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With high school around the corner, Riley decides to change her bedroom bay window and leave her childhood years behind, but Maya objects because of what the bay window has meant to both of them. Full Cast and Crew. Please read the following before uploading Do not upload anything which you do not own or are fully licensed to upload. Nats on May 14, at 5: Red, White, and Blue Icebox Cookies. When Harper teaches about Jane Austen 's Sense and Sensibility in English class, Riley and Maya soon realize their similarities to the novel's two main characters. Jocelyn Grandbaby Cakes on June 18, at 8:

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I love love love this idea. It is so pretty, dainty, and chic! I love the idea for this cake! A brownie base — genius and oh-so-yummy! I love cake in general but Vanilla or Almond would be my favorites! I think I will try this recipe this weekend! You did a great job on the frosting. Would sure love to win the book. You inspire me to become a better baker, and wow… looking at your cakes i feel am in love again, they are gorgeous.: But I like vanilla almost as much.

Would love to win such a creative baking book. This cake looks so delicious and light and fluffy! I have never made a white cake before… Definitely interested in trying one! Cake in general is my favorite flavor! Your cake decorating skills are JUST.

This is beautiful — and looks delicious too! Your cake is beautiful and looks gorgeous, too. I love vintage wrote a vintage fiction novel. I love baking and tea parties and this cake would be lovely. I love the way your swirled the cream cheese frosting. I like it much better than the fancy Wilton tips. I might add sugared flowers. Have you ever done those. Your recipes look amazing! My favorite flavor of cake Buttery Vanilla. So hard to pick just one — probably red velvet or carrot cake or maybe I just love cream cheese frosting!

We love eating our new found creations. The center Layer is filled with a wonderful Lemon Curd, smooth and tartly-sweet. Top with last 2 layers, cheese cake in the center remember, and finish off with a scrumptious Buttercream Frosting laced with Pure Almond Extract and Lemon rind, finely grated and chopped. Wow your cake looks so yummy!! My favorite cake is cheese cake. Thank you so much for sharing! German Chocolate cake is my absolute favorite, and I love Angel Food cake.

Looove a big double layer that is bottom layer white cake top layer is chocolate fudge cake with a chocolate fudge frosting. So good with vanilla ice cream. The cake looks fabulous! My birthday is soon, and I try to make a unique cake.

This fits the bill. My favorite changes to my mood; however one of my favs is a lemon cake with amazing lemon coconut frosting. I can hardly wait to bake this beautiful cake. Takes me back to when my grandma would let me help her bake. Thanks for your great ideas. Have a Blessed day. My favorite flavor of cake is chocolate! Thanks so much for sharing the recipe and for offering this giveaway! Can you post it please?

White cake is my favorite. Love the idea with the chocolate bottom. What an interesting take on a white cake, I would never have thought of the brownie bottom! I would dearly love to get a copy of your cake cookbook. My favorite cake is a toss up between red velvet with cream cheese frosting or chocolate cake with peanut butter buttercream!

What a stunning sight when the first piece is plated. Normally its chocolate but oh man my sister made this cake for our family dinner tonight and I loved it!!! I love a rich chocolate cake or a lemon cake.

Okay I love pretty much all the cakes. Where is the recipe for the homemade white cake you were speaking of? I prefer homemade to box mixes. I would love to have a good recipe for white cakes as most recipes tend to come out dry…and I have tried many in my 55 years of baking! I am gonna definitely try this cake. This would be fantastic. Chocolate with chocolate frosting and cherry pie filling is my fave, but this one is calling my name!

This looks so good!! Chocolate cake with peanut butter mousse is one of my favs!!! Anything sweet is wonderful. If I HAD to come up with a favorite, it would probably be chocolate with raspberry curd filling and milk chocolate Swiss Meringue Buttercream. However, my go to cake right now is a chocolate with raspberry buttercream filling and vanilla buttercream icing.

That cake looks delicious. Cream cheese frosting is the best!! My favorite cake is red velvet with cream cheese frosting. Gonna make it now: Like any girl should: This cake looks so yummy! And I really like that is so simple to make! I love the idea of the surprises inside the cakes! I just got my cookbook and I am planning on making it tomorrow for my husbands birthday cake. Did you make your white layers the day before? I wanted to use the white cake recipe, do I have to buy the cookbook to get that recipe to use to make this cake?

