The members of the group face a brave new world of adulthood.
It's a time of joy and sorrow as the group goes their separate ways.
Angela has the opportunity of a lifetime when her father asks her to join him in Europe for a year. However, if she decides to leave she may lose Shawn forever.
In a film noir spoof, Cory and Topanga travel back in time to the 1940s and learn life lessons about living with each other's faults.
Cory and Eric fight over their childhood possessions as they clean out the family garage, while Shawn and Jack try to find some common interests.
Cory and Topanga throw a party to prove that they aren't boring and Eric is able to predict the future after getting a bump on the head.
Cory misinterprets Topanga's comments about her diet and thinks that she's hiding pregnancy.
The gang is still reeling from the battle that began with a petty argument.
A playful game between Cory, Shawn and Rachel turns into an all out war, threatening to break up a lifetime of friendships.
Cory is convinced that he is deathly ill. Eric gets a job working in the family store but later changes his mind to pursue his dream job.
Cory's feelings of inadequacy come to a boiling point when Topanga's new career surpasses his.
Every year, Alan's friends and family goes to extreme lengths to surprise him on his birthday, but Shawn receives an even bigger surprise when he receives the first letter from his mother in years.
Eric and Jack dress as women to avoid a notorious hood that wants to beat them up; Cory and Topanga are at odds as they attempt to redecorate their dorm room.
Appalled by the squalor of their dorm room, Cory and Topanga attempt to find somewhere else to live.
Cory and Topanga are faced with a harsh reality of marriage, finding a place to live.
Cory and Topanga are so enchanted by their honeymoon tropical paradise that they may never come home.