The Wonder Years: Season 6 (1992 - 1993)

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Season 6
The Wonder Years

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Episodes

1
Air date: Sep 23, 1992
2
Air date: Sep 30, 1992
3
Air date: Oct 7, 1992
4
Air date: Oct 14, 1992
5
Air date: Oct 21, 1992
6
Air date: Oct 28, 1992
7
Air date: Nov 11, 1992
8
Air date: Nov 25, 1992
9
Air date: Dec 9, 1992
10
Air date: Dec 16, 1992
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Cast

Fred Savage
as Kevin Arnold
Danica McKellar
as Gwendolyn `Winnie' Cooper
Daniel Stern
as Kevin Arnold (as an adult)
Dan Lauria
as Jack Arnold
Jason Hervey
as Wayne Arnold
Alley Mills
as Norma Arnold
Crystal McKellar
as Becky Slater
Sean Baca
as Craig Hobson
David Huddleston
as Grandpa Arnold
Michael Landes
as Kirk McCraig
Krista Murphy
as Carla Healy
Raye Birk
as Mr. DiPerna
Robert Picardo
as Coach Ed Cutlip
Giovanni Ribisi
as Jeff Billings
Ben Stein
as Mr. Cantwell
Michael Tricario
as Randy Mitchell
Scott Nemes
as Ricky Halsenbach
Josh Saviano
as Paul Pfeiffer
John Pleshette
as Charlie Barrett
Olivia d'Abo
as Karen Arnold
Matt Blansett
as Doug Gurney
AJ Langer
as Mary Jo
David Brisbin
as Mr. Atkinson
Melanie MacQueen
as Young Woman
Ellen Albertini Dow
as Mrs. Tambora
Seth Green
as Donnelly
Brad Naso
as Winnie's New Boyfriend
Travis McKenna
as Joe the Bartender
Kim Robillard
as Mr. Dexter
Tim Stack
as Mr. Plesnitzer
Bob Larkin
as Old Chuck
Bryn Erin
as Julie
Paul Gleason
as Arthur Jensen
Adam Stradlin
as Pizza Guy
Peter Bromilow
as Funeral Director
Hoke Howell
as Loan Officer
Don Perry
as Mr. Deeks
Bruce Ed Morrow
as Mr. Clemens
Jim Zubiena
as PE Teacher
Bette Ford
as Aunt Muriel
Tom Wood
as Peter
Brandis Kemp
as Saleslady
Marnie Andrews
as Mrs. Billings
D.R. Starr
as Deadhead
William Blair
as Detective
Marnie Andrews
as Mrs. Billings
Scott Menville
as Wayne's Friend
Rebecca Staab
as Miss Farmer
Jan Eddy
as Bus Driver
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Critic Reviews for The Wonder Years Season 6

All Critics (7) | Top Critics (4)

One of the best things about The Wonder Years is how inarticulate [Kevin's] conversations can be, how what comes out of his mouth is so at odds with what is going on in his head.

Oct 30, 2018 | Full Review…
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The show's heart is huge and the writing is admirably sincere.

Nov 1, 2018 | Full Review…

What The Wonder Years captured was the sense of wistfulness that accompanies the very best nostalgia.

Oct 30, 2018 | Full Review…
Top Critic

So yes, the show can be ham-fisted, but it also contains an emotional core that holds up.

Oct 30, 2018 | Full Review…

The show featured some of the best-developed characters of any sitcom, especially owing to the trademark narration by Daniel Stern, which examined all the events with the knowledge of age.

Nov 1, 2018 | Full Review…

It is however the normalcy of it all that makes the show so great, although nothing truly out of the ordinary happens it is the heart, soul emotions and humour that pour out of it that makes it ideal viewing for everybody.

Oct 30, 2018 | Full Review…

Overall, the series is lighthearted, but it also contains its fair share of both thoughtful and dramatic moments.

Oct 30, 2018 | Rating: 4/5 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for The Wonder Years: Season 6

  • Dec 30, 2018
    Such a great show! Such a disappointing concluding season. The Wonder Years needed a season seven instead of cramming in a few shocking details about Kevin's life in the last thirty seconds. The average episode in season 6 wasn't a good as the others, which set a pretty high bar. I think seasons three and four were the high points; everything started to go downhill near the end of season five. The Wonder Years is an amazing show, but the creators could have spent more time on its final season.

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