The Wonder Years - Complete Series

The Wonder Years - Complete Series

Complete Series PLUS FREE BONUS collectible Kennedy Junior High gym bag and gear

Complete Series PLUS FREE BONUS collectible Kennedy Junior High gym bag and gear
115 Episodes + Bonus Items

Includes Wildcats gym bag and gear, plus a CD filled with the music of The Wonder Years.

$299.95 $249.95 Installment pricing available

FREE upgrade to The Wonder Years Experience Edition. A $50 value!

Buy the Complete Series today and we will upgrade you to the Experience Edition at no additional cost! The Complete Series Includes:

  • 115 episodes plus over 23 hours of bonus features on 26 DVDs
  • Two notebooks with detailed episode information
  • Replica yearbook with behind-the-scenes photos and notes from the cast and crew
  • All housed in a collectible metal locker with custom Wonder Years magnets to decorate it with!

Exclusive bonus features include:

  • The first cast reunion in 16 years
  • Interviews with the creators, cast and crew
  • 10 newly-produced featurettes
  • And never-before-seen outtakes of Kevin and Winnie's first kiss!

With your free Experience Edition upgrade you’ll also get:

  • Wildcats t-shirt and tube socks
  • Vintage Kennedy Junior High gym bag
  • Wildcats pennant and commemorative patch
  • Collectible Wonder Years buttons
  • A newly produced Wonder Years soundtrack CD featuring the theme song plus classics by Bob Dylan, Diana Ross, The Beach Boys, The Temptations and many others.

The Wonder Years Experience: Signature Edition

Super fans! Check our special Wonder Years Experience: Signature Edition. You’ll get everything included in the Experience collection, plus your Wonder Years yearbook will be hand-signed by Fred Savage, Danica McKellar, Olivia d'Abo and Alley Mills!  Act fast — only 500 were signed!

Season 1

The Wonder Years captured the angst of growing up in suburban middle-class America in the late ‘60s as seen through the life and times of Kevin Arnold (Fred Savage). In Season 1, Kevin experiences the ups and downs of young love, his school’s well-intentioned, though comedic, attempts at classroom sex education, and the incredible social pressures behind an innocent junior high dance. The peace-love movement hits close to home when Kevin’s sister Karen (Olivia d’Abo) falls for a college-aged, VW bus-driving hippie (future star John Corbett), as does the dark reality of the Vietnam War when his cool neighbor Brian Cooper is killed in action. Kevin gets by with a little help from his friends Winnie (Danica McKellar) and the hyper-allergic Paul (Josh Saviano). Two hours of bonus material, including highlights from the 2014 cast reunion, make Season 1 even more wonderful.

  • Pilot

    Kevin Arnold and best friend Paul Pfeiffer are saying goodbye to their last summer as boys and preparing to enter Robert F. Kennedy Junior High School. Kevin and Winnie share their first kiss as Winnie mourns the loss of her brother, Brian, a soldier just killed in the Vietnam War.

  • Swingers

    At Brian’s funeral, all Kevin can think about is Winnie and their first kiss; meanwhile, sex education begins at school, but Kevin and Paul get the feeling that their teacher isn’t telling them everything they need to know.

  • My Father's Office

    After Kevin asks his dad about what he does at work, Jack brings his son to his office at NORCOM and shows him around. Kevin gets a glimpse into his father’s life after spending the day with him, and in the end, he realizes that his father is a great man.

  • Angel

    Kevin’s older sister, Karen, doesn’t communicate with her parents anymore, and it’s all because of her new boyfriend, Louis. Kevin takes an immediate dislike to Louis, and finds out that he is cheating on Karen. Things are only made worse when Louis comes to dinner.

  • The Phone Call

    Kevin tries to get up the courage to call Lisa Berlini, while Paul consults the junior high grapevine to find out if Lisa likes Kevin.

  • Dance With Me

    Kevin is madly infatuated with Lisa Berlini and asks her to the school dance, but things change quickly after Lisa accepts a date with another guy.

