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The Wonder Years 6 Seasons

Season 2
4.7 out of 5 stars (54) IMDb 8.3/10

Coming-of-age comedy series set in the late 1960s, focusing on the trials and tribulations of young Kevin Arnold and his family, as he enters junior high school and becomes a teenager.

Starring:
Fred Savage, Dan Lauria

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1. The Heart Of Darkness

Kevin has been having recurring nightmares about finding himself in a cave. He attempts to act cool after Winnie starts dating Kirk McCray (Michael Landes) and hanging out with all the cool kids.

CC TV-PG November 30, 1988 23 minutes

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2. Our Miss White

Kevin develops a crush on Miss White (Wendel Meldrum), his English teacher. She persuades him to play Robert Kennedy, the lead role, in a school play that she has written.

CC TV-PG December 7, 1988 23 minutes

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3. Christmas

Kevin and his older brother Wayne (Jason Hervey) try to convince their father to buy a color television for Christmas.

CC TV-PG December 14, 1988 22 minutes

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4. Steady as She Goes

Rumors spread that Winnie and Kirk are going to break up, but later Kevin sees Kirk holding up a sign: "I am sorry, Winnie."

CC TV-PG January 11, 1989 23 minutes

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5. Just Between Me and You and Kirk and Paul and Carla and Becky and John and Susan and Winnie and Eddie and Mary

Kirk McCray asks Kevin to find out whether or not Winnie still likes him. While speaking to her, Winnie tells Kevin that she will break up with Kirk soon.

TV-PG January 18, 1989 23 minutes

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6. Pottery Will Get You Nowhere

When Kevin's mother, Norma (Alley Mills) decides to take a pottery class, Jack is less than excited for his wife which deeply disappoints her.

CC TV-PG February 1, 1989 22 minutes

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7. Coda

Kevin dislikes his piano lessons, until Mrs. Carples (Maxine Stuart) tells Norma that Kevin has talent. He continues taking lessons, and improves his playing.

CC TV-PG February 8, 1989 23 minutes

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8. Hiroshima, Mon Frere

Wayne's (Jason Hervey) bullying goes way too far when he tortures and kills Kevin and Paul's hamster test subject of an experiment for science class.

CC TV-PG February 15, 1989 23 minutes

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9. Loosiers

Paul likes to play basketball, but he's not very good at it.

CC TV-PG February 28, 1989 23 minutes

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10. Walk Out

Kevin and other students on the student council try to organize a peace walk out to protest America's involvement in the Vietnam War.

CC TV-PG March 7, 1989 23 minutes

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11. Nemesis

Kevin learns a lesson about talking behind someone's back and making jokes about his friends.

CC TV-PG March 14, 1989 23 minutes

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12. Fate

Winnie is still angry with Kevin for talking about her behind her back. Kevin stands up for her honor against school bully Eddie Pinetti (Bobby Jacoby).

CC TV-PG March 28, 1989 22 minutes

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13. Birthday Boy

When Kevin's 13th birthday falls on the same day as Paul's Bar Mitzvah, he feels left out, especially since his family isn't really planning anything.

CC TV-PG April 11, 1989 23 minutes

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14. Brightwing

Kevin becomes his sister Karen's confidant and accomplice when he discovers she is skipping school with her friends Julie (Devon Pierce) and Sandy (Kyra Stempel) to go to their hippie hangout.

CC TV-PG April 18, 1989 22 minutes

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15. Square Dance

When Kevin is partnered with class weirdo, Margaret Farquar (Lindsey Fisher), he tries to keep away from her; especially when she tries to become his friend.

CC TV-PG May 2, 1989 22 minutes

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16. Whose Woods These Are

Kevin, Winnie and Paul try to stop the destruction of Harper's Woods, their childhood hangout.

CC TV-PG May 9, 1989 23 minutes

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17. How I'm Spending My Summer Vacation

It's the end of seventh grade for Kevin and a summer full of changes in his life. Winnie's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cooper (H. Richard Greene and Lynn Milgrim) are separating.

