Fans are still given behind-the-scenes tours by the “Boy Meets World” cast. The actor who played Alan Matthews on the ABC sitcom, William “Rusty” Russ, joined presenters Danielle Fishel, Will Friedle, and Rider Strong on Tuesday’s episode of “Pod Meets World.”
The group talked about the Morgan character, who was initially played for the first two seasons by Lily Nicksay. Before Lindsay Ridgeway made her debut as the new Morgan in episode 14 of Season 3, Morgan was gone.
The recasting, according to Russ, “I suppose there were certain concerns that had to do with growing up.” “To his credit, [creator] Michael Jacobs could see that she wasn’t exactly pleased with the time. He came to the conclusion that it would be best for her personally if he let her try something new or go somewhere else.
According to Friedle, “she Just Didn’t Want to Be There,”
Nicksay was “so naturally witty and really sweet as a button” and possibly didn’t want to be a child actor, according to Fishel, who agreed with Friedle that she “simply didn’t want to be there.”
We were talking about the pressure, she continued. You have to genuinely want it. She was just six years old, so you have a lot on your shoulders. I believe that finally she simply to a realization that “This isn’t as enjoyable as you guys all think it is.
Additionally, the Panel Discussed the “death Chair.” the First Season of The Program
Additionally, the panel discussed the “death chair.” The third friend in Shawn and Cory’s (Ben Savage) group was played by a variety of young actors during the first season of the show.
In the end, the authors decided they didn’t need it and chose a different dynamic. Morgan experienced the same thing.
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They Required the Character’s Return.
Because the character brought a completely different dynamic to the program and a very different audience, they needed to bring him back, according to Friedle.
“All of this is coming back from what they’re feeling from audiences,” said Russ in his final statement. Nothing is accomplished alone. Many times, you don’t know unless you try. You can test it and see.