Go back to the beginning with Cory, Topanga, Shawn and all your favorite characters in Boy Meets World's hilarious first season. With the help of his family and his teacher, Mr. Feeny, Cory (Ben Savage) explores life, rel... more »ationships and the strange, wild world of sixth grade.« less
"I'm quite picky on ratings. I only give things I flat out love five stars. But this is definitely deserving. Here is a list of all the episodes -- and a short description on them: Disc One:
Pilot -- Introduces us to the characters. Cory feels neglected when his brother takes his new girlfriend to a baseball game instead of him.
On The Fence -- Cory paints Mr. Feeny's shudders to pay for a water gun. Problems arise.
Father Knows Less -- Alan, Cory's dad doesn't think he spends enough time with Cory so he wakes him up in the middle of the night to watch a no hitter, resulting in Cory failing a test the next day.
Cory's Alternative Friends -- Cory tries to straighten his hair and messes it up completely. This episode introduces Danielle Fishel as Topanga. *Available with Audio Commentary*
Killer Bees -- Cory talks Mr. Feeny into letting him enter a geography tournament when the prize is to b a bat boy at the first game in the World Series.
Boys II Mensa -- Cory memorizes the answers to an I.Q. test and learns the consequences of his actions.
Grandma Was A Rolling Stone -- Cory's grandma comes to visit. Eric has a date with Jessica, Mr. Feeny's niece.
Teacher's Bet -- Mr. Feeny and Cory make a bet that Cory can teach Social Studies better than Mr. Feeny.
Class Pre-Union -- Cory's class has a pre-union and Cory comes as a baseball player. Guest Jim Abbot. *Available with Audio Commentary*
Santa's Little Helper -- When Cory learns that Shawn's dad lost his job, he tries to give Shawn a present.
The Father/Son Game: Eric and Cory try to get out of a Father/Son game and then feel guilty that their dad threw the game because he knew they didn't want to go.
Once In Love With Amy -- Eric, Cory and Shawn think Mrs. Matthews is having an affair.
She Loves Me, She Loves Me Not -- Topanga develops a crush on Eric.
The B-Team of Life -- Cory only makes the B team in basketball.
Model Family -- Cory, Meenkis, Shawn and Topanga must become a "Model Family".
Risky Business -- Shawn and Cory take up betting on horse races.
The Fugitive -- Shawn blows up a mailbox and is on the run.
It's A Wonderful Night -- Mr. Feeny fills in as babysitter. Cory and Shawn smuggle an R rated movie into the house.
Kid Gloves -- Cory gets a "Becoming A Man" present from his dad that he can't understand.
The Play's The Thing -- Mr. Feeny's class does their spring play on "Hamlet", staring Cory.
Boy Meets Girl -- Shawn goes on his first date and Cory hurries to catch up. *Available With Audio Commentary*
I Dream of Feeny -- Cory thinks he made Mr. Feeny sick and can't get him out of his head.
Bonus episode from season 4: Hair Today, Goon Tomorrow -- Topanga chops off half of her hair to try to prove to Cory that outward appearances don't matter. *Available With Audio Commentary*
All in all, this is a great season of Boy Meets World. And trust me...it only keeps getting better!! "
Great Show in a Great DVD Package
Julie A Ross | Pleasant Hill, CA United States | 10/08/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I collect TV show DVD sets, and I'm very happy to say that this set, containg the first 22 episodes (the whole first season) of Boy Meets World, is no disappointment. The episodes are in great quality, there is a "play all" feature which I find to be very uncommon among DVD sets, and there are many bonus features, like an episode from season 4, audio commentary, and more. I was very impressed with these DVDs and hope future Boy Meets World sets come out just as impressive as this one."
Boy Meets World Meets DVD!
Servo | Atlanta, GA USA | 08/18/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I remember how TV Guide and other critics didn't think the show would last as long as it did, unnecessarily putting Ben Savage and his new show in brother Fred's shadow. But Ben and "Boy Meets World" would have the last laugh, running for seven consistently entertaining seasons while building a HUGE viewer fanbase. This complete first season set is somewhat of a special collector's item for casual and diehard BMW viewers, who not only can revisit the freshman season at their leisure but can also re-examine the individual episodes for continuity issues that would later plague the show. "Boy Meets World" featured a perfect blend of heart and comedy in EVERY single episode for its entire series run, and starting with this Season 1 set, can be owned on DVD!
Features: Bonus Episode from Season 4: "Hair Today, Goon Tomorrow" Audio Commentary: "Cory's Alternative Friends" (Disc 1) with Ben Savage, Rider Strong, Will Friedle, Danielle Fishel and creator/executive producer Michael Jacobs. Audio Commentary: "Class Pre-Union" (Disc 2) with Ben Savage, Rider Strong, Will Friedle, Danielle Fishel and creator/executive producer Michael Jacobs. Audio Commentary: "Boy Meets Girl" (Disc 3) with Ben Savage, Rider Strong, Will Friedle, Danielle Fishel, creator/executive producer Michael Jacobs and Matthew Lawrence (5th Season's "Jack Hunter"). Audio Commentary: Season 4 Bonus Episode "Hair Today, Goon Tomorrow" (Disc 3) with Ben Savage, Rider Strong, Will Friedle, Danielle Fishel, creator/executive producer Michael Jacobs and Matthew Lawrence (5th Season's "Jack Hunter").
Boy Meets World - Season 2 available November 23rd!"
Good, Clean TV
Kelli | Somewhere out west | 11/24/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This is the type of show that deserves to be put on DVD for other generations to see. The story is clean and modest. It shows how important it is to have a strong family. It also show that family in all its troubles. As TV gets worse, shows like this become more and more important to save."
Worth Every Penny
Mrs.EricMatthews | Canada | 10/11/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Having grown up with Boy Meets World on the TGIF lineup, I was thrilled to see that the first season was finally to be released on DVD. Needless to say, as soon as I spotted it in the stores I snatched it up and I have to say, it was worth every cent I spent on it! Rewatching all those episodes that I loved so much was awesome! Seeing Minkus once again was definately a great thing, as well as seeing Jason Marsden. I loved Cory's "___ Boy!" stage that he went through ("I am Scuba Boy!" "I am Action Boy!" etc...) and, of course, Topanga's hair.
The cast commentaries on certain episodes had me laughing til my sides hurt and it's great to see that the cast members really get along. (a particular favourite of mine was Will Friedle's jabs at Matthew Lawrence throughout the commentaries. Making fun of Super Human Samurai Cyber Squad...classic!)
The bonus episode from season 4 is great. It's actually one of my favourites. It's the episode with Eric as the Good Looking Guy, so how can you not like it?
If you enjoyed this series when it was on TV then it is definately worth buying on DVD! Trust me, it's well worth it!"