  • Bonus Features

    • A Wonderful Day: Highlights from the Cast Reunion, May 28, 2014, in Los Angeles, California
    • Featurette: With a Little Help from My Friends: The Early Days of The Wonder Years
    • Interviews:
      • Neal Marlens and Carol Black, Creators
      • Fred Savage (Kevin Arnold)
      • Danica McKellar (Winnie Cooper)
      • Josh Saviano (Paul Pfeiffer)

Season 2

Kevin enters 7th grade and the world of dating. Kennedy Junior High becomes a hotbed of who-likes-who. Paul and Carla Healy get together, while Kevin develops a crush on his English teacher, Miss White, then anguishes over his on-again, off-again opportunities to romance Winnie. Meanwhile, Norma tries her hand at pottery, Paul celebrates his Bar Mitzvah, and Karen’s rebelliousness leads to an aborted trip to San Francisco. There’s plenty of drama in this season with punches thrown (“Just Between Me And You And Kirk And Paul And Carla And Becky”), an unfortunate hamster incident (“Hiroshima, Mon Frere”) and some tears (“Brightwing”), but it all turns out okay, ending with summer vacation and Kevin and Winnie’s sweet second kiss.

  • Heart of Darkness

    Kevin’s nightmares are a telling sign of the new changes in his life, including befriending the tough kid at school.

  • Our Miss White

    Kevin develops a crush on Miss White after she has him play the role of Sen. Robert F. Kennedy in a play that she wrote.

  • Christmas

    Wayne and Kevin try to convince their father to buy a color TV for Christmas, and Kevin has to find a perfect present for Winnie after receiving one from her.

  • Steady As She Goes

    Now that Paul is dating, Kevin begins to pine more for Winnie. 

  • Just Between Me and You and Kirk and Paul and Carla and Becky

    It’s a confusing mix-up as to who likes who at Kennedy Junior High.

  • Pottery Will Get You Nowhere

    Norma is upset when she takes a pottery class and receives encouragement from everyone—except Jack.

  • Coda

    Kevin’s piano lessons have him in competition with Ronald Hirschmuller.

  • 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.

  • Loosiers

    When Kevin sees that Paul is being humiliated at basketball during gym 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. 

  • Walk Out

    Kevin and the student council organize 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.

  • Nemesis

    Kevin learns the consequences of talking behind other people’s backs.

  • Fate

    Driven by his love for Winnie, Kevin faces the school bully.

  • Birthday Boy

    Kevin feels left out when his birthday party is on the same day as Paul’s bar mitzvah.

  • Brightwing

    Kevin discovers that Karen is planning to run away to San Francisco.

  • Square Dance

    Margaret Farquhar, the class weirdo, tries to befriend Kevin after he is partnered up with her in a square dance for gym class.

  • Whose Woods Are These?

    Kevin, Paul, and Winnie come together to stop the destruction of Harper’s Woods. Kevin and Winnie shared their first kiss in these woods, and they all used to play together there when they were younger.

  • How I'm Spending My Summer Vacation

    As seventh grade comes to an end, Winnie’s parents decide to get a divorce, and the kids’ teacher Miss White announces that she is getting married.

  • Bonus Features

    • School Days: Roundtable with Danica McKellar, Fred Savage, and Josh Saviano
    • Featurette: The Times They Are A-Changin’: The Era
    • Interviews:
      • Daniel Stern (Narrator)
      • Dan Lauria (Jack Arnold)
      • Alley Mills (Norma Arnold)

Season 3

Kevin experiences a lot of firsts in Season 3 – he gets his first pimple and his first puppy; he has his first French Kiss and joins his first band; and he gets his first “D” in math class. Paul is still as allergic as ever, but gets a boost of confidence from a date with Norma; and Jack and Karen stop fighting long enough to celebrate her 18th birthday, if only for a moment. This season features many fan-favorite episodes - including “Summer Song,” "The St. Valentine’s Day Massacre," and the Emmy award–winning “Goodbye” - plus, over 2 hours of bonus features including exclusive interviews with Danica McKellar and her sister Crystal McKellar (Becky Slater).

