|No Guts, No Cory|
|Original Airdate||November 7, 1997|
|Written by||Patti Carr and Lara Runnels|
|Directed by||Alan Myerson|
|Guest starring||Nick Bakay as Salem (voice), Kevin Brief as Mailman, Brook Lee as Dime-a-Dance Girl, Maurice LaMarche as Narrator/TV Announcer, Yvonne Sciò as Versailles|
Transported back to World War II in the 1940's by Salem of Sabrina the Teenage Witch, Cory, Shawn, Alan and Jack all volunteer to join the army and fight in Europe. Eric attempts to join, but is denied because he is ticklish and is a torture risk. To compensate, he makes up a story about staying behind to protect the Liberty Bell. Shortly before shipping off, Cory proposes to Topanga, who accepts. Also, Eric gives Jack a photo of him to put by his bed.
Overseas, morale of Alan and Co. is wearing thin. Cory is lonely, as he is reduced to playing the harmonica and reading letters from Topanga quietly in his head. Before going into battle, Cory tells Shawn that if he dies, the Shawn should marry Topanga. Reluctantly, Shawn agrees. As soon as the radio informs them of a truce, Cory runs out before hearing that the cease fire will begin in 24 hours. An explosion sends Cory's dogtags into Shawn's hands, and convinces everyone that he is dead.
Days later, Shawn and Topanga prepare to be wed. Although nobody truly wants it, they do it because it was Cory's last wish. At the last minute, Topanga cannot do it and Amy send Eric to Europe to find Cory. By complete luck, Eric stumbles into a bistro in France and finds Cory. Cory thinks that he is a tortured Frenchman suffering from amnesia, and he is in love with Versailles, a French woman. Eric, unable to jog Cory's memory, agrees to marry him and Versailles. At the last moment, Topanga rushes in, immediately returning Cory's memory to him.
- This is the second consecutive episode with an actor from Sabrina the Teenage Witch guest starring as their character from the show. Nick Bakay voices Salem in this episode, and Melissa Joan Hart guest stars as Sabrina in "The Witches of Pennbrook."
- Versailles is the name of Cory's french girlfriend. Versailles is also a city in France where many peace treaties (among them, the one for American Independence) have been signed.
- The "war scene" features a large trench. Trench warfare was not seen in World War II. Individual soldiers dug foxholes for cover, but large scale trenches were obsolete at this time.
- Cory, Shawn, and Alan were members of the first infantry division, according to their shoulder patches.
- After the war, Eric says that Jack "won a medal". According to his uniform, he was given the combat infantry badge and the silver star or bronze star. (The color of the award was hard to make out.)
- This is the only episode since Season 1 to have a cold opener before the opening sequence.