Wednesday, February 10, 2016

That one time Bob Saget asked Topanga's family for cocaine on the way to Disney World

You know Danielle Fishel. Well, more accurately, you know her character Topanga, of Boy Meets World fame.

That one time Bob Saget asked Topanga's family for cocaine on the way to Disney World

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You know Danielle Fishel. Well, more accurately, you know her character Topanga, of Boy Meets World fame. As the 31-year-old Fishel gets set to reprise her most famous role for the forthcoming Girl Meets World series, she took some time to help the folks at Maxim out by gracing their cover. "Gracing" seems like a verb that doesn't do her justice.

In the accompanying Q&A, Fishel dishes on her fiancé (and his Mortal Kombat tattoo), her recent reunion dinner with Ben Savage and Rider Strong, her affinity for early '90s rap music, and that one time Bob Saget asked her family for yayo.

One time we were all on a private jet going to Disney World, and my mom, dad, and brother were also with me. We had these four seats facing each other with curtains, so we had our own little private family area. Anyway, we were trying to take a nap, and all of a sudden Bob Saget walks down the aisle, rips open our curtain, and shouts, “Do you guys have any coke?!” Then he looks my dad in the eye, laughs, and closes the curtain. My mom was like, “What was that all about?”

I seen him! Seriously, you're going to want to check out the awesome Q&A and the pictures. Definitely the pictures. [Maxim]

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