  • Summer Song

    During summer vacation, Kevin experiences his first French kiss and the heartbreak of a summer romance.

  • Math Class

    Kevin runs into trouble when he thinks his math teacher is being unreasonable.

  • Wayne on Wheels

    Kevin is obsessed with going to the mall after meeting a beautiful girl, but the only way he can get there is to catch a ride from Wayne.

  • Mom Wars

    Kevin’s mother tries to stop him from playing tackle football, making him think she’s too overprotective of him.

  • On The Spot

    The school production of Our Town hits trouble when Winnie gets stage fright.

  • Odd Man Out

    Kevin and Paul find new best friends after they get on one another’s nerves.

  • The Family Car

    Kevin hopes that his father will buy a new, fancier car after their old one breaks beyond repair.

  • The Pimple

    Kevin gets his first pimple right before family friends come to visit—with their beautiful teenage daughter.

  • Math Class Squared

    To try to get ahead in math class, Kevin decides to cheat on a test, leading only to bigger problems.

  • Rock ’n’ Roll

    After seeing the Beatles on TV, Kevin joins a rock ’n’ roll band.

  • Don't You Know Anything About Women?

    A school dance has Kevin hoping to ask his crush, Susan Fisher, but he ends up going “as friends” with his lab partner, Linda.

  • The Powers That Be

    Jack gets mad at Grandpa Arnold when he comes to visit and gives Kevin a dog.

  • She, My Friend And I

    After Carla breaks up with Paul, Kevin sets up Paul and Winnie to make Carla jealous, but Paul ends up having feelings for Winnie.

  • The St. Valentine's Day Massacre

    Kevin brings Winnie a Valentine’s Day card but it accidentally ends up in Becky Slater’s locker.

  • The Tree House

    Jack and Kevin build a tree house and discover that it provides a good view of the attractive neighbor next door.

  • The Glee Club

    The new student teacher tries to make something more of the Glee Club but has no luck.

  • Night Out

    Kevin and Winnie are invited to a make-out party.

  • Faith

    It’s tax season at the Arnolds, so Jack is in a bad mood. Norma is so worried about the Apollo 13 astronauts that she loses the tax receipts and doesn’t know how to tell Jack.

  • The Unnatural

    Kevin is amazed that he is surviving the school’s baseball tryouts, until he finds out the coach and his father served together in the Korean War.

  • Goodbye

    Kevin seeks tutoring help from his math teacher for a big test.

  • Cocoa And Sympathy

    Paul develops a crush on Mrs. Arnold after she gives him a boost of confidence.

  • Daddy's Little Girl

    Jack and Karen are constantly fighting as she is about to leave for college, and he fears he is losing his little girl.

  • Moving

    Kevin learns that the Coopers are moving across town, where Winnie will attend a different school. 

  • Bonus Features

    • Hall Pass: Roundtable with Danica McKellar, Fred Savage, and Josh Saviano
    • Featurette: A Family Affair: At Home with the Arnolds
    • Interviews:
      • Olivia d’Abo (Karen Arnold)
      • Jason Hervey (Wayne Arnold)
      • Danica McKellar (Winnie Cooper)
      • Crystal McKellar (Becky Slater)

Season 4

Entering his last year at Kennedy Junior High, Kevin should have it all figured out, but things don’t go as smoothly as he had hoped - Winnie is going to school across town, he gets decked by Becky Slater (again!), and is faced by a new challenge in French class – the sweet talking, mousse-making Madeline. There’s also tension at home as Jack gets a new position that takes him on the road, Norma starts work at Kevin’s school, and Wayne and Kevin battle it out for Karen’s room. Winnie and Kevin struggle to maintain their relationship, suffering heartbreak, denial, and even injury in the tear-jerker episode, “The Accident.” It’s a roller coaster ride, but the gang makes it to graduation and kisses Kennedy Junior High goodbye.

