The Goldbergs (2013– )
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Adam accidentally gets Barry kicked out of a group of cool kids at school.

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Barry Goldberg
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Albert 'Pops' Solomon
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Lainey Lewis
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Louise Rubin
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Andy Cogan
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Geoff Schwartz
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'Naked' Rob Smith
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Ari Caldwell
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Jill Rubin
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Teacher (as Jerrell Lee Wesley)
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Adam accidentally gets Barry kicked out of a group of cool kids at school.

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22 October 2014 (USA)  »

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Goofs

At the end of the episode, Beverly hands Erica a bunch of "Bev Bucks" which are meant to be exchanged for kisses. Each is a dollar bill that has been modified with a picture of Beverly in place of George Washington. But the signature of the Treasury Secretary on each dollar bill is that of John W. Snow, who was Treasury Secretary from 2003 to 2006. See more »

Quotes

Beverly Goldberg: [hungover] What was I thinking?
Erica Goldberg: You were thinking I'm terrible because I tried to ditch you.
Beverly Goldberg: You're wonderful. You took care of me all night.
Erica Goldberg: It was just one night and I wanted to die. You do it every single day for all of us, and that's actually pretty cool.
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Features Ultima IV: Quest of the Avatar (1985) See more »

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Rhythm of the Night
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Performed by DeBarge
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A mutual fight for coolness
25 September 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Another strong episode with equally enjoyable story lines: Beverly Goldberg, tragically unhip; and Adam's and Barry's struggle for posse acceptance. It gets some impressive laughs out of the overall stupidity of Barry's friends and some wicked one-liners all around. Every actor gets something to do, and that's usually the mark of a good episode.

7/10


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