David Schwimmer continues his guest starring role as Michael, demonstrating his love for Karen on the Arnolds’ front lawn in a very romantic scene in the pouring rain.
Bonus features include exclusive interviews with Olivia d’Abo and David Schwimmer as well as a love stories featurette. Kevin, Paul, and Winnie enter 11th grade and are growing up – dealing with sex, lies, and the lure of rock and roll.
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Premiering after the 1988 Super Bowl, The Wonder Years captured the hearts of audiences and critics alike with the trials and tribulations of young Kevin Arnold as he enters junior high.
Winnie and Kevin struggle to maintain their relationship, suffering heartbreak, denial, and even injury in the tear-jerker episode, “The Accident.” It’s a roller coaster ride, but the gang makes it to graduation and kisses Kennedy Junior High goodbye.
After a brief stint at the lake and equally brief summer romance, Kevin returns home to start school at Mc Kinley High.
There’s also tension at home as Jack gets a new position that takes him on the road, Norma starts work at Kevin’s school, and Wayne and Kevin battle it out for Karen’s room.
In Season 1, Kevin experiences the ups and downs of young love, his school’s well-intentioned, though comedic, attempts at classroom sex education, and the incredible social pressures behind an innocent junior high dance.
The peace-love movement hits close to home when Kevin’s sister Karen (Olivia d’Abo) falls for a college-aged, VW bus-driving hippie (future star John Corbett), as does the dark reality of the Vietnam War when his cool neighbor Brian Cooper is killed in action.
From his first kiss with Winnie Cooper to his friendship with Paul Pfeiffer and the ups and downs of the Arnold family, fans shared in laughter, love, loss, and above all, wonder.
Now you can own a piece of television history with a limited-edition Wonder Years set hand-signed by Fred Savage, Danica Mc Kellar, and other cast.
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