The Wonder Years (1988–1993)
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The Accident 

After breaking up two months ago, Kevin sees Winnie for the first time. However, it becomes obvious to him that she has changed and is no longer the same girl that he knew growing up. When ... See full summary »

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... Kevin Arnold
... Jack Arnold (credit only)
... Norma Arnold
... Karen Arnold (credit only)
... Wayne Arnold (credit only)
... Winnie Cooper
... Paul Pfeiffer
Lynn Milgrim ... Mrs. Cooper
... Mr. Cooper
... Rex
Shawn Phelan ... William
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After breaking up two months ago, Kevin sees Winnie for the first time. However, it becomes obvious to him that she has changed and is no longer the same girl that he knew growing up. When he sees that she is now hanging around with 11th graders in cars, he worries that he is nothing more than a piece of her past. Written by SteveG

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24 April 1991 (USA)  »

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The song "We've Got Tonight" by Bob Seger is used in this episode. This song was first on an album in 1978, well after this episode takes place See more »

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The Tears of a Clown
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Music by Stevie Wonder and Hank Cosby
Lyrics by Smokey Robinson
Performed by Smokey Robinson & The Miracles
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I wish i were born in the 70s........
4 September 2010 | by See all my reviews

Well, I luckily stumbled upon "the wonder years" a year back, searching for something else, i guess. I had never heard of it before but literally, this is the best thing that ever happened to me. As so many people have said previously, "this has just changed my life completely". The feelings of love, friendship, childhood memories and emotions that you get from this drama series, just blow your mind. I can not really pick a single episode to be my favorite but this one just truly stands out in a sense that it depicts love. It projects that how love finds a way when there is a fear of losing someone you care about a lot. And one more thing, First love lasts forever.


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