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Affleck gave his first Batman audition for Fishel — in a way.When the actress once fell down at a Halloween party, she was scooped up by a handsome stranger who appeared out of thin air to save her from public humiliation. Though they never actually dated in real life, Ben Savage was Fishel's first kiss – onscreen and off.Friedle, meanwhile, said he would never get recognized in public — even during the show's later seasons.Savage credited it to the show taking place in a different time without the technology we have today, which he says was "to our benefit." If they didn't know them then, they certainly know now!"We went on one date, when I was about 15, and by the time the dinner was over we realized mutually that we were more like family than lovers." It's a good thing they have such a rapport, because Fishel and Savage are set to portray family in the pilot for The Disney Channel's "Boy Meets World" spin-off, "Girl Meets World." The two will reprise their roles of Topanga and Cory, except on the pilot they'll be the married parents of two kids.Their daughter, Riley (Rowan Blanchard), will be the story's focus, just as Savage's Cory was on "Boy Meets World." We can only hope the pilot's creative team will work a little of Fishel's personal taste into her character's.That's right, 25 years — it's been a quarter century since viewers met Cory Matthews (Ben Savage), brother Eric (Will Friedle,) and Topanga Lawrence (Danielle Fishel) on the ABC sitcom, and the chemistry between the actors is still apparent all of these years later.Gathering at the Javits Center's main stage at New York Comic-Con the beloved trio joined the reunion panel in front of hundreds of adoring fans to discuss any and everything Luckily, TV Insider was present to hear the cast reminisce about their time on the series, debate what their characters' dating profiles may look like today, and even give fans some hope for more of the Matthews family in the future.
The better half of "Cory and Topanga" only cared about "Brenda and Dylan." Though their daughter was the star of one hit teen show, Fishel's parents decided she wasn't mature enough to watch another: gossip at the lunch table. Did they think I was some kind of child or something? Fishel was the first to witness Ben Affleck's superhero skills.
During the discussion, the three stars repeatedly brought up their devastation over the show's finale — and their dream of a reunion on-screen isn't dead yet!
Reminiscing about the good old days, Savage innocently suggested, "We could still do [it]," as in, reboot the original show. One fan asked what the cast thought their characters' dating apps might look like today, and their answers were nothing short of hilarious.
Throughout the panel, Savage and Fishel were truly like an old married couple as they playfully bickered back-and-forth.
When Savage had difficulty interpreting fan questions, Fishel took it upon herself to repeat the question for Savage in a helpful way.