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Winnie Cooper (Character)
from "The Wonder Years" (1988)

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"The Wonder Years: Just Between Me and You and Kirk and Paul and Carla and Becky (#2.5)" (1989)
Kevin Arnold: Winnie, I just want you to know that I know... You don't have to say anything, just know that I know. Okay?
Winnie Cooper: Know what?
Kevin Arnold: Winnie! Paul told me! And i'm glad he did!
Winnie Cooper: Paul told you?
Kevin Arnold: Well yeah! Isn't that great?
Winnie Cooper: Paul told you?
Kevin Arnold: He says you're crazy about me!
[Winnie slams door]

"The Wonder Years: Denial (#4.12)" (1991)
Winnie Cooper: Kevin, could we talk?
Kevin Arnold: Talk about what?
Winnie Cooper: [Winnie sighs] We shouldn't be acting like this.
Kevin Arnold: Well, how do you want us to act?
Winnie Cooper: I don't know. Kevin, I care about you. You mean a lot to me.
Kevin Arnold: I do?
Winnie Cooper: And... I need you...
Kevin Arnold - The Narrator: I wanted to take her in my arms right there and tell her how much I missed her.
Winnie Cooper: be my friend.
Kevin Arnold: You're friend?
Kevin Arnold - The Narrator: The words cut my heart out. I couldn't have been more unprepared. I said the first thing I felt.
Kevin Arnold: I don't want to be your friend. I got enough friends.
Winnie Cooper: Kevin...
Kevin Arnold: Look, Winnie, lets just both do ourselves a favor and keep away from each other!
Winnie Cooper: You really mean that?
Kevin Arnold: Of course, I really mean that!
Kevin Arnold - The Narrator: I guess I was hurting her. But I just didn't care anymore.
Kevin Arnold: I'll tell you another thing Winnie, This whole thing's stupid. It's really not that big a deal. And to tell you the truth, our relationship didn't mean that much to me, all right?
Kevin Arnold - The Narrator: It was the biggest lie I ever told, and she believed every word of it.