The Goldbergs (2013– )
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Call Me When You Get There 

Barry is thrilled at the freedom offered by his new driver's license, until Beverly lays down her rules of the road. Pops resists wearing a Life Alert necklace and is forced to call Adam when he needs help.

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Barry is thrilled at the freedom offered by his new driver's license, until Beverly lays down her rules of the road. Pops resists wearing a Life Alert necklace and is forced to call Adam when he needs help.

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5 November 2013 (USA)  »

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Goofs

When Barry pulls in to the "kegger in the woods" he parks behind an '87-93 body style Mustang, which has faded paint and rust on it. Seeing as the oldest model of this body style was only 2 years old even at the end of the decade, this would be highly unlikely. See more »

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References Knight Rider (1982) See more »

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It's Tricky
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Performed by Run-D.M.C.
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A good episode for the younger Goldbergs
11 September 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Barry's just gotten his license, and you can pretty much see where this is going. But it's still fun to see him blow it. There are actually a couple of nice dynamics here. Erica and Barry, for instance, (thus far unexplored). And Adam's the one who gets Pops to realize that he has family that worries about his safety.

Ultimately, it's really about telling Mom what she wants to hear, and making life easier for everyone. Murray has some great one-liners here.

7/10


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