As the Sadie Hawkins dance approaches, Erica asks Beverly to help her find Barry a date to keep him away from Lainey. But Beverly comes up with a girl that shocks everyone. Meanwhile, Adam gets into ...
A retired police officer is on a fresh career path as he rises to the challenge of being a newly single dad. His kids are grateful to him for making sure they're OK but decide it's time for him to get out of the house, so they turn to Vanessa (Leah Remini), his former police partner, for help.
Before there were parenting blogs, trophies for showing up, and peanut allergies, there was a simpler time called the '80s. For geeky 11-year old Adam these were his wonder years and he faced them armed with a video camera to capture all the crazy. Written by
I believe it depends on what type family you grew up with whether you
enjoy this program or not; and although my family was not exactly like
this, nor did we grow up in the 80s, The Goldbergs is quite charming
and each episode has struck a nerve with this viewer and tugged at my
The fact that Adam F. Goldberg is culling story lines from actual
family life experiences gives this series a sense of realism other
shows lack. Further, it is driven by sincerity, rather than dependent
on trying too hard for a quota of laughs.
The Goldbergs is a winner, which I highly recommend.
A word for The Goldbergs bashers: It's OK, to turn off the intellect
and take an emotional ride and enjoy life, rather than looking for
flaws in an effort to project your superiority.
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