Hi Michelle, the recipe for the white cake is hyperlinked in the instructions. Hi, what if i do not want to use the box mix, can u send me the recipe to make it form scratch please? Cake looks delicious so I am going to be making it for a friends wedding and I am going to use the decadent brownie recipe. Could anyone tell me how long it can sit and whether I should keep it in a fridge or at room temperature? Hi Ashley I totally agree with you on special cake decorations but I want to take a class specifically for that because I plan to master that…but this cake looks so good and yes I am going to make it for sure…..

The mere thought of the chocolate sauce has me curious esp when it includes condense milk….. This cake turned out perfectly! It was such a hit! I used the white cake recipe and then used a box brownie mix. I put a layer of Nutella on top of the brownie instead of the chocolate sauce. Thanks for the recipe!! Is the almond flavor noticeable in the perfect white cake recipe?

Thinking of using all vanilla or a different flavor extract, not a big almond fan. Is the almond flavor noticeable in this recipe? Did you revert to the original recipe she mentioned on her website? Made this at Thanksgiving. My husband loved the almond flavor surprise in the white cake. Will be doing this at Christmas. I used a box mix for the first brownie layer.

I also used the link for the white cake. This is very good, but very rich. This is definitely a special occasion cake.

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This cake was great, but you should add to the instructions, to line ALL of the cake and brownie pans with parchment paper. I just hope I was able to salvage it. I know the bottom layer of cake will come apart when I cut it.

Jen, thanks for that tip. Can you share your impression of the cake after making. I wish Ashley had responded to some of the comments here from people who actually made the cake.

I am concerned about people saying the chocolate never soaked in. Also, one person said there is a discrepancy in 8 vs 9 in cake pans. It looks fabulous, but the few people who gave feedback here did not seem too positive. Although it was tough to sift through all the comments unrelated to this cake or who never made it. With havin so much written content do you ever run into any problems of plagorism or copyright violation? Do you know any techniques to help prevent content from being stolen?

It is a yummy recipe! Followed exactly, no need to change a thing. Your email address will not be published. In fact, I informed my mother on multiple occasions that I was not getting an advanced education so I could spend my evenings preparing meals. Pat Kessler on March 19, at 9: This cake looks delicious. Valerie on June 27, at 5: Judy on December 6, at 4: Diamond on April 15, at 3: You make it bettee?

Mary Lowe on September 11, at Ashley on September 11, at 6: Mary, I linked to the recipes she used. You can find them on her site by following the links. Heather French Press on March 19, at I love red velvet — but this cake has me drooling, I want it NOW!!

Melinda on March 19, at Vanilla or strawberry Reply. Kris on March 19, at Michelle Lasitter on March 19, at Zainab Blahnik Baker on March 19, at Bar on March 19, at The cake looks amazing!

Brittany on March 19, at I love white cake! Bernie B on March 19, at I love German chocolate cake. Kim Varner on March 19, at All of my favorite things in one dessert! Gail on March 19, at So looking forward to trying this cake!

Darleena on March 19, at Italian Cream is my favorite!!!! Diane Jacobson on March 19, at I love lavender cake with agave icing…yum! Stephanie Wiese on March 19, at Jessica Svitak on March 19, at Eileen A-W on March 19, at I love anything chocolate!! Stacy on March 19, at Char Tener on March 19, at Bronwyn on March 19, at Jama on March 19, at My favorite is Red Velvet but I love anything with Chocolate and this cake looks delicious!!

Lisa B on March 19, at Tamika on March 19, at Chocolate is my favorite flavor of cake. Laura on March 19, at Mar on March 19, at Susan on March 19, at Charla on March 20, at 1: I will try this in a few days! Natalie on March 20, at 4: Mary on March 20, at 6: I like chocolate cake Reply.

Sheila on March 20, at 7: This cake looks amazing and sounds yummy. Thank you for sharing. Heather Wells on March 20, at 8: I really like almond. Jan on March 20, at 8: Chocolate cake with fluffy white frosting Reply.

