making in the world.
Farkle is trying to find out who he is and where he belongs, along with the help of his friends.
Art and music are threatened to be cut from the school curriculum, so the kids search for a creative way to show the school how important they are to their education.
Riley is asked to the semi-formal dance by a classmate and is torn whether to go with him or Lucas. Meanwhile, Cory's brother is visited by an old friend.
The kids don't like what they've been voted "most likely" for in the school yearbook and set out to change things.
Riley is supposed to take the class fish home for the weekend, but it dies as soon as she gets it. Auggie suspects foul play.
Cory defends a new teacher who comes under fire from the principal for using non-traditional ways of learning to engage students.