The Wonder Years

Season 4 Episode 22

Graduation

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Aired Unknown May 08, 1991 on ABC
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As Kevin graduates from Junior High, he wants to believe nothing will change, but he learns that things can and do change when he discovers Paul is going to a private school in the coming year. Winnie is also anxious about the future. And Kevin has to drive Mrs. Heimer to the hospital when she goes into labor.moreless

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    Stephanie Satie

    Stephanie Satie

    Ida Pfeiffer

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    Torrey Anne Cook

    Torrey Anne Cook

    Debbie Pfeiffer

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    Wendel Meldrum

    Wendel Meldrum

    Mrs. Heimer

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      • Narrator: Ninteen-seventy-one was a big year. Hot-pants were invented. Dennie McLaine lost twenty two games for the Washington Senators. And I graduated from junior high school. But... we'll get to that. In the three years since I'd entered seventh-grade... a lot of things had changed. Still, in the suburbs where I lived, the currency of life remained about the same. The whir of lawn-mowers. The cries of hide-and-seek. The dreams of parents. The struggles of children.

      • Narrator: I couldn't really say what I did that summer. It passed in kind of a blur. What I remember... are green lawns and sprinklers... and the smell of backyard grills. And the nearness of friends.
        (Wayne steps onto the porch.)
        Wayne: Hey. Butthead. (Gestures.) Dinner's ready.
        Kevin: In a minute.
        Narrator: There was time. Ahead lay new places - other days. But for now...
        Paul: So. Next year we get our driver's licenses, huh?
        Kevin: Yeah. (Nods.)
        Narrator: I never wanted it to end.

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      • Raye Birk makes his final appearance in this episode.

      • Featured Music:
        "Turn! Turn! Turn!" by The Byrds
        "I Think It's Going To Rain Today" by Randy Newman
        "Pomp And Circumstance" by Sir Edward Elgar
        "With a Little Help from My Friends" by Joe Cocker
        "Come Softly to Me" by The Fleetwoods
        "Here Comes the Sun" by Joe Cocker
        "In My Life" by Judy Collins

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