The Wonder Years (Season 6)

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6.01 – Homecoming
September 23, 1992
Directed by: Michael Dinner / Written by: Bob Brush

As Homecoming season approaches at high school, Kevin contends with the local high school rivalries. Meanwhile, Wayne’s friend Wart comes back from Vietnam.


6.03 – Scenes from a Wedding
October 7, 1992
Directed by: Michael Dinner / Written by: Jon Harmon Feldman

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.


6.04 – Sex and Economics
October 14, 1992
Directed by: Ken Topolsky / Written by: John Bunzel

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.


6.05 – Politics as Usual
October 21, 1992
Directed by: Bryan Gordon / Written by: Craig Hoffman

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.


6.06 – White Lies
October 28, 1992
Directed by: Peter Baldwin / Written by: Jon Harmon Feldman, Robin Riordan

When Kevin’s parents go away on a trip, he decides to invite Winnie over for a “night of studying”. After he and Winnie inadvertently fall asleep on the couch, Kevin tries to impress the guys in the locker room by implying to them that they slept together.


6.07 – Wayne and Bonnie
November 11, 1992
Directed by: Greg Beeman / Written by: Sy Rosen

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.


6.08 – Kevin Delivers
November 25, 1992
Directed by: Arthur Albert / Written by: Frank Renzulli

Kevin tries to make his date with Winnie, while dealing with the pressures of his Chinese Take-Out job.


6.09 – The Test
December 2, 1992
Directed by: Ken Topolsky / Written by: Robin Riordan

While Kevin struggles to study for his upcoming SAT tests, Jack ponders quiting NORCOM to go into the furniture-making business.


6.10 – Let Nothing You Dismay
December 16, 1992
Directed by: Ken Topolsky / Written by: Craig Hoffman

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.


6.11 – New Years
January 6, 1993
Directed by: Tom Moore / Written by: Jon Harmon Feldman

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.


6.12 – Alice in Autoland
January 13, 1993
Directed by: Arthur Albert / Written by: Robin Riordan

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.


6.13 – Ladies and Gentlemen… the Rolling Stones
January 27, 1993
Directed by: Peter Baldwin / Written by: Kim Friese

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.


6.14 – Unpacking
February 3, 1993
Directed by: Greg Beeman / Written by: Sy Rosen, Bob Brush

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.


6.15 – Hulk Arnold
February 10, 1993
Directed by: Ken Topolsky / Written by: Kim Friese

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.


6.16 – Nose
February 24, 1993
Directed by: David Greenwalt / Written by: Sy Rosen

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.


6.17 – Eclipse
March 3, 1993
Directed by: Stephen Cragg / Written by: Craig Hoffman

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.


6.19 – The Little Women
March 31, 1993
Directed by: Ken Topolsky / Written by: David M. Wolf

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.


6.21 – Summer
May 12, 1993
Directed by: Michael Dinner / Written by: Sy Rosen

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.


6.22 – Independence Day
May 12, 1993
Directed by: Michael Dinner / Written by: Bob Brush

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.