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A Long Walk to Pittsburgh: Part 2 

Cory is despondent without Topanga. One rainy evening, Topanga shows up on Cory's doorstep. She ran away from home and wants to convince her parents to let her live with an aunt in town. ... See full summary »

Director:

Jeff McCracken

Writers:

Michael Jacobs (created by), April Kelly (created by) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Ben Savage ... Cory Matthews
William Daniels ... George Feeny
Betsy Randle ... Amy Matthews
Will Friedle ... Eric Matthews
Rider Strong ... Shawn Hunter
Danielle Fishel ... Topanga Lawrence
William Russ ... Alan Matthews
Olivia Hussey ... Aunt Prudence Curtis
Katie Johnston Katie Johnston ... Rosie Sparrow
Emma Ridley ... Becky Sparrow
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Storyline

Cory is despondent without Topanga. One rainy evening, Topanga shows up on Cory's doorstep. She ran away from home and wants to convince her parents to let her live with an aunt in town. Cory and Topanga must convince Cory's parents and Topanga's aunt that they are truly in love. Written by skillwithaquill

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Genres:

Comedy | Drama | Family

Certificate:

TV-PG
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Language:

English

Release Date:

14 February 1997 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Trivia

During "A Long Walk to Pittsburg" Shawn is deemed to have nail polish on his fingers, this however according to Rider Strong was a result of slamming his fingers in a door. See more »

Goofs

Cory is apparently unaware of what the ending to "Romeo and Juliet" is. He should know already what happens as he studied it in Boy Meets World: Pilot where it was integral to the plot. See more »

Quotes

Aunt Prudence Curtis: Hello, I am Topanga's aunt.
Eric Matthews: Now how is that possible, because my aunt looks like an elephant.
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Connections

References Romeo and Juliet (1968) See more »

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The fight for true young love
15 December 2015 | by sooriyah007See all my reviews

Out of all the episodes that i have watched so far, not one has touched me as deeply as this one. It is basically the fight for true love. But also the fight to keep love alive admits all obstacles. For actors that have spent almost 4 seasons providing light hearted comedy and predictable plot lines, this has been a refreshing and emotional roller coaster of an episode.

I don't think this is true love as depicted in real life. But it comes close. Any TV show that can make you think about your own understanding of love and help you understand the importance of family and friends has definitely exceeded expectations in my book.

Maybe there will be another episode down the line that is even better and heart warming. Until then this shall be the benchmark.


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