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The Wonder Years

Season 4 Episode 6

Little Debbie

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Aired Unknown Nov 07, 1990 on ABC
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Little Debbie
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Paul's sister Debbie needs someone to take her to a cotillion and Kevin is guilted into the task. Meanwhile, Paul, Doug and Randy go to the football game to watch cheerleader Dena Delgado.

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    Annie Waterman

    Annie Waterman

    Teacher

    Guest Star

    Vanessa Brown

    Vanessa Brown

    Punch Lady

    Guest Star

    Stefanie Scott

    Stefanie Scott

    Girl #1

    Guest Star

    Torrey Anne Cook

    Torrey Anne Cook

    Debbie Pfeiffer

    Recurring Role

    Stephanie Satie

    Stephanie Satie

    Ida Pfeiffer

    Recurring Role

    Brandon Crane

    Brandon Crane

    Doug Porter

    Recurring Role

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      • Narrator: Heck - I was no Superman. Not really, anyway. But if Debbie Pfeiffer needed a hero... so be it. She had plenty of time to grow up, and figure it out on her own. After all, a little stardust in the eyes never hurt anybody. Least of all, me. As for Mr. Pfeiffer's five dollars... we put it to good use. We got the eight-by-ten, and a dozen wallet-size.

      • Narrator: Every generation has its idols. Guys who were our heroes. Guys who defined "cool". Guys who drive chicks crazy. My generation produced a ton of these guys. The Beatles... Mick Jagger... and, of course... yours truly. OK, so I didn't have a Top 10 single. I did have the one thing every teen idol needs. A fan. Debbie Pfeiffer, Paul's little sister. Debbie was a seventh-grader now, and, to put it mildly, she thought I put the moon in the sky... and told the stars to shine. It was kinda flattering, I guess. It was also kinda... nauseating. And the worst thing was... no matter how hard I tried to ignore it... it... wouldn't ignore me. Not to seem insensitive, but a man of my years had more important things to think about, than moony little girls. Things like... (flash to cheerleaders) School spirit. Around the halls of RFK, morale was at an all-time high. For the guys, anyway. Football fever was in the air. There was, of course, a reason. (One particular cheerleader seems well-endowed in the sweater area.) Make that two reasons. Deanna Delgado. Synonymous with... Deanna inspired us. Like the Statue of Liberty. Or the Bill of Rights.

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