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Quotes from A Long Walk to Pittsburgh (Part 2)

A Long Walk to Pittsburgh (Part 2)

'A Long Walk to Pittsburgh (Part 2)' - Season 4, Episode 17

Cory struggles to deal with Topanga's move to Pittsburgh, but is overjoyed when she appears at his door. The couple still have the hard task of convincing their parents that they're in love and that Topanga should stay in Philadelphia.

Air Date: February 14, 1997.

Quote from Mr. Feeny

Mr. Feeny: Madam, if you choose to question my opinions, then you disregard thirty-eight years in the public school system. Where I have borne the responsibility of those opinions for thirty-thousand students. None held in higher regard than Mr. Matthews and Ms. Lawrence.

Quote from Eric

Prudence: Hello, I am Topanga's Aunt.
Eric: Okay, how's that possible? Because my aunt looks like an elephant.
Alan: That is my sister you're talking about.
Eric: She does, man.

Prudence: The only thing I presume is you are as verbose as you are snappy.
Mr. Feeny: Well then. There we are.

Cory: And so for the next six years I threw dirt at her. I like to call those the lost years.
Topanga: You were the one who made him throw dirt at me?
Eric: You were a girl, nuggie head.

Quote from Shawn

Shawn: Okay, your hair's wet and you're wearing Cory's clothes. You ran away, didn't you? ... She gets that from me.

Quote from Mr. Feeny

Prudence: Who is that guy?
Topanga: That's Mr. Feeny.
Cory: He knows everything.
Prudence: No, he doesn't.
Mr. Feeny: Beg your pardon.

Quote from Eric

Eric: I hear yelling.
Alan: Eric, up stairs.
Eric: No, no. I hear yelling, I'm not involved. I'm staying.

Quote from Eric

Cory: Then we were six and Eric made fun of me because it wasn't cool to have a best friend who was a girl or to even know a girl.
Eric: And you listened to me. Idiot.

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