|Written by||Michael Jacobs and April Kelly|
|Directed by||David Trainer|
Next morning, it's Cory's birthday and Alan offers him a necklace with a pair of silver gloves as a coming of age birthday present. Cory is not overwhelmed by the present which he thinks is just a pair of silver mittens, but he decides he should pretend to like it. He goes off to school. Alan is disappointed that apparently Cory does not like the necklace. Amy points out to him that this is because he has not explained their significance. Morgan whines that she has not been given a present like she usually gets when it's Eric's or Cory's brithday.
Back at school, the students are getting ready for their SCUBA diving lesson and making fun of each other in their swimwear. But both Cory and Shawn remain speechless and cannot think of an insult when they see Topanga in her bathing costume. They can't wait for their SCUBA instructor who, to their surprise turns out to be Mr. Feeny.
Back at home at the end of the day, Eric and Cory are talking about the necklace which Cory realises he has lost. Alan comes in and explains that the necklace is actually his prize for coming second in the entire US Navy in his division in boxing. Cory feels bad about losing the necklace. When Alan leaves Cory calls around where he has been during the day but the necklace isn't found. So he decides to go out looking for it and asks Eric to cover for him at dinner.
Cory sneaks in to the gymnasium and he swims around the pool looking for the gloves. He is caught by Mr. Feeny who sends him home. He goes home and confesses that he has lost the necklace. Alan points out that the necklace may have meant a lot to him, but his children now mean more. Mr. Feeny comes in and returns the necklace which was found in the filter of the swimming pool. Cory hands them over to Alan because he thinks they will be safer with him.