Farkle girl meets world ladies
Farkle Minkus : You won't do anything to me 'cause I'm a New York intellectual and you don't wanna be a cliche. Pappy Joe Lucas, fetch me my shotgun. Lucas Friar : Okay! Farkle Minkus : You didn't want him to get hurt because care about him. Maya Hart : I care about all of us.SEE VIDEO BY TOPIC: Girl Meets World 2x26: Farkle & Riley #2 (Lucas: Riley, you don't actually think that Farkle ...)
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The Cultural Fair is coming, so he tasks the kids to celebrate where they came from by discovering their heritage. Topanga declares their family to be multi-generational Americans. Riley throws slices of American cheese into the crowd, yelling at Cory that he made her this way. Zay and Lucas are dressed like crazy cowboys in honor of their Texan roots.
Cory is disappointed in everyone and demands that they dig deeper. Explaining that a lack of understanding and fear of others is how conflicts and war begin. The only kid he approves of is Farkle, who says that he has to find out more information about his grandfather before giving his report.
Was that scene necessary? Was it a fun bit of continuity? Zay reveals that his grandmother told him their family was originally from Ghana, went to Jamaica, then jumped from Texas to New York. She explains fleeing from Cambodia to the Philippines, and ultimately to America. Farkle is especially interested in her tales. She explains that America is one big cultural fair, made up of many cultures they can learn from.
Cory dismisses the class. He explains that his grandfather was adopted by the Christian Minkus family as a way of keeping him safe during World War II. There is no record of the rest of his family, presumably as a result of the Holocaust. One thing I will say is that Cory Folgelmanis did a wonderful job as Farkle — he proved that he can handle more emotional storylines and serious topics.
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Girl Meets Farkle
I love you guys' blog but I usually never post comments here - but I think I'm gonna pull a Jexica and do so anonymously! I honestly loved this episode. Might be one of my favorites this season, though I realize that's a bold statement since the season isn't over yet.
Farkle Minkus is a main character in Girl Meets World. Farkle exhibits personality traits of both his parents. Much like Stuart, he is a genius and a nerd; and like Jennifer, he is confident and masterful. Farkle is attached to and protective of both Riley and Maya, and used to say that he loved them equally until he became the boyfriend of his former academic rival, Isadora Smackle.
It aired in the U. IQ tests results cause Farkle to question who he really is and where he belongs. Later, another student teaches him a lesson in compassion. While Cory talks to his class about how people and atoms are unique, Ms. Oben, the school guidance counselor, arrives with test and aptitude results for the class. She tells Farkle what he already knows, that he's a genius, but then says the school will want to run some more specific tests on him. Depending on the new test results, another more specialized school might reach out to Farkle. As his friends eavesdrop from outside the classroom, Farkle insists he would never leave his friends behind. That evening at Topanga's , Stuart Minkus and his wife Jennifer throw a party for Farkle to celebrate his now-official status as a genius. Smackle crashes the party to congratulate Farkle and to suggest that he consider transferring to Einstein Academy where his talents could be better nurtured.
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Meanwhile, the story of kid living next door to his teacher has changed. Strangely, kids TV seems to have gone backwards since then. Instead of talking about real issues that affect kids their age, the onslaught of teen and pre-teen shows Disney has been churning out deal in outlandish, farcical situations. Are you getting the picture? Why is that?
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