The Wonder Years

Series Summary
"The Wonder Years" tracks life in the turbulent late 1960s and early '70s through the eyes of the increasingly less innocent Kevin Arnold. Narrated by an adult Kevin, the show follows him as he faces first love and the obstacles of life with best friend Paul.

Air Dates: 1988 - Present

Genres: Comedy drama

Network: ABC

  • Season 6, Ep. 22 : Independence DayMay 12, 1993

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    Kevin's anticipated summer of romance fizzles when Winnie reacts less than enthusiastically toward his surprise arrival.

  • Season 6, Ep. 21 : SummerMay 12, 1993

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    Kevin leaves his job and heads to the resort where Winnie is working, expecting a summer of romance and fun in the sun.

  • Season 6, Ep. 20 : ReunionApr 28, 1993

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    Kevin is surprised by his father's reaction when Norma meets an old boyfriend at her high-school reunion.

  • Season 6, Ep. 19 : The Little WomenMar 31, 1993

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    Norma announces to Jack that she has a full-time job; Kevin learns that his SAT score is lower than Winnie's.

  • Season 6, Ep. 18 : PokerMar 24, 1993

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    Kevin and Paul (Fred Savage, Josh Saviano) discover how much they have matured when the gang gets together for a night of poker.

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  • The cast is fine and Steve Miner directs with sensitivity. There's real poignancy in the last scene between Savage and McKellar. It's a refreshingly gutsy half-hour, a look back at how things were -- and weren't. [31 Jan 1988, p.C-13] Show More

  • The Wonder Years is at least off to an unusually winning start. Show More

  • The Wonder Years is full of wonderment -- and grace, and charm, and wit, and insight, and poignancy and humor. The Wonder Years, in a word, is wonderful. [15 March 1988, p.1] Show More

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