The Wonder Years: Season 4, Episode 22

Graduation (8 May 1991)

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On the eve of his graduation from Junior High, Kevin is excited about entering high school next year with Winnie and Paul. However, those feelings change when Paul announces that he will be... See full summary »

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On the eve of his graduation from Junior High, Kevin is excited about entering high school next year with Winnie and Paul. However, those feelings change when Paul announces that he will be attending a prep school next year. He begins to fear that his world will change after graduation. Written by SteveG

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This episode marked the final appearance of Becky Slater. The character would only appear again in archive footage in later episodes. See more »

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March No. 1 in D
from Pomp and Circumstance Military Marches (uncredited)
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