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The Goldbergs is a story of a hilarious family in the 1980s. The parents, Murray and Beverly Goldberg, have a hard time connecting with their children, as Beverly is an over-controlling mother and Murray feels distant and unable to break through to his children. There are three kids, Barry, the oldest, Erica, the teenage girl, and Adam, the nerdy 11 year old, through whose eyes the story is told. Lastly, there is "Pops," the lovable, ridiculous grandpa. In this show, Adam videotapes his family's everyday lives, and as an adult comes back and gives commentary (adult Adam is voiced by Patton Oswalt). Through Adam's videotapes comes the comedic story of a Northeastern family struggling through the 1980's one pop culture reference at a time.

Wednesday 9:30 PM et/p on ABC
4 Seasons, 77 Episodes - Currently Airing
September 24, 2013
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The Goldbergs (ABC) Full Episode Guide

  • Adam decides to start writing horror stories after being inspired by Stephen King; when Beverly finds out that the monster in Adam's story is based off of her, she makes him stay home on Halloween to rewrite the story to depict her in better light.

  • Murray and Pop-Pop compete in a message war after they both get answering machines. Frustrated, Erica, Barry and Pops try to stop the fighting by offering a trip to a hockey game as an olive branch.

  • Erica and Adam follow the lead of Jan from "The Brady Bunch" when dealing with relationship problems; and Beverly reaches her limit when it comes to dealing with Murray's stubbornness after he causes her to miss the Beach Boys at Live Aid.

  • Erica and Lainey try to find Bill a love match using some new dating technology and Adam's filmmaking skills. But they face some competition from Beverly, who insists on taking an old-fashioned approach to matchmaking. Meanwhile, a¬†failed aptitude test leads Barry to decide to pursue being a gym teacher as Coach Mellor's apprentice.

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