When the Girl Meets World season three and TV series finale aired on Disney Channel on January 20th, it was chock full of original Boy Meets World TV show stars, too. That said, the goodbye scene for one vet — who has appeared on both cancelled series — ending up on the cutting room floor. Now Danny McNulty, who played Harvey “Harley” Keiner, is sharing that moment from the script as well as additional Girl Meets World memories. Check it out, after the jump.
A sequel to the original ABC sitcom, Girl Meets World starred: Rowan Blanchard, Sabrina Carpenter, Ben Savage, Peyton Meyer, August Maturo, Danielle Fishel, and Corey Fogelmanis. Boy Meets World stars William Daniels, Lee Norris, William Russ, Betsy Randle, Will Friedle, Anthony Quinn, Rider Strong, Lily Nicksay, and Lindsay Ridgeway all returned for the Disney Channel finale.
Danny McNulty on the Girl Meets World TV Series Finale
To be clear, McNulty was in the final episode of the Disney Channel sitcom, it was his farewell that was cut, most probably due to time concerns.
He also recalled meeting star Ben Savage on the set of Boy Meets World.
When I first met #BenSavage he was just a boy meeting the World for the first time… It was a real honor to get get a chance to work with him again and see what a great man he turned out to be !!! May you continue to meet the World with a smile on your face and a happy song in your heart 🍀🌎💚🌍🍀 #hulusavegmw #gmwseason4weneedmore #planes4gmw
In addition, McNulty shouted out to Danielle Fishel and shared a photo of the two of them.
Finally, he thanked all the Girls Meets World fans for making the three season series possible. McNulty also made sure to express his gratitude to the writers.
I want to take a moment to thank all of U the fans of #GirlMeetsWorld 🌎❤️️🌏 without you none of this could have been possible ‼️ Thank You #GirlMeetsWorldWriters for giving #HarleyKeiner a chance to be a part of such a wonderful World ‼️ Until we meet again,,, try and make good decisions, dream & try to do good ❤️ #HuluSaveGMW #GirlMeetsGoodbye
What do you think? Do you think another network or streaming platform will renew Girl Meets World for season four, or will it remain cancelled?