The Goldbergs (2013– )
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Daddy Daughter Day 

A day out with Erica leaves Murray wishing he hadn't asked about her life. Their annual school wardrobe shopping trip leaves Beverly and Adam at odds.

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A day out with Erica leaves Murray wishing he hadn't asked about her life. Their annual school wardrobe shopping trip leaves Beverly and Adam at odds.

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Barry Goldberg: [Murray and Erica have spotted Barry at the roller skating rink] Okay, I know how this looks.
Erica: Then you know it's hilarious, right?
Barry Goldberg: You shut your face!
[Murray cackles with laughter]
Barry Goldberg: So now you know. This is where I go on the weekend.
Murray Goldberg: What happened to your rap club?
Barry Goldberg: It was just my cover.
Erica: Okay, you know you're supposed to cover something embarrassing with something *less* embarrassing, right?
Barry Goldberg: Your face is embarrassing! I've been coming here the past two months. Skating helps me blow off steam. You ...
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Come Sail Away
Written by Dennis DeYoung
Performed by styx
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"She growin' up, Murray. They all are."
8 September 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Roller skating night from hell . . .

One of these days, my daughter will outgrow her dad. It'll belt me right in the face, I just know it. And that's why this episode hit close to home. My only hope is that I handle it more smoothly than Murray (unlikely). Beverly doesn't have it any easier watching Adam grow up before her eyes. It's a good focus on the elder actors (Garlin and McLendon-Covey) and I found the subject matter instantly relatable.

Great episode.

8/10


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