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Quotes from Boy Meets Real World

Boy Meets Real World

'Boy Meets Real World' - Season 5, Episode 2

For his video assignment, Cory films Jack, Shawn and Eric in a similar vein to MTV's The Real World. However, when Jack and Shawn's relationship deteriorates, Cory may be letting his role as a film-maker get in the way of his responsibility as a friend.

Air Date: October 10, 1997.

Quote from Cory

Angela: No offense, Cory, but this looks like you just ripped off that show on MTV, the Real World.
Cory: I have no knowledge of this Real World of which you speak. My Real World is the real Real World.

Quote from Cory

Shawn: You go too far. You have five minutes of me in the shower. You can't use that.
Cory: It's for the European version. If I don't get in to NYU, it's for Sweden-Y-U.

Quote from Eric

Eric: And I went and I bought Cory a hot dog. Man he was so happy, he smiled and then I smiled because I felt good. You know I did the right thing. I was a good older brother. He started giggling and reached his little hand out for that hot dog. And took a foul ball right smack dab in the head, knocked him unconscious. Cory doesn't giggle any more.

Quote from Mr. Feeny

Cory: Mr. Feeny, you really believe I made a good film?
Mr. Feeny: No. I think The Graduate was a good film.

Quote from Cory

Cory: And all through my life people have asked me, "What do you want to be when you grow up, young whipper-snapper?"
Topanga: Who talks like that?
Cory: Crazy people. The point is it was a lot of pressure, Topanga, and now I've found something I'm good at, it's like the pressure's off.

Quote from Mr. Feeny

Morgan: Now I want you to give him some advice, like you always gave Eric.
Mr. Feeny: Run, man. Run like the wind.

Quote from Mr. Feeny

Mr. Feeny: An excellent start on your documentary, Mr. Matthews.
Cory: What?
Mr. Feeny: Yes, excellent. I said excellent and I was talking about something you did. I don't know what came over me.

Mr. Feeny: I'm thinking of putting my house up for sale. I thought once the kids got older things would quiet down, but it just gets weirder.

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