Weeknights 5:30 & 7p, Sun 6:30 & 7:30p
Mar. 29 at 6:30pm
'Tasty Boys' HD
As Adam and Barry team up in a rap supergroup à la the Beastie Boys, Beverly presses Murray to let her remodel their kitchen.
Mar. 29 at 7:30pm
'Baio And Switch' HD
As Coach Mellor prepares his students for the nationwide charity event Hands Across America, Adam offers to take his old friend Emmy Mirsky to the Harvest Dance. However, when Dana shows up to visit her grandmother and expects to be his date, Adam looks to his favorite television comedies for an example of someone who successfully dated two girls on the same night.
Mar. 30 at 5:30pm
'The Lost Boy' HD
When Beverly guilt trips Barry and Erica into letting her go to the movies with them, Murray reluctantly agrees to take Adam to a Phillies game. Things are going fine at Veterans Stadium until Adam has to go to the bathroom and insists that his dad come, too.
Mar. 30 at 7pm
'Double Dare' HD
After watching the game show Double Dare together for years, Adam and Emmy are excited to learn that the producers will be holding auditions at their school. Meanwhile, after years of their superstitions failing to bring any luck to the beleaguered Philadelphia Eagles, Barry suggests that Murray allow Beverly to watch the games with them from now on.
Mar. 31 at 5:30pm
'The Adam Bomb' HD
When Adam pretends to ruin Barry’s prized Charles Barkley basketball shoe in a devious April Fool’s Day prank, Barry smashes his giant toy castle in a fit of revenge. Meanwhile, when Beverly backs Erica’s plan to skip college and convince pop superstar Tiffany to take her under her wing, it falls to Murray to tell her no.
Mar. 31 at 7pm
'Lainey Loves Lionel' HD
Beverly forbids Adam to see the R-rated movie Porky's, so Murray encourages his son to break the rules. But Adam's rule-breaking doesn't stop there. Meanwhile, Barry employs the music of Lionel Ritchie in an effort to impress Lainey on Valentine's Day.
Apr. 1 at 5:30pm
'I Drank the Mold!' HD
Beverly plans a birthday sleepover for Adam, but things go awry when a friend brings his dad's home-brewed beer and gets everyone sick. Meanwhile, Murray promises Erica and Barry a new CD player on the condition that they write the greatest song ever.
Apr. 1 at 7pm
'Weird Al' HD
With Dana returning from Seattle for a visit, Adam asks Beverly to get them tickets to see his favorite rock star, Weird Al Yankovic. While unhappy about Dana pushing her aside, Beverly agrees. When they fail to reconnect over their favorite pastimes, Adam hopes that the concert will fix things.
Apr. 2 at 5:30pm
'La Biblioteca Es Libros' HD
Beverly arranges for Adam's teacher to tutor him in Spanish, a class she can't believe he's failing; at the same time, Barry gets a job delivering pizzas to impress Murray, but meanwhile, Erica is upset that her father hasn't acknowledged the fact that she has been working throughout her teen years.
Apr. 2 at 7pm
'Edward ‘Eddie’ The Eagle Edwards' HD
Because Adam has always worshiped his athletic prowess, Barry is stunned when Rubén Amaro Jr. is named William Penn Academy’s athlete of the year. Despite the setback, seeing ski jumper Eddie “The Eagle” Edwards on television inspires Barry to become an Olympic champion, too.
Apr. 3 at 5:30pm
'Just Say No' HD
Erica throws her support behind Walter Mondale in 1984's presidential election and tries to get Beverly to vote with her, but to no avail. Meanwhile, Barry is determined to get on an athletic game show to prove his prowess after losing a wrestling match.
Apr. 3 at 7pm
'The ‘Dirty Dancing’ Dance' HD
As they bond over their shared love for the movie Dirty Dancing, Beverly is thrilled when Erica suggests it as the theme of an upcoming school dance. First, however, Erica must convince Principal Ball to go along with the idea. When Ball refuses to sanction anything with the word “dirty” in the title, Beverly encourages Erica to follow her lead and demand that he change his mind.
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.