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Girl Meets Texas: Part 1
Um, who asked who out? How did they get there? Did Lucas initiate some kind of date or did Riley set the whole thing up? This is another Lucas moment that was missing. Surely, he agreed to the date, if we can even call it that. So, what did he say? Also, a point about Charlie -- even though I agree he came off really desperate in this episode, I will say after 2nd viewing, I really do like the scene with him and Riley by the lockers.
There is an awkward quirkiness that he has that matches Riley. She goes, "So? And then I did like his reaction to her "You're not gonna hold my hand, right? But, besides that scene, everything else made Charlie look bad. The fact that Charlie didn't call the date off at the end is total bullshit.
I still like the actor, though. Great point about the Lucaya date. Is the implication that Lucas likes her? Who asked who and how enthusiastically did they say yes? I would LOVE some information. How could they leave that out? And yeah, I still like the Charlie actor too, and I still like what his character was supposed to be. The part about licorice and popcorn and "I'm cute and quirky why aren't you seeing that" was definitely endearing.
I really hope he comes back in a big way in Graduation. I think the relationship dynamics are better looked at through a 13 or 14 year old's eyes. In Charlie's case, he has liked a girl for probably a year at least and he has been waiting patiently to just talk to her. Of course he is going to take what he can get if they can spend time together.
What 8th grader is going to tell himself "Nah, I can't convince this girl of my dreams to like me why even try? I get you expected answers but this season still continues for several more episodes after this and I think this was setting up potential relationship dynamics to be carried on in Girl Meets New Year and Graduation.
In a way it was new because before this arc they had one episode of drama with Charlie but other than that it was pretty tame as far as relationship conflict. I believe this relationship arc will be solved by the end of Graduation. Maya and Lucas not being able to talk to each makes sense again if viewed from the eyes of an 8th grader. A friend you secretly like is easier to talk to when the pressure is off and you are used to interacting with them in a funny, light-hearted way.
Now your feelings are out and exposed to each other and the pressure is now sky high because for the first time you admit you have feelings for someone and its the guy your best friend was with. Maya doesn't deal with her emotions all that well on that personal of a level so her not being very comfortable in that situation is understandable. Lucas just had his emotions flipped and kind of believes he likes Maya while he thinks he really likes Riley.
So now you are sitting beside the girl you like or semi-like who is the best friend of the girl you thought you really liked. He has no idea what he is feeling and is confused. Now as the guy he has to lead the conversation with someone who he knows but hasn't really interacted with in that way before.
He also probably does not know her near the level that he knows Riley. As a young person these aren't things you can figure out over a campfire. You make mistakes, you say things you don't mean. These lessons on dealing with emotions and relationships develop over time with experience not on a weekend trip to Texas.
This arc introduced real emotional conflict between the main characters for the first time. This will spark greater growth in their emotional capacities that will carry over through the rest of the seasons. I agree Auggie was lame as usual as well as Cory the "Teacher". I agree with your assessment of the dynamics of the kids at their age. This isn't easy to learn how to deal with. I like poor Charlie and as I said elsewhere, he is going to be collateral damage when this is all said and done.
However, I think he realizes Riley isn't really into this right now, and so if he continues with this and gets hurt, it's partially his fault as well. I've been missing a lot of the stuff here because I've been covering my own blog since we cover a lot more stuff - the Jessie series finale AND the I Didn't Do It series finale AND Girl Meets Texas and, well, I wanted to get through my own stuff first just glancing through here in the meantime just to see how things would line up more or less independently.
Lo and behold, it more or less does. But enough about me Then again, single-camera doesn't necessarily literally mean single-camera it can, and it's still frequent, but multiple-cameras have been used in single-cam setups for, I don't know, decades? The defining moment of whether or not something is single-cam vs.
If they do, then it's single-cam. If it seems like there's more free-form in the camera direction, if the camera can actually physically move location and especially if it looks like there's a good chance cameras are pointed at each other or a camera could be pointing at the "wall" of another camera, then there's a good chance it's single-cam.
I don't know if she's a better actress than Rowan, but I think she's at least given better dynamics with her stuff. I like Maya as a character better than Riley, at least from how I perceive the characters to be from a storytelling standpoint.
To me Rowan strikes me as more of an obviously professional actress trying to be an obviously professional actress. I guess I must be really weird because, say, I never got the buzz over Meryl Streep for example.
Yes I've seen Deer Hunter, and yes she's good at it but I don't really see how it's really all that critically different from, say, how Kirsten Dunst has done Fargo so far see I watch more than just Disney Channel. Then again, what do I know. I like Specifically because she's a gymnast, not an actress, and apparently she's meh or not that great as an actual actress - Sabrina Carpenter who was a YouTube star before doing minor bit roles and then Girl Meets World and apparently isn't as good an actress as Rowan "acting in the womb" Blanchard - Amir Town-Thumbs?
Oh and if you don't mind the self-promotion I would like for you to check this out. Or the U. I Didn't Do It is over? Or just for a few months? And I do not mind the self promotion.
I'll try to check it out. Oh, on my own blog I challenged my co-authors to review one series of each others' choosing during the new programming dry spell and I chose One-Punch Man, and figured why not extend the challenge out to this blog?
