The Wonder Years

Season 6 Episode 7

Wayne and Bonnie

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Aired Unknown Nov 11, 1992 on ABC
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Wayne and Bonnie
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Wayne has fallen head-over-heels for Bonnie, a 23-year-old divorcee who has a child. Norma and Wayne fight about him wanting to move in with her. Kevin, meanwhile, is feeling lonely and wants desperately to talk with Winnie - to apologize and because he realizes he really needs her.moreless

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    Paula Marshall

    Paula Marshall

    Bonnie Douglas

    Guest Star

    Heather Allen

    Heather Allen

    Cindy Fleming

    Guest Star

    Bret Anthony

    Bret Anthony

    Phil Stephens

    Guest Star

    Giovanni Ribisi

    Giovanni Ribisi

    Jeff Billings

    Recurring Role

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      • Narrator: My father worked at NORCOM over half his life. And eventually... he rose to the ranks of middle management. Where every day, was filled with crisis... challenges... and Rol-Aids. Yep... through the years my father had given a lot to NORCOM. And now... he had given them... Wayne. My brother had been employed in the mail-room for about six months. Don't ask me how. And if his work-ethic didn't exactly match Dad's... at least he was trying to find a niche for himself. Make new acquaintances. Bonnie Douglas. She was twenty-three, funny, smart, and, oh yeah - divorced. It was no wonder Wayne felt the way he did. Whatever Dad felt about all of this... he was keeping it to himself. Like all the Arnold men... he had a lot of things on his mind.

      • Narrator: It was that simple. And it was that complex. Love can kill you. It can tear you apart. But if you're very lucky... it can bring you back together. Sometimes love is unexpected... and unpredictable. And sometimes... you just have to go with your heart. And hope for the best.

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