Boy Meets World Meets Disney World Commentary – Some Jerk With a Camera

Some Jerk commentates on his review of Boy Meets World’s Disney World episode, “The Happiest Show On Earth!” with special guests Doggans, The Wire and Rosenhacker!

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Join Some Jerk With A Camera on location at Disneyland, California (and occasionally other theme parks!) for a series of whacked-out, irreverently irrelevant digress-alicious trips through some of the best and worst attractions and paraphernalia theme parks have to offer!


  1. Crossover Princess

    Now that I think about David is right, it was both zany and soap opera like at the same time. I vaguely remember (hasn’t seen it in years by the way) there were the episodes where Corey’s mom gives birth. The first part took place during a baby shower which Corey planned out and thought it was like a bachelor party for women and hired a stripper… but then his mom went into labor and the rest of the story was everyone worried if the baby would survive due to being born premature.

    And I didn’t think that the whole thing about the high heels was a sexist joke, I thought it was funny because yeah. Who would wear high heels to Epcot.

  2. The Real Silverstar

    I was too old for the TGIF phenomenon; the only TGIF show I watched regularly was Muppets Tonight. It wasn’t until years later that I discovered Boy Meets World had this huge fan base. Even if I had been the right age for BMW when it came out, I doubt I would’ve gotten into it, as I’ve never been big on show starring teens and tweens; I find them very samey, bland and generic.

    I didn’t find the high heels joke sexist either; to me it just made sense. I imagine if one walked around a major theme park in pumps, by the end of the day they’d have corns the size of tennis balls.

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