Deb Ryerson on March 20, at 8: Thank you for sharing!! A very decadent looking and sounding cake! Lindsay Lee on March 20, at 9: Strawberry Cake with Strawberry Frosting!!! Hareem Ashraf on March 20, at 9: My favorite flavor in cakes is chocolate with butterscotch icing..

I love a good deep dark chocolate cake. Thanks so much for this amazing give away!! Jessica McCoy on March 20, at 9: Patty M on March 20, at 9: That cake looks so so so good! Kari on March 20, at 9: Laureen on March 20, at 9: Pin this one, so I will have it on file to make for the next Birthday. Kristi on March 20, at 9: My favorite is chocolate cake. Naomi on March 20, at 9: Recently made a chocolate pumpkin cake with brown sugar glaze!!

LoriN on March 20, at 9: I guess my favorite is chocolate. Sisilia on March 20, at 9: Farkle, Lucas, and Zay come to talk to her as well, saying she can come to them if something is bothering her, which is further discussed in her father's class.

The bully has been taking videos of Riley at school which include Riley giving herself "award ceremonies" every Friday, and threatens to send the rest of the school those videos. To confront her unseen bully, Riley shows she is not ashamed of her quirky personality by performing one of her award ceremonies in front of the whole school. The unseen bully realizes that she can no longer damage Riley's confidence and runs away. In the first segment, Riley and Maya both dress up as flapper girls per the suggestion of a ghost whom resides in the bay window.

The ghost explains to Riley and Maya that she remains in the bay window because it used to be hers, and she wants the subsequent owners to enjoy the space as much as she did. Riley and Maya struggle to get the ghost out of the bay window, until the ghost mispronounces Doy's name and he lets out an ear-piercing scream, causing the ghost to leave the window.

In the second segment, Riley and Maya inadvertently find the ghost again in a haunted house, and attempt to help her friend, Tessie, become friendly again. The girls are unable to help Tessie and run away in terror.

Finally, Riley and Maya believe that Doy has turned them into cartoon characters, though they later discover it the ghost once again, using her magic to influence them. After one last time of watching the girls, the ghost finally decides that it is time to move on, because the girls appreciate the bay window's true power.

After years of failing to make the cheerleading squad, Riley is determined to get on the squad this time, but Coach Kelly shows little faith in her and expects her to quit.

Maya, Lucas, Farkle, and Zay attend the tryouts to support her, though even they have their doubts of her succeeding. Riley manages to get through the three days of tryouts, even with the mistakes and injuries, but when she is finally cut, she is faced with deciding whether to give up on cheerleading. While Cory worries about his daughter's desire to become a cheerleader, as her teacher, he encourages her to continue pursuing something she is passionate about.

Despite Coach Kelly not placing her on the squad initially, Riley's spirit and persistence pay off. Riley and Maya learn that Lucas failed a sheep-riding contest years ago and mistakenly enter him in a bull-riding contest in Texas. When it is revealed how dangerous the event is, Riley tries to convince Lucas to go through with it.

However, Maya is completely opposed to the idea and begs him not to participate. This results in Riley realizing Maya's true feelings for Lucas. The group spends their first night out in Texas.

Zay reunites with his old flame, Vanessa, thanks to Riley and Maya. Meanwhile, Riley begins to understand that Maya had stepped back for the sake of their friendship, and Riley tells Lucas about Maya's feelings. Lucas pressures Maya to say whether she likes him or not. She denies it, but as she does, Lucas surprises her by trying to kiss her, causing tension and confusion between the two about their true feelings for each other.

Riley has convinced herself that she and Lucas are like brother and sister, in order to give Maya a chance to understand how she really feels about him. Now, Maya and Lucas cannot communicate, mirroring Riley and Lucas' awkwardness when they were dating.

Whilst Maya and Lucas are finding it difficult to take a step forward in their relationship until Maya resumes her teasing behavior, which makes Lucas happy. Riley is pursued by Charlie Gardner and she agrees to date him. In the end, Farkle helps Riley realize she still likes Lucas, and they share a long conversation at Topanga's which results in a hug. When Cory comes up with the idea of a forgiveness project, everyone expresses their feelings on paper to someone they wish to forgive.

Riley writes to Auggie and Lucas and Zay write to Farkle, while Maya decides to write to her father, Kermit, who appears at Topanga's after receiving Maya's letter.

