When chosen for a jury of an accused pickpocket. Molly convinces the other jurors that the man is innocent and they vote to acquit. When the accused later shows up at the Goldbergs' residence, Molly ...
On Yom Kippur eve, the family prepares for temple. The tasks of getting dressed, checking the pantry and apologizing for the past year's transgressions is complicated by the fact that Uncle David's ...
i don't watch television entertainments (other than SNL occasionally). but, one night at about 2am, while channel-surfing the UHF band i stumbled onto an episode of "The Goldbergs".
the contrast between this show and today's dreck literally brought tears to my eyes. in this particular episode, a couple who were friends of the Goldbergs had just separated. it seems that they did not 'communicate' openly and honestly with each other during their marriage.
in discussing this, the Goldbergs started to become increasingly candid with each other about mutual disappointments from the past. as they did so, the emotional air became more and more acrid.
the point was that there is no easy answer to the question of how much to 'confront' and how much to sweep under the carpet. but, there was no hitting below the belt, no potty humor, no double (or mono) entendres. just two decent people discussing a universal domestic problem with a leavening of humor.
i haven't been able to find it again, but i wish it would go into syndication locally.
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