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Boy Meets World: Pilot

101. Pilot

Aired September 24, 1993

Cory is given detention for listening to a baseball game during Mr. Feeny's lesson about Romeo & Juliet. Mr. Feeny attempts to teach Cory about the value of love, but Cory struggles to see the positive side of love when Eric takes a girl to the baseball game instead of him.

Quote from Cory

Mr. Feeny: A candy bar. Doesn't your mother feed you a proper breakfast?
Cory: Oh, yeah, she does. Now I gotta get the taste of this Shredded Wheat out of my mouth.

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Quote from Cory

Mr. Feeny: You know you're not doing your body any favors by loading up on junk like that.
Cory: Oh, thanks, Mr. Feeny. And please enjoy that high vitamin, astronaut drink you're sucking down.

Quote from Cory

Mr. Feeny: The tragedy here, Mr. Matthews, is not about a dumb girl or the boy who kills himself because of her. It's about the all consuming power of love and the inevitability of its influence on each of our lives.
Cory: Are you aware that I'm only eleven years old?

Quote from Mr. Feeny

Mr. Feeny: Mr. Matthews, I spend thirty-five to forty-five hours a week dealing with the perceived problems of whiny little people like yourself. Now this is my lunch period. My respite from the fray. I spend four hours with you every morning and three hours with you every afternoon. Now, for God's sake, get out of my face.

Quote from Cory

Amy: Okay, mister. Drop my son's underwear.
Cory: Mom, it's me.
Amy: How do I know it's you?
Cory: Who else would want my underwear?

Quote from Mr. Feeny

Mr. Feeny: How blissful it must be for you to have lived so little and yet already reached your conclusions about the greatest wonder of the universe.

Quote from Cory

Cory: I dumped my family and my family dumped me. It was mutual. They're keeping the house.

Quote from Cory

Cory: Mom, you were always very cordial to me when I lived here.

Quote from Mr. Feeny

Mr. Feeny: Well, you shrewd little observer of the human condition.

Quote from Mr. Feeny

Mr. Feeny: There's no gravity in space, Mr. Matthews. Therefore, astronauts suck up. Learn from them.

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