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Boy Meets World - The Locked Door
This is in the episode of Boy Meets World where there is a murderer in the high school. Cory, Shawn, Topanga, Angela, and Kenny are locked in the classroom. The scary janitor comes by and Shawn says"hey giggles, we're locked in. Do you have the key?" the janitor holds up a ring of keys and cory says"good. do you want to let us out?"obviously this means the door cannot be opened from the outside without a key. the janitor just walks away. A few minutes later, Eric and Jack open the door without a key. weird, huh?
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Disney Channel
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Anonymous on 10-30-2001
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tnk writes:
I seen this episode again recently, you have to take the whole episode into context. It was not a typical episode. For one thing it was Shawn's dream sequence, second, it was a farce making fun of all of the teen horror movies at the time. It wasn't a slip-up, it was written that way.
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MeowMix writes:
This is the only episode of Boy Meets World that I haven't seen, but I can understand what's happening. The janitor was on the outside, and he could open the door and let them out, because it was locked from the outside. When Eric and Jack came in, they didn't need a key because they were on the outside. The keys don't really have any significance, they just show that the janitor has power.
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Dan writes:
Actually, it isn't that weird. There are many doors that open from the outside. If there weren't such things, then the person with the key could have the capability to keep them locked in.
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