So yes, the theme is consistent, but I would much rather have progress than consistency. Maya becomes aware that something is wrong with Riley, and Farkle, recalling when , thinks someone is bullying Riley. The whole Secret Santa gift exchange starts out a disaster. Cory asks his students how they think they will be remembered in history, and he suggests creating a class time capsule. Archived from on January 15, 2016. She was just a little girl. Norton, who informs the class it is at their age that girls begin to lose interest in the subjects.
After everyone becomes aware of Evan, an insecure Lucas finds himself sorting through his feelings for both Riley and Maya, while Riley gains more insight about why Maya became more like her. Things become awkward, and even though Riley and Lucas have strong feelings for each other, they decide to break up and remain friends. The cashier, Aubrey, manipulates the two girls into giving away all their clothes. Having seen the movie adaptation, Charlie shares with the class that a relationship must have both sense and sensibility to work. The ghost explains to Riley and Maya that she remains in the bay window because it used to be hers, and she wants the subsequent owners to enjoy the space as much as she did. God in Heaven, what have they done?! You put a card on the gift.
Due to his fantastic speech, Eric wins the election and attempts to become closer to Tommy once again. He got her the book to tell her to not change the good parts about her and what makes her wonderful. I loved her emotion while explaining to Farkle why she bought him the Menorah. And I think there was an understanding they'd let him direct a bit more as long as he appears in a couple of episodes. Cory admits to being wrong about not allowing them to feel as a natural part of their changing, but sees how much his class has learned while in middle school.
Auggie later unfoils the scheme, but keeps quiet. Have Maya bummed that her new dad won't be around for Christmas and that's why she is ditching her house, because she doesn't want another crazy Katy Christmas and without Shawn there she's afraid that's what she'll get. Sure, Farkle over-reacted to her gift and stating that it was a snub at him on not being able to celebrate Christmas was stupid; but it actually was not a nice gift. Also, Farkle way overreacted with Riley's gift. The assignment creates tension among the four because of their differing beliefs, causing them to switch partners.
Cory advises Maya to have confidence in herself, and that she does not need to act as if she does not care. Cory and Topanga give them the permission to ride the subway, but only if they make the world theirs, instead of their parents. And Riley and Lucas have had zip. Martinez with their rudeness, he quits and Cory replaces him. I have a lot of things to say. It's Farkle who was the worst gift-giver in my opinion. The story with Maya was good, and the secret Santa gift exchange in particular was really warm and sincere.
Zay cannot buy her that, though because he did not know she would love it. Sage tells them they need to make a decision about him, and Farkle and Zay similarly tell Lucas he needs to choose between Riley and Maya. Maya is still learning what she has become and visits a park she went to when she was younger, bringing with her a hammer, a brick and some paint. The gang then reunites back at Topanga's for the gift giving. He asks Maya to sit down and talk, and shows her that she actually knew all of the answers on the quiz. Just another reason why they never should have gone down this ridiculous Shawn and Katy path. At the same time, the two girls and the rest of Cory's class learn how to resolve conflicts.
Around the same time, Lucas comes to the Matthews' apartment ready to reveal his decision about Riley and Maya to them, only to discover they are not there, so Cory, Topanga, and Katy urge him to share this news. I guess that does require his presence more than this one does. He mentions that he taught to his class, and in regard to , mentions that her dad named her Harper Lee Burgess, after the author of the novel. Zay's gift is then discussed, which is from Farkle. I think you got it. On career day, Stuart Minkus, Farkle's father, visits their school and a battle ensues between him and Topanga. While Cory worries about his daughter's desire to become a cheerleader, as her teacher, he encourages her to continue pursuing something she is passionate about.
Aren't her parents divorced, or getting divorced? Crossing the border probably caused the fee, but still the waiver beat has enough real world plausibility, at least for me, to work. Riley and Maya meet a businesswoman on the subway, who they first assume is a crazy lady, but when she visits them in class, they discover that she has a building named after her. Later in the evening, everyone who heard Maya's story, except for Maya and her mother, take part in a dramatic Christmas Past play and people, to Maya and Katy's general amusement, reenact the traditions. The show might end up with Riley with Lucas but I take comfort with the knowledge that Farkle and Riley will always be there for each other. The three realize it will continue to take time to make this huge decision.
The waiver thing makes sense to me because there was a piece of the No Child Left Behind Act that required that districts allow kids zoned into low performing schools or who failed assessments to transfer into higher performing schools. All he does is change his eyes. The two companies run on completely different principles, one on customer happiness and one on profits. I've come to the conclusion that I'd watch a show about Zay. Cory's history lesson about and , and how people settled in Greenland because of its name, then perished, serves as a reminder to the class not to be misguided by what others say. After Josh leaves the train that Riley, Maya, Farkle, and Lucas are going to their dates on, Riley sees how sad Maya is and Lucas notices too, telling Riley to go comfort her.