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    15 Reasons We Absolutely Need Another Season Of "Girl Meets World"

    The fate of this show is still in the air, and we're not ready for it to be over just yet.

    1. It teaches valuable life lessons.

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    In only three seasons, Girl Meets World has taught many lessons, including fighting for what you believe in, honesty, peer pressure, and embracing what makes you unique โ€” just to name a few.

    2. It explores very mature topics.

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    Girl Meets World touches on very mature topics, such as abandonment, cyber bullying, cultural appropriation, anger issues, death, and autism.

    3. It explains the importance of having hope.

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    This is an important message for a young viewing audience to always maintain optimism and to know that what's meant to be, will work out in the end.

    4. It promotes tolerance and acceptance.

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    In "Girl Meets I Am Farkle," autism is addressed in a respectable and informational way that professionals in the field have gone out of their way to recognize. What's even more important is how the characters react and want to learn about autism in order to accept those who may be different.

    5. It focuses on the importance of having strong friendships.

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    The main focus of this show has always been about the incredible friendship between Riley and Maya and how they influence one another for the better.

    6. It constantly brings the laughs...

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    ...while also making you feel all of the emotions.

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    Disney Channel

    "Girl Meets the Forgiveness Project" and "Girl Meets Rileytown" are two extremely emotional episodes that the young actors and actresses portray so well. The characters go through a full spectrum of feelings and emotions that many can relate to.

    7. It gives us wonderful Matthews' family moments, and we need more!

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    Could they be ANY cuter?

    8. It may be a children's show, but it is enjoyable for all ages.

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    The fact that Girl Meets World is a spin-off from Boy Meets World gives adults a reason to tune in with their children. The comedy and storylines work for all ages.

    9. It makes fun references to Boy Meets World, which returning fans can appreciate.

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    In "Girl Meets Pluto," Cory repeats his iconic line from Boy Meets World, "They want you to take the rolls!"

    10. It even incorporates Boy Meets World flashbacks into current story lines.

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    Disney Channel

    In the episode "Girl Meets Cory and Topanga," Riley tells stories to Maya about when her parents were kids as a way to explore the personality traits she inherited from them.

    11. It tells a lot of great stories about past characters and what they are up to now...

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    In "Girl Meets the Forgotten," Cory's high school bully in, Harley Keiner, is now the janitor at the school where Cory teaches. In only three seasons, we have also learned about Stuart Minkus, Angela, Tommy, Mr. Turner, Shawn, Eric, Jack Hunter, Josh Matthews, and Mr. Feeny.

    ...and even taps into the emotions from the original show.

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    Disney Channel
    Disney Channel

    12. It has inspired people to make positive changes in their own lives.

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    Heather

    A fan of Girl Meets World tweeted this note to the cast to show how the episode "Girl Meets I am Farkle" has inspired her to pursue a career working with children diagnosed on the Autism Spectrum.

    13. They are also all positive role models.

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    The best example of this is of Rowan Blanchard, who plays Riley Matthews. She recognizes real world social injustices and inspires others to learn about how they can contribute to greater causes.

    14. The cast has OUTSTANDING chemistry.

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    They act, talk, and feel in a way that is relatable and lovable.

    15. And it has a 24-year long legacy that the fans aren't ready to be done with just yet!

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    Okay, Disney Channel. Your move.

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