Before there were parenting blogs, trophies for showing up, and peanut allergies, there was a simpler time called the ‘80s. For geeky 11-year old Adam (Sean Giambrone) these were hiswonder years and he faced them armed with a video camera to capture all the crazy. The Goldbergs are a loving family like any other, just with a lot more yelling.
Cast: Wendi McLendon-Covey, Sean Giambrone, Troy Gentile, Hayley Orrantia, Jeff Garlin, George Segal
Adam and Brea decide to go to prom together, but when Adam worries he won't be Prom King, Beverly's actions jeopardize the event; Barry teaches Erica how to be compassionate and caring when Geoff's dad is in the hospital.
Adam and Brea's relationship is going well until Beverly's over-involvement causes them to fake a breakup; Lainey is back, which throws Barry for a loop regarding his blossoming relationship with Ren.
While throwing a telethon at their college, Barry attempts to woo Ren by promising to get Hall and Oates to perform; Beverly attempts to set Bill up, but things go awry when he finds happiness with a woman he meets through Beverly's enemy.
Business rival and nemesis "Formica" Mike attempts to make an offer Murray can't refuse; Adam offers Ms. Cinoman his and Erica's original show when William Penn cannot secure the rights to a well-known spring musical.
Erica, Barry, Geoff and the gang go on a spring break trip and things don't go as expected; Adam questions if college is for him when his test scores are not as good as he was hoping for.
Beverly buys a bicycle for Adam just like the one from "Pee Wee's Big Adventure"; Barry and Erica turn Murray's furniture store into an after-hours lounge for college students.
Adam and Murray don't want to go on a camping trip, so father and son create a film faking it; Erica joins an all-girl a cappella group and learns an important lesson after taking over the group.
Adam is torn between following Beverly's rules when it comes to off-campus lunch or going to the food court with his friends; after using Barry's college ID to get food at the dorm, Geoff becomes the "student" Barry wishes he could be.
A big party is being thrown at Dave Kim's house and Pops has a plan to make Adam cool for the big event; Beverly's cookbook has made her "famous," leading her to become out of control and fame hungry.
When Erica and Barry receive the same grade in class, Erica knows something's up and finds out something very interesting about her brother; Beverly helps Adam with the upcoming Valentine's Day dance.
Adam questions his career path of filmmaking when "the other Adam" warns him making it big in Hollywood isn't easy; Geoff becomes the house manager.
Geoff struggles to keep his living arrangement with Erica and Barry a secret from Beverly during game night; Adam goes to his guidance teacher for a lesson in being cool so he can get closer to a new girl in chemistry class.
Beverly discovers Murray is actually a year younger than they knew so she plans a do-over at celebrating his 50th birthday; Coach Mellor attempts to prepare Adam for pickleball tryouts.
Hoping to outdo the Kremp family, Beverly decides the Goldbergs must do an even better family holiday card; a prank war with Barry and JTP quickly spirals out of control.
A publishing company is interested in Beverly's cookbook, but they don't like how she writes; Barry and Erica cannot stop fighting as roommates and they makes themselves crazy; Geoff comes up with a housing plan that changes everything.
Beverly's patience with Pop Pop is put to the test due to his endless Thanksgiving demands; Barry and Erica are ready to return home for the holiday, but Uncle Marvin accidentally drives them to Pittsburgh.
Murray buys WrestleMania tickets to spend time with Barry and Adam, but he buys fake tickets and they can't get in; Beverly forms her own neighborhood watch group when the Frentas decide neighbor Jane Bales will be the watch captain.
Beverly scores a bargain on four paintings, but something supernatural is causing them to be destroyed; Barry decides to throw a huge "Rocky Horror Picture Show"-themed party against Erica's wishes.
While at school, Erica attempts to fool Beverly into thinking parents weekend has been rescheduled; Adam joins the school production of "Romeo and Juliet."
Barry decides to rush a fraternity, but it doesn't quite work out as he expects; Beverly and Murray find themselves getting closer to being empty nesters, which means more hobbies and activities for Beverly and more TV for Murray.
When a job for Geoff Schwartz's new food delivery service goes awry, it's up to Murray and Geoff to race all over Jenkintown in search of an important cheesesteak; a handful of local customers are anything but helpful.
Adam gets a surprise from his past -- his first love Dana; Barry and Erica are off to college, but realize they have nowhere on campus to live.
Beverly insists the family take a road trip to go on vacation to Disneyland before Erica and Barry go off to college; Erica worries about her relationship with Geoff when he tells her they need to talk.