History Series / TheGoldbergs

13th Dec '17 5:42:27 PM TonyG
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* WeDidntStartTheBillyJoelParodies: In "We Didn't Start The Fire" (appropriately enough), both Adam and Barry want to sing the titular song at the holiday talent show, only Barry [[SomethingSomethingLeonardBernstein can't get the lyrics right.]] [[spoiler:Eventually, they compromise and Barry sings a version with lyrics specific to the school, while Adam plays a slide show behind him.]]


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* WhosOnFirst: Pops tries to teach Barry the original routine in "We Didn't Start The Fire". It takes Barry two hours to get it.
13th Dec '17 7:12:07 AM BlindJustice-2515
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* EccentricMentor:
%%** Pops.
** Barry anytime he tries to teach Adam about being a man.

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* EccentricMentor:
%%** Pops.
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EccentricMentor: Barry anytime he tries to teach Adam about being a man.



* SharedFamilyQuirks: Brothers Murray and Marvin both speak in a squeaky voice that sounds like hyperventilating when under intense emotions like shock or sadness.



* WhyDoYouKeepChangingJobs: Every time Uncle Marvin shows up, he's already got a new job.

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* WhyDoYouKeepChangingJobs: Every time Uncle Marvin shows up, he's already got a new job.job/get-rich-quick scheme. When he moves into the Goldberg home and gets a job at Murray's furniture store, he doesn't give them up.
26th Nov '17 10:34:23 PM NumberFortyFour
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** The real-life Jackie (Adam's first prom date and eventual girlfriend) appears as Jackie's mother.
18th Nov '17 11:38:21 AM kawaiineko333
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* TheProblemWithLicensedGames: In A Wall Street Thanksgiving, Adam is hit with a hard dose of this in playing the legendarily bad E.T. game.
1st Oct '17 10:31:10 