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You know, it's like we're two sunshiney people from the same sunshiney family. That's why I like you so much. It's like you're my brother. It's like he's your. Lucas: Maya, you're the most secure person in this classroom.
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On the television screen, clips of Eddie Calloway on the bull played over and over again. The heavy silence drifted between them as the dull thud of Eddie's body hitting the ground sent Maya's ears ringing. When she looked back up at Lucas, he was noticeably pale and Riley's head was whipping back and forth between the two of them, pigtails flying behind her. Maya turned around, breath hitching, signalling the end of the conversation.
Tentative chatter began to fill the tent as Riley approached Lucas with a sweet, little smile on her face, and Maya bit back the dull ache pounding in her chest. In the corner, Farkle and Zay were talking and, after but a moment of contemplation, she headed straight towards them. He looked up at her, mid-sentence, eyebrows furrowed.
Maya snuck one more furtive glance at Riley and Lucas. Riley was laughing and Lucas seemed to have gotten some color back into him, which was good. Maya doubted they would even notice she was gone, which was also good. Maya opened the flap of the tent as silently as she could and pulled Zay out with her. Zay's eyes flicked up to the sky and then back down at her. What are you going to do? There was nothing she could do about that now; she would just have to trust him.
Finally, breathless, Maya approached the bull's pen where a man stood with a clipboard in a booth. Maya flinched as Tombstone snorted and stomped, a monster of a beast.
She wished she never signed Lucas up for this stupid rodeo. Why didn't they read the contract more carefully? Or even look up what a bull was? Maya swallowed her fear for a moment and speed walked up to the man in the booth, who looked up expectantly at the sound of her frantic footsteps. I have - well, there's - a contestant is dropping out. Lucas Friar. Maya's stomach sank to her feet. Would she really not be able to get Lucas out of this?
If he gets hurt - oh, and it would be all her fault -. That's why we had him sign the damn thing. She can't let him ride the bull. She just can't. He was worth what she was about to do. If you have to have someone ride it, I can.
He won't, so I will. I'll do it. Sign this waiver, and be quick about it. You've got about a minute. It wasn't until the helmet was thrust into her hands that she started to consider the magnitude of what she was about to do. She could get hurt.
Really hurt. Like never-walk-again hurt. Like maybe-even-but-hopefully-not-death hurt. Did Maya really want to do this? Her fingers were shaking and her knuckles were white as she gripped the helmet. Maya untied the bandana from around her neck, took her vest off and set it down.
In a decisive manner, Maya put the helmet on her head. If all those things could happen to her, then they could happen to him just as easily. With the help of the man, Maya mounted the bull, stamping at the foreign weight on its back.
She was so scared. In the distance, she saw Lucas and Riley walking up, taking their sweet time. Then Riley stopped dead in her tracks, pointing straight at - Maya. Maya's eyes widened round as orbs as Lucas started sprinting towards her. Riley was too, but she couldn't keep up. She heard frantic shouts of her name, but they were still far away. For a second, her heart stopped. Would she really be unable to stop him, after all she went through?
Lucas and Riley were close and she could make out their continuous shouts, but the pen door opened and the bull went out. Maya desperately fought to keep a hold on him, as he bucked and brayed. Then, Maya was flying, high in the air. She felt as if she could feel herself stretching to the ends of the arena. She heard her name again, but she couldn't discern who it came from.
Gravity took it's hold and Maya's stomach dropped and then - nothing. You're gonna be wonderful," Riley said, and then she smiled at him in such a sweet way that made Lucas feel so confident in himself. Here goes nothing, he thought as he stood up. Zay started mumbling about not feeling good before he collapsed, sprawled onto the ground.
Riley sprang up, hand to her mouth, and in an instant, Lucas was beside his best friend, slightly shaking him. Riley knelt next to Lucas, her eyes wide and round. Bull riding was the farthest thing from Lucas' mind as he grabbed his unconscious best friend's shoulders. He didn't know what to do in this situation! What if Zay was really hurt? What would he do then? Lucas shook Zay a little rougher, and he thought he heard the ghost of a noise from him.
Lucas stopped shaking him and gripped his shoulders tightly. Wearily, he extended a hand to Zay. He took it and brushed the dust off himself. Lucas cocked his head in suspicion and Zay, realizing the jig was up, straightened.
I didn't want you to ride Tombstone," he said, defeated. Lucas exhaled in relief. Thank god he was alright. He pulled Zay into a quick hug. You should text Farkle and let him know what's up. He wanted to throw a rock at the TV, still playing clips of Eddie Calloway. If he couldn't make it on his bull, how was Lucas supposed to make it on Tombstone?
But he left with Riley, making their way towards the arena. He turned around and there she was, a few feet behind him. Her face was a mask of blind terror and her left arm was outstretched with her finger pointing straight ahead. Lucas almost didn't want to turn around. But he did. And there was Maya, sitting on top of a big, black bull - Tombstone.
