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The Wonder Years

Season 3 Episode 23

Moving

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Aired Unknown May 16, 1990 on ABC
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When Jack begins to complain about dry rot in the house, Kevin begins to think that his father might consider moving. When it is revealed that the Arnolds are staying put and it is the Coopers who are moving out, Kevin buys Winnie a ring as "insurance." Kevin decides to attend Karen's graduation from high school rather than watch Winnie leave.moreless

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SUBMIT REVIEW
    David Byrd

    David Byrd

    Jeweler

    Guest Star

    Lynn Milgrim

    Lynn Milgrim

    Mrs. Cooper

    Guest Star

    Sean Baca

    Sean Baca

    Craig Hobson

    Recurring Role

    Ben Stein

    Ben Stein

    Mr. Cantwell

    Recurring Role

    H. Richard Greene

    H. Richard Greene

    Mr. Cooper

    Recurring Role

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      • Narrator: As for me? Well, I had my own distances to cover: four miles - New York to Paris. (Kevin starts riding his bike down the street, presumably toward Winnie's new house) The thing is, until Winnie left, everything in the world was outside my front door. But now, maybe the world would have to get a little bigger.

      • Narrator: Thirteen is a crazy age. You're too young to vote and too old not to be in love. You live in a house someone else owns...but your dreams are already somewhere else. You face the future armed with nothing but the money you've earned from mowing lawns and a nine-dollar ring with a purple stone. And you hope against hope that'll be enough.

      • Narrator: In 13-year-old terms [your girlfriend moving four miles away was], approximately the distance from New York to Paris.

      • Narrator: There was a time when the world was enormous, spanning the vast, almost infinite boundaries of... your neighborhood - the place where you grew up; where you didn't think twice about playing on someone else's lawn... and the street was your territory that occasionally got invaded by a passing car. It was where you didn't get called home until after it was dark. And all the people, and all the houses that surrounded you were as familiar as the things in your own room. And you knew they would never change.

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