Girl meets world of terror transcript
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Girl Meets World (episode)/Transcript
That's all I have to say. Does anyone else hate that the library scene is the only thing Lucas can remember? That was TWO years ago and that's the only memorable thing in their relationship? But yeah, the idea of Riley and Lucas irks me so much. The jelly beans Sean, the way you described Cory potentially being in that scene made me glad they didn't go that route. Subtle is better. The main reason I didn't love it was because, basically what I said above, there wasn't much to work with.
Lucas is a flawed character--he's actually fine now, but they really screwed up developing him in Season 1. And they knew that--that's why they brought "Girl Meets the Secret of Life" which is actually pathetic looking back. It screamed "Shoot, we messed up on Lucas. By the way fans, he has anger problems! This cliffhanger is dumb because we all know they're not going to pick up on this scene the next episode. I actually liked the opening scene of this episode. The "Thunder! I can see them using that in the final scene of the show, unfortunately.
But we saw another part of school, yay, and I appreciate them casting an African-American girl. Main point being, with this kind of opening, they should've had the girls go to a party and maybe one of them find a boy and they'd end up breaking up on Monday. A shenanigan. That's all I have to say.. It's more than pathetic, in my view Sean.
Riley said all of three sentences in that scene. Lucas did almost all the talking--the most Riley contributed was "I had a hamster once. Hell, it's not even a conversation.
That's Lucas talking about himself, while a girl gushes over every word he says. And that campfire--if memory serves, Lucas was uncomfortable as shit in that scene; Maya certainly was. Not that I actually blame them for that, mind you. Riley all but forced Maya to talk to Lucas. It's been a long time since I've see that episode, but from what I recall, it was far too awkward on both sides to be considered a good, deep conversation either.
Riley and Lucas For all their talk of friendship, and this whole damned Triangle, Lucas has yet to show he's actually Riley's friend in a platonic sense, without romantic undertones. While it could be argued this would be impossible, due to Riley's infatuation with him, Lucas doesn't even know basic information about Riley--she, quite frankly, fawned over him for a year and he didn't know what her favorite sports team was I really support the idea of Riley and Farkle just being very close friends, if I'm honest.
Purely because it's something that not even BMW -really- did; in that a boy and a girl could just be very close friends, without romance coming into it. Shawn and Topanga came close admittedly, but ultimately, that was only because of Cory.
Jet- "Main point being, with this kind of opening, they should've had the girls go to a party and maybe one of them find a boy and they'd end up breaking up on Monday. It's too much relationship drama and major life lessons, with far too little fun and silliness.
I would love to see them go to a high-school party. Maybe we will see something like this after the triangle is resolved. It would be great to see how the friendship between Maya and Riley is tested when one of them has a boyfriend, and the other doesn't. Will van Roekel- "I really support the idea of Riley and Farkle just being very close friends, if I'm honest. Topanga was friends with Shawn because she knew the two of them came as a package deal, and if she wanted a relationship with Cory, she would have to be friends with Shawn too.
Kit - But that's exactly why I don't particularly want them together, ever. Have a couple of friends where romance just isn't an issue. Not be friends because one of them is dating the other's best friend. Not have a romance down the track. Just be friends. It's something all too often ignored in TV.
I think I agree with Will, and I think it's possible they may be building up to it. Farkle sits next to Riley now, in Maya's old position, while Maya has taken Farkle's old seat. It could be that they've switched positions somewhat.
Not that I want anything taken away from Maya's relationship with Riley, but it could be that Farkle may eventually become the Lancer of the group, the second-in-command, if we accept Riley as the "leader. I'm completely on board with Riley and Farkle just being absurdly close, physically affectionate friends, who aren't actually dating. I'm not a fan of the idea that the instant a guy and girl meet on screen they need to kiss at the end.
I would also really prefer that Riley and Farkle are just good friends with no subtext. Yeah, I think it's a bit more common in real life; but is sadly rare on screen. I know exactly how addicting TV Tropes can be. It's why I -never- click on links for it, except on the weekend.
To be honest We have been watching it mature for three years. I saw the first real glimpse that that's their end game in permanent record, when Farkle has that moment with Riley at the end. Lucas has YET to have that really with either girl Lucas and Riley or Maya, Farkle and Smackle don't have the same style of believable backbone to there creation. I like the idea of Riley and Farkle as platonic life partners too. I also see the potential for romance later.
It could go either way, and I'll be happy with whatever the writers decide. I'm considering changing my screen name to "I liked this episode better than Sean did". First off, I enjoyed the whole review, and, with the possible exception of Belief, I think I have liked every episode better than you, or hated it less.
As far as Farkle and Lucas go, maybe it happened gradually. I dunno Milestones. I think "Commonism" is universally abhorred. That goes double for "World of Terror 2. I am not about to defend anything Lucas does, but Farkle, having gone through his own transformation, may just see Maya's maturation as just that--growing up.
Cryptid, you're right that Commonism would count as another exception. There was a thing or two I liked in WOT2 that would keep it in the hated it less category. Good point about Farkle. To be fair, though Maya's wardrobe did start changing since Shawn came on the scene, and then apart from colour scheme had begun being similar to Riley's.
I just thought that's how girls are. I, too, was outraged on behalf of Katy's character She DID get rather serious upon hearing about Maya's difficulty in art. Save for her classroom dialogues, i enjoyed Riley in this episode. I even liked how she spoke about their Lucas situation. I wanna see Sage again. Is she lost forever? I started to wonder if that was what it was.
Does he wonder if apart from her manic quirks the things that he likes about Riley or being with her, is influenced by Maya? If so, why not date Maya who's seemingly into him and pretty darn cute, herself? The page reloaded and I lost all my stuff. This episode is tougher to nail down. It is not inherently a bad episode, and I enjoyed the Art Teacher, Mr. While the Spanish Teacher was good, she was pretty much just Strict. The fact that she was a Spanish teacher served the plot and the actress did her job, but this felt a little different.
This new guy felt like he was truly passionate about his subject; he reminded me a lot of Turner in that respect. Moving on to Katy I don't know guys, I really don't know. But let me at least try to be optimistic. Katy's first appearance was "Maya's Mother," and she tried to distance herself from her daughter. Katy wanted Maya to be better than her, and in that vein, tried to encourage Maya to not be like her, by being distant.
It is my hope that, although their personal relationship has improved, that this is still somewhat at play.
Girl Meets World: Of Terror/Transcript
That's all I have to say. Does anyone else hate that the library scene is the only thing Lucas can remember? That was TWO years ago and that's the only memorable thing in their relationship? But yeah, the idea of Riley and Lucas irks me so much. The jelly beans