Ever since American Horror Story creator Ryan Murphy said he'd be dropping hints regarding the subject matter of Season 3 into the latter episodes of Season 2, fans have been all over the witches tip. After all, two straight weeks of witchcraft-themed songs ("I Put a Spell on You" and "Season of the Witch") played on the Foreshadow-Matic jukebox were pretty good indications. Still, "Witches" is a big bin, and speculation turned to what kind of witchcraft we're in for. The Salem Witch Trials? A more Anne Rice/Mayfair Witches kind of thing? Stevie Nicks in California in the 1970s and '80s?
Well, today, in an interview with ET Online's Jarett Wieselman, AHS regular Frances Conroy gave us what we like to call a "location spoiler" (pardon our insider jargon):
Earlier this month, news broke that there would, in fact, be a Boy Meets World sequel, titled Girl Meets World, surrounding the child of Cory (Ben Savage) and Topanga (Danielle Fishel). Once this was confirmed, the Internet was suddenly filled with rumors, with many, myself included, launching theories about the child and the potential plot, based on hints given during the original show's run. The most important question, however, wasn't the plot. It was whether or not the show's two main stars, Cory and Topanga, would return for the sequel, or if it would simply use the original framework with a new cast. For weeks, silence surrounded the project, and then yesterday:
I've got to make this quick, because I have an entire Information Superhighway to web surf in search of clues related to this story, but here's what I know so far (please sit down; you most certainly aren't ready for this):
1. THEY ARE MAKING A SEQUEL TO BOY MEETS WORLD.
Yes, I know. This is the best news of 2012. Or maybe of the whole decade. What's it called, you wonder? BMW II: The Rise of the Feeny?
2. Even better. It's titled Girl Meets World. Fantastic, right? Why that title?
3. It's about the daughter of Cory Matthews (Ben Savage) and Topanga Lawrence (Danielle Fishel).
Don't freak out. What's happening to your body is a symptom called "'90s-induced asthma." It's very common. You'll be FINE.