When Maya leads a rebellion in class, Riley joins in to try to be like her - much to her father, Cory's, dismay.
In an attempt to get the students in his class to stop texting and communicate in person, Cory gives them a homework assignment that teaches them how to communicate face to face, ultimately sparking a real connection between Riley and Lucas. Riley becomes jealous when another girl flirts with Lucas, so she enlists Maya and Farkle's help to learn how to flirt too. Cory struggles with Riley growing up when he learns she'd rather go to the school dance then participate in their yearly tradition of riding the Coney Island roller coaster. After Cory teaches a lesson on truth, Riley and Maya struggle with whether or not it was right to lie to Farkle and tell him he's a good actor and if Maya should keep the locket she found, even though it doesn't belong to her. When Maya's artwork is featured at a school event, Riley sees it as an opportunity to help Maya mend her relationship with her mother. When Smackle, a debate champion from another school who happens to have a crush on Farkle, realizes that he only sees her as an academic rival, she enlists Maya and Riley to give her a makeover. Cory gives the class a living-history assignment that takes the four friends back to New York City in 1961.
Cory divides his class into two fake companies for a lesson, one driven by profits and the other by making people happy.
The kids face a trilogy of terror when Riley has a sleepover at Maya's with her Gammy Hart and pet ferret.
When the kids are assigned a special lesson on appreciation, Riley and Maya are forced to work in the school cafeteria while Lucas and Farkle are assigned janitorial duty. When Cory teaches his class about various forms of government, Lucas, Riley and Farkle decide to run against each other for 7th-grade class president.
Cory and Topanga are going out to celebrate their anniversary and decide to let Riley babysit Auggie for the first time. Riley invites her friends along to join the traditional Matthews' Family Game Night, and Maya is excited to learn Riley's Uncle Josh is joining as well. Maya is celebrating her 14th birthday with Riley and the Matthews but is struggling with the fact that her mom probably won't be able to join them.
Farkle has to choose between Riley and Maya as dates to an awards ceremony that he attends annually.
Riley and Maya are anxious to begin eighth grade and have a new teacher, that isn't Riley's father. Riley and Lucas' classmates are curious as to what's going on with their relationship, which ultimately confuses them more than ever before. When Lucas' old friend from Texas comes to New York, Lucas begins to wonder if New York had really changed him, and he starts to keep secrets from Riley.


Cory, Topanga, Shawn, Riley and Maya travel to Philadelphia to dig up a time capsule that Cory, Topanga and Shawn buried 15 years ago which prompts the kids decide to create and bury one of their own.
When Riley and Maya get into a fight, Cory enlists the help of his brother, Eric, to be a mediator.
Riley tells a lie so she and Maya can attend a party and must deal with the guilt of sneaking around her parents. Uncle Eric is recruited to run for the Senate, but learns it was only because they expected him to lose. A new teacher is hired and uses non-traditional ways of learning to engage the students, and the principal does not agree. It's Riley's turn to take the class fish home for the weekend, but it dies as soon as she gets it. The kids aren't satisfied with what they've been voted “Most Likely” for in the school yearbook, and take matters into their own hands to change it.
Riley is asked to the semi-formal dance by a classmate named Charlie and is torn whether to go with him or Lucas.
When art and music are threatened to be cut from school, the kids have to find a creative way to convince the school board to show their value. Riley, Maya and Lucas emphasize the beauty of being unique as they rally around their friend Farkle Minkus, who may be on the autism spectrum. When Riley comes to the realization that her parents, Cory and Topanga, are making a positive impact in the world, she questions the impact she's making to the world. After Maya hurts Riley's feelings, the group learns that Riley is overly sensitive because another classmate is making fun of her. Riley and Maya run into a somewhat old friend when they meet the ghost of the bay window—who just happens to be a flapper from the 1920s. It's time for the annual cheerleading tryouts, and Riley is determined to finally make the squad. Riley, Maya, and Farkle head to Texas with Lucas, who has been entered in the bull-riding competition at the rodeo in his hometown. When the class receives an assignment about forgiveness, Maya writes to her father in an attempt to forgive him for leaving and Riley tries to let go of the fact that Auggie destroyed something important to her.
Cory asks the kids to challenge one another's beliefs to see if it changes their perspectives.
Farkle tells Riley that she has until midnight on New Year's Eve to tell everyone how she really feels about Lucas. Riley is upset when the boys at school won't let her participate in a science experiment and attempts to become more involved.


When Farkle's dad makes a bad investment, Farkle becomes worried about what that might mean for his family. Maya and Farkle are caught cheating on a test and have to face the school honor board, which includes Riley and Lucas as members. Riley decides to redecorate the bay window; Maya is offended and hurt that Riley would violate their sacred space. Lucas (Peyton Meyer) talks with a childhood friend (Shak Gacha) in the school hallway in this new still from Girl Meets World.
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But, the Lucas of the past isn’t the Lucas who his new friends Riley (Rowan Blanchard), Farkle (Corey Fogelmanis) and Maya (Sabrina Carpenter) have come to love.
Meanwhile, Riley and Maya encounter a lady in the subway who is quite different than they first perceive her to be. Auggie confronts the monster under his bed, and Farkle tackles his most terrifying fear yet - playing softball. Hurt and confused, he stops going to class until Riley, Maya and Lucas rally him to show their classmates how to respect each other's uniqueness and show compassion to those who need it, no matter who they are.
Meanwhile, Cory and Riley devise a plan to setup Maya's mom with Shawn when he pays a visit. At first neither of the two are interested in attending the event, since neither of them like him the way he likes them; but after showing the girls how great of a guy he is, the two end up fighting over who gets to be his date. Meanwhile, Auggie's friend Ava attempts to be nicer when she thinks she's losing him to another girl. You will be able to Stream and Download "Girl Meets World Episode 3 "Girl Meets the Secret of Life"" TV Series in High-Definition on PC (desktop, laptop, tablet, handheld pc etc.) and Mac. Download as many as you like and watch them on your computer, your tablet, TV or mobile device.




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