The Wonder Years

Season 6 Episode 1

Homecoming

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Aired Unknown Sep 23, 1992 on ABC
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While Kevin tries to take his relationship with Winnie another step, Wayne's friend Wart returns from Vietnam a changed man. Kevin decides to steal the opposing team's mascot at the homecoming football game, but the childish prank is overshadowed by a realization of how Wart has been affected by the war.moreless

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Don Perry

Don Perry

Mr. Deeks

Guest Star

Michael Alaimo

Michael Alaimo

Eddie

Guest Star

Scott Menville

Scott Menville

Wart

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Giovanni Ribisi

Giovanni Ribisi

Jeff Billings

Recurring Role

Scott Nemes

Scott Nemes

Ricky Halsenbach

Recurring Role

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  • QUOTES (2)

    • Narrator: There was a road that ran near the edge of my town. Out where the suburbs were still farms. I used to go there nights, that autumn of nineteen-seventy-two. I was sixteen. I had a girl. I had a car. I had a job. I was full of night... and life. I just wasn't ready to go home. That year, I traveled streets I'd never known before. I pushed against the limits of my suburban life. I had no idea exactly what lay ahead. All I knew was... I was running out of time. And I was gonna bust if something didn't happen... soon. In nineteen-seventy-two, the country was at war. With its armies... with its ideals... with itself. The dreams of the '60's were battling a new decade. And things were happening everywhere. Well, almost everywhere.
      Mr. Deeks: Open your books to chapter six, section thirteen. The rise of post-agricultural Europe.
      Narrator: Eleventh-grade. The no-man's land of public education.

    • Narrator: They say men are children, but sometimes children are men; maybe that's where the confusion lies... All I knew was that night the world suddenly seemed very big and I felt very small, so I did what I could...1972 was a crazy time. Kids played football, drove cars, went to school, celebrated life; while soldiers, heroes, their brothers struggled to find their way home from war; and young boys watched and grew wiser in their dreams.

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    • The sixth season features a complete overhaul in the opening credits, as no longer are images shown of the cast members. Instead, famous pictures from that era are shown as the actors' names are listed. Olivia d'Abo's (Karen Arnold) name is also removed from the opening credits as of this episode, the only change in the main cast during the show's six-year run.

    • Featured Music:
      "Cherish" by The Association

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