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Beverly is on a mission to transform Adam into a teenage heartthrob after a local kid talent agent insists he's only right for nerd roles. Meanwhile, Barry decides to go punk and Murray attempts to become more involved in Erica's life, but it backfires.
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…)
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…)
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…)
The Goldberg kids have big plans on prom night, all of which go awry. The night includes Barry's big romantic gestures for Lainey; Erica's attempt to go to prom with Geoff; and Adam being asked out by a nerdy but cute junior.
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…)
Murray is honored as one of Jenkintown's top businessmen, which is how Beverly learns her husband has no discernable hobbies—and her attempts to help him find some backfire. Meanwhile, Barry creates a scheme stealing golf carts, but when the situation go (more…)
The TV movie "The Day After" freaks out Barry, who attempts to convince Murray to build an underground bunker. Meanwhile, Erica and Adam try to use over-the-top Mother's Day gifts to get what they want, but it ultimately backfires.
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.
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…)
As the school year comes to a close, Barry and Erica wonder what they'll be voted for in the yearbook and pressure Adam—who's on staff—to see the rough layout before it goes to print. But when they accidentally delete it, mass panic ensues and messes u (more…)
Graduation Day is quickly approaching in the Season 4 finale, and Erica cannot wait to get out of the house, until it dawns on her how much Beverly's love means to her. Meanwhile, Barry's plans for himself and Lainey turn to dust; and Dana makes a surprise (more…)
A nostalgic comedy series about kids growing up in a dysfunctional family in the 1980s. In the opener, middle child Barry turns 16 and hopes to get a car for his birthday, but his mother doesn't think he's ready for the responsibility; and Adam asks Pops f (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.
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 Barry decide to write a song like the iconic "Parents Just Don't Understand" and call it "Dads Just Don't Care." When they don't get the reaction they expect from Murray, the boys take appropriate steps to make amends. Meanwhile, Beverly keeps cal (more…)
Adam, Erica and Barry stumble upon an old box of letters written by Murray to another woman, and they learn how their dad's past love life connects to his marriage with Beverly. In other events, Adam gets dating advice from Pops.