The Goldbergs (2013– )
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Barry wants money to buy an expensive pair of basketball shoes, so Murray hires him to work at his furniture store. When Beverly prohibits him from seeing a new horror movie, Adam goes ... See full summary »

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Barry wants money to buy an expensive pair of basketball shoes, so Murray hires him to work at his furniture store. When Beverly prohibits him from seeing a new horror movie, Adam goes behind her back. Written by Anonymous

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Reebok pumps came out in 1989, "Poltergeist" came out in 1982 and "The Great Mouse Detective" came out in 1986 See more »

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The movie that Adam and Pops go in to see "Poltergeist" was released in 1982, but Adam is later walking around the house wearing a t-shirt with a "Top Gun" logo, but "Top Gun" wasn't released until 1984. See more »

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Barry Goldberg: [outraged about the size of his paycheck] I know I made more than this. Why is it so low?
Murray Goldberg: Taxes! You got federal, state, Social Security, FICA.
Barry Goldberg: What are you talking about? Those aren't real things!
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References Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi (1983) See more »

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Here I Go Again
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Performed by Whitesnake
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Rides pretty well on charm alone
8 September 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I know we're only three episodes in, but Barry's sustained indignance isn't working for me. It's that awkward form of sitcom writing where the volume continually goes up. Although his time working for his dad's furniture store is pretty funny.

What really did work for me was the Beverly/Adam dynamic. The Poltergeist clown scare, the vindictive personality; Mom's a criminal mastermind, and Wendi Mclendon-Covey is one of my favorite parts of the show.

7/10


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