The Wonder Years

Season 4 Episode 2

Ninth Grade Man

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Aired Unknown Sep 26, 1990 on ABC
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Ninth Grade Man
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Winnie is nervous about starting a new school, so she gets Kevin to promise to think about her every hour on the hour. Kevin finds this promise harder to keep than he thought when he loses his locker to Tony Barbella, is enrolled in shop class, and meets a new girl in French class, Madeleine.moreless

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    Charles Tyner

    Charles Tyner

    Mr. Nestor

    Guest Star

    Julie Condra

    Julie Condra

    Madeline

    Guest Star

    Julie Payne

    Julie Payne

    Mrs. Falcinella

    Guest Star

    Josh Berman

    Josh Berman

    Guillomme

    Recurring Role

    Crystal McKellar

    Crystal McKellar

    Becky Slater

    Recurring Role

    Robert Picardo

    Robert Picardo

    Coach Cutlip

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      • Narrator: Once upon a time life was simple. Evolutionarily speaking. Then, things began to change. The competition got tougher. There were winners... and losers. The struggle continued. Then in the fall of nineteen-seventy, a new creature appeared... the likes of which had never been seen before. Noble, upright, virtuous. Ninth-grade man. Master of all he surveyed. Which in this case was Woody's Pizza Barn where the elite went to meet. Yep, by the last week of summer I was feeling pretty good about myself.

      • Narrator: Ninth grade man. Noble, upright, virtuous. I went into my last year of Junior High thinking I knew all the answers. And suddenly all I had was questions. (Kevin flexes his hand) Plus a dislocated thumb. It's funny. I remembered the time when I knew who I was. But that was eight hours ago. Suddenly I felt on the outside, looking in. Looking for... Winnie. I wanted to tell her everything, every bit of it. All the setbacks, all the screw-ups. Heck. I knew she'd understand. After all when you're fourteen, you can't always put words to life. All I knew was... I felt home again.

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