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Girl Meets the Tell-Tale-Tot 

Riley tells a lie so she and Maya can attend a party and must deal with the guilt of sneaking around her parents.

Director:

Ben Savage

Writers:

Michael Jacobs (created by), April Kelly (created by) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Rowan Blanchard ... Riley Matthews
Ben Savage ... Cory Matthews
Sabrina Carpenter ... Maya Hart
Peyton Meyer ... Lucas Friar (credit only)
August Maturo ... Auggie Matthews
Danielle Fishel ... Topanga Matthews
Corey Fogelmanis ... Farkle Minkus
Uriah Shelton ... Joshua Matthews
Amir Mitchell-Townes ... Isaiah 'Zay' Babineaux
Madison McLaughlin ... Jasmine
Cynthy Wu ... Charlotte
Tajh Bellow ... Andrew
Sigi Gradwohl ... Harriet
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Nicholas Jabonero Nicholas Jabonero ... Yogi
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Riley tells a lie so she and Maya can attend a party and must deal with the guilt of sneaking around her parents.

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Genres:

Comedy | Drama | Family

Certificate:

TV-G
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Country:

USA

Language:

Greek

Release Date:

5 June 2015 (USA) See more »

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The episode title is based of the story The Tell Tale Heart. See more »

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Josh is stated to be 17 years old. However he was born on Valentine's Day 1999, meaning he should only be 16. See more »

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Tater tot conscience.
24 July 2015 | by michaelred-91020See all my reviews

Good episode about having a conscience. They mention Maya and Joshua's age. Maya's 14 and Joshua's 17. 14 year olds are typically in the 9th grade (in high school), not in middle school, as they reiterated in the show. There are funny moments in the episode like when Maya reminds a worried Riley that she hasn't done anything bad yet, and then Riley's head starts singing a good tune. And the tater tot conscience was funny also, the part about "everything bad in the world is your fault. Wwwwwhat?! Nnnnnnever mind that's for later." Lol. You also see a looser side of Riley. There is a part in this episode where everybody is in the dorm and Maya starts listing the various things she observes of Joshua in an attempt to prove to him that she has more than just a crush on him. That part made me a little uncomfortable due to the level of cheesiness I found it. Overall, it was a good episode. 9/10.


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