Boy Meets World

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Amber Hiesel
3/25/13
Why Boy Meets World is the best show.

Purpose: To tell the class why Boy Meets World was the best TV show of the 90’s and still is a good source of fun and lessons.
Introduction: TV shows today are not family shows. When was the last time you sat down with your family and watched a show, without getting a little creeped out? For me that was back in the 90’s TV show from the 90’s are better family shows and have more lessons that help us all in our daily lives. And in 1996 and little family sitcom call Boy Meets World come around causing millions of kid, teens and parents to sit down and be together for thirty minutes.
Thesis: TV show from the 90’s are better family shows and have more lessons that help us all in our daily lives. And in 1996 and little family sitcom call Boy Meets World come around causing millions of kid, teens and parents to sit down and be together for thirty minutes.
Preview Statement: Today I will be talking about why out of all the shows from the 90’s Boy Meets World was not only one of the most influence TV shows of the 90’s but how lessons of friendship and love that the show gave off still help those that watched the show great.
Main Points:
Boy meets World is known to be one of the influential show’s of the 90’s. It was one of the few shows that engrossed the audience not only the young kids that watched the show, but the parents too. I remember being a young kid and my whole family would sit down and watch this show, laugh, cry and feel for these characters. You grew to know them like no other characters. They felt like family, like friends that you let in your lives for thirty minutes once every week. The covered everything that a teen need to knows. How to deal with a the gaps between social classes. Sex. Alcoholism. And even the subject of a teacher coming on to a student.
Transition Statement #1:It wasn’t just the fact that it was family friendly or that fact that it engrossed you it was the lessons

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