  • Growing Up

    As summer comes to a close it’s time for Jack’s company picnic, causing him fear of bumping into Mr. “Deadwood” Detweiler and Kevin bumping into his tomboy daughter.

  • Ninth Grade Man

    The first day of ninth grade doesn’t go as smoothly as Kevin had hoped, but ends nicely after he meets a beautiful girl who seems obsessed with him.

  • The Journey

    Kevin and his friends travel across town with beers in hand to gain entrance to a tenth grader’s slumber party.

  • The Cost of Living

    Kevin gets his first job working as a caddy at the golf club.

  • It's a Mad, Mad, Madeline World

    Kevin misses his anniversary with Winnie to work on an assignment with Madeline, and then loses the new bracelet Winnie gave him.

  • Little Debbie

    Kevin gets guilted into taking Paul’s sister, Debbie, to her cotillion.

  • The Ties That Bind

    Jack’s request for a raise finds him with a new position, and on the road for Thanksgiving.

  • The Sixth Man

    Kevin is surprised when Paul is picked by Coach Cutlip to be on the school’s basketball team.

  • A Very Cutlip Christmas

    Kevin sees a different side of Coach Cutlip after he discovers him moonlighting as Santa Claus at the mall.

  • The Candidate

    Kevin runs for student body president against Becky Slater.

  • Heartbreak

    A joint field trip to the museum with Winnie’s new school causes elation for Kevin and fear for Winnie, who’s hiding a secret from him.

  • Denial

    Kevin gets Paul to throw a party as a ploy to get back together with Winnie.

  • Whose Aunt Rose?

    Grandpa Arnold comes to town for the funeral of a relative no one could stand.

  • Courage

    Kevin fears looking like a fool in front of the new dental hygienist when he discovers he has a cavity that needs drilling.

  • Buster

    Kevin’s dog, Buster, is in line for neutering to end his constant barking.

  • Road Trip

    Kevin and his father go on an ill-fated shopping trip together to get a new suit for Kevin.

  • When Worlds Collide

    Norma’s new job at Kevin’s school causes him embarrassment.

  • Separate Rooms

    Kevin and Wayne fight over who will move into Karen’s room now that she’s in college.

  • The Yearbook

    Kevin’s job on the school yearbook committee has him trying to find a perfect caption, without embarrassing a fat kid.

  • The Accident

    Kevin tries desperately to talk with Winnie after she is involved in a serious car accident.

  • The House That Jack Built

    Jack and Karen argue after he discovers her roommate is a man.

  • Graduation

    Kevin is graduating from junior high and that brings changes, including finding out that Paul is going off to a private school next year.

  • The Wonder Years

    Highlights of the first four seasons are presented in a compilation of clips. 

  • Bonus Features

    • Featurette: ABC: Teachers That Made a Difference
    • Interviews:
      • Fred Savage (Kevin Arnold)
      • Robert Picardo (Coach Cutlip)
      • Ben Stein (Mr. Cantwell)
      • Wendel Meldrum (Miss White/Mrs. Heimer)

Season 5

After a brief stint at the lake and equally brief summer romance, Kevin returns home to start school at McKinley High. Between Driver’s Ed drama, love triangles, a controversial English teacher, R-rated movie, and an unforgettable double date there’s plenty of excitement at McKinley. Meanwhile, the Arnolds throw an epic Christmas party and Wayne and Wart decide to join the Army. David Schwimmer continues his guest starring role as Michael, demonstrating his love for Karen on the Arnolds’ front lawn in a very romantic scene in the pouring rain. Bonus features include exclusive interviews with Olivia d’Abo and David Schwimmer as well as a love stories featurette.

  • The Lake

    The Pfeiffers and the Arnolds go on vacation to the lake together, and Kevin has a summertime romance.

  • Day One

    The first day of high school is a disaster after Kevin makes a joke in class that gets him in hot water with his teacher.

  • The Hardware Store

    Unhappy with his job at an old-fashioned hardware store, Kevin would much rather work at the mall.

  • Frank and Denise

    Greaser Frankie enlists Kevin’s help in fixing his romance with his girlfriend, Denise.

