"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." It's a good thing they have such a rapport, because Fishel and Savage are set to portray family in the pilot for The Disney Channel's "Boy Meets World" spin-off, "Girl Meets World." The two will reprise their roles of Topanga and Cory, except on the pilot they'll be the married parents of two kids.

"But Danielle is a wonderful person, and I couldn't be more happy for her." And even though Danielle is completely devoted to her new husby -- staunchly defending their love to jealous cyber bullies -- she's said in the past that she and Ben will always share a special bond.

"[Tim] knows that Ben and I have been together for a long time...it's impossible to have none of that rub off a little bit in person," she told Us Weekly.

Danielle Fishel and Ben Savage played one of TV's favorite couples in the '90s, so it wouldn't have been too surprising if their romance also moved off-screen. " Yet, in a new interview with Maxim - which she also seductively posed for - Fishel says she and her co-star never went there.

"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,'" the 31-year-old actress said.

, Disney Channel's buzzed-about series that finally premiered tonight and introduced viewers to Cory and Topanga's tween daughter Riley (Rowan Blanchard), but did the duo actually date during their time as teens on Well, it depends who you ask!

Growing up, it seemed like every viewer had a crush on Topanga (That hair!

His response is priceless, so press play on the video above to see the hilariousness go down!

Though Danielle Fishel recently wed longtime love Tim Belusko, we'll always associate the former "Boy Meets World" star with her onscreen other half, Ben Savage.

In fact, seven years spent playing Cory and Topanga on the '90s sitcom and a new stint acting as a married couple for Disney's "BMW" spinoff, "Girl Meets World," have brought the co-workers so close that even occasionally have trouble separating fact from fiction.

In a recent Pop Sugar interview, Ben shared how surreal it was to see his office ball and chain say "I do" to someone else.

"It's not every day that you watch your wife walk down the aisle with another guy," he joked.