Dean’s older brother Bruce returned home just in time for the holidays. After serving in Vietnam for two years, the adult veteran was greeted with a loving welcome from his family, as well as a delicious home-cooked lunch. Now, the tenth episode of Season 1 of The Wonder Years Reboot is being anxiously anticipated by fans. We never learn what happened to him once he returned to the United States, but I assume that’s a story for another day. Allow www.tvacute.com to supply you with all of the information you’ll need to watch the new episode 10 of ‘The Wonder Years 2021,’ titled “Lads and Ladies and Us.”
In this episode, Bill and Lillian decide to join the high society group Lads & Ladies. they do so as a means of introducing Kim and Dean to excellent role models in the community. Things go smoothly for Bill, Kim, and Dean, but things take a turn when Lillian is treated differently since she is a working mother.
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The Wonder Years Reboot Episode 10 will release on WEDNESDAY, January 5, 2022, from 8:00-8:30 p.m. EDT, on ABC in (US) Episodes can also be viewed the next day on demand and on Hulu. the show will run on CTV in Canada on Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. ET. Additionally, the show is available to stream on Disney Plus, Hotstar, and Youtube TV. HULU | Amazon Prime
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The Wonder Years 2021(Season 1) Cast
Dean Williams is played by Elisha “EJ” Williams.
Don Cheadle narrates as an older Dean.
Saycon Sengbloh as Lillian Williams, Dean’s mother.
Cheadle as an elderly Dean Saycon Sengbloh.
Bill Williams, Dean’s father, is played by Dulé Hill.
Kim Williams, Dean’s sister, is played by Laura Kariuki.
Dean’s friend, Brad Hitman, is played by Julian Lerner.
Cory Long, played by Amari O’Neil, is Dean’s friend.
Milan Ray plays Keisa Clemmons, Dean’s sweetheart.
Coach Long, played by Allen Maldonado, is a baseball coach.
The Wonder Years (2021) Episode 9 Recap
Dean’s older brother Bruce returned home just in time for the holidays. After serving in Vietnam for two years, the adult veteran was greeted with a loving welcome from his family, as well as a delicious home-cooked lunch. Unfortunately, many veterans struggle to reintegrate back into society, and Dean was concerned that his brother would be one of them. Dean agreed to run errands with Bruce to keep his brother on the straight and narrow, despite the fact that errands were the torment of his existence.
Dean’s doubts grew when they arrived at a “shady residence in a seedy neighborhood,” as he described it. It didn’t help that Bruce had ordered Dean to wait in the car and hadn’t told anyone where they were heading. Dean went after his brother after growing impatient of waiting to find out what had been holding him for so long. But Bruce wasn’t using drugs; he was giving the belongings of his deceased companion to the bereaved parents of the fallen soldier.
Bruce received a tip about a job as a bank teller while in the hardware shop (unbeknownst to him, to get a rope for Dean to “tie up Santa”). It appeared to be a fantastic opportunity… until it wasn’t. Despite risking his life in the trenches of the battle for his country, serving abroad did not protect him from bigotry at home. The interviewer’s notion of “assisting a fellow vet” was to offer him a janitorial position, which Bruce swiftly turned down. It turned out that the teller positions were only available to Caucasian veterans.
Bruce pretended to be upbeat about his job prospects before breaking the bad news: he was returning to Vietnam. He was only known in America as a janitor. However, he has the potential to be a respected leader in other parts of the world. The rest of the family, understandably, was not pleased with Bruce’s decision. Dean even attempted a sit-in at the recruitment office, but it was unsuccessful. When Bruce explained that part of his purpose for returning to the Army was to ensure that his friends could safely return home to see their kid brothers, he relented. The final scenes of the program were a great celebration. On the rooftop, Bruce and Dean stargazed and bonded, and even slept in the treehouse despite the frigid winter weather. The family exchanged thoughtful gifts they gave Bruce stuff that he could only use at home since they were convinced he’d return and loving laughter filled the room.