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The Wonder Years

Seasons: 6
Episodes: 115
User ratings: 31,661
Average rating: 8.3

Comedy, Drama, Family, Romance

Kevin Arnold recalls growing up during the late 60s and early 70s; the turbulent social times make the transition from child to adult unusually interesting.

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In 1968, friends Kevin Arnold, Paul Pfeiffer, and Winnie Cooper attend the newly renamed Robert F Kennedy Junior High for the first time.
User ratings: 472
Average rating: 9.0
As Winnie Cooper deals with the passing of her brother Brian, Kevin and Paul contend with the ups and downs of sex education. Feeling that Coach Cutlip isn't teaching them what they need to know, Kevin and Paul try to get their hands on a copy of the book "Everything you wanted to know about sex, but were afraid to ask."
User ratings: 304
Average rating: 8.6
My Father's Office
After Kevin asks his Dad about what he does at work, Mr. Arnold brings his son to work at NORCOM and shows him around.
User ratings: 315
Average rating: 8.8
Kevin's older sister Karen doesn't communicate with her parents anymore, and it's all because of her new boyfriend, Louis. And things are only made worse when Louis comes to dinner. Kevin finds out that Louis is cheating on Karen, but suspects that Karen already knows and is fine with it. Only, she doesn't know, and when finds out, she's not fine with it.
User ratings: 266
Average rating: 8.3
The Phone Call
Kevin tries to get up the courage to call Lisa Berlini. Paul tries to find out if Lisa likes Kevin by consulting the junior high grapevine.
User ratings: 250
Average rating: 8.5
Dance with Me
Kevin asks Lisa Berlini to go to the dance with him. She agrees to go with Kevin, but when Brad Gaines asks her to go, Lisa decides to go with him instead of Kevin. While sitting with Winnie and Paul during lunch, Kevin feels himself falling back in love with Winnie. Kevin asks Winnie to go to the dance, but she's already going with Kirk McCray. Kevin tries to make Winnie jealous by asking a random girl to dance with him right in front of Winnie.
User ratings: 242
Average rating: 8.7
Heart of Darkness
Kevin and Paul lie to their parents so they can spend a night of camping with a kid from their school who is anything but an angel.
User ratings: 213
Average rating: 8.3
Our Miss White
Kevin gets a crush on his English teacher, Miss White, who convinces him to play Robert Kennedy in a play she has written about Martin Luther King, Jr.. Only, he's having trouble getting her to see him as more than a 7th grader.
User ratings: 213
Average rating: 8.5
Kevin and Wayne try to convince Jack to buy a color television for Christmas. Meanwhile Kevin tries to find the perfect present for Winnie after she unexpectedly gives him a present.
User ratings: 227
Average rating: 8.5
Steady as She Goes
Kevin's continuing longing for Winnie has caused him to become frustrated with being alone. And it's not helping that his best friend, Paul, now has Carla. When Kevin reaches his breaking point, he ends up asking Becky Slater to go steady, even though it's just to make Winnie jealous.
User ratings: 212
Average rating: 8.7
Just Between Me and You and Kirk and Paul and Carla and Becky
Kevin and Kirk McCray both want to know which one Winnie really likes. Kevin struggles with his feelings for Winnie.
User ratings: 215
Average rating: 8.9
Pottery Will Get You Nowhere
Norma begins taking a pottery class and receives support from everyone except Jack.
User ratings: 204
Average rating: 8.7
Kevin feels that his piano lessons with Mrs. Carples aren't doing him any good. While most people are quick to commend Mrs. Carples' student Ronald Hirschmuller, Mrs Carples still feels that Kevin has got musical potential, if he'd just apply himself more to practicing.
User ratings: 211
Average rating: 8.4
Hiroshima, Mon Frere
Wayne's bullying of Kevin has been getting pretty out-of-hand lately. but when he interferes in a big way with Kevin and Paul's Science Project, Wayne may have gone too far.
User ratings: 188
Average rating: 8.3
When Kevin sees that Paul is being humiliated at basketball during physical education class, he decides to go to Coach Cutlip to complain about how he thinks teams are being unfairly picked. Cutlip then decides to teach Kevin a lesson about fairness by making him a team captain.