That comes as a shock to Katy, but Maya wants to give Kermit a chance to be part of her life again after he failed to be for the last nine years. As Maya and the rest of Cory's class miss the point of forgiveness, Cory explains to them that they need to give those they are forgiving an opportunity to show remorse for their wrongdoing before the assignment can even begin. Riley, Lucas, and Zay have little difficulty in forgiving, while Maya's situation is a different story. Kermit explains to her why he left her and her mother and started a different family.

Maya understands what her father did and is no longer angry with him, but she cannot forgive him. She tearfully confesses to Cory she failed the assignment, but Cory says he did not expect her to reconcile with her father right away, if ever.

When Harper teaches about Jane Austen 's Sense and Sensibility in English class, Riley and Maya soon realize their similarities to the novel's two main characters.

Having seen the movie adaptation, Charlie shares with the class that a relationship must have both sense and sensibility to work. Riley is inspired by the novel to host a New Year's Eve party for all of her friends from school. Meanwhile, Farkle continues to be frustrated with Riley for not telling Lucas how she truly feels about him; Farkle gives her until midnight on New Year's Eve to do so, or he will.

During his class, Cory teaches the importance of friendship and growth, and how without proper care, feelings can ruin them. At the party, Charlie and the group play a couples game, in which Maya and Lucas are partners.

Riley, Maya, and Lucas become uncomfortable as the game progresses. Riley ends the game on her turn and brings everyone up to the roof, minutes before the new year begins. On the rooftop, Riley asks Farkle for more time to confess her true feelings, but he refuses as he does not want lies to cause further damage.

Wanting to be with Riley at midnight, Charlie tries to show he cares about her. Riley tells him while that makes sense, a good relationship needs to have sensibility as well, leaving the two alone on separate sides of the roof. Maya, still confused about her feelings, tells Lucas that she wants to start off the new year being nice to him and that she is glad they will be together at midnight. He grins and says that makes up for everything.

When the clock strikes midnight, Riley tries to escape just as Farkle yells out the truth, causing Maya and Lucas to be dismayed by the revelation. Everyone leaves except for Riley, Maya, and Lucas. The three sit alone on a bench, confused. For the mid-term science experiment, Mr.

Norton has Riley and her classmates examine a solution by placing a mystery marble into clear liquid, with one person of each boy-girl team dropping the marble and the other working out the scientific calculations.

When Riley sees it is only the girls who are putting the marbles into the liquid and leaving the boys to do the science, she is offended and refuses to follow that trend. She gathers the girls into her bedroom to discuss why this is happening, and makes them realize they are not seeing their potential. She also confronts Farkle, her science experiment partner, about his perceived stereotyping of girls; he takes the blame and apologizes to Riley for not allowing her to pursue her interest in science.

While the marble-liquid solution is simply sludge, there is a bigger picture to the experiment which Riley has already figured out. She presents her finding to Mr. Norton, who informs the class it is at their age that girls begin to lose interest in the STEM subjects. The rest of the class cannot see their partners due to the beaker of sludge in their way, but Riley and Farkle can see each other crystal clear, because they worked together equally to complete the science. As Cory teaches his class about the value of money, and Stuart makes a risky investment on new technology for Minkus International, Farkle becomes concerned about being poor.

He quickly starts seeing there is greater value to his friendships and family than money and material things can give. Cory goes further into his money lesson by emphasizing there is a large part of the world that is less fortunate, revealing a greater "secret of life": Cory challenges the class to come up with ideas for using money to help those in need, but this prompts Farkle to leave class immediately and to talk to his father about their relationship and his company's purpose, saying he needs to do more for the rest of the world.

Because of the heartfelt conversation, Stuart begins a charitable organization and looks to give away money for a charitable cause. Ultimately, on Farkle's request, Stuart and Mark invest on Maya, who lives in need and appreciates all she has been given.

Meanwhile, Auggie worries about his father when he does not receive his whole allowance, but learns the importance of Cory's contributions as a teacher, despite being paid less than Topanga.

Riley and Lucas are two members on the school honor board, which is to decide a case involving Maya and Farkle. Riley, who finds out Maya cheated off Farkle on a test, wants them off the hook for the sake of their friendship, but Lucas disagrees, as does Cory, who oversees the honor board. When Cory's class learns about communism, Riley defends Maya's cheating as a form of sharing and feels there is nothing wrong with what she did.

