Topanga from "Boy Meets World" graces the cover of the April issue of Maxim.
A star from the 90s, Danielle Fishel played Topanga Lawrence, whose romance with Corey Matthews was witnessed from their days in middle school, all the way through college graduation on the popular sitom.
The "Topanga" photo spread features the former child-actor in her bra and panties, but covered slightly by a jacket.
Maxim writer Patrick Carone interviewed TV's Topanga about the relationship on the show with Corey Matthews. He also asked if there was ever an off-screen affair.
"No! That rumor was entirely my fault because I once said, on The Tyra Banks Show, that Ben and I went on a date, and that turned into "Danielle and Ben dated." Fishel said. "We went on one date, when I was about 15, and by the time the dinner was over we realized mutually that we were more like family than lovers."
The name of Topanga will get an instant response from any male who came of age in the 1990s.
"Michael Jacobs, who created Boy Meets World, says he was driving down the highway when production called and said, 'We need a name for this character!'" Fishel said about the now iconic name of her character. "He happened to be driving past Topanga Canyon, so he said, 'Topanga.' He says that if they had called him two miles later, I would've been named Canoga, which is the next exit."
Topanga has signed on to be a part of the reunion of Boy Meets World, called "Girl Meets World," currently in production.
Corey and Topanga will play the parents of their daughter, who will star in the show.
Fishel opened up about who she is beyond the character of Topanga.
"I'm huge into '90s rap. It's my jam. My all-time favorite album is Snoop Dogg's Doggystyle. And if you ever really want to see me embarrass myself, put on some Notorious B.I.G. and watch me grab my crotch and mouth all the words. It's really embarrassing, but I can't help myself," Fisher said.