Whenever I get a train anywhere, I always have The Wonder Years to hand. I don't know why, but that sort of reflective self-examination just lends itself to staring out the window and watching the landscape disappear in front of you.
That's why all the people complaining about the video for 'Passing Through A Screen Door' are the worst kind of idiots - those who subtlety will never penetrate. This is perfect for the song, and I was completely overjoyed when it came out.
The eternal youth of pop-punk might be at an end, but The Wonder Years have given it a dimension that it has always lacked. There are no jokes here, just a man ravaged with doubt about the choices he has made. Life, basically. So turn it up.