Boy Meets World is one of the most memorable TV sitcoms of the '90s. Who can resist Shawn and Cory's epic bro-mance or watching Topanga and Cory's relationship grow from puppy love to real-deal marriage? The beloved show is still syndicated on TV over 10 years after the series aired its final episode in 2000. Much like fellow '90s teen sitcom Saved By The Bell, the show didn't go without its fair share of controversy. Dark Boy Meets World stories depict a reality that's a stark contrast from the characters' lives at John Adams High School.
Behind the scenes stories from Boy Meets World show an unstable environment where child actors were hired and fired faster than the cast could keep up with. There were bad haircuts, DUIs, and even a couple misdemeanor crimes (that thankfully went unnoticed by the network). When the show ended in 2000, viewers were left with a number of character inconsistencies, questions, and disappearances.
This collection of crazy stories from the set of Boy Meets World and weird Boy Meets World facts will shock longtime fans of the series. For instance, what if Topanga wasn't as wholesome as we originally thought?