Murray's joy over Adam wanting to play a sport is short-lived once he discovers that it's fencing, and worse yet, he was inspired by a scene from "The Princess Bride." Meanwhile, things don't go exactly as planned when Beverly tries to make a love connection between Barry's wrestling coach and Erica's voice teacher.
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The narrator says at the beginning of the show that it takes place in April 1980-something. Several references are made to the movie The Princess Bride, which was released in the fall of 1987, so it would have to be 1988 or 1989. See more
When Murray tells Adam that he can learn fencing from an encyclopedia, a generic red encyclopedia volume is placed on the table, rather than Murray reaching behind him to take one of the World Book Encyclopedias in a blue and white binding (correct for the era) from the shelf behind him. See more
[Referring to using real swords rather than wrapping paper tubes to recreate a sword fight in "The Princess Bride"
Maybe your mother can buy them for us.
Oh, that's a *great* idea! Let's just go ask my *safety-obsessed* mother if she'll buy us real swords to play with!
References Happy Days
Rewind (The Goldbergs Theme)
Written by I Fight Dragons
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