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Alice in Autoland (1993)

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When Kevin starts having car trouble, he finds out that Chuck's on-again-off-again girlfriend, Alice is the daughter of "Pistol Pete" Pedermier (Victor Raider-Wexler), the "used car cowboy", and she asks her dad to try and give him a good deal on a new car trade. However, when she dumps his friend, Kevin has second thoughts about accepting her offer. But after Chuck blames him for their 29th break-up, Kevin changes his mind and goes with Alice to Pedermier's Autoland to test drive a flashy red convertible. While on the drive, Alice tells Kevin that she has had a crush on him ever since they first met and proclaims her love for him in a tight embrace just when Chuck drives by and sees them. Kevin shouts out that Alice doesn't mean anything to him, but it falls on deaf ears. While at school, Kevin tries to explain what really happened, but Alice already did that, saying it was the other way around. So Chuck and Alice--the school's worst couple--are back together again, leaving Kevin on the ground from Chuck's punch and continuing car problems missing out on Friday night parties with Winnie.

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Whole or part of the information contained in this card come from the Wikipedia article "List of The Wonder Years episodes", licensed under CC-BY-SA full list of contributors here.