But it seems the controversial Full House star Bob Saget does. She once said that while on a private jet to Disney World that, "We were trying to take a nap, and all of a sudden Bob Saget walks down the aisle, rips open our curtain, and shouts, 'Do you guys have any coke?!
February 6, By Sabienna Bowman Everyone remembers their first love. From Kevin Arnold to Cory Matthews, the airwaves were lousy with tiny lovelorn average Joes pining away for the girl-next-door who had stolen their hearts sometime around Kindergarten. It was through the eyes of these hopeless romantics that we saw the likes of Winnie Cooper and Topanga Lawrence—girls who were designed to be beautiful but not in an intimidating way , innocent, kind, bright, and just damaged enough to give off the whiff of a modern day damsel. These characteristics were meant to suggest a comforting aura of normalcy and attainability.
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Her dad was a construction worker, but it fell to her mother to take the role of the main money-earner. Fishel had a solid upbringing in a stable and loving environment and, because of her parents' determination to provide their daughter with opportunities, she soon spread her wings into theatre acting. She's today known as a chef, author, television personality, and even as a television director but is perhaps best remembered for her portrayal of Topanga, though she's had many other successes in her career.
By Julie Sprankles Sept 28 Of all the great fictional female role models I obsessed over growing up in the '90s, I can't think of any I adulated more than Danielle Fishel's character in the coming-of-age sitcom Boy Meets World. Rewatching the OG series now, it's easy to see why — there are feminist lessons we can all learn from Topanga Lawrence.