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Note: This article was originally posted in June 2013, when the cast reunited at the Austin Television Festival.
To celebrate the debut of "Girl Meets World" tonight on Disney, check out our Now & Then gallery above -- and keep reading to see 15 Facts You Probably Never Knew about "Boy Meets World."The cast of "Boy Meets World" got back together on Friday for the first official reunion since the show went off the air in 2000 -- and they revealed a ton of secrets we never knew about the long-running TGIF staple.
"ZDJ&J" only lasted 26 episodes.12.) The cast had a family of "stalkers""They baked us cookies every week and they'd say 'From The Stalkers," says Rider.
"They were great."The family attended every taping and didn't mind the nickname. "They were very dedicated fanatics."13.) Brittany Murphy made a lasting impression She only appeared on 2 episodes of the show, but Rider clearly loved having her around."She was so quirky and different and it was really tragic when I found out she had died," he says.
Wearing a pair of athletic shorts, tennis shoes and fedora-style cap, the actor soaked up the sun and appeared relaxed with his pooch.
Although it's been 15 years since Shawn (Rider Strong), Eric (Will Friedle) and Mr.
Soon after, she appeared on two episodes of the hit show Full House, guest starring as a character named Jennifer.
She also had a small role on Harry and the Hendersons, playing Jessica. In 1993, at the age of 12, Fishel began her well-known role as Topanga Lawrence-Matthews on ABC's pilot series Boy Meets World.
"We had a chair that we called "The Death Chair," because whoever sat in it wouldn't be back the next week."Eventually, they gave up on the other character and gave all his lines to Rider.15.) Those tears during the finale are real"We did that last scene in one take because we were such a wreck," Rider say of filming the series finale.In 2006, she appeared in three made-for-DVD releases: National Lampoon's Dorm Daze 2: College at Sea (appearing again as "Marla" from the first film), the action film Gamebox 1.0 (playing a dual role), and The Chosen One, an independent animated film in which she provides the voice of the lead female character. From August 2008 to March 2011 Fishel hosted The Dish for the Style Network, which satirized pop culture in a format similar to sister network E! Fishel was also on Fuse TV as host of The Fuse 20, and was a guest star on the round table on an episode of Chelsea Lately.