The girls and Farkle start embracing the ideals of communism, and disregard their individuality. As Maya and Farkle's fate is being determined by the honor board, Riley sides with them, and Topanga represents them, but it is revealed that Farkle was not the only one helping Maya to cheat, but Riley as well.

After Cory hands back a test where everyone has received excellent scores, but Riley, Maya and Farkle end up with an "average" grade, the three realize the importance of being individuals. Meanwhile, Auggie is wondering what to do with his life, but things backfire when he decides to be a lawyer and defend Frankie, the class bully.

With high school around the corner, Riley decides to change her bedroom bay window and leave her childhood years behind, but Maya objects because of what the bay window has meant to both of them. She also feels reluctant to move on to this next phase of their lives. The girls reflect on when they first became friends, as well as when they first met Farkle, and the two talk to their younger selves about how much they have changed since.

In the redecorated bay window, Riley and Maya see themselves as young adults preparing to move away, leaving the bay window behind as both the young and current versions of Riley and Maya watch.

Riley and Maya have not discussed their feelings for Lucas since the new year, so he decides to simply stay friends with them for the sake of not hurting either girl. As Cory teaches his class one last time, the group feels that Cory has not given them enough instruction to move forward to high school. Cory admits to being wrong about not allowing them to feel as a natural part of their changing, but sees how much his class has learned while in middle school.

For the final lesson, he challenges them to leave a lasting mark for future John Quincy Adams students to remember them by, prompting them to dedicate a new bench in the school hallway. As they graduate and leave middle school behind, they decide for their class prank to steal their school mascot, which shocks Cory. It turns out it is Cory. Through Riley's call to Superintendent Turner and a heavily-supported petition, Cory is allowed to transfer schools so he can continue to teach Riley and her friends in high school.

The six quickly learn they are no longer leaders, as three seniors—Thor, Francesca, and Nikki—confine them to a small section of the school known as the "hole". Although Riley believes the seniors are teaching them a lesson and puts her faith in them, the group feels unimportant in their new school, unable to navigate through it without the older students in their way. Cory, also struggling with his first day in high school as a teacher, informs the group that they are in a bigger world now, but teaches them they need to stick together in exploring it.

Unfortunately, a frustrated Lucas gets upset with Riley over where her loyalties stand and he, Farkle, Zay and Smackle decide to go their own way without Riley or Maya. Meanwhile, Ava worries about her parents fighting and needs comforting from Cory, Topanga, and Auggie after her father leaves. After Lucas and Zay try out for the football team, and Farkle and Smackle seek admission into the intellects club, they realize they are not as strong or smart as the rest of them.

The four realize even more they abandoned Riley and Maya for their first days of high school. Riley and Maya discover the real reason Thor, Francesca and Nikki put them and their friends in the "hole": Cory teaches his class about how the patriots stuck together for worthy causes like protecting their land, even if massacre was the end result, and the group takes it to heart.

Lucas, Farkle, Zay and Smackle make up with Riley and Maya, and they all vow to stick together through the challenges of high school. Meanwhile, Auggie helps Ava deal with her parents' splitting up by introducing her to his imaginary friend, but Ava begins to value her real friendship with Auggie. Riley is afraid what other students will think about her when she joins the Abigail Adams High School social network with her friends.

She develops an alter ego by creating a profile with the name Jexica, who shares all of Riley's interests and later becomes massively popular at school. After Lucas asks Jexica to become part of his group of friends, Riley comes to school dressed as Jexica but sees many other students dressed as her, too. Jexica's popularity subsequently tumbles, and Riley finds out that Lucas actually knew she was Jexica all the time.

In the end, Riley learns she should not be afraid to express herself on the Internet, regardless of what other people might think; it only matters what her friends think because they are the ones who really care about her. Meanwhile, Auggie receives an e-mail from a "prince" claiming to be his friend and offering him a large sum of money, which leads Cory and Topanga to talk to him about trusting people on the Internet.

When Auggie later receives an e-mail from Ava who is London and needs money, he feels he needs to help because they are friends.

