The Wonder Years

Season 5 Episode 5

Full Moon Rising

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Aired Unknown Oct 30, 1991 on ABC
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When Ricky Halsenbach turns 16, Kevin and friends decide to go cruising for chicks. Kevin gets into trouble with Cindy after she catches him in a lie. Purdle moons Kevin's parents from Ricky's car.

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    Heather McComb

    Heather McComb

    Cindy

    Guest Star

    Parker Jacobs

    Parker Jacobs

    Purdle the Turtle

    Guest Star

    Maria Parkinson

    Maria Parkinson

    Lady Cop

    Guest Star

    Michael Tricario

    Michael Tricario

    Randy Mitchell

    Recurring Role

    Scott Nemes

    Scott Nemes

    Ricky Halsenbach

    Recurring Role

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      • Narrator: Adolescence is kind of a screwy time. A time of hope and confusion. It's a race to find out who you really are. But if there's one thing teenager knows, it's this. Stated simply... if you want to be a star... you gotta have a car. Cars - the ultimate dream of every red-blooded American kid. Cars meant freedom, status, maturity. If you were old enough to drive, the world was your oyster. But, if you weren't... your world was more of a sardine - to really stretch an analogy. Without wheels, life was one indignity after another. A series of humiliations. And faced with these constant embarrassments... you look for any small way to elevate your status. The trick was to keep your friends jealous. Fact was, we all knew the bottom-line. To be truly free and functioning high-school men, what we needed... was a car.

      • Narrator: We didn't really accomplish anything that night. Nothing of any real importance, anyway. But through the high school years that lay ahead... there would be a thousand other nights, just like that one. Stupid, ridiculous... and glorious.

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