Girl Meets World: Girl Meets Demolition

By Kitin Miranda | 3 years ago
Girl Meets World: Girl Meets Demolition
Rowan Blanchard at Redlight Traffic’s inaugural Dignity Gala.19 October 2013.17:35. Wikimedia Commons/ Redlight Traffic’s Inaugural Dignity Gala/Neon Tommy/Uploaded by tm

“Girl Meets World” Season 1 Episode 21 “Girl Meets Demolition” aired last Friday, April 17, 2015 at 7:00 PM on the Disney Channel. In this episode, Riley Matthews (Rowan Blanchard) and Maya Hart (Sabrina Carpenter) had to come up with a new plan after their original scheme of selling their clothes to earn money backfires after meeting a manipulative salesgirl.  Read on to learn more about this episode.

After Topanga Matthews (Danielle Fishel), commented on how hard it was for Riley Matthews (Rowan Blanchard) and Maya Hart (Sabrina Carpenter) to come up with a scheme to earn money as they only had the “clothes on their backs”, the two decided to sell their clothes at Demolition.

There, they met Aubrey Macavoy (Debby Ryan), who managed to manipulate Riley into buying a dress and matching shoes for $500 using the credit card her mother had given to her for emergency use.

After realizing that they no longer had anymore clothes, or money, they asked Cory Matthews (Ben Savage) for help. However, after Aubrey flattered him by saying that he looked like Justin Timberlake, he bought a skin tight shirt, a silver jacket, leather pants, new shoes and a hat.

Topanga then found out what had happened and told them both off. Riley then told her mother that she had spent $500, and had no more clothes, while Cory, much to Topanga’s dismay, had spent $1,200 and could barely sit down properly.

Because of this, she went down to Demolition and began citing the law. However, Aubrey told her that there were signs around the store that told the customers to read the sign that read that there were no refunds at all at that store, and cited another law that she manages to stay under the radar from. Because of that, Topanga mentioned that she would make a good lawyer, and realized that her parents, who owned the store, were the ones who had influenced Aubrey to be that way.

At the Matthews’ , Maya lamented the fact that Aubrey was a better bad influence than she was. However, Riley reassured her that Maya would be her favorite bad influence, and Maya told her that she would always be her favorite chump. However, Riley told her that she would not have to be a chump for a moment as she had a plan.

Aubrey then got a phone call from a woman who agreed to pay $4,000 to get the dress back by 5:00 PM. Because of this, Aubrey called up the Matthews in order to get it back. As soon as they got there, Riley told her that not only was she returning the dress and the shoes, but she would also get back the clothes that Cory had bought and get back hers and Maya’s clothes back, or else, she wouldn’t get back the dress. Aubrey then agreed as Evelyn Rand (Jackee), who had called regarding the dress, had arrived and asked for the dress.

As Evelyn was a billionaire, Aubrey tried to jack up the price. After telling Maya and Riley that they were right, Aubrey realized that she had been had, as Riley had asked for Evelyn’s help. Evelyn then told Aubrey to do better for herself, as her parents were bad influences, which was seen when she tried to buy the shop from them for a good sum.

Afterwards, Aubrey came over to the apartment, and decided to become friends with Riley and Maya so that she could have more good influences in her life so that she could one day become a good lawyer.

And that was all for the recap of “Girl Meets World” Season 1 Episode 21 “Girl Meets Demolition”.  For more news and updates, including spoilers and recaps, on “Girl Meets World” and other television shows, keep following Movie News Guide (MNG).

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Kitin Miranda enjoys writing, learning new things, telling stories, and doing theater. When she is not busy with her many projects, she can be found reading a good book, writing poetry or fiction, updating her blog, discovering new food places around her neighborhood, or watching American or Asian TV shows.