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Quotes from Girl Meets 1961

Girl Meets 1961

'Girl Meets 1961' - Season 1, Episode 9

Cory gives the class a living-history assignment which takes the four friends back to New York City in 1961.

Air Date: September 19, 2014.

Quote from Lucas

Maya: I come from a long line of clutterbuckets.
Lucas: Oh, this is the greatest day of my life.

Quote from Farkle

Lucas: My dad is sending something about my great grandfather. We don't talk about him much. His name was Merlin.
Farkle: Merlin? Was he a wizard? HA!
Lucas: Okay, Farkle Minkus. What was your grandfather's name?
Farkle: Ginsberg.

Quote from Farkle

Cory: The times, they were a changin'.
Farkle: The class, they are a sleepin'.

Quote from Riley

Farkle: You're one deep chick, man.
Riley: Chick? Down here I'm a chick!

Quote from Lucas

Cory: Riley, it was over fifty years ago. How old do you think I am?
Lucas: There's no right answer to this, sir.

Quote from Riley

Cory: What did you guys do yesterday?
Riley: I think I had grapes.
Cory: Do you know what yesterday was?
Riley: Grapes day.

Quote from Maya

Cory: History has nothing to do with us, wasn't it, Miss Hart?
Maya: I can't remember. It was like five minutes ago.

Quote from Riley

Riley: From what I can piece together, my great grandmother, Rosie McGee, was a weird wide-eyed goofball who only saw the best in everybody. Who's like that?

Quote from Maya

Maya: These people all had something to say.
Lucas: Well, you only know that because they went ahead and said it.
Maya: You know, someday you're going to make somebody a wonderful fortune cookie.

Quote from Riley

Cory: I'm talking about the '60s, man.
Riley: Nobody cares about when you were our age.

Quote from Riley

Riley: You figured me out in five seconds and you've hurt me.

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