  • Full Moon Rising

    A night on the town finds Kevin cruisin’ with his friends and unintentionally mooning his own parents.

  • Triangle

    Wayne is behaving better now that he has a new girlfriend, but she appears to be falling for Kevin instead.

  • Soccer

    Kevin tries out for the school’s soccer team, a group of misfits with a former legend as their coach.

  • Dinner Out

    Jack’s birthday dinner is a flop when Karen brings along her live-in boyfriend.

  • Christmas Party

    No one is looking forward to the Arnolds’ annual neighborhood Christmas party, but it will be memorable—for all the wrong reasons.

  • Pfeiffers' Pfortune

    Jealousy looms as the Pfeiffers land on easy street after making a killing on a land deal that Jack turned down.

  • Road Test

    Kevin dreads taking the test for his driver’s license while hiding the fact that he can’t parallel park.

  • Grandpa's Car

    Grandpa Arnold’s age catches up with him after a series of car accidents gets him in trouble with the law.

  • Kodachrome

    The unconventional Miss Shaw gets in trouble with the school for her unusual teaching methods.

  • Private Butthead

    Screwups Wayne and Wart decide to quit school and join the army despite Jack’s disapproval.

  • Of Mastodons and Men

    A smothered Kevin has an awakening after he notices similarities during dinner with his girlfriend Julie’s parents to their own stifling relationship.

  • Double Double Date

    Winnie and Kevin reluctantly go on a double date, and their bickering leads to their dates liking each other instead of them.

  • Hero

    Kevin learns about true heroes after attending a school basketball game with his father.

  • Lunch Stories

    The school cafeteria becomes central headquarters for McKinley High’s social scene.

  • Carnal Knowledge

    Paul skips going to see an R-rated movie with the guys, and encounters an R-rated evening with a college student instead.

  • The Lost Weekend

    With his parents away Kevin decides to host a poker game, which soon turns into the party of the year.

  • Stormy Weather

    Karen returns home after an argument with Michael, but refuses to divulge the reason they are fighting.

  • The Wedding

    Karen’s wedding plans cause problems when she and Michael decide they want a nontraditional ceremony.
  • Back To The Lake

    Kevin takes Paul on a joyride up to the lake where he met Cara.

  • Broken Hearts and Burgers

    Winnie is upset with Kevin at the hamburger stand, and through his efforts to patch things up they recall the history of their relationship.

  • Bonus Features

    • Featurette: Will You Love Me Tomorrow: The Wonder Years’ Love Stories
    • Interviews:
      • Olivia d’Abo (Karen Arnold)
      • David Schwimmer (Michael)

Season 6

The Wonder Years come to a close. Kevin, Paul, and Winnie enter 11th grade and are growing up – dealing with sex, lies, and the lure of rock and roll. The Arnold family also faces changes with Wayne dating a divorcee (with a baby!), Jack starting a new business, and Norma graduating community college. After six seasons, the show concludes on July 4th with the unforgettable “Independence Day."

  • Homecoming

    Wayne's friend Wart returns home from Vietnam a changed man, as found out during the homecoming football game.

  • Fishing

    The annual father-son fishing trip is weighted down by all of the problems that arise, which threaten the fate of future trips.

  • Scenes From A Wedding

    A wedding for the daughter of Jack's boss finds a bridesmaid hitting on Kevin, Jack's boss hitting on Norma, and Wayne once had a relationship with the bride.

  • Sex and Economics

    Kevin's job as a house painter for a sexy teacher turns out to be real work when his co-worker's turn out to be goof-off's.

  • Politics As Usual

    Winnie volunteering for a handsome political candidate has Kevin jealous.

  • White Lies

    An innocent mistake has Kevin bragging that he and Winnie spent the night together.

  • Wayne and Bonnie

    Wayne has a new girlfriend Bonnie, a 23-year-old divorcee with a baby.

  • Kevin Delivers

    Kevin's new job as a Chinese food delivery boy has him too busy to spend time with Winnie.

