The coming of age events and everyday life-lessons of Cory Matthews, a Philadelphian who grows up from a young boy to a married man.
Conclusion of last season's cliffhanger. Distraught to learn that her parents are getting divorced, Topanga tells Cory she wants to call off their wedding, so he and Shawn travel to Pittburgh in an attempt to persuade her parents to get back together-only to learn that Jedediah has left Rhiannon for another woman. Eric gets a new haircut.
Since both couples-Cory and Topanga, Shawn and Angela-have split up, the girls decide to challenge the boys to a wresting match which will decide who gets to keep the apartment. Pro wrestler Mankind refs the match, which the girls win handily-and Eric vows revenge on Topanga for beating him up so easily.
Angela, who has been mysteriously reluctant to get back together with Shawn, deals with her reasons after a surprise visit from her military father. Shawn tries to impress Angela by going through basic training, but she is unmoved until Sgt. Moore reveals the reason for her pessimism: he was deserted by Angela's mother, and she fears she will do the same to Shawn. Meanwhile, Cory persists in getting Topanga to renew their engagement.
On the eve of the big game, Eric gets Jack in over his head with a bookie, while Topanga decides to put her money on Cory.
Jack and Eric learn the art of dealing with each other when they take over as managers of the student union. Meanwhile, Rachel reads the guys the riot act after Cory and Shawn pry into her diary.
Topanga and Cory hash out their wedding woes, which include his selection for best man and her dress-hating bridesmaids. Meanwhile, Alan and Amy try to cut costs by hiring Feeny as the big day's musical attraction.
Cory and Topanga's big day hits a major hitch after Eric alters their wedding locale and Shawn quits as best man.
Eric follows Cory and Topanga to their tropical honeymoon, a destination where the newlyweds consider relocating, permanently. But as the days go by, each of the trio discovers the true meaning of family and friends and the comforts of home.
The honeymoon is over for Cory and Topanga: the newlyweds realize they have no home to call their own, after Shawn moves into the girls' apartment and the Matthews refuse to take them in.
Cory and Topanga realize that a house is not for them after Shawn sells them on working together to fix up their apartment. Meanwhile, Angela and Rachel play the roommate shuffle once again; and Jack and Eric get a new boss at the student union.
Jack and Eric find life a drag when they pose as women-ugly women-to escape the clutches of a campus goon. Meanwhile, Topanga can't paint over her horror when Cory redecorates the apartment.
Shawn struggles to accept the fact that he has no idea who his parents are. Meanwhile, Eric puts together a surprise party for his dad, who has an even bigger surprise for the despondent Shawn.
Cory and Topanga's love nest turns into a battle zone after she lands a better job than his at-home telemarketing gig. Meanwhile, Eric gets his money's worth out of a lucky penny, until he passes it on to his brother.
Topanga develops an acute case of Cory-itis after he overreacts to his low score in a magazine's health quiz (which indicates he should already be dead). Meanwhile, Eric joins the family business and shocks his father by doing well at it-while Amy, in turn, is shocked at Alan's lack of faith in his son.
A fierce war of pranks ensues after Cory and Shawn diss Rachel (Shawn parks in her parking spot). Cory, Shawn and Topanga takes on Rachel, Angela and Jack, with Eric acting as a neutral spy in both camps.
After a war of harmless pranks goes too far and threatens to break up the old gang, Feeney steps in to help mend fences. But he finds that even his intervention may not be enough to reunite the once-tight teens. We then see into the future, a few years later, to see what everyone will be like if they go their separate ways.
When Topanga diets to stem a slight weight gain, Cory panics that her new size may be due to a different type of baby fat. Meanwhile, Eric has a hard time watching his own weight.
Cory and Topanga try to shed their humdrum personas by hosting a bash on the same night as the school's biggest party of the year. Meanwhile, Jack concocts a get-rich-quick scheme after a bump on the head bestows Eric with telepathic powers.
Family ties threaten to choke Eric and Cory when they argue over what to sell-and what to save-at a Matthews garage sale. Meanwhile, Jack and Shawn try to become more brotherly, but can't find anything in common to bond over.
A stressed-out Topanga is sucked back in time into a black and white 1940s world where she cannot remember her past. She hopes the suave owner of the Shangri-La cafe and its eccentric patrons (portrayed by the show's cast) can provide clues to her identity.
When Angela's father says he wants to take her to Europe for a year, Cory thinks Shawn isn't being honest with himself if he lets the girl that he loves go away. Meanwhile, graduating seniors Eric, Jack and Rachel figure out their plans after college.
In the clip-filled finale, Cory wrestles with his fear of moving to New York for Topanga's internship, triggering-in flashbacks-a host of memories. When he finally opts to take Manhattan, it turns out that Shawn, Jack and Eric have all made big moving plans of their own.
In the clip-filled finale, Cory wrestles with his fear of moving to New York for Topanga's internship, triggering-in flashbacks-a host of memories. When he finally opts to take Manhattan, it turns out that Shawn, Jack and Eric have all made big moving plans of their own. But before anyone leaves town, the crew makes one last stop: Mr. Feeny's classroom. There, they bid an emotional farewell to their mentor, who offers them one last bit of advice before they go out and meet the world. They tell Mr. Feeny they love him and they will miss him dearly. Mr. Feeny replies an "I love you" but they have already gone.