Zay was on the ground, clutching at the gate of the pen. Within an instant, everything clicked and Lucas realized what Maya was about to do. She was going to ride the bull in his place. And then, Lucas was running because - oh god, oh god, oh god - if he had only listened to her the first time - "Maya! For a second, he actually thought he would make it. That's what he thought. But by the time he slammed into the gate, the bull was out of the pen.
He tried to call her name, but by the time the word left his mouth, she was in the air, and then on the ground so fast. As workers corralled Tombstone back into his pen, Lucas vaguely processed Farkle fitting himself in between him and Riley. And then, voice thick with tears of fear, "Oh my god! Maya was laying there, completely alone, tiny now that the bull had gone, just a long streak of color in the beige sand surrounding her.
Lucas pulled himself over the gate, rushing to her side, but a large figure in blue stopped him. Someone had contacted the paramedics who were at the rodeo.
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Girl Meets Texas Part 1 When Maya realizes the magnitude of her decision to sign Lucas up to ride Tombstone the bull, she passionately tells him she doesn't want him to do this and protests Riley's support of him doing so. She then tells Lucas that she won't talk to him anymore if he decides to ride the bull, which he does. Maya was afraid something bad had happened to Lucas when he fell off the bull. After Lucas successfully rides the bull, Riley notices Maya watching from afar and realizes that Maya likes Lucas.
The kids of the Girl Meets World cast take a trip to Texas so that Lucas can redeem himself after a sheep riding failure when he was a kid. But, with the discovery he is riding a bull and not a sheep, it leads to adverse reactions from Maya and Riley. A long time ago, when Lucas was 5, he was a mutton buster . In fact, his short period of time on Judy the Sheep was an utter embarrassment to not only him, but the family.
Lucas, Riley and Maya
Each award honors a segment of the bull riding or rodeo community, and each recipient has made a substantial contribution to the sport of bull riding. The following pages break down each award, and list all the former recipients of each of these prestigious honors. The PBR Ring of Honor is given annually to individuals who have made a significant and lasting contribution to the sport of bull riding. It is both a physical ring, and a fellowship of men whose blood, sweat, heartaches and handshakes have been instrumental to the present and future of the sport. The Ring of Honor is the highest honor a professional bull rider can receive. The Ty Murray Top Hand award, introduced last year for athletes from the rodeo world exemplifying excellence and traditional cowboy values, will go to rodeo legends Phil Lyne and Larry Mahan. Kylie Shivers will receive the Sharon Shoulders Award. A beloved figure among fans around the world, the determined rider with the warm smile retired from U.
Girl Meets World - S 2 E 20 - Girl Meets Texas- Part 1
It also serves as the first part in the 3-part event. It aired on October 16, to 2. Riley, Maya, and Farkle head to Texas with Lucas, who has been entered in the bull-riding competition at the rodeo in his hometown. Cory walks in and begins class, talking about the railroad; his class is soon interrupted by Pappy Joe, Lucas' grandfather, who has traveled on the train all the way from Austin, Texas to take Lucas and Zay back to Austin so that Lucas can ride Tombstone.
Maya Hart, Riley Matthews: I've been waiting for a day like this to come. Struck like lightning, my heart's beating like a drum on the edge of something wonderful. Face to face with changes, what's it all about? Life is crazy, but I know I can work it out, 'cause I got you to live it with me.
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See the full list. Riley, Maya, and Farkle head to Texas with Lucas, who has been entered in the bull-riding competition at the rodeo in his hometown. Sign In.
Hey, you think this is easy? You think it's easy being me every day? Lucas in "Girl Meets Mr. You can call me Lucas. You wanna know what I am? I'm as strong as a horse.
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Riley Matthews : Hey, Lucas, can I talk to you? Lucas Friar : Actually, I have something to say to you, Riley. If it wasn't for you, I don't know if I would have gotten on that bull. And if it wasn't for you, I don't know I would have survived in New York. You're really important to me. Riley Matthews : You are really important to me too, Lucas. We've always been really good at talking to each other. But we've never been too good at holding hands.
On the television screen, clips of Eddie Calloway on the bull played over and over again. The heavy silence drifted between them as the dull thud of Eddie's body hitting the ground sent Maya's ears ringing. When she looked back up at Lucas, he was noticeably pale and Riley's head was whipping back and forth between the two of them, pigtails flying behind her. Maya turned around, breath hitching, signalling the end of the conversation. Tentative chatter began to fill the tent as Riley approached Lucas with a sweet, little smile on her face, and Maya bit back the dull ache pounding in her chest.
I skimmed through Part 2 up on Watch Disney Channel and you will be disappointed about something in particular. I skimmed through this part as well and I have to say, it looked pretty slow but I guess that's what we get when it's a 3-parter. However, it looked a lot better than I had anticipated.