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Girl Meets the Tell-Tale-Tot Girl Meets World - Season 2, Episode 6
Aired June 5, 2015

Girl Meets the Tell-Tale-Tot

When Riley joins Maya in sneaking out to a college party which Josh is attending, she must cope with the guilt of lying to her parents. At the college party, Maya is disappointed to see Josh hanging out with students who are more mature than she is. After Riley pushes Maya to take a bold decision, Maya learns some wisdom from the college students that might help her to one day date Josh.

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Guest Stars: Uriah Shelton as Joshua Matthews, Amir Mitchell-Townes as Zay Babineaux, Madison McLaughlin as Jasmine, Cynthy Wu as Charlotte, Tajh Bellow as Andrew, Sigi Gradwohl as Gamma Gamma Girl

Written by: Teresa Kale

Directed by: Ben Savage

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Notes

  • The title refers to the talking Tater Tot which acted as Riley's conscience, then later Maya and Auggie's, as she considered deceiving her parents. The tater-tot was like the eponymous Tell-Tale Heart from Edgar Allan Poe's short story, which Cory talked about in class.

Quotes (27)

Maya: Dear applicant, boing.
Josh: It doesn't say that!
Maya: This year we are only accepting married applicants.
Josh: It doesn't say that!

Maya: When is this little party, yeah, whatever, hi, I don't care?

Maya: No, I'm not going to look back and regret the things I didn't do. I wanna look back and regret the things I did do.

Maya: First thing we're gonna need is another Riley.
Riley: Why?
Maya: Your parents are going to open the door to check on you, and it needs to look like you're in here.
Riley: Maya, how could it possibly happen where anybody would ever believe that it was actually me under the covers? I mean, who would be dumb enough to fall for- How did I get over there?

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