Boy Meets World’s Mr. Feeny Still Has More To Teach Us

William Daniels' new memoir debuts early 2017

We thought class was dismissed on May 5, 2000 (the date the last Boy Meets World episode aired), but we were quite mistaken. Thankfully, class is back in session next year, because famed BMW teacher, Mr. George Feeny — well, the actor who portrays him — is releasing a memoir.

William Daniels, who played the iconic educator for seven seasons, announced his book on Tuesday (July 19), titled There I Go Again: How I Came to Be Mr. Feeny, John Adams, Dr. Craig, KITT, & Many Others, and we couldn't be more excited to read about what it was like to play the best television teacher of the 20th and 21st centuries.

The book won't just be about his experiences as FEE-HEE-HEENAY and will include his various other iconic characters over the years. Before Boy Meets World, Daniels was rockin' it as John Adams in 1776 and taking none of John Dickinson's crap. Plus, he was Dr. Mark Craig on the '80s medical drama St. Elsewhere.

Daniels's co-star, Will Friedle, celebrated the news and hashtagged the Feeny call, because the Feeny call is forever.