Weekdays 5:30 & 7P, Sat & Sun 7:30p
Mar. 19 at 5:30pm
'Who Are You Going to Telephone?' HD
Instead of trick-or-treating on Halloween with Pops like he always does, Adam surprises everyone when he wants to go out with classmate Evan Turner and his friends. Though disappointed that they won’t be hitting the neighborhood dressed as Ghostbusters, Pops encourages him to have a good time. But Adam is in for a big surprise when, after showing up dressed as a Rubik’s Cube, he discovers that Evan and company have vandalism – not trick-or-treating – in mind. Meanwhile, as Murray looks to avoid having anything to do with Halloween, Beverly worries when she learns that Erica is setting Barry up for a fall by persuading him to ask a popular girl on a date. So in an effort to protect Barry, Beverly dons a ghost costume and heads to Lexy Bloom’s Halloween party.
Mar. 19 at 7pm
'Crazy Calls' HD
Upon learning that his mom bribed the jocks at school to invite him to sit with them in the cafeteria, Adam insists that she stop meddling. Though still despondent over not having a place to sit, Adam changes his tune when he discovers Michael C. Levy and Michael Z. Levy playing their favorite games in the computer lab during lunch. Meanwhile, after realizing that he’s been missing a lot of phone messages, Murray buys an answering machine. While Erica and Barry immediately conclude that it’s the solution to their problems, too, they are stunned when the new gadget launches Murray into a message war with his father, Pop-Pop.
Mar. 20 at 5:30pm
'Call Me When You Get There' HD
Once he gets his driver’s license, Barry is sure he’s finally free from his parents’ control. But before he can even get out of the driveway, he’s hijacked by his mom and forced to listen to her ten rules for driving. Along with keeping the doors locked and windows rolled up at all times, she insists that Barry always call her when he gets to where he’s going. But when Barry decides to test her by not checking in when he goes to the movies with his friends, he’s embarrassed when she calls the theater and sends an usher to scold him. Meanwhile, as Murray struggles to learn to use the TV remote without having to ask his kids, Pops balks when Beverly buys him a Life Alert bracelet.
Mar. 20 at 7pm
'Stefan King' HD
Inspired by novelist Stephen King, Adam writes a horror story featuring an overbearing mother called “Veeberly.” Despite Adam’s efforts to keep his work-in-progress under wraps, Beverly stumbles upon it and, unable to recognize that she’s the monster, gives it to her book club. But when her friends and Pops point out what she didn’t see, she’s horrified. Jealous that Geoff and Evy are going to the Halloween dance as Seymour and Audrey II from Little Shop of Horrors, Erica claims that she is going with Lainey’s older cousin, Nate. When Evy has to cancel because her grandmother is sick, Erica says that Nate can’t make it either and offers to go with Geoff.
Mar. 21 at 5:30pm
'The Kremps' HD
Though their families couldn’t be more different, Adam has made friends with his new neighbor Chad Kremp. Where the Kremps are soft-spoken and refined, the Goldbergs are loud and brassy. Hoping to bring the two clans together, Beverly extends multiple invitations for a barbeque that Virginia Kremp hesitates to accept. When Beverly says Murray’s unfriendly behavior is keeping them away, he reluctantly drops in on Charles Kremp and discovers that the problem is that Virginia is afraid of Beverly. Meanwhile, tired of fighting his sister for the family telephone, Barry lobbies for a second line. After Erica tells their parents that Barry is calling phone sex lines, he threatens her with a recording of her talking about Chad’s handsome older brother, Drew.
Mar. 21 at 7pm
'Recipe For Death II: Kiss The Cook' HD
Though expecting to be turned down like always, Adam is surprised when Murray gives him money for a homemade action movie. Upon seeing what his $80 paid for, Murray is disappointed. So when Adam says that it will take a much larger budget to meet his demanding standards, Murray borrows his cousin’s professional filmmaking equipment for him to use. With her heart set on a sweater dress she can’t afford, Erica invites Beverly on a mother-daughter shopping trip. While Erica has something from Benetton in mind, Beverly insists they shop at Gimbels. But upon arriving to find that Gimbels is out of business, Beverly can’t get past her loyalty to the legendary department store and refuses to agree with any of Erica’s Benetton choices.
Mar. 22 at 5:30pm
'Stop Arguing and Start Thanking' HD
As Beverly prepares for Thanksgiving, Murray questions why she always invites his brother, Marvin. Hoping this year’s holiday will be an improvement on those past, Beverly encourages Murray to see his brother’s personal and professional shortcomings more positively. When he shows up driving a fancy new Delorean sports car, Murray can’t help but be suspicious. But after Marvin says he has a new job and gives him $2,000 as a partial repayment for all the money he’s borrowed over the years, Murray is impressed. However, as they are happily taking the new car for a spin, Murray senses a scam when Marvin asks him to invest $2,000 in his new company, Lotions of the Oceans. Meanwhile, the balance of power in their sibling rivalry shifts when Adam beats Barry for the first time in their game of Ball-Ball.
Mar. 22 at 7pm
'Ho-ly K.I.T.T.' HD
Upon learning that K.I.T.T., the car from the television series Knight Rider, is in Gimbels’ Thanksgiving Day Parade, Adam begs Murray to take him. But his dad refuses and when Beverly reminds him about the feast she’s preparing, their Thanksgiving gets off to its usual start with an argument between Murray and his brother Marvin. However, after Adam’s Knight Rider videos spark a shared love for the show, Marvin and Murray go to the parade together, crushing Adam when he sees them on TV.
Mar. 23 at 5:30pm
Fed up with her mom’s insistence that she shop for her, Erica looks for a job so she can buy the dress she wants for the school’s winter formal. Though Beverly warns there are many dangers lurking in the workplace, she backs off after learning that Erica’s job at Gimbel’s department store comes with a big employee discount. However, after she uses it five times during her first week, Erica’s boss orders her to rein Beverly in or lose her job. Meanwhile, during a trip to the racetrack, Pops bends the truth to convince Barry that he isn’t bad luck.
Mar. 23 at 7pm
'The Greatest Musical Ever Written' HD
Determined to find his place in high school, Adam refuses to heed Barry’s warnings and is cast opposite Lainey in the drama department’s production of Phantom of the Opera. Warned of a possible “showmance” between them, Barry tries to physically intimidate Adam, only to find he’s well protected by his new theater friends. But when he can’t convince Ms. Cinoman to cast him in a starring role, Barry joins the stage crew. Meanwhile, after Erica locks in a senior year schedule that requires as little work as possible, Beverly is upset to learn that it includes Home Economics. Surprising Erica and the dozens of athletes who are counting on an easy A, Beverly arranges to be the substitute teacher and vows to make it a real class.
About the Show
In the not-too-distant 1980s, a young boy armed with a video camera chronicles the lives of his loving yet chaotic family. With an overprotective mom (Wendi McLendon-Covey), a gruff but caring dad (Jeff Garlin) and a lovable lothario of a grandpa (George Segal), Adam (Sean Giambrone) and his siblings Barry (Troy Gentile) and Erica (Hayley Orrantia) come of age in a time when the Internet was just a dream, the VCR ruled the world and there was a power ballad for every occasion.