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The Wonder Years: Odd Man Out

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

Episode Info  

Episode number: 3x6
Production Number: B89506
Airdate: Tuesday November 14th, 1989

Guest Stars
Brandon CraneBrandon Crane
As Doug Porter
Dianne HullDianne Hull
As Mrs. Porter
Marty BelafskyMarty Belafsky
As Brady Ryland
Main Cast
Fred SavageFred Savage
As Kevin Arnold
Danica McKellarDanica McKellar
As Gwendolyn "Winnie" Cooper
Josh SavianoJosh Saviano
As Paul Joseph Pfeiffer
Daniel SternDaniel Stern
voiced Adult Kevin Arnold
Episode Quotes
Narrator/Adult: The best part of having a best friend is knowing someone really understands you. Paul Pfeiffer and I shared more than...just the laughs and the Oreos.
Paul: Great.
Kevin: Come on...Truth or dare?
Paul: Ummmmm...truth.
Narrator/Adult: We shared confidences.
Paul: I never really told anybody this, but...I kinda like Debbie Ackerman. (Smiles)
Kevin: good enough. (Gestures) Everybody likes Debbie Ackerman.
Paul: OK. Ummmmm....OK, OK - here's one. Once, when I was nine...I snuck up into her attic, and I saw Mrs. Anderson sunbathing next door.
(Kevin shrugs him off)
Paul: With her top off...(Smiles)
Kevin: No way...Oh! (Kevin frowns heavily and falls sideways onto his sleeping bag, pulling a pillow over his face) I don't believe it!
Paul: OK, your turn.
Kevin: OK. You know that fire alarm that went off Thursday? Fourth period?
Paul: Uh-hmm. (Kevin points at himself, grinning) No way!
Kevin: Yes, way!
Paul: You're lying.
Kevin: You don't think I'd do that?
Paul: Look me in the eye and say you'd do that.
Narrator/Adult: In a lot of ways, Paul knew me better than I knew myself. And he wouldn't hesitate to remind me if I ever forgot.
(Kevin smiles and laughs)
Paul: I knew it.
Narrator/Adult: It was a tried-and-true relationship.

Episode Goofs
The baseball cards Kevin has are from 1989, not 1969 when this episode takes place.

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