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The Goldbergs

Weeknights 5:30 & 7P, Sun 6:30 & 7:30p

Aug. 19 at 5:30pm
'The Darryl Dawkins Dance' HD

After discovering that her best friend Lainey is secretly seeing Barry, Erica insists they stop dating. Though Barry claims that Lainey is going to ask him to the upcoming Sadie Hawkins dance, Erica forbids him from going. But when she realizes Lainey can’t resist asking him, Erica enlists Beverly to find Barry someone else.


Aug. 19 at 7pm
'George! George Glass!' HD

While trying to talk his friends into joining his Saturday Night Live Society, Adam spots Zoe McIntosh, a junior he had a crush on when he saw her working at a diner four years ago. Though Evy warns against it, Adam’s friends encourage him to take another shot at a date now that he’s in high school. When Zoe remembers him from the diner but not his name, Adam tries to appear sophisticated by taking a page from The Brady Bunch and inventing a fake older girlfriend, à la Jan Brady’s “George Glass.”


Aug. 20 at 5:30pm
'Cowboy Country' HD

Already worried about falling behind his rapidly maturing classmates, Adam panics when a handsome high school sophomore invites his girlfriend Dana to a party. While Adam starts shaving in hopes that it will stimulate his facial hair, Erica recommends using jewelry to impress Dana.


Aug. 20 at 7pm
'Crazy Calls' HD

Adam quickly realizes that navigating the social hierarchy of the lunch room is troublesome—until he discovers that Michael C. Levy and Michael Z. Levy playing their favorite games in the computer lab during lunch. Meanwhile, after realizing that he’s been missing a lot of phone messages, Murray buys an answering machine. However, the new gadget launches Murray into a message war with his father.


Aug. 21 at 5:30pm
'Van People' HD

Although he’s always thought of himself as the funniest kid in school, Adam is stunned when Dana reveals that the yearbook is naming him “Nicest Guy” and not “Class Clown.” After Barry and Erica both confirm that he’s not that funny, Adam turns to Pops for advice. However, when he tries out some new material on his grandfather, the dirty jokes get him sent to his room. Meanwhile, after squaring off over Murray’s rule about keeping the family car filled with gas, Erica rebels and insists on walking to Lainey’s house in the rain. When Beverly worries that she could be struck by lightning, Murray demands that she back up his parenting decisions, no matter what. So to get out from under their dad’s rules, Erica convinces Barry to pool their money and buy a car.


Aug. 21 at 7pm
'Stefan King' HD

Inspired by novelist Stephen King, Adam writes a horror story featuring an overbearing mother called Veeberly. Despite Adam’s efforts to keep his work-in-progress under wraps, Beverly stumbles upon it and, unable to recognize that she’s the monster, gives it to her book club. Jealous of Geoff and Evy’s date to the Halloween dance, Erica claims that she is going with Lainey’s older cousin, Nate.


Aug. 22 at 5:30pm
'Barry Goldberg’s Day Off' HD

Although they agreed to avoid any Homecoming activities, Erica is stunned when her best friend and Barry’s girlfriend Lainey Lewis is chosen for the Homecoming Court. Upon learning her escort is classmate Anthony Balsamo, Barry sets out to win her back and impress the rest of the school by re-enacting his favorite movie, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off. So when his mom takes a job at the flower shop owned by their neighbor Virginia Kremp, Barry pretends to be sick and, after Murray offers to stay home and take care of him so Beverly can go to work, slips out. But when he shows up to borrow Pops’ car, he’s surprised to find Adam got there first. 


Aug. 22 at 7pm
'Recipe For Death II: Kiss The Cook' HD

Adam is surprised when Murray gives him money for a homemade action movie. However, upon seeing what his $80 paid for, Murray is disappointed. So when Adam says that it will take a much larger budget to meet his demanding standards, Murray borrows his cousin’s professional filmmaking equipment for him to use. Erica invites Beverly on a mother-daughter shopping trip. While Erica has something from Benetton in mind, Beverly insists they shop at Gimbels.


Aug. 23 at 5:30pm
'Happy Mom, Happy Life' HD

For their health class final exam, Adam and Dana are assigned a Cabbage Patch Kid doll to take care of as if it were their own child. As they are settling in with their “baby” – Leia Voltron Goldberg – Beverly’s efforts to take over create friction in the tree house.


Aug. 23 at 7pm
'Ho-ly K.I.T.T.' HD

Thanksgiving finds Murray and his brother fighting over their Knight Rider fandom. Meanwhile, things in the kitchen heat-up as Beverly and Bill Lewis begin a turkey cook-off.


Aug. 25 at 6:30pm
'The Greatest Musical Ever Written' HD

Barry objects when Adam and Lainey are cast as lovers in the school’s production of Phantom of the Opera. Beverly uses her position as a substitute teacher to make sure that Erica can’t coast through her senior year.


Aug. 25 at 7:30pm
'Globetrotters' HD

When Barry is too sick to go, Murray insists that Adam take his ticket to see the Harlem Globetrotters. Though Adam tries to get out of it, once he sees how hilarious they are, he’s sold on basketball. So when Barry tells him and his friends to stop mimicking the Globetrotters, Adam challenges him to a game that will determine who can claim the team as their own. Though Barry wins, Adam gets some private revenge by editing the video of the game to look like his team won. But after the embarrassing tape gets around school, Barry bans Adam from doing anything he’s also interested in. 

About the Show

In the not-too-distant 1980s, a young boy armed with a video camera chronicles the lives of his loving yet chaotic family. With an overprotective mom (Wendi McLendon-Covey), a gruff but caring dad (Jeff Garlin) and a lovable lothario of a grandpa (George Segal), Adam (Sean Giambrone) and his siblings Barry (Troy Gentile) and Erica (Hayley Orrantia) come of age in a time when the Internet was just a dream, the VCR ruled the world and there was a power ballad for every occasion.