User ratings: 198
Average rating: 8.4
Walk Out
Kevin along with kids from his school plan to schedule a walkout to protest the Vietnam War. However, when the assistant principal, Mr. Diperna, finds out about the planned walkout, he threatens to suspend all who participate.
User ratings: 195
Average rating: 8.6
Now that Kevin is back together with Winnie Cooper (after hurting Becky Slater's feelings), Kevin thinks his problems are behind them. Until he remembers how he ridiculed his friends (including Winnie!)behind their backs to impress Becky, who doesn't seem too happy to have been dumped.
User ratings: 194
Average rating: 8.8
With Winnie still upset at him, Kevin tries to get back on good terms with her by confronting Eddie Pinetti, the school bully, for going into her locker. This plan backfires when he realizes that Winnie is now seeing Eddie.
User ratings: 177
Average rating: 8.3
Birthday Boy
Paul Pfeiffer and Kevin Arnold's birthdays are just days apart, and the two friends have usually always celebrated together. But this year, upon turning 13 Paul(as per Jewish Tradition), will become a man. The only problem is that Paul's Bar Mitzvah happens to take place on the same day as Kevin's Birthday!
User ratings: 186
Average rating: 8.2
To get closer to his sister, Kevin agrees to run errands for her before school. He soon discovers that she is skipping school to hang out with her friends at the "rock".
User ratings: 179
Average rating: 8.2
Square Dance
The gym class is engaging in square-dancing, and Kevin is paired up with Margaret Farquhar, the strangest girl in 7th grade. While Margaret enjoys spending time with Kevin, her presence makes Kevin wary of his junior-high image.
User ratings: 246
Average rating: 8.9
Whose Woods Are These?
Kevin, Winnie & Paul band together to save their childhood playground of Harper's Woods from becoming a shopping mall. The only problem is, no one seems to care.
User ratings: 180
Average rating: 8.3
How I'm Spending My Summer Vacation
As the end of school approaches, Kevins looks forward to spending the summer with Paul and Winnie. However his wonderful summer is spoiled when Paul tells hims that he'll be going his parent's cabin until Labor Day and Winnie seems to be avoiding him.
User ratings: 190
Average rating: 8.7
Summer Song
The Arnold family and Paul Pfeiffer travel to Ocean City for a little fun in the sun. However, once there, no one really seems to be having any. Paul's allergies flare up, and Wayne and Karen's attitudes are making it nothing like the family trips from long ago. Kevin is still stinging from the news the Winnie Cooper has a new boyfriend, until he meets a cute (but older) girl named Teri.
User ratings: 226
Average rating: 8.8
Math Class
Kevin is having problems in his new math class, and he thinks that it's because his teacher is completely unreasonable.
User ratings: 192
Average rating: 8.6
Wayne on Wheels
Wayne finally gets his driver's license, but doesn't sit well with his new job of driving Kevin and Paul around.
User ratings: 177
Average rating: 8.4
Mom Wars
When Mom grows concerned about Kevin playing rough in touch football after school, Kevin has to make a choice.
User ratings: 178
Average rating: 8.7
On the Spot
Kevin joins the school play just to get out of Gym class, while Winnie and Paul seem to take it very seriously. Winnie has problems with her performance, and Kevin unexpectedly helps her during the show.
User ratings: 167
Average rating: 8.5
Odd Man Out
When Kevin and Paul have a disagreement, they decide to find new best friends. Kevin starts hanging around with Doug Porter while Paul befriends Brady Ryland.
User ratings: 158
Average rating: 8.2
The Family Car
The Arnold Family's car seems to be on it's last legs, but Dad just can't bring himself around to buy a new car for the family.
User ratings: 165
Average rating: 8.4
The Pimple
Just when the Pruitts and their daughter Gina are coming to visit, Kevin gets struck by the most debilitating thing to ever hit a teenager: a pimple! With only a few days until the Pruitts arrive, Kevin resorts to all kinds of methods to get rid of the unsightly blemish.
User ratings: 156
Average rating: 8.0
Math Class Squared
While still having problem in his math class, Kevin makes the decision that the only way to get good grades is to cheat.
User ratings: 164
Average rating: 8.6
Rock 'n Roll
New student Larry Beeman turns Kevin on to the wonders of rock and roll. Pretty soon, Kevin purchases his own guitar and is rocking with Larry and his band.