  • The Test

    Jack is frustrated after getting a lukewarm evaluation as "competent" at work. 

  • Let Nothing You Dismay

    After seeing Winnie at the mall with a big Christmas gift in hand, Kevin feels the need to buy her something special. Meanwhile, Jack is trying to get a loan to buy a new business.

  • New Years

    New Year's finds Wayne and Bonnie treating the Arnold family to dinner at a nightclub, but ends-up in heartbreak when Bonnie reunites with the father of her son.

  • Alice in Autoland

    Kevin can get a great deal on a car from Alice's father, but fears she is falling for him.

  • Ladies and Gentlemen...The Rolling Stones

    Kevin, Winnie and the guys follow a rumor that The Rolling Stones are playing in a bar just out of town, but to get there Kevin must sneak out in his dad's new car.

  • Unpacking

    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.

  • Hulk Arnold

    Kevin feels he has been recruited to be on the school's wrestling team, but when the coach pushes him to try harder, he thinks about quitting.

  • Nose

    Kevin's friend, Ricky, falls in love with a girl that has a huge nose. Ricky's feelings are hurt when he overhears the guys joking about it.

  • Eclipse

    A school field trip finds Winnie upset at Kevin after he says that she is perfect during a game of truth or dare.

  • Poker

    As Kevin and his friends play poker, we learn that Chuck is fearing his girlfriend may be pregnant, Randy is failing at school, and Paul is too stuffy for the other guys liking.

  • The Little Women

    It's a case of the men vs. the women when Winnie scores higher than Kevin on her SAT's; and Norma gets a high-paying job in a new company.

  • Reunion

    The Arnold's go back to Norma's hometown to attend her 25-year high school reunion.

  • Summer

    Kevin chases after Winnie who has taken a job at a out of town country club as a lifeguard.

  • Independence Day

    Kevin is heartbroken when he finds out Winnie is dating one of the other lifeguards. Forced to return home by hitch-hiking, Kevin and Winnie must wait out a storm together in a barn.

  • Bonus Features

    • Featurette: At Last: The Final Episode
    • Interview:
      • Bob Brush, Executive Producer

Volume 7

Enjoy 4 additional DVDs of exclusive bonus features, including new cast and crew interviews, featurettes, the Los Angeles cast reunion, and never-before-seen outtakes of Kevin and Winnie’s first kiss!

  • DVD 23 Bonus Features

    • 16 Years Later: The Wonder Years Cast Reunion, May 28, 2014, in Los Angeles, California
    • Pilot Episode Outtakes: The First Kiss
    • Featurette: When a Man Loves a Woman: Kevin & Winnie Forever
    • Interviews:
      • Neal Marlens and Carol Black, Creators
      • Dan Lauria (Jack Arnold)
      • Alley Mills (Norma Arnold)

  • DVD 24 Bonus Features

    • Have a Neat Summer: The Wonder Years Cast Reunion, May 28, 2014, in Los Angeles, California
    • Featurette: My Generation: The Kids Grow Up
    • Interviews:
      • Josh Saviano (Paul Pfeiffer)
      • Jason Hervey (Wayne Arnold)
      • David M. Stern, Writer/Producer
      • Bruce Nachbar, Producer

  • DVD 25 Bonus Features

    • Featurette: Bookends: Kevin & Paul
    • Featurette: Both Sides Now: The Music That Made the Moments
    • Interviews:
      • Seth Green (Jimmy Donnelly)
      • Ken Topolsky, Producer
      • W. G. “Snuffy” Walden, Composer
      • David Bianculli, TV Critic
      • Michael Dinner, Director

  • DVD 26 Bonus Features

    • Featurette: I Love You for Sentimental Reasons: Fan-Favorite Episodes
    • Interviews:
      • Daniel Stern (Narrator)
      • Mahaila McKellar, Danica and Crystal’s Mom
      • Skip Cook, Key Grip
      • Alicia Alexander, Location Manager
      • Mark B. Perry, Writer/Producer

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