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66. The Accident

66. The Accident
Warner Bros. Television
When Winnie shows up at Kevin's house to "talk", he tries to help her but doesn't understand what's wrong. Kevin soon learns that Winnie broke up with Roger, and Paul leads him to believe that she may want to get back with him. Thinking everything's okay, he sees Winnie's distress doesn't show in front of her new friends--a couple of 11th grade guys. Realizing Winnie's emotionally instability, Kevin tries to help her but she blows him off by taking a drive with her high school friends. Later, Kevin finds out that Winnie got into a car accident with them and winds up breaking her leg. Kevin leaves abruptly leaves school to visit Winnie and waits until dark for her return, but her parents tell him that she doesn't want to see him right now. He then sneaks back to see her later that night, and they mouth "I love you" to each other through her window. Guest Starring as Winnie's friends: Nicolas Read as Rex and Shawn Phelan as William.

Writer:Bob Brush & Jill Gordon
Director:Richard Masur
Original air date:April 24, 1991

107 votes


Nate says:
What kinda car was Mr. Cooper driving?
March 28, 2022 at 6:26 AMFlag as spam

D Passmore says:
It was the song that kept them together! This type of song will do that.........
October 01, 2018 at 10:27 PMFlag as spam

Carole says:
I cry every time I see this episode. Kevin never gave up hope that Winnie would come to know that he is 'the one.' The music choices in the whole series is great!
June 18, 2012 at 10:11 PMFlag as spam

David Pearce says:
Without doubt my favourite episode. The whole premise is so true to life. The cute girl you loved when growing up has lost the innocence that made her special. The final scene makes me misty-eyed every time I see it with the most perfect song imaginable, We've Got Tonight' playing in the background. This is the episode that I would play to a new viewer to show them what all the fuss is about.
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