|The Happiest Show on Earth|
|Original Airdate||May 10, 1996|
|Written by||Howard Busgang and Mark Blutman|
|Directed by||Jeff McCracken|
|Guest starring||Debbe Dunning as Alexandra, Andrew Keegan as Ronnie Waterman, Hillary Tuck as Kristen Hoffman, Staci Keanan as Dana Foster, Cole Evan Weiss as Day Player|
SynopsisEditCory plans to win Topanga back, but a combination of her winning a trip to Disney World and an annoying girl that won't leave him alone make that very difficult. Determined to reunite with her, he goes to Disney World with Shawn without asking Alan and Amy because Shawn's Uncle Nicky hooked him up with a flight. Cory then begins his relentless chase of Topanga, during which he pulls stunts such as drawing her picture as an artist and scuba diving with a sign to win her love. They get into an argument and Topanga tells him the more she is pursued, the more turned off she is. Cory finally admits defeat.
Later on, though, Cory stumbles upon a sick dolphin, named Amber, that won't eat. He sits next to it and begins telling it of his love troubles and how much he loves Topanga. At the end of his monologue, Cory successfully feeds the dolphin some fish. Topanga sees this, and follows Cory out of the aquatics facility. Cory does the right thing and tells Topanga that he won't chase her anymore and that they can go back to being friends. Topanga tells Cory that she wants to be with him again, and they kiss as the fountain behind them shoots up in colorful lights in the night sky.
Meanwhile, Eric covers for Cory by using a life-size Cory dummy. Although it seems to work, he is busted when Feeny finds it buried in his garden and Cory is grounded for a month for sneaking off to Disney World without his parents permission.