‘Girl Meets World’ Season 2 Spoilers: ‘Girl Meets STEM’ Shows Riley Protest For Feminism?
“Girl Meets World” Season 2 episode 26 entitled “Girl Meets STEM” shows Riley stands firm for feminism?
GMW Season 2 won’t be airing new episodes until Jan. 8 next year, and fans just can’t wait to see more from our beloved characters especially Lucas, Riley, Maya and Farkle.
The plot of the 26th part of GMW’s Season 2 begins when their Chemistry teacher invites them with “a journey of discovery” then suddenly, Riley played by Rowan Blanchard begins to feel like Farkle (Corey Fogelmanis), her lab partner, is leaving her behind and is not actually open for her role in a science experiment.
This made her blow up and it seems to make her realized that Farkle is being too self-centered and boastful for what he can do than Riley.
“You’re stopping me from realizing my full potentials,” Riley blurted out to Farkle.
However, instead of acknowledging his attitude towards Riley, Farkle just bluntly pointed out that: “Riley, I’m just better than you at this.”
As a result, the site reported that she and her friend Maya decided to “work to stage a coup on the rest of the class, proclaiming the girls to be every bit as good as the guys.”
This leads to a something very unusual, Riley decided to get on an “experiment all of her own” which may to a human sacrifice where Maya is involve.
In the teaser promo of the episode, we can see Riley takes a stand on the differences between boys and girls by declaring that: “We should be equal” and questioning why the girls are always assigned to “drop the marbles” while the guys figure out the science.
And as expected, as the narrator said, this only leads to unexpected results!
On the other hand, since the last episode showed a love triangle between Maya-Lucas-Riley, fans are hoping to be enlightened with it. However, International Business Times clarified the closure between these three characters may not happen in the January 8 episode since the show will depict a much deeper message for the viewers as the show runners decided to touch a very sensitive topic nowadays—feminism.
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