Girl meets world rileytown
Oh lord, this has After School Special written all over it. Good thing I'm guessing the majority of us are actually old enough to have grown up on the cheesyness of those movies and understand the reference. Didn't we already do a story with one of the group being picked on by a classmate with Farkle last season? Yeah it was Farkle. I always assumed Riley would tell Maya or you know actually stick up for herself.SEE VIDEO BY TOPIC: Girl Meets World- Riley admits she has a bully (emotional scene) - Girl Meets Rileytown
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This week's Girl Meets World tackled one of its most salient issues yet: cyberbullying. While "Girl Meets Rileytown" could have been structured a little differently to make the situation clearer upfront, the second half was very effective and gave Rowan Blanchard some of her best scenes to date.
Girl Meets World. This week, Riley confronted a cyberbully in the best way possible. Story 0. Acting 0. Visuals 0. Warning: Full spoilers from the episode follow. This week's Girl Meets World got off to a very weird, almost incoherent start, and it took about half the episode for the storyline to click into place.
But once that happened, "Girl Meets Rileytown" turned into one of the most emotional and powerful episodes of Season 2 thus far. In addition to tackling another important issue -- cyberbullying -- this installment featured one of Rowan Blanchard's best performances yet, proving her dynamic range as actress once again.
But for awhile, it was hard to tell exactly what was going on. The cold open, for example, felt like a non-issue, as Maya insisted to Riley over and over that she loved "Rileytown" and all her friend's delightful quirks. It wasn't until Farkle started piecing together the bully angle that "Girl Meets Rileytown" came into its own -- even if Farkle had to make some pretty big logic leaps to get there.
The ensuing bay window scene was the episode's first truly great one, as a tear-stricken Riley confessed to Maya what was really going on. You could feel the sting in Riley's words here, especially when she started quoting her cyberbully's scathing insults. It was a powerful moment for Girl Meets World, and for Blanchard as a performer.
I also liked how the guys immediately came to Riley's aid, including Zay who offered good comic relief throughout the episode. Maybe the writers are saving that for his own episode in the future. Meanwhile, Cory finally, finally addressed his other students, by name, adding, "I know there are lots of groups of friends in here, and I know you go through stuff too," followed by a humorous reference to their math teacher being the one who relates algebra to their lives. And while it didn't really make up for the fact that Cory shouldn't have been discussing Riley's private issue in such a public forum seriously, dude, where were you and Topanga during the bay window scene?
Finally, Riley's confrontation with her cyberbully was easily the highlight of the episode, as she put on one of her "award ceremonies" in front of the whole school. I thought it was an interesting choice to never actually show the bully, which in a way I think represented the anonymity that comes with attacking someone from behind a computer or smartphone screen. It was kind of like watching a one-act play or a monologue, with just Riley talking and no one else.
Verdict This week's Girl Meets World tackled one of its most salient issues yet: cyberbullying. In This Article. Developer Disney Channel. Release Date June 27, In this week's Girl Meet World, Riley came to terms with a cyberbully with the help of her friends. More Reviews by Max Nicholson.
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This week's Girl Meets World tackled one of its most salient issues yet: cyberbullying. While "Girl Meets Rileytown" could have been structured a little differently to make the situation clearer upfront, the second half was very effective and gave Rowan Blanchard some of her best scenes to date. Girl Meets World. This week, Riley confronted a cyberbully in the best way possible. Story 0.
Girl Meets Rileytown
Maya mentions Rileytown, which causes Riley to shove her off the bed, upset at the reference to how goofy, silly, and weird she is. The girls continue their Rileytown conflict, which leads to Riley challenging Maya to a duel. We hardly knew you. The outcome of the ice cream duel confuses the gang, now very concerned for Riley and Maya. Maya runs out to find her, so Farkle and Zay stay behind to tie up Lucas in order to explain the situation. Someone is texting her about how her happiness and goofy exterior is getting in the way, how they want to kick her in the face when they see her, etc. ALSO he names every other kid in the class! He recognizes them all…then asks if their math teacher helps them with their real life problems using algebra. Every Friday Riley holds a fake awards ceremony, presenting herself with awards for good deeds.
TV Review: Girl Meets World (2×17) “Girl Meets Rileytown”
What I love best about this show, though, are the true life lessons that are taught, and the latest just blew me away. Riley Matthews is popularly known as a very unique individual. When you have friends like that, who respect and know each other so well, you instinctively know when something is wrong. Everyone had different reactions to the news. So stop being weird and stop being happy.
Check out our editors' picks to get the lowdown on the movies and shows we're looking forward to this month. Browse our picks. Title: Girl Meets Rileytown 25 Sep After Maya hurts Riley's feelings, the group learns that Riley is overly sensitive because another classmate is making fun of her.
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