Okay, maybe i'm wrong or something, but why is everyone so hung up on Charlie not calling the date off? Why didn't Riley? Yeah, Charlie knows he's being used and that Riley's still into Lucas; but as far as he knows, they have a new thing where Lucas and Maya are going out-ish now. He calls the date off and then what? He asked her in a note, he wasn't forceful. He let her pick the place and is bent on following her very un-date-like rules.
Yeah, it was hella awkward in Topanga's but he's getting her away from that awkwardness and taking her to a movie. Where either they can probably watch something that can cheer her up and he can be adorable. Yeah, his motives are self-serving, he's not Mr. Perfect, but i didn't catch that Jerk vybe that you guys seem to have. She doesn't see it that way, and is probably.
She's confused and working it out on her own because she can't talk it through with her best friend without possibly hurting her. So, Riley's making admittedly stupid decisions that she hopes will make others happy. Everything he says is ignored and shut down. This entire 3 episode story Lucas was used like a piece of meat that the girls fought over, and as a trophy by his grandfather to show up that other family. While I have not cared much at all for Lucas in this series, I loved him this weekend and it is amazing how neither Riley or Maya will let him express how he feels about all this.
He seems smart enough that he should be able to figure out what is going on, but maybe because he is so close to the situation, and also because this is also so new to him, he just can't see it. Charlie is just collateral damage, but he is so desperate he doesn't seem to care. I like him. But there is nothing like that. I think she did, Sean, in a "show, not tell" kind of way during that scene with Topanga.
That was a very interesting point of view Anonymous. You might be right. That was the only time other than the last scene with Farkle that Riley was telling the truth about anything during part 3. Sean, I think the closest Riley got to saying it was when she was telling Topanga that she thinks she is doing the right thing but still feeling confused and feeling like life was trying to throw her to the ground. The other moment was when she was talking with Farkle and told him "This is really hard and I just need some time.
I look at this episode a little differently, I guess, coming from the perspective of a Lucaya shipper. I agree with a lot of the points you brought up like the unresolved cliffhanger moments, Lucas not having a perspective, and Charlie's changed characterization, but I also feel that the episode handled these kids' conflicting emotions a heck of a lot better and more realistically than fanfiction would have or could have. They've set up a pretty complex set of character dynamics that are a heck of a lot more interesting to me than where we've been prior.
Girl Meets World - S02 E20 - Girl Meets Texas- Part 1
Um, who asked who out? How did they get there? Did Lucas initiate some kind of date or did Riley set the whole thing up? This is another Lucas moment that was missing.
Riley and Maya enter Lucas in the Austin Round Up Rodeo in an attempt to bring honor to his family after failing the mutton rodeo at age six. Do they let thirteen-year-olds compete in grown up rodeo events? This Yankee wants to know. Maya leaves, and Riley watches Lucas take the new record with 4.
Girl Meets World - S02 E20 - Girl Meets Texas- Part 1
Watch the video. Riley, Maya, and Farkle head to Texas with Lucas, who has been entered in the bull-riding competition at the rodeo in his hometown. Keep track of everything you watch; tell your friends. Full Cast and Crew. Release Dates. Official Sites. Company Credits.
TV Review: Girl Meets World (2×20-2×22) “Girl Meets Texas”
The series centers around the life of Riley and her friends and family, particularly their school life, in which Cory is their history teacher. Riley shares a strong relationship with her best friend Maya Hart, who assists her in learning to cope with the social and personal issues of adolescence. Several Boy Meets World cast members reprise their roles in the series. In her bedroom, Riley Matthews and her best friend, Maya Hart, try to sneak out her window to ride the subway, but are stopped by Riley's parents, Cory and Topanga Matthews. Cory and Topanga give them the permission to ride the subway, but only if they make the world theirs, instead of their parents.
It also serves as the first part in the 3-part event. It aired on October 16, to 2. Riley, Maya, and Farkle head to Texas with Lucas, who has been entered in the bull-riding competition at the rodeo in his hometown. Cory walks in and begins class, talking about the railroad; his class is soon interrupted by Pappy Joe, Lucas' grandfather, who has traveled on the train all the way from Austin, Texas to take Lucas and Zay back to Austin so that Lucas can ride Tombstone.
Girl Meets Texas (Part 1)
After last night's " edge of your seat, " thrilling episode of Girl Meets World , Girl Meets Texas - Part 2 slowed the tempo while setting the table for Part 3 to answer the question fans have been seeking: Will Lucas and Maya connect as a couple? To begin the second night of the weekend event, Lucas wonders out loud to Farkle , Pappy Joe , and Zay " Riley and I are brother and sister now. What does that even mean?
After all, you know what they say: everything's bigger in Texas. We talked to Peyton Meyer about these three awesome eps airing Friday, Saturay and Sunday and got the full scoop. Check it out. Peyton : I think just being in Texas is awesome—especially for Lucas because that's where he's from. We've haven't gotten a chance to meet Lucas's family or see where he's from before, so that's exciting, too. Seeing Zay and him get to show everyone where they grew up is cool.
Girl Meets World - S 2 E 20 - Girl Meets Texas- Part 1