The Wonder Years

Season 3 Episode 5

On the Spot

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Aired Unknown Nov 07, 1989 on ABC
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On the Spot
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Kevin, Paul and Winnie become involved in a production of "Our Town." Trouble begins when Winnie gets stage fright. Kevin thinks he's set because all he has to do is operate the spotlight.

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    Nicholas Hormann

    Nicholas Hormann

    Mr. Weber

    Guest Star

    Joe Elrady

    Joe Elrady

    Stage Manager

    Guest Star

    Parker Jacobs

    Parker Jacobs

    Mr. Webb

    Guest Star

    H. Richard Greene

    H. Richard Greene

    Mr. Cooper

    Recurring Role

    Sean Baca

    Sean Baca

    Craig Hobson

    Recurring Role

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      • Narrator: I couldn't exactly say we made theater history that autumn evening… maybe we weren't even very good. The thing is, it didn't matter. We made it though. And the critics were kind. And a week later… Mr. Cooper moved back in with his family.

      • Narrator: It was humiliating. I wanted to just walk away. But then, then I realized I couldn't walk away. She looked beautiful. And terrified. And I knew she needed me. Those next few minutes seemed to last a thousand years. Every moment was potential disaster. We were both struggling. And then, a weird thing happened. I was holding the light on Winnie, when everything got very quiet. And I felt something. I don't know what it was. I felt like I was holding her up with that light. That we were connected by the light. And I wouldn't let her fall. No matter what - I wouldn't let her fall. That night I learned something. About courage… And maybe about love.

      • Narrator: There's a broken heart for every light on Broadway.

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      • Featured Music:
        "There's No Business Like Show Business" by Ethel Merman
        "That's Entertainment" by JAM
        "Our Town" by Aaron Copeland

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