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Adam Scott reveals 'traumatic' interaction he had with Boy Meets World co-star

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It took 29-years, but Adam Scott finally got some closure on an awkward moment after wrapping season two of Boy Meets World in 1994.Speaking with former co-stars Rider Strong, Will Friedle, and Danielle Fishel on the Pod Meets World, Scott - who played Griffin 'Griff' Hawkins - recalled a 'horrifying' on set interaction that has been bothering him for nearly three decades.Scott detailed the events that led up to him seemingly being snubbed by Strong, who played Shawn Hunter, when he went in for a congratulatory hug after shooting the final scene.

Closure: Adam Scott, 49, revealed an awkward interaction on the set of Boy Meets World that's been 'tugging' at him for 29 years during an appearance on the podcast, Pod Meets World , with former co-stars Rider Strong, Will Friedle, and Danielle FishelScott said he was backstage watching the season two finale being filmed with Blake Soper and Ethan Suplee, who had played Griff's followers.'I don't know if you remember this, Rider, but literally, this has been tugging at me for 29 years,' Scott, 49, told the three hosts.

He continued: 'I was with (co-stars) Blake (Soper) and Ethan (Suplee). Rider, you were there with a different group of people, but we were all gathering around knowing that the last scene was about to finish.'The Northern California native said that once the scene had ended the cast and crew erupted in cheers.'Blake and Ethan high-five and hug, they come up to me and high five and are just cheering,' he explains, adding, 'Then Blake and Ethan go up to you, Rider, and give you a high five and hug you and after they do that I'm like, "Hey, congratulations, buddy," and give you a high five and go in and hug you.' Unloading: Scott shared how he had thought he.

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