In 1968, friends Kevin Arnold, Paul Pfeiffer, and Winnie Cooper attend the newly renamed Robert F Kennedy Junior High for the first time.

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In 1968, friends Kevin Arnold, Paul Pfeiffer, and Winnie Cooper attend the newly renamed Robert F Kennedy Junior High for the first time. Written by Tim Von Cloedt

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In the season three finale, Winnie is supposed to have moved 4 miles away from her home, located in the real world at 525 University Avenue, across the street from the Arnold residence at 516. In fact, the new home used in exterior shots at 501 Tufts Avenue, Burbank, CA, is just around the corner from the original and was first shown in the season four premiere episode. See more »

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Winnie's brother is drafted into military service in June 1968 and sent to Vietnam. The Selective Service System of the United States began the draft lottery on December 1, 1969. See more »

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Kevin Arnold - The Narrator: It was the first kiss for both of us. We never really talked about it afterwards. But I think about the events of that day again and again and somehow I know that Winnie does too, whenever some blowhard starts talking about the anonymity of the suburbs or the mindlessness of the tv generation. Because we know that inside each one of those identical boxes, with it's dodge parked out front and it's white bread on the table and it's tv set glowing blue in the falling dusk, there were people with ...
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Come Softly To Me
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Written by Gretchen Christopher, Barbara Ellis, and Gary Troxel
Performed by The Fleetwoods
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