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The Ring 

As Beverly discovers that her engagement ring is the same one Murray gave to his ex-fiancee, Adam looks to a romantic comedy for inspiration as he tries to woo his pretty neighbor.

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Beverly Goldberg
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Barry Goldberg
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Erica Goldberg
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Albert 'Pops' Solomon
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Murray Goldberg
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Andy Secunda
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Dana Caldwell
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As Beverly discovers that her engagement ring is the same one Murray gave to his ex-fiancee, Adam looks to a romantic comedy for inspiration as he tries to woo his pretty neighbor.

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Real 1980s footage at the end of this episode, where the writer dedicates the episode to the real Barry, his brother, shows the writer and his brother on the grass next to a wall and a fence. This is pretty certainly next to the tennis courts by the real Jenkintown High School and Middle School in Jenkintown, PA, the writer's hometown, where the show is set. See more »

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In The Ring they reference the movie _Say Anything_ multiple times. This show takes place in 1985 and the movie Say Anything came out in 1989. They are referencing a movie that does not come out for 4 years. See more »

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References The Dark Crystal (1982) See more »

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Used rings and boomboxes
8 September 2017 | by See all my reviews

You can kinda see the "Say Anything" reference coming a mile away (gotta have the Peter Gabriel song in there, too) but not how you think. Adam's grand gesture blows up in his face, and it's a pretty funny scene.

The Gabriel song crops up again elsewhere, and it's to appropriately sweet effect. It's a nice nod to "Sixteen Candles".

Nice is actually a good word for the episode overall.

6/10


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