Weeknights 5:30 & 7p, Sun 6:30 & 7:30p
Apr. 5 at 6:30pm
'12 Tapes For A Penny' HD
Frustrated with recording music off the radio, Adam looks to assemble a cassette tape collection by following Dave Kim’s lead and joining the Columbia House Record Club. Though Erica warns that the “12 tapes for a penny” promotion is a trap, Adam decides to use a fake name to get the music without ever honoring the contract to buy more tapes every month. Looking to capitalize on the sweet deal, he ups the ante and opens accounts using dozens of fake names, each of which gets 12 tapes. However, when the orders start rolling in, Beverly reflexively blames Erica for the fraud. Meanwhile, upon realizing that Lainey’s dad, Bill, doesn’t like him, Barry asks Murray to help change his mind. But when Murray balks, Barry vows to become Bill’s new best friend all on his own
Apr. 5 at 7:30pm
'Magic Is Real' HD
On the heels of breaking up with Dana, Adam is determined to land a new girlfriend by finding something to set him apart from the crowd. Though Barry helps him restyle his hair and Beverly offers her affection to get him through the rough times, after seeing illusionist David Copperfield on TV, Adam decides on magic as his thing. Though his first attempt falls flat, after his classmate Sharon asks him to perform at her little brother’s birthday party, Adam must act fast. But in exchange for underwriting his new act with some expensive store-bought magic tricks, Beverly insists on being his assistant.
Apr. 6 at 5:30pm
'As You Wish' HD
Unhappy with his video recreation of a legendary sword-fighting scene from The Princess Bride, Adam comes up with a plan to get a real sword. Playing on his dad’s love of sports, Adam says he wants to take up fencing. Though Murray is certain that Beverly won’t approve, Pops encourages him to sign him up for lessons. But when Adam quits during his first match, Murray realizes he’s been duped into buying him the sword for his movie.
Apr. 6 at 7pm
'Dungeons & Dragons, Anyone?' HD
When Adam confronts him about the fact that he and his friends always get picked last during gym class, Coach Mellor agrees to make him a team captain. Though Adam intends to pick his friends first, Barry convinces him it would be social suicide. So when the next class rolls around, he stuns everyone by choosing the jocks over his pals. When Erica announces that she wants to attend Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Beverly objects.
Apr. 7 at 5:30pm
'Dance Party U.S.A.' HD
When Erica and Lainey are chosen to appear on the TV show Dance Party U.S.A., Barry begs to go along with them. However, when Erica refuses, Barry seeks revenge by secretly infecting his sister’s pillow with pink eye. Meanwhile, Adam is so convinced that he’s inherited Pops’ legendary good luck, he wagers his prized card and toy collections in a bet with Principal Ball’s son, Garry. But Adam loses it all and Beverly vows to get his things back.
Apr. 7 at 7pm
Though Erica and her friends have always been dismissive of his love for Rush, when their classmate Johnny Atkins lures her into his car to hear the Canadian rock band, she is won over. Not only does Erica become a Rush fan—over her friends’ objections, she also falls for Johnny. However, when Johnny arrives at the Goldberg house, Murray disapproves and tears up the flyer for a Battle of the Bands that his Rush cover band is playing in. When Erica discovers what’s happened, she doubles down on her forbidden love and joins Johnny’s band.
Apr. 8 at 5:30pm
After catching Barry and Lainey making out in a janitor’s closet, Principal Ball calls Murray and his archenemy Bill Lewis into his office. While Bill is surprised that they are still dating after he explicitly ordered them to stop, Ball notes that the forbidden nature of their relationship is fueling the romance. Although they still hate each other because of their competing loyalties to the Philadelphia Eagles and the Dallas Cowboys, Murray and Bill find something they can both despise when they discover that the principal is a fan of the New York Giants.
Apr. 8 at 7pm
'Smother’s Day' HD
Fueled by his passion for all things outer space, Adam asks Murray for the money to attend Space Camp. When Murray dismisses it as ridiculous, Adam vows to change his mind with a demonstration. But when a trip to the mall to watch him ride in a space simulator backfires, Murray remains unconvinced.
Apr. 9 at 5:30pm
'Goldbergs Feel Hard' HD
With Erica preparing to leave for a prestigious summer music program in Pittsburgh, Beverly uses her going away party to tell her how much she loves her. When pressed, Murray caves and shares his affection too, but it only makes Erica uncomfortable. Barry breaks his own rule and professes his love for Lainey, but is then suddenly shut out of her life. Upon learning that Dana’s family is going to Seattle for the summer, Adam sets out to use the lyrics to Bonnie Tyler’s Total Eclipse of the Heart to tell her that he loves her. However, after seeing what’s happened to his brother, Adam looks to retrieve his letter from Dana’s locker before she reads it.
Apr. 9 at 7pm
'Big Orange' HD
Having grown tired of Barry always wearing a Philadelphia Flyers jersey he lovingly calls Big Orange, Beverly and Lainey conspire to get him to change his wardrobe. After taking him on a shopping spree, they are stunned when he ignores their choices and returns to Big Orange. Meanwhile, Adam tries to get Erica reminisce about all the good times they had in their childhood treehouse running their detective agency—The Goldberg Gang.
Apr. 10 at 5:30pm
'Weird Science' HD
As Adam looks to Weird Science to launch Barry’s epic senior year, Beverly pitches in to help Erica start her college career.
Apr. 10 at 7pm
'Have a Summer' HD
With the last day of school approaching, Adam and his fellow junior high graduates panic at the thought of a cruel hazing ritual performed by the William Penn Academy’s upperclassmen. Though Beverly promises to protect Adam from the prank, she gets caught up in reminiscing of the past and begins to obsess about Adam’s baby blanket.
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.