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Barry is mortified by Beverly, who, inspired by Mr. Keating from "Dead Poets Society," attempts to inspire his classmates as the substitute chemistry teacher. Meanwhile, Adam asks Erica for advice on how to be a better friend to Emmy after he inadvertently (more…)
Adam is afraid to take the Presidential Physical Fitness Test, so Beverly writes a note to excuse him from the challenge, but the plan hits a snag when the gym teacher tells Adam that he needs a presidential pardon to get out of the test. Meanwhile, Erica (more…)
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…)
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.
Barry and Erica both get jobs working at Spencer's Gifts, but only one Goldberg shines as a star employee. Meanwhile, Murray wants all three of his children gainfully employed, even though Beverly is adamant that Adam focus on his filmmaking.
An homage to the movie "The Karate Kid" finds Adam preparing to settle his long-standing feud with the other Adam Goldberg once and for all. As part of his training, he and Barry end up cleaning their Uncle Marvin's apartment. Meanwhile, Erica and Geoff ta (more…)
In the fifth-season opener, Erica heads to college and Beverly sleeps over in the dorm because she has trouble letting go. Meanwhile, inspired by the movie "Weird Science," Adam tries to build the perfect girlfriend for Barry.
Adam feels like a friendship is on the line as he attempts to channel Andre Agassi when competing with Barry in a tennis match against Chad and Dave Kim. Meanwhile, Erica works through her Valentine's Day blues with help from Beverly.
Feeling left out, Barry attempts to create a divide between Adam and Pops' relationship, as they debate the merits of the recently released Batman movie. Meanwhile, Erica purposely blows her college interview so she will go to her first choice. Hoping Murr (more…)
Erica starts to receive acceptance letters from college; at the same time, Barry wonders if he should modify his dream to become a doctor in order to attend the same school as Lainey. Meanwhile, Murray decides that his love for the dog is greater than that (more…)
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…)
A modeling representative approaches Barry in the mall, which leads him to believe he's about to become famous, while Beverly threatens the rep to land her son a gig. Elsewhere, Adam tries to make peace between Murray and his grumpy Pop-Pop.
Murray takes Erica's car privileges away, which leads her to retaliate by going halfsies with Barry on a shabby used black van that they end up living in much to the despair of Beverly. Meanwhile, Adam doesn't take kindly to being voted "nicest guy" in the (more…)
Beverly springs into action to help Adam deal with the awkwardness of puberty, including his crackling singing voice, which she fears could lead to embarrassment after he lands the lead role in "A Chorus Line." Meanwhile, Murray inspires Erica to go to the (more…)
Murray's attempt at bonding with Adam goes awry when the two end up fighting over the robot they are building; and Barry makes a huge mistake when he accidentally tapes over Beverly's beloved video of his 5th birthday party.