The only Fourth of July episode of anything worth mentioning is the series finale of ‘The Wonder Years.’ Airing on May 12, 1993, an epilogue set during a Fourth of July parade became one of the most memorable television moments of the last 25 years.
I remember my first day in first grade at Training School on Academy Street in Presque Isle, Maine. Most of the kids came in pretty excited, as did I. However, there were some that were less than enthusiastic, and the tears began to flow
We've been talking fireworks safety a lot over the past week. So it made sense to show a video demonstrating what you don't want to do with them. And who better to do that than 'America's Funniest Videos?!'
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