Cory is put on the second string in basketball and starts to think everyone around isn't paying attention to him.

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Cory is put on the second string in basketball and starts to think everyone around isn't paying attention to him.

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When Amy says to Cory on the staircase that Morgan wanted to hear a story from Cory, there was a microphone showing. See more »

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Alvin Einstein
20 February 2014 | by (victoria b.c canada) – See all my reviews

Cory's friends make the A-Team, but Cory is put on the second string. To make matters worse, Minkus makes the second string. After Cory gets motivated by Feeny, to get himself on the A-Team, Cory heads to Eric for advice. Eric ignores his problems and talks about his own, his parents are too busy with Morgan and Eric's carps. Cory gets fed up at his family for not paying enough attention to him. He finds out the next day that second string guys aren't allowed during away games. He returns home from school to find out that his parents aren't around. Feeling abandoned and hungry. It turns out, Cory's parents left home to attend Cory's away game. Ah, the pressure of sports. Being on the second string isn't a good feeling at all. It's embarrassing to yourself and the friends around you. I really liked how this episode dealt with family issues. When you are in a big family with three kids, it's hard to give out time equally to everybody. Cory's anger is not only justified, but realistic. You also feel for the parents in this one as well, because they are also justified. There are a few moments that stand out in this one. Cory stealing Mr. Feeny's chicken is great. Eric doing his best Arnold impression while pumping iron "Scum ! Scum! Scum!" My favorite is Morgan at the end. I won't spoil it, but it's adorable. This is a very good episode about heart, determination, and survival of the fittest.

8.7/10


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