Merely calling The Goldbergs a loud ode to the '80s ignores the show's true virtues. In an age of cynicism, Adam F. Goldberg's semi-autobiographical show has made sentimentality cool again, mixing in sweetness and warmth with the insults and laughs. Plus: It's given us our new favorite rapper: Big Tasty.
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