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And Then There Was Shawn 

The gang finds themselves locked in the school, all alone, during detention.



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Betsy Randle ...
Amy Matthews (credit only)
Alan Matthews (credit only)
Angela Moore (as Trina McGee-Davis)


Cory, Shawn, Topanga, Angela, and Kenny all get detention together. Things get scary when they discover someone dead and a bloody warning on the black board "NO ONE GETS OUT ALIVE". When Jack and Eric arrive, they all work together to try to find out who the killer is. At first they think its the creepy janitor, then Feeny, then the new girl - Jennifer Love Feffermen. But, when they all get killed, too, the remaining realize it must be one of them! Written by Jacob

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Comedy | Drama | Family




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27 February 1998 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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The title is a reference to the Agatha Christie novel, "And Then There Were None". See more »


In one shot Topanga has a regular pencil and Angela says, "Why is Shawn so obsessed with you two?" Topanga responds to her holding her big pencil. See more »


Angela Moore: But that would mean...
Eric Matthews: Dun, Dun, Dun.
Cory Matthews: The killer is one of us.
Shawn Hunter: Like in 'The Killer is One of Us.'
Eric Matthews: Dun, Dun, Dun.
Topanga Lawrence-Matthews: Enough already!
Shawn Hunter: Why? Do we upset you?
Topanga Lawrence-Matthews: Yes.
Cory Matthews: Upset you enough... to kill?
Eric Matthews: Dun, dun, dun. I'm done.
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Spoofs Scooby Doo, Where Are You! (1969) See more »

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One of the best episodes of any 90s show,
21 June 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This episode is one of the best ever for a comedy. Season 5 of BMW started becoming very dramedy-like during the Cory/Topanga break up arc which turned out to be excellent. This episode was the best during that time.

The comedy was top notch. I loved the horror elements and how they messed with them. The ending was great and meaningful.

Boy Meets World is sometimes pegged as a pure kids show, but it is way beyond that. It matured throughout the show with it's masterful handling of the characters and adding in the drama. "And Then There Was Shawn" showed how mature this show is and that anyone of any age can enjoy it.

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