View Full Version : Life Hey, help settle a dinner argument....Did Kevin ever get Winnie?
10-17-2010, 05:11 PM
Old TV show: The Wonder Years.
Break a tie: 2 say yes; 2 say no.
And we're not talking about 1st, 2nd, 3rd base... :)
10-17-2010, 05:15 PM
fuck no he didn't. number three, aka MOLE, couldn't close to save his damned life.
10-17-2010, 05:18 PM
It's definitely implied that he banged her in the final episode.
It's definitely implied that he banged her in the final episode.Yep
10-17-2010, 05:20 PM
Yeah, he did her in the barn. Paul Pfeiffer nailed a chick long before that, though.
10-17-2010, 05:27 PM
Yeah, he did her in the barn. Paul Pfeiffer nailed a chick long before that, though.
Isn't that where they had the incredibly lame "I kissed her on the eye"?
I don't remember it all that well, but my vote is no.
10-17-2010, 05:36 PM
Check for yourself...
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I'll also add that shows like the Sopranos could take a lesson on how to end a series from the Wonder Years...
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10-17-2010, 05:50 PM
Change my vote after the refresher.... they bumped uglies.
10-17-2010, 05:51 PM
Here's from wikipedia...
Kevin has several brief flings during the summer of 1971 and the 1971/72 academic year. After Kevin's grandfather gets his driver's license revoked, he sells his car to Kevin for a dollar. Paul transfers to McKinley High after his first semester at prep school when his father runs into financial troubles. Winnie and Kevin are reunited when they go on a double date to a school dance and find themselves more attracted to each other than their respective partners. Facing peer pressure in the episode "White Lies", Kevin implies to his friends that he had had sex with Winnie, but the spreading rumor causes Kevin and Winnie to break up for a few episodes. In late 1972, Kevin's older brother Wayne starts working at NORCOM, and starts dating his co-worker Bonnie, a divorcee with a son, but the relationship does not last. Kevin's dad quits NORCOM, and starts up a furniture manufacturing business.
[edit (http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=The_Wonder_Years&action=edit§ion=3)] Final episode and Epilogue
In the finale double episode, Winnie decides to take a job for the summer of 1973 as a lifeguard at a resort. Kevin, anxious to experience a taste of adult life, plans a cross-country trip with his friends. Kevin's dad, Jack, vehemently objects to Kevin's plan and ultimately Kevin abandons his planned trip. Kevin returns to his job at his father's furniture factory and telephones Winnie, who by all accounts is distant and seems to be enjoying her time away from Kevin. Eventually, Kevin and his father fight and Kevin announces that he is leaving, reasoning that he needs to "find himself." Kevin hops in his car and heads to the resort where Winnie is working, hopeful that she can secure him a job and they can spend the rest of the summer together.<sup id="cite_ref-7" class="reference"> (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Wonder_Years#cite_note-7)</sup>
Much to Kevin's chagrin, Winnie does not appear too pleased with Kevin's arrival and maintains her distance. Kevin is finally able to secure a job at the resort's restaurant and resides in the bus boys' dorm. Feeling confused and frustrated over Winnie's behavior, Kevin searches out other activities to occupy his time. Kevin decides to play poker with the resort's in-house band members. Kevin wins big (by bluffing while only holding a pair of 2s) and goes searching for Winnie, anxious to share the tale of his good fortune. When Kevin finds her, Winnie is engaged in a passionate kiss with a male lifeguard.
The next day, Kevin confronts Winnie about her actions, and they fight. The fallout with Winnie leads Kevin to play another round of poker with the band. This time Kevin ends up losing everything, including his car. Desperate, Kevin confronts Winnie and her new beau at the restaurant and ends up punching him in the face. Kevin then leaves the resort on foot.
On a desolate stretch of highway, Kevin decides to begin hitchhiking. He finally gets picked up by an elderly couple and much to his surprise he finds Winnie in the backseat. Winnie was fired over the fight Kevin instigated at the resort. Kevin and Winnie begin to argue and the elderly couple gets fed up and kicks them out of the car. A flash rain storm begins and Kevin and Winnie search for shelter. They find a barn and discuss how much things are changing and the prospects for the future. At first Winnie tells Kevin that she doesn't see them ending up together but quickly recants, telling Kevin "I don't want it to end." Kevin moves over to Winnie's side as she extends her blanket to Kevin and they share a passionate kiss. The adult Kevin narrates that night they made a promise to always be together and "it was a promise full of passion." (It is implied that the two make love (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sexual_intercourse) for the first time in the barn.)
They soon find their way back to their hometown and arrive hand-in-hand to a Fourth of July parade. During this parade, the adult Kevin (Daniel Stern (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daniel_Stern_%28actor%29)) describes the fate of the show's main characters. Kevin makes up with his father, graduates high school in 1974 and leaves for college. Paul studies law at Harvard. Karen, Kevin's sister, gives birth to a son in September 1973. Kevin's mother becomes a businesswoman and board chairman. Kevin's father dies in 1975, and Wayne takes over his father's furniture business. Winnie studies art history in Paris while Kevin stays in the United States. Winnie and Kevin end up writing to each other once a week for the next eight years. When Winnie returns to the United States, Kevin meets her at the airport with his wife and eight month old son.
The final sounds, voice-over and dialogue of the episode and series, is that of Kevin (Daniel Stern) providing concluding narration with the sound of children playing in the background:
Growing up happens in a heartbeat. One day you're in diapers, the next day you're gone. But the memories of childhood stay with you for the long haul. I remember a place, a town, a house, like a lot of houses. A yard like a lot of other yards. On a street like a lot of other streets. And the thing is, after all these years, I still look back...with wonder.
A little boy (Stern's real life son) can be heard asking his dad to come out and play catch during a break in the final narration. Kevin's (Daniel Stern) narrative responds, "I'll be right there" as the episode closes.
10-17-2010, 07:12 PM
thanks to all!!!
10-17-2010, 07:15 PM
hell yes he did ... he banged that muff like it stole something. :hump:
Olivia D'abo is very bangable too :)
10-17-2010, 07:17 PM
I can't believe that show went off the air 17 years ago.... holy crap I'm old.
10-17-2010, 07:27 PM
Paul ended up being Maralyn Manson.
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10-17-2010, 07:29 PM
No. That dude was a huge pussy. Biggest fuckin' pussy in TV history.
10-17-2010, 07:33 PM
Great show. Some of the best television ever made in that era.
10-17-2010, 07:34 PM
The constant look of shock, confusion and I'M A PUSSY on that guy's face throughout that show...that reminds me of the look I had when I first saw an open Penthouse.
10-24-2010, 12:22 AM
Kevin couldn't possibly have scored with Winnie. Winnie was an ideal, a virginal perfection who was pure in heart, an angel. If he scored with Winnie, she was no longer the Winnie that he loved and aspired to. Winnie was not a person, she was a dream.
10-24-2010, 08:17 AM
I lost interest in the show before it finally went off the air, but I'd bet that Kevin is still wonderin'.
10-24-2010, 08:49 AM
Yes, but it was on the short-lived Fred Savage show "Working".
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