With the end of the summer approaching, the Arnolds decide to attend Jack's Labor Day work picnic. When it is learned that Jack was passed over for a promotion that goes to one of his rivals, tensions grow high between him and Kevin, who wants to prove that he is no longer a little kid. Written by
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When Wayne and Angela leave the picnic table, Kevin heaves a sigh as they walk away in the background, to the right and off screen. After the view returns to Kevin from Norma, Wayne and Angela are back in the middle of the frame, and Kevin heaves the same sigh again. See more
Kevin Arnold - The Narrator
Growing up is never easy. You hold onto things that were; you wonder what's to come. But that night, I think we knew it was time to let go of what had been, and look ahead to what would be - other days, new days, days to come. The thing is, we didn't have to hate each other for getting older; we just had to forgive ourselves for growing up.
Written by Leadbelly
(uncredited) and John A. Lomax
American folk standard See more