5 Reasons Why Boy Meets World Should Be On Netflix

Almost everyone has seen at least one episode of Boy Meets World in their life. But if you haven’t, then I highly suggest you go watch one right now, trust me, you won’t regret it. But unfortunately you won’t be able to watch the popular series on Netflix. However, here are a few reasons why Boy Meets World should be available to watch instantly:

1) All of us have experienced some of the same problems as Cory growing up.

Let’s face it. Cory experienced basically everything a child to a college student could go through. Whether it’s fighting with your family or accidentally signing up for those hard, complex classes your first semester in college, Cory went through it all and we can all learn from his mistakes so that we hopefully don’t make them ourselves. However, if we do, we will at least know how to handle them.

2) Feeny gives the best advice.

And every time Cory made one of his mistakes, Mr. Feeny was always there to help. Mr. Feeny is one of those teachers that will definitely impact his students’ lives. And the fact that Cory, Shawn and Topanga go to him for help all the way through college shows how much they value his lessons and opinions, even if they don’t always show it. We could all learn something from Mr. Feeny.


3) Eric makes us all feel a little more smart and normal.

Eric is that older brother that’s supposed to be wiser and more intelligent, but really isn’t. He likes to pick on Cory, as all older brothers do, and make fun of his stupid mistakes. Except more often than not it’s Eric who’s making the stupid mistake or accidentally saying something that just makes him sound dumb. But Eric was at least able to provide us with a lot of laughs throughout the seven seasons.

4) Cory and Topanga have the perfect relationship.

Watching Cory and Topanga’s relationship over the years is honestly the most adorable thing. They go from making fun of each other to best friends to getting married. Everything they do and say to each other is pretty cliche, but that’s what makes their relationship so cute. And I mean, who wouldn’t want to have a relationship like theirs?


5) Girl Meets World.

The sequel to Boy Meets World recently aired on Disney Channel. If the show was good enough to deserve a spin-off, then it’s certainly good enough to be on Netflix.

Hopefully one day we’ll all be able to watch a few episodes of Boy Meets World on Netflix. But at least we now have Friends until then.

–Shervani Patel

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