When Lucas' old friend from Texas comes to New York, Lucas begins to wonder if New York had really changed him, and he starts to keep secrets from Riley.
When Farkle’s dad makes a bad investment, Farkle becomes worried about what that might mean for his family.
Lucas asks for Cory’s permission to go on a date with Riley, to which he agrees as long as Maya and Farkle go with them.
When art and music are threatened to be cut from school, the kids have to find a creative way to convince the school board to show their value.
Riley, Maya, and Lucas try to figure out their feelings while they are in Texas together.
Uncle Eric is recruited to run for the Senate, but learns it was only because they expected him to lose. Riley and her friends rally together to help his campaign.
When the entire class gets detention, the class divides and chaos ensues. Meanwhile, Auggie's friend Ava attempts to be nicer when she thinks she's losing him to another girl.
The students learn about their diverse heritage during Cultural Week.
Part 2 of 2. The group's ski trip comes to an end, and Lucas must finally choose between Maya and Riley.
The kids aren’t satisfied with what they’ve been voted “Most Likely” for in the school yearbook, and take matters into their own hands to change it.
Riley, Maya, and Farkle head to Texas with Lucas, who has been entered in the bull-riding competition at the rodeo in his hometown.
When Cory becomes the head of the Nature Club, the whole gang heads out on a trip to a familiar ski lodge
When Riley and Maya get into a fight, Cory enlists the help of his brother, Eric, to be a mediator.
Riley finds out the hard way that getting a bad grade in high school will count toward her permanent record.
Riley is upset when the boys at school won't let her participate in a science experiment and attempts to become more involved.
Riley's worried that her new classmates don't like the real her so she invents and online alter-ego named Jexica; Cory and Topanga face Auggie's internet usage.
Riley and Maya are anxious to begin eighth grade and have a new teacher, that isn't Riley's father. Meanwhile, Mrs. Svorski asks Topanga to take over at the bakery.