Riley receives a D on her first test in Spanish class, while Maya earns an A and is proud of her rare accomplishment. When Riley hears that a permanent record is kept beginning in high school and how she performed in middle school does not matter, she worries about the impact of her low grade on her future. Cory and Topanga have always known Riley to be a good student, but after talking to her Spanish teacher, Señora Feinstein-Chang, they realize Riley is presented with a new challenge and needs to work on becoming better.

Señora Feinstein-Chang assures Riley the D is only one grade and what she does on her next test matters more toward gauging her progress, as does all of her past work, her true "permanent record".

When Riley and Maya see other girls in school going through their break-up phase, they meet Sage, with whom they share that they like the same boy. Sage tells them they need to make a decision about him, and Farkle and Zay similarly tell Lucas he needs to choose between Riley and Maya. Meanwhile, Maya struggles with her first painting for her new art teacher, Mr. Jackson, as he questions her about what her work is saying, what influences are behind it, and more importantly, who she is.

Riley also wonders since she is no longer seeing the rebellious side of her best friend. Maya denies that she has changed, but after Mr. Jackson shows Maya her painting from a different perspective, she realizes how much Riley and her parents have influenced her. As she has become more like Riley, Maya is in need of finding her true self and asks Riley for help, so they go out in search of that. Around the same time, Lucas comes to the Matthews' apartment ready to reveal his decision about Riley and Maya to them, only to discover they are not there, so Cory, Topanga, and Katy urge him to share this news.

Jackson, Diamond White as Sage. Riley and Maya visit Shawn at his place in upstate New York. When he hears that Maya has lost a part of herself due to Riley's influence, Shawn tells the girls how he was similarly affected by Cory, and like Maya, he wants to find his edgy side again.

Knowing the girls are with Shawn, Cory comes for a visit as well and sees Shawn is angry at him for changing him too much. Cory reminds Shawn about his quality of "reckless spontaneity" to help him through his crisis. This also helps Riley to find Maya, as they head back to the city, to their art classroom at school, where Maya expresses her anger at Riley through a painting.

It escalates into a paint fight, which Mr. Jackson walks in on; he notices Maya's painting and sees a greater artistic voice in her. Meanwhile, Lucas remains quiet about his choice of Riley or Maya and sits in Riley's bay window until the girls return, but when he finds out Maya has not been herself lately, the three decide to wait until they know who they are first.

Shawn, on the other hand, having rediscovered himself, proposes to Katy, and she accepts. Riley is hoping for Maya's rebellious side to return when Maya reveals she is about to do something big and bad.

When the fire alarm goes off at school and money goes missing at Topanga's, though, the group is surprised Maya is not behind those. Maya is still learning what she has become and visits a park she went to when she was younger, bringing with her a hammer, a brick and some paint.

At the park, she confronts two girls from her past, Carla and Renee, who are anticipating to see her vandalize the park, but they do not see the same Maya they knew before.

Still, Maya gets caught by Officer James, who brings her back to the Matthews' apartment and charges her with vandalism. When he shows the group what she did, it becomes clearer that Riley has changed Maya for the better, and Officer James is willing to let the matter go as long as Maya does not get into trouble again.

Cory takes his class on a field trip to Mount Sun Lodge to experience nature. Riley is aware of her father's past there and knows why he avoids anything about skiing, but Cory, who is running the nature club at the lodge, hopes history will not repeat. He is chaperoning the trip with his brother Josh, to Maya's delight, and Topanga. As soon as the group arrives, Riley hurts her foot after falling off the bus, which causes her to miss the hiking trip, but she is content to sit by a bay window at the lodge.

As she witnesses the changing season through an autumn leaf that falls on her lap, and after she has given Maya time to find herself, Riley wants the love triangle involving her, Maya and Lucas resolved. The girls imagine their lives with Lucas, with both scenarios playing out to catastrophic endings as the girl left out affects the other's relationship.

The three realize it will continue to take time to make this huge decision. Meanwhile, a young male employee arrives in the lodge and sees Riley at the window. The two begin to talk, including what they see outside.

As a new day begins at Mount Sun Lodge, Riley is in shock after staying awake all night talking to Evan, the young employee who saw her sitting by the window and tells her he wants to be a Sherpa someday.

After everyone becomes aware of Evan, an insecure Lucas finds himself sorting through his feelings for both Riley and Maya, while Riley gains more insight about why Maya became more like her.

