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|I became reacquainted with The Wonder Years just the past few months - watching all the episodes. What a wonderful show! You can laugh and cry during the same episode.
During the final episode, while it was sad not to see Kevin and Winnie end up together, I was heartbroken when the narrator said that Kevin's father passed away two years later (after Kevin came home on that particular 4th of July).
I loved Jack! He reminded me of my own father - hard worker, ex-military, patriotic, family man, etc. I remember when he left NORCOM and went into the furniture business. I thought that he had finally found his niche and could be happy - especially with his sons following in the business (both Wayne and Kevin). Then...he passes away (roughly at age 48 in the show)! This still bothers me!
Again, just love the show!|
|I try to watch this show each summer.
I was born in the early 80s and never lived during the period but everything about this show makes me feel nostalgic. It's a beautiful show and this website puts a smile on my face. Keep up the great work!|
|Thank you souch for providing all of this useful information. This is one of my absolute favorite shows of all time and still has me reflecting on my childhood.|
|Scott Kemp says:|
|This show was the foundation for my whole life, I started watching it in 1987/88 and was exactly the same age as Kevin and Winnie, obviously like everyone else I was ion love with Winnie and wanted to have a love that could last through the ages, just like Kevin's, I developed my inner monologue and approach to life from this show, it made me cry more times than it made me laugh, and what a soundtrack, my whole musical appreciation developed from the songs that were in the wonder years, my favourite episode is a real tough one to pin down, here goes anyway:
4th of July
Too many to mention really, Final episode I cried for hours, why did My. Arnold have to die, why did Kevin and Winnie not get married, and as a father now the final few seconds of the Show, when the narrators son calls him, and he's says I'm coming, and then 5 years and 117 episodes of my life ended, just like that, I waited for 20 years for the boxset to be released. Thank you Time Life, now my love of this series can last a lifetime.
|Donna Bolinger says:|
|I love this show. I enjoyed it when it was on, at the time my son looked liked Kevin Arnold, he is 36 years old today, and the hair is much shorter.
Thank you for showing this show on You Tube.
It was such a wonderful show and it is great being able to see it now.
|Ian Burnett says:|
|Fred Savage, What kind Of bike was the red one in the wonder years Id like to bye one|
|Ian Burnett says:|
|Hi wonder years cast I love you're show its the best show I have ever watched.|
|Hello, last night me and my boyfriend just finished watching the very last episode! This show is so amazing! In about 2 months, we watched every single episode. I had heard of the show but had never watched it. I decided I wanted to see it after I happened to come across an infomercial about the new DVDs. And then I found it on Netflix by chance! I'm going to miss looking forward to new episodes, but I'm eventually going to buy it all on DVD and watch it again someday. It will be just as good no matter how many times I see it! This show is truly appealing to any age group. I'm 23 and it's my favorite show. So true to real life and such a different show with great acting. Sitcoms can't compare. I can't single out a #1 favorite episode, but the ones I loved most were the ones with the drama between Kevin and Winnie, as well as the romantic ones of course! Thanks for reading, great website!|
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