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Adam plans to invite Dana to his laser-tag birthday party, but Barry thinks the game is juvenile and persuades Adam to host a make-out party in the basement instead. When Beverly finds out about the gathering, she tries to get Murray to intervene. Elsewher (more…)
Jeff's embarrassed when Jennifer massages his neck and he's very noticeably aroused. Meanwhile, Russell tries to flirt with a teacher, but keeps getting insulted by a little bully. Bully: Colby Paul. Teacher: Andrea Lynn Silvers.
Adam and Jennifer plan a romantic weekend away, but a fight about their future sidetracks it. Meanwhile, Russell meets an older woman (Jessica Walter) he slept with on his 18th birthday and plans on bedding her again, even though she's now 60; and Jeff and (more…)
Adam buys an expensive video-game console and Jennifer makes him promise to discuss major purchases first, but Russell interferes and makes Adam question the agreement. Meanwhile, Audrey accuses Jeff of being more emotionally involved with sports teams tha (more…)
Murray learns that his high-school free-throw record has been broken, and he's invited to attend a banquet as the guest of honor as the first season ends. Meanwhile, Barry throws a party but quickly finds himself out of the spotlight.
In the second-season opener, Adam takes the next step in his blossoming relationship with Dana by creating a mix tape for her, but the tape falls into Beverly's hands instead. Elsewhere, Barry gets caught with a fake ID.
Adam auditions for the school musical but gets cast in a non-leading role, so Beverly offers him a spot in a competing show. Elsewhere, Barry takes issue with Murray's habit of leaving sporting events early in order to beat traffic.
The upcoming royal nuptials of Prince Charles and Diana inspire Beverly to plan a vow renewal for herself and Murray—but Murray is completely uninterested in the idea. Elsewhere, Barry and Adam form a garage band, and Barry hopes his music will catch Lai (more…)
Adam accidentally gets Barry kicked out of the cool-kids club at school, and he tries to remedy the situation by offering to hack into the school's computer system and change the popular kids' grades. Elsewhere, Beverly tries to be a cool mom after learnin (more…)
Adam attends a Phillies game with his dad and ends up lost in the stadium after Murray allows him to leave his seat on his own. Elsewhere, Beverly's guilt trip backfires when Erica and Barry drive off without her during an argument on their way home from t (more…)
Erica plans for her future after high school, deciding to pursue her dream of becoming a singer and putting college on hold, which leads her parents to worry. Meanwhile, an April Fools' Day joke leads to an all-out war between Adam and Barry.
Beverly plans a birthday sleepover for Adam, but things go awry when a friend brings his dad's home-brewed beer and gets everyone sick. Meanwhile, Murray promises Erica and Barry a new CD player on the condition that they write the greatest song ever.
Beverly arranges for Adam's teacher to tutor him in Spanish, a class she can't believe he's failing; at the same time, Barry gets a job delivering pizzas to impress Murray, but meanwhile, Erica is upset that her father hasn't acknowledged the fact that she (more…)
Erica throws her support behind Walter Mondale in 1984's presidential election and tries to get Beverly to vote with her, but to no avail. Meanwhile, Barry is determined to get on an athletic game show to prove his prowess after losing a wrestling match.
Murray's joy over Adam wanting to play a sport is short-lived once he discovers that it's fencing, and worse yet, he was inspired by a scene from "The Princess Bride." Meanwhile, things don't go exactly as planned when Beverly tries to make a love connecti (more…)
Adam and Emmy are excited when their favorite TV game show "Double Dare" holds auditions at their school. Their friendship is tested, however, when they secretly ask Pops and Handsome Ben to be their respective partners. Meanwhile, a superstitious Barry co (more…)
Beverly forbids Adam to see the R-rated movie "Porky's," so Murray encourages his son to break the rules. But Adam's rule-breaking doesn't stop there. Meanwhile, Barry employs the music of Lionel Ritchie in an effort to impress Lainey on Valentine's Day.
Dana comes to town, but has a hard time mustering up any enthusiasm for a "Weird Al" Yankovic concert Adam wants her to attend, which makes him think their relationship is coming to an end. Meanwhile, Erica and Barry take their newfound knowledge as peer c (more…)
Beverly helps Erica plan a school dance with a "Dirty Dancing" theme, but turns on her daughter once she realizes it may be inappropriate. Meanwhile, Murray and Adam try to become better dancers, without much luck.
Adam tells a wild story to the kids at school to explain his broken arm, but his lie ends up threatening his friendship with Emmy Mirsky. Meanwhile, Beverly worries that her family won't eat at home again after a new Chinese restaurant captures their heart (more…)
Beverly gets Mr. Meller fired for singling out Adam during dodgeball, but after some persuading from Adam and Murray she ends up fighting for him to be rehired. Meanwhile, Barry is unable to deal with the fact that Erica is better than him at a new board g (more…)