CC TV-PG May 16, 1989 23 minutes

Product Details

Genres Drama, Romance, Comedy
Director Steve Miner
Starring Fred Savage, Dan Lauria
Supporting actors Alley Mills, Olivia d'Abo, Jason Hervey, Danica McKellar, Josh Saviano, Shantel Cropper, Linda Hoy, Donnie Jeffcoat, Michael Landes, Breckin Meyer, Dave Stern, Daniel Stern
Network ABC
Producers Caroline Baron, Carol Black, Bob Brush, Neal Marlens, Steve Miner, Jeffrey Silver
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

Customer Reviews

Top Customer Reviews

Format: VHS Tape
As a devoted fan of the Wonder Years, I must say that I was disappointed in this video collection. Not only is the quality poor (fading in and out, scratchiness, etc.) but there are only two episodes per video (on this one and on vol. 1). I appreciate the early episodes, but they definitely made a mistake by passing up some of the gems of the later seasons ("The Lake"/cara episode, "Goodbye", anything with Becky Slater...and of course, the 2-part series finale). Unless you're desperate and this is truly your only option, I would recommend holding out until something better comes along.
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Wonder Years was one of the most captivating and favorite shows I've followed in the 90's. Watching re-runs on TV can bring that sense of nostalgia because the show was that impactful. It doesn't necessarily have to appeal to hardcore fans. The show contains mild comedy and that 'coming-of-age' style story that makes it one of the best dramas in 90's TV.

The show chronicles the life of Kevin Arnold, a caucasian middle-class adolecent growing up on the well titled wonder years or the 60's. Basically, he gives us his anecdote about growing up in those years and how he as an adolecent overcame most of life's obstacles - something many teens face. The best thing about the show was that it contained some situations that many teens faced in life - here we see how to overcome it and the hilarity and familiarity of it. It's also about love, family and high school. The show's fame mirrored onto shows such as Dilbert, Hey Arnold and The Simpsons - where the narrator Daniel Stern voiced Bart's adventures as he assumed the role of Kevin Arnold.

The show has a strong premise. We all have experienced love, loss, fights, authroity, being grounded and ambition. The Wonder Years started out a bit shaky but eventually gained fame after showing with perfection how a normal adolecent hurdle life's obstacles while living through the 60's. The show is very recommenable. If the DVD set ever comes out, you should purchase it then.
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By Kellie on August 11, 2000
Format: VHS Tape
The episodes on this video both really make you think. Not only are they both amusing, they also capture your heart. "My Father's Office" is a father-son episode, in which Kevin goes to work with his father and uncovers a few mysteries of the life of his father. He learns a few reasons why his father is the way he is. "Angel" is a funnier episode than the first, but it still manages to have a moral at the end and make you think. In it Karen, Kevin's older sister, has a new boyfriend, that Kevin discovers is cheating on her and Kevin tries to find ways to get rid of him. So if you're a Wonder Years fan, I reccommend you add this great video to your collection!
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Now I know why I loved this show when I was 13 years old. One of the best written shows of all time. The show is very touching and funny at the same time. The actors are all awesome, very talented. this show and life goes on are very touching and unique.. they don"t make great shows like this anymore. Proud to be a fan of this show.
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A very good & nostalgic show. I could not stand the immaturity and idiocy of big brither Wayne, and thought he added nothing to the show except an annoying distraction. He should have been more developed as a character or "lost" as was done with the big brother in Happy Days! This show needs to be available on DVD.
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Bring back Wonder Years!!!!! My husband and I are considering not renewing our Amazon Prime membership if the Winder Years isn't available! Highly disappointed that it's no longer available.
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Watching the Wonder Years on Prime is excellent. The show is still as classy as the day it was made. The sad part though is the music. The intro is a cover of Joe Cocker's original "Little Help from My Friends". Without Joe's vocals leading the show's intro, same of the nostalgia that riddles the series for me is lost. The other scene where I clearly noticed the lack of original music was the episode "How I spent My Summer Vacation". After Winnie kisses Kevin, Kevin gets ready for the party to the tune of the Doors "Light My Fire", a classic that so well captured the fun nature of Kevin's new found confidence and attitude towards his relationship with Winnie and once again fills the mind with nostalgia. It has now been replaced with some random song that has a few similar notes to sadly mimic the original Doors' song but ends up falling very short. I understand that to get the music rights for all of those songs for the DVD or Amazon Prime "syndication" is expensive and difficult. But from an observational stand point, it has a negative effect on the series. As they say, there's nothing like the original hence the 4/5 stars.
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The Wonder Years is a show about innocence in a time not so innocent. The naration parallel to the beautiful script and hilarious acting, make the trip down memory lane a lot easier to swallow. Which, I assume, is it's initiative. As for these two episodes, the first is a must see. For those who had a father figure, this is a must see. It may make you want to reconsider the relationship with your son, or daughter. The other episode is another classic in a very classy t.v. show that will hopefully teach you as much as it has taught me about myself and my past.
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