Evan has the group participate in a game using a book Cory remembers from his high school trip to the ski lodge. Evan's question, a different one from what Cory faced, has the group exploring what makes a meaningful relationship. Soon afterward, Maya engages in a serious conversation with Josh, where her true feelings for him—and for Lucas—come out.

Josh confesses that he is willing to wait and see what happens with him and Maya. She then talks to Lucas and wants him to tell Riley that he loves her. Lucas does and reveals that he has indeed chosen Riley, while she tells Lucas he has always been her choice.

As the ski lodge trip ends, Evan has a friendly greeting from his mother for Cory, which does not please Topanga. Meanwhile, back home, Riley considers Maya her "extraordinary relationship", because Maya protected her from Lucas until knowing he was the right one for her. With Shawn and Katy's wedding approaching, Maya becomes anxious over whether they should be getting married. Her insecurities stem from her father leaving, especially the effect it had on her mother, and she does not want her mother to go through that same experience again with Shawn.

She challenges Shawn to prove beyond words that he is ready to be with her mother and nothing will go wrong with their marriage. While Shawn cannot guarantee that their marriage will be perfect, he and Katy are willing to take the leap of faith by believing they are right for each other. As the two exchange their vows on the rooftop above the Matthews' apartment, Maya is willing to do the same. Cory has his class explore whether people are naturally good or evil, but only Riley is given the assignment of debating the question from the evil point of view.

Because of Riley's optimistic and innocent view of the world, and her inability to see how people could possibly be evil, Maya helps her with the assignment by showing her the world's problems in the news. It helps Riley prepare for her debate, but in delving into her evil side, she takes it too far when she impulsively eats Zay's cookie and is in no hurry to apologize for her action. Meanwhile, after hearing about the condition of New York's beaches from Riley and Maya, Auggie decides he wants to clean up the beach and Topanga takes him.

Auggie realizes he cannot do the whole task alone but is assured he is making a difference by doing his part. Riley, too, realizes she is making a difference by doing good in the world despite being more in touch with her evil side for the class debate.

She apologizes to Zay for what she did and helps a friend, Two Shoes Louie, toward his cause. As Maya looks forward to a special offer going on at Paco's Tacos, and she and Riley are prepared to head over there, Riley discovers her teddy bear is missing. Despite having no face for more than three years because of Auggie, the bear still holds a great deal of sentimental value for Riley. This leads to a frantic search throughout the Matthews apartment, while Maya becomes completely frustrated over having no tacos to enjoy.

During the search, Auggie comes across the silver boxing gloves necklace Alan gave to Cory in the Boy Meets World episode " Kid Gloves ", which Cory thought was lost forever; he later gives the necklace to Auggie, hoping he will hold on to it.

Otherwise, the search turns out nothing on the missing bear, and Riley eventually comes to terms with the loss. Afterward, the group finally gets to enjoy some tacos, and Riley gives Maya a bobblehead she was wanting all along from Paco's Tacos. Meanwhile, Zay expresses his appreciation to Maya for being a friend when he first came to New York and hopes she will continue to be there for him, even though Maya is seeking someday to be with Josh. For cultural week at school, Cory has the class report on their heritage.

At first, the reports are superficial, so Cory challenges the class to do deeper research on where they come from. The group learns about each other's stories and those from people at the booths of the school's cultural fair.

Not everyone's heritage is a complete or a pleasant story, and Farkle has an incredibly difficult time researching his. Aside from saying he had relatives from Denmark, he stays silent about his story. When he finally opens up—revealing only one of those relatives, his great-grandfather, survived World War II—his friends understand how difficult it was for him to talk about it.

Meanwhile, Auggie makes a new friend, Raffi, who is from Cuba. When Riley extends her friendship to a girl in school, she is crushed after the girl rejects her by simply saying she does not like her.

It takes a while for Riley to realize she cannot control things, which her family and friends are constantly stressing to her. She asks her father to take over her health class because she is uncomfortable with how her health instructor, Mr. Fanucci, teaches, and it becomes a mess for Cory when he has to take Fanucci's place.

It aired on October 18, to 3. Maya first noticed Lucas on the subway and had a "relationship" with him for less than a minute.

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