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The wonder years. Season six

Call Number

  • DVD TV SERIES (CEN)

Languages

Closed-captioned.

Performers

Fred Savage, Dan Lauria, Alley Mills, Jason Hervey, Josh Saviano, Danica McKellar ; narrator, Daniel Stern.

Publication Information

[Fairfax, VA] : Time Life : Direct Holdings America Inc., [2016]

Physical Description

4 videodiscs (approximately 638 minutes) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.

Audience

Not rated.

Summary

For six seasons, The Wonder Years captured the angst of growing up in suburban middle-class America in the late '60s, as seen through the life and times of Kevin Arnold. Season 6 finds Kevin and his friends coping with the challenges of high school. He joins the wrestling team, gets conned by the goof-offs he hires to paint his teacher's house, and preps for the SAT with Paul and Winnie. In the Arnold household, the men endure their annual fishing trip, Norma gets a high-paying job, Jack is frustrated by a lukewarm evaluation at work and tries to start his own business, and Wayne has a new girlfriend--who's 23--divorced, and has a baby. Kevin's delivery job leaves him no time to spend with Winnie, an enthusiastic volunteer with the McGovern capaign. He sneaks out in his father's new car to try to take her to a Rolling Stones show, frets over what to get her for Christmas, and gets in trouble for calling her perfect. The regular poker game reveals big problems among the guys, but more seriously, after an innocent mistake, Kevin lets everyone believe that he and Winnie spent the night together. When she leaves to take a lifeguard job at a summer resort, Kevin follows, and while making their way home they take refuge in a barn and spend a very special Independence Day together.

Notes

Title from container.

Originally broadcast as individual episodes on ABC during the 1992-1993 television season.

Bonus features: One-hour ABC broadcast of the season finale ; featurette: At last: the final episode ; interview with Bob Brush, executive producer ; From the vault: Alley Mills and Bob Brush letters.

Contents

  • Homecoming
  • Fishing
  • Scenes from a wedding
  • Sex and economics
  • Politics as usual
  • White lies
  • Wayne and Bonnie
  • Devin delivers
  • The test
  • Let nothing you dismay
  • New years
  • Alice in Autoland
  • Ladies and gentlemen, the Rolling Stones
  • Unpacking
  • Hulk Arnold
  • Nose
  • Eclipse
  • Poker
  • The little women
  • Reunion
  • Summer
  • Independence Day.

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