The Wonder Years (1988–1993)
ALF refers to the series.
When Marge tells Bart to get a job at Krusty Burger, Bart looks off into space as Daniel Stern's voice narrates what Bart was feeling, just as he did in The Wonder Years
Crow: "What is this, 'The Wonder Years'?"
Lisa refers to the series.
Tom: So guys, what stage of 'The Wonder Years' do you think this is, hm?
Familiar film with old scenes of the Simpsons are shown like the opening credits and same theme song this show.
Mentioned in dialogue
Dawson compares Gretchen to Winnie Cooper, a character from this show.
Dennis wears a suit Fred Savage wore on this show.
Mentioned during Weekend Update
Danica introduced as the star of this show
Alex tells Suzanne he will always love her, just like Kevin will always love Winnie
"It's very Wonder Years"
Mentioned in dialogue
Ron Sparks discusses the show, grainy 1960s home movies.
Camp Winnicooper's name is a reference to character Winnie Cooper, played by actress 'Danica McKellar' in this TV show
references to the characters Winnie and Kevin are made by Krista Allen's character
Shawn says, "I'm pretty sure that's Chuck from 'The Wonder Years.'"
Raj mentions it when suggesting they recruit Danica McKellar for their Physics Bowl team: "How about the girl from The Wonder Years?"
mentioned by Lenny
Shawn tells Howie, "We all spent our 'wonder years' together."
Referenced during monologue
Fred Savage turns out to be the greatest actor in the history of the world following this series, and Daniel Stern does a narration in the episode for Savage.
Peggy says "Super Duper Winnie Cooper"
The actress who plays Winnie on this show appears in the movie
Shawn asks, "Didn't Winnie from 'The Wonder Years' also do that?"
Subject of an $800 clue in the category "Take a Welk on the Wild Side"
Shawn mentions that Alicia Silverstone's first role was in "The Crush," and Declan corrects him, saying that "she first did an uncredited appearance in 'The Wonder Years.'"
Mentioned in monologue
Fred Savage's role mentioned
M'Gann tells Conner to stop acting like a character from a 70's sitcom. Danica McKellar was in the Wonder Years which took place in the late 60's early 70's.
Mention Fred Savage and the series talking about Schmidt's photo on the wall
Marty can talk to two students named Kev and Gwen who reference a friend named Paul.
Winnie Cooper mentioned
"...who looks like Paul Pfeiffer from the Wonder Years."
"...who is sort of like The Wonder Years boy..."
mentioned in dialogue
Joe refers to Adam as "Young Fred Savage" to Sid Haig. Later, Adam is confused why Sid Haig told him that "The Wonder Years sucked."
Winnie Cooper is listed on the waxboard as someone who wants a "friend zone" relationship
Babydills' agent, Ishmael, references The Wonder Years when he talks about Babydills last big job as booking Deena Delgado on The Wonder Years..
"It's the bully from Wonder Years."
"This looks like the opening credits to The Wonder Years if someone was tweaking Kevin Arnold's nipples."
Jakob Stegelmann looks at child actors in the movies, mentioning the tv-series + clip shown
clips from the show are used here
Footage from this TV show was edited into this mini-series.
Clips shown when the Critic asks if Fred Savage ever went on to do anything.
One of the characters is seen watching the show on TV.
Kevin Arnold & Winnie Cooper are #22.
Mr. Cutlip as Santa takes #5
Altered clip depicts Kevin predicting Winnie will be on "Dancing with the Stars"
Spoofed during the monologue
Spoofed as "The Blunder Years"
Matt Frazier tells Eric that Ben Sandwich's brother was Bread Sandwich, who starred in "that show." Ben Savage's elder brother Fred Savage starred in The Wonder Years (1988).
David Stern does a Wonder Years-style voice-over for Meg
When Shrek and Fiona are first seen in the movie, Shrek adjusts a video camera and goes back to wave at it with Fiona, which is taken from the opening credits to the show the Wonder Years
Both star Fred Savage, and the Critic spoofs the show's narration
"The Voiceover Years" TV program spoofs "The Wonder Years."
Spoofed in the "Hip Hop Classics" sketch, with Flavor Flav taking the place of Daniel Stern as the narrator