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Season 3 Episode 12

Boy Meets World

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Aired Sunday 9:00 PM Mar 06, 2005 on Ion Television
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Boy Meets World
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The team tries to figure out why restaurant was blown up by a bomb. As they continue to investigate this discover that Danny is lying to protect his father. They learn that Danny's father works for an organization linked with a terrorist organization.

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    • TRIVIA (2)

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      • Dimitrius: Don't tell me you've turned into one of those vitamin junkies.
        Myles: I would hardly refer it replenishment of the vital nutrients leeched from our modern convenience orientated processed food cavalcade as an addiction.
        Jack: Sounds like somebody's been watching too many late-night infomercials.

      • Myles: The fountain of youth is merely an illusion.
        Bobby: Aw you're our fountain of youth. Being with you every day feels like an eternity.
        Sue: Bottle that, and you may have something.

      • Danny: He's a holy warrior
        Jack: No, he's a terrorist!

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      • Episode Title: Boy Meets World

        This episode title shares a title with a popular ABC sitcom, Boy Meets World. The show revolves around young Cory with his family and friends. It documents on how he finds a girl, faces life situations and just grows up.

      • Sue: Did he just say Wile E. Coyote?

        Wile E. Coyote is a Looney Tunes cartoon character who is eternally chasing the Roadrunner and blowing himself up. He was created by Chuck Jones for Warner Bros.

        Lucy: (to Myles) Maybe you should start with Acme products?

        All products used by Wile E. to build ingenious contraptions to catch the Roadrunner have been supplied by Acme Products.

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