User ratings: 173
Average rating: 8.0
Don't You Know Anything About Women?
Kevin wants to ask Susan Fisher to the next school dance, but can't find the courage. Wanting to help him out, his lab partner Linda offers to go with him, 'as friends.'
User ratings: 238
Average rating: 9.0
The Powers That Be
Grandpa Arnold visits the family and gives Kevin a puppy as a gift, but both Kevin and the pup get caught up in the middle of tensions between Jack Arnold and his father.
User ratings: 160
Average rating: 8.5
She, My Friend and I
Paul and his girlfriend Carla have a falling out. Wanting to make his friend feel better, Kevin offers to set Paul up with Winnie. At first Kevin is happy about the idea, but after awhile, he begins to wonder if he's made a mistake.
User ratings: 164
Average rating: 8.6
The St. Valentine's Day Massacre
On Valentine's Day with Winnie upset at him, Kevin decides to send her a valentine to try and win her over. However his plan goes awry when the valentine is accidentally delivered to Becky Slater, who then thinks that Kevin wants her back.
User ratings: 199
Average rating: 9.0
The Tree House
Kevin and his Dad decide to build a tree house in the backyard. However, their father/son bonding is soon derailed when their work gives them a birds-eye view of an attractive female neighbor.
User ratings: 172
Average rating: 8.4
The Glee Club
The 8th Grade Boys Glee Club can't seem to carry a tune, but a new teacher named Miss Haycock is determined to rectify that.
User ratings: 171
Average rating: 8.0
Night Out
Newly coupled Kevin and Winnie are pressured into attending a notorious make-out party. While at the party, it seems just like any other 8th grade party ... until the lights get turned off.
User ratings: 164
Average rating: 8.8
Kevin is forced to ponder life and death after he's asked to write his obituary for a school assignment. Jack Arnold is facing the annual burden of tax season, and Norma usually does most of the work, but she "faces death" when she loses all the receipts for the year. All the while, astronauts on Apollo 13 also face death in space.
User ratings: 162
Average rating: 8.4
The Unnatural
Kevin is persuaded the the baseball coach to try out for the team. But for some reason, even though he's not playing as well as some of the other players he keeps making it to the next cut. Is because he's better than he thought or could it have something to do with the fact that Kevin's dad saved the coach's life when they were in the war together?
User ratings: 156
Average rating: 8.1
Kevin's grades in Mr Collin's Math class are not that good. After talking to Kevin, Mr Collins suggests that he could give him extra lessons to help him on the upcoming test. Kevin seems to be getting better, until one day when Mr Collins fails to show up.
User ratings: 398
Average rating: 9.5
Cocoa and Sympathy
When Paul is voted "Brainiest" on this years Lisa Berlini Poll, he goes through some self esteem problems. That is until Kevin's mom tries to help Paul's confidence and in return Paul develops a crush on Kevin's mom.
User ratings: 161
Average rating: 8.5
Daddy's Little Girl
Karen's 18th birthday is coming up and everybody in the Arnold household is preparing for it but her. But is it because she doesn't want such a pointless traditional or because she's not ready for it?
User ratings: 190
Average rating: 8.8
When Jack finds dry rot in the house, the mention of moving out gets Kevin worried. But after those worries a squashed, Jack lets it slip out that the Coopers are moving away instead. In order to secure their relationship, Kevin buys Winnie a ring, but Winnie decides that it's best to face the inevitable and just break up. Kevin decides to attend Karen's graduation from high school instead of watching Winnie leave.
User ratings: 168
Average rating: 8.7
Growing Up
With the end of the summer approaching, the Arnolds decide to attend Jack's Labor Day work picnic. When it is learned that Jack was passed over for a promotion that goes to one of his rivals, tensions grow high between him and Kevin, who wants to prove that he is no longer a little kid.
User ratings: 168
Average rating: 8.5
Ninth Grade Man
On his first day of the ninth grade, Kevin is bullied out of his locker, humiliated by Becky Slater, scheduled for the wrong class, and meets a new girl who diverts his attention away from thinking of Winnie Cooper who is now at a different school.
User ratings: 169
Average rating: 8.6
The Journey
Hearing that some 10th-Grade girls are having a slumber party, Kevin, Paul and the guys travel across town in the dark of night to try and get in on the action.
