The Wonder Years (1988–1993)
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Eclipse 

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.

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Kevin Arnold
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Winnie Cooper
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Alicia Bergman ...
Cindy
Andy Berman ...
Chuck Coleman (as Andrew Mark Berman)
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Coach Falco
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Bus Driver
Eliott Harold ...
Mathlete
Gregor Hesse ...
Louis Lanahan
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Mary Jo Genaro
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Sheila Lackeroo
Shawn J. Shoulders ...
Student
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Alice Pedermeir
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Mr. Plenitzer
Elisabeth Talbot-Martin ...
Volunteer (as Elizabeth Talbot-Martin)
Trenton Teigen ...
Harlan Abramson
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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.

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3 March 1993 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Two actresses who starred on "My So-Called Life" appear in this episode. Devon Odessa, who played Sharon on "My So-Called Life" and A.J. Langer, who played Rayanne. Langer's character in this episode is very similar to her character from "MSCL." See more »

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There has not been a total eclipse of the sun visible in the US since 1945 and none of any type in 1973. See more »

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References The Lone Ranger (1949) See more »

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Truckin'
Performed by Grateful Dead
Written by Jerry Garcia, Bob Weir, Phil Lesh and Robert Hunter
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