User ratings: 166
Average rating: 8.4
The Cost of Living
With his allowance not going as far as he hopes, Kevin takes a job as a caddy at a local golf course. However, Kevin is dismayed when he finds out that he's caddying for his Dad's boss at NORCOM (who just happens to be playing golf against Jack Arnold, Kevin's Dad).
User ratings: 164
Average rating: 8.8
It's a Mad, Mad, Madeline World
Kevin receives an I.D. bracelet from Winnie Cooper as a present. The next day, Kevin is assigned to work on a French assignment with an attractive girl named Madeline. However, after working on their project at her house, Kevin rushes out in a panic, leaving Winnie's bracelet behind. Now Kevin has to get the bracelet back in time for his date with Winnie the next night. But how?
User ratings: 176
Average rating: 8.7
Little Debbie
Kevin's plans to attend a homecoming football game with his friend are thwarted when Paul's younger sister Debbie, who idolizes him, asks him to escort her to a dance.
User ratings: 160
Average rating: 8.5
The Ties That Bind
Money is tight around the Arnold household, and things don't look so good when the kitchen stove finally dies. Jack goes to NORCOM to ask for a raise, and gets it, as well as a promotion. With the new stove in the kitchen, it seems the Arnold's problems are over, until it becomes clear that Jack won't be back for Thanksgiving Dinner.
User ratings: 161
Average rating: 8.5
The Sixth Man
When Paul decides to try out for the basketball team, Kevin is convinced that he is just wasting his time. However, when he ends up making the team and his basketball skills improve, it creates a strain in their friendship.
User ratings: 149
Average rating: 8.6
A Very Cutlip Christmas
While at the mall, Kevin is surprised to find gym coach Cutlip playing the seasonal job of Santa Claus. When Cutlip realizes that Kevin knows, he gives him preferential treatment in gym class in hopes that Kevin won't tell his secret.
User ratings: 161
Average rating: 8.5
The Candidate
With Becky Slater as the only candidate for Student Council President, Paul convinces Kevin to run a campaign against her. With the deadline approaching and way behind, Kevin is tempted to use less-than-honest measures to try and win the election.
User ratings: 143
Average rating: 8.1
Both Kevin Arnold and Winnie Cooper's schools are having a joint field trip to the local museum. Kevin figures this will be a great chance to spend some time together with Winnie, but things don't turn out as he planned.
User ratings: 181
Average rating: 8.9
After getting dumped by Winnie, Kevin begins to doubt whether it is really over between them. In hopes of getting her back, he convinces Paul to throw a party and invite Winnie. However, things don't go as planned when Winnie decides to bring her new beau, Roger.
User ratings: 186
Average rating: 9.0
Who's Aunt Rose?
Following the death of a very distant relative, Grandpa Arnold comes to visit and convinces the family to attend the funeral and burial. While at the event, Kevin begins to think about the mortality of his dad and grandfather.
User ratings: 149
Average rating: 7.9
Following a trip to the dentist, Kevin finds out that he needs to have a cavity filled. He puts off going back in fear that he will look like a coward in front of the lovely dental hygienist, who is always complimenting him on his courage.
User ratings: 148
Average rating: 7.9
Buster, the Arnold Family dog, doesn't seem to be behaving himself lately. When it seems that the only course of action is to have him 'fixed,' the family has to make an important decision.
User ratings: 146
Average rating: 7.9
Road Trip
Kevin is forced to take a one-hour drive with his dad to get fitted for a new suit. Things don't go as planned when his dad gets them lost and refuses to listen to Kevin, who desperately tries to help.
User ratings: 141
Average rating: 8.3
When Worlds Collide
When his mom takes a job in the attendance office at his school, Kevin worries that his life is "ruined". After his mom embarrasses him during a fire drill, Kevin tells her to no longer talk to him while at school.
User ratings: 139
Average rating: 8.3
Separate Rooms
Kevin and Wayne are at each other's throats over sharing the same room. When it seems that Karen will no be needing her old room, the two see her moving out as an exciting opportunity. But soon, Wayne and Kevin can't reach an amicable decision over who gets Karen's room, and who stays in the old one.
User ratings: 150
Average rating: 8.6
The Yearbook
Kevin is recruited by the yearbook staff to come up with quotes to describe certain people in school. However, Kevin begins to have second thoughts when it seems that one of his descriptions could hurt one student's feelings.
User ratings: 144
Average rating: 8.2
The Accident
After breaking up two months ago, Kevin sees Winnie for the first time. However, it becomes obvious to him that she has changed and is no longer the same girl that he knew growing up. When he sees that she is now hanging around with 11th graders in cars, he worries that he is nothing more than a piece of her past.
User ratings: 239
Average rating: 9.1
The House That Jack Built
When Karen moves out of the dorms and into an old house that needs fixing up, Jack wants to help with the repairs and drags Kevin along.
User ratings: 144
Average rating: 8.6
On the eve of his graduation from Junior High, Kevin is excited about entering high school next year with Winnie and Paul. However, those feelings change when Paul announces that he will be attending a prep school next year. He begins to fear that his world will change after graduation.
User ratings: 135
Average rating: 8.7
The Wonder Years
A highlight montage of the past seasons. Examines Kevin Arnold's relationship with Winnie Cooper in particular and touches on all the main characters and story lines that have been present so far in the season.
User ratings: 138
Average rating: 8.3
The Lake
The Arnolds and the Pfeiffers take their annual summer fishing trip to Lake Winnihacci. While on the trip, Kevin meets and falls in love with a local girl who seems to have a lot in common with him.
User ratings: 205
Average rating: 8.8
Day One
On his first day of high school, Kevin quickly realizes that it is not quite the same as junior high where he knew everyone and was the high man on the totem pole. He is followed by an annoying classmate, bullied by Wayne, and picked on by an egotistical teacher.
User ratings: 142
Average rating: 8.2
The Hardware Store
Fed up with the low pay at his first regular job, Kevin decides to try for a job at the mall where he can meet girls. He demands a pay raise not expecting to get it. When he does, he quits anyway.
User ratings: 151
Average rating: 8.4
Frank and Denise
Denise and Frank seem to be made for each other, until Denise turns her eye to Kevin because he understands poetry. Although she breaks up with Frank and kisses Kevin, Kev thinks it would be better if she went back to Frank because they are a perfect match.
User ratings: 155
Average rating: 8.3
Full Moon Rising
When Ricky Halsenbach becomes the first of Kevin's friends to turn 16 and get his driver's license, Kevin cancels a weekend date to cruise in a car with the guys and pick up chicks.
User ratings: 132
Average rating: 8.0
With a new girlfriend, Wayne actually becomes nicer and more likable. However, his new girlfriend seems to be more interested in Kevin.
User ratings: 165
Average rating: 8.7
After being cut from the football team, Kevin finds out that McKinley High has a soccer team. He signs up for the team but soon realizes that most of the kids on the team are nerdy and un-athletic and the coach is a legendary former football coach whose best days have passed him by.
User ratings: 135
Average rating: 7.6
Dinner Out
For Jack's 43rd birthday, Norma decides to try and repair his relationship with Karen by having them meet at a restaurant. Her plan begins to backfire when Jack continues to begrudge Karen's live-in boyfriend Michael.
User ratings: 134
Average rating: 8.3
Christmas Party
With the holidays approaching, the Arnolds get ready to host their annual Christmas party. However, this year's party will become memorable ... for all the wrong reasons.
User ratings: 145
Average rating: 8.1
Pfeiffer's Choice
Alvin Pfeiffer's investment in some oceanfront property pays off. But while the both the Arnold's and the Pfeiffer's seem happy over the new developments, Jack Arnold seems a bit put-off by Alvin's new spending habits.
User ratings: 132
Average rating: 7.8
Road Test
Kevin seems to be doing okay trying to pass his driver's test, with one exception: his parallel parking skills need some work.
User ratings: 132
Average rating: 8.3
Grandpa's Car
Grandpa Arnold has trouble driving, but refuses to listen to anyone's concerns. When Kevin agrees to accompany Grandpa back home, their road trip takes some unexpected turns.
User ratings: 138
Average rating: 8.3
Kevin's English teacher Miss Shaw, has some rather unorthodox methods of teaching. While the class enjoys these new methods, they don't sit well with the school board.
User ratings: 150
Average rating: 8.2
Private Butthead
Wayne goes to take his SAT's, but shocks his family when he decides to try and join the army instead. With The Vietnam War still going on, the Arnolds are afraid that Wayne could be shipped off, and into the war.
User ratings: 150
Average rating: 8.7
Of Mastodons and Men
Kevin starts spending most of his time with his new girlfriend, Julie, and her family, no longer allowing him to "hang out with the guys." When she all of a sudden wants him to "go steady", he begins to have second thoughts about their relationship.
User ratings: 138
Average rating: 8.1
Double Double Date
When Kevin develops a crush on the new Swedish exchange student, he asks Winnie to help fix him up on a date with her. In return, Winnie asks Kevin to fix her up with a new student that is in one of his classes. Things get interesting when they are all forced to double date to the spring dance.
User ratings: 157
Average rating: 8.6
McKinley High's basketball team is having one great season thanks to basketball wunderkind, Bobby Riddle. Kevin and his friends are caught up in the fever, but Kevin's dad doesn't hold the same enthusiasm for Riddle or the team. He tries to teach Kevin a lesson when it comes to hero worship.
User ratings: 162
Average rating: 8.3
Lunch Stories
We follow several different stories during the course of one lunch period at William McKinley Senior High. Wayne Arnold tries to win a bet by finding the true identity of a kid known only as Maniac. Kevin is asked by Winnie to donate blood for the school blood drive, and is also hooked into trying to sneak out of school to see an X-rated film with his friends.
User ratings: 135
Average rating: 8.1
Carnal Knowledge
Kevin and his friends try to sneak in to see Carnal Knowledge. Meanwhile, Paul ends up having sex with a friend of the family, leaving him feeling confused.
User ratings: 137
Average rating: 8.3
The Lost Weekend
When his parents go away for the weekend, Kevin decides to invite the guys over for a night of poker. When their poker night gets boring, they decide to invite more people over, turning Kevin's house into an out-of-control party.
User ratings: 147
Average rating: 8.6
Stormy Weather
When Karen has a fight with Michael, she comes back home in the middle of the night to stay with the family. The next day, Kevin, his dad, and Wayne drive to Michael's house to move her stuff out, prompting Michael to follow them home in hopes of trying to reconcile with Karen.
User ratings: 134
Average rating: 8.4
The Wedding
With their wedding day approaching, Karen and Michael decided to forgo a traditional church ceremony in favor of a small outdoor ceremony with family and friends. Kevin sees a potential disaster after the wedding when he finds out that Karen and Michael are planning to move to Alaska and have yet to tell his mom and dad.
User ratings: 136
Average rating: 8.3
Back to the Lake
As summer begins, Kevin is dismayed that almost all the fun of previous summers is gone. All his friends are working summer jobs, and his Dad wants him to do the same. Feeling that the world has turned on him, Kevin and Paul head back up to the Lake, where Kevin hopes to find a girl he met at the Lake a year earlier.
User ratings: 136
Average rating: 8.3
Broken Hearts and Burgers
A misunderstanding at a burger joint causes Winnie to give Kevin the cold shoulder. Kevin tries to patch things up, while remembering the moments that brought Winnie both closer and away from him.
User ratings: 138
Average rating: 8.0
As Homecoming season approaches at high school, Kevin contends with the local high school rivalries. Meanwhile, Wayne's friend Wart comes back from Vietnam.
User ratings: 163
Average rating: 8.8
The Arnold men embark on their tri-annual three-day fishing trip. While on the trip, it quickly becomes evident that Kevin and Wayne have outgrown the whole camping experience.
User ratings: 130
Average rating: 8.2
Scenes from a Wedding
Kevin and his family attend the wedding of his dad's boss's daughter. At the reception, Kevin tries to impress a girl by drinking champagne, Wayne recognizes that the bride was a former date and Jack's boss angers him by flirting with Norma.
User ratings: 139
Average rating: 8.1
Sex and Economics
Kevin is in need of extra cash when his allowance doesn't seem to go far enough. When Miss Farmer puts up an ad for someone to paint her house, Kevin jumps at the chance, thinking the job will be easy. But the task is bigger (and more expensive) than he could have imagined.
User ratings: 134
Average rating: 8.2
Politics as Usual
Kevin gets jealous when Winnie starts devoting her time to a campaign to elect George McGovern and seems smitten with the charismatic older guy who is heading the campaign.
User ratings: 127
Average rating: 7.8
White Lies
Kevin is feeling the pressure from peers in the locker room who tease him because after six years together, he and Winnie still have not had sex. When Winnie falls asleep at the Arnolds' house while his parents are away, he invites the guys to think the worst. Regretting the mistake almost immediately after word spreads around school, Kevin goes to her house to apologize and promises to undo the damage, though she points out the task is impossible. Hurt and angry, Winnie breaks up with him.
User ratings: 127
Average rating: 8.4
Wayne and Bonnie
With Winnie still upset at him, Kevin looks for ways to get her back. Meanwhile, Wayne begins seeing Bonnie, a divorced mother, whom he plans to move in with against his parents' wishes.
User ratings: 135
Average rating: 8.3
Kevin Delivers
Kevin tries to make his date with Winnie, while dealing with the pressures of his Chinese Take-Out job.
User ratings: 134
Average rating: 8.4
The Test
While Kevin struggles to study for his upcoming SAT tests, Jack ponders quiting NORCOM to go into the furniture-making business.
User ratings: 123
Average rating: 8.1
Let Nothing You Dismay
Kevin struggles to buy Winnie an expensive Christmas gift, while Jack has to find a way to secure the loan for his furniture-making business after his partner gets cold feet and goes back to NORCOM.
User ratings: 126
Average rating: 8.3
New Years
With New Years Eve approaching, Kevin looks forward to attending a party at a ski lodge with his friends. However, he has to cancel those plans when Wayne and Bonnie invite the family out to dinner.
User ratings: 137
Average rating: 8.4
Alice in Autoland
When Kevin starts having car trouble, he asks Alice Pedermier to try and get him a good deal on a new car at her dad's dealership. However, when she dumps his friend, Chuck, Kevin has second thoughts about accepting anything from her.
User ratings: 131
Average rating: 8.0
Ladies and Gentlemen... the Rolling Stones
Rumors spread through the school that The Rolling Stones may be playing at a small venue somewhere nearby. Kevin, Winnie, and their friends try to find the concert's location.
User ratings: 126
Average rating: 8.0
Kevin and Winnie fix Jeff up with the new girl in school. However, Jeff is reluctant to commit to the relationship because of his attachment to an old girlfriend back home.
User ratings: 137
Average rating: 8.5
Hulk Arnold
After showing talent in gym class, Kevin decides to try out for the wrestling team. With a hard-driving coach and tougher competition, Kevin quickly realizes that it's a lot more than he bargained for.
User ratings: 129
Average rating: 8.2
Kevin's friend Ricky thinks me may have finally found true love with a new girl named Hayley. The only problem is, Kevin and the guys can't help but make fun of the size of her nose.
User ratings: 143
Average rating: 8.3
Kevin and his classmates take a bus trip to the planetarium to witness the solar eclipse. On the trip, Kevin and Winnie have a fight after he calls her "too perfect" while Chuck gets locked in a restroom, leaving him behind.
User ratings: 137
Average rating: 8.0
When Kevin and his friends get together for their weekly night of poker, each of them is forced to face up to their problems. Chuck is worried about possibly becoming a father; Randy is failing Math; Jeff is accused of being a cheater; Paul and Kevin realize how much they've grown apart.
User ratings: 131
Average rating: 8.1
The Little Women
Kevin is having a hard time dealing with Winnie doing better than him on the SAT's. Jack is finding it hard to fathom Norma joining the workforce. What are the Arnold men to do? Take the girls out for a night of bowling, of course.
User ratings: 125
Average rating: 8.1
The Arnolds travel back to where Jack and Norma grew up to celebrate their high school reunion. But while Norma's parents are thrilled to see Norma, Kevin and Wayne, their enthusiasm for Jack isn't so pronounced.
User ratings: 122
Average rating: 7.9
After a fight with his dad, Kevin drives off to the summer resort where Winnie is working, to get a job and try to make it on his own. Only Winnie does not seem all that happy to see him.
User ratings: 153
Average rating: 8.6
Independence Day
After catching Winnie kissing another guy and losing all his money and his car in a poker game, Kevin decides to head back home to his parents.
User ratings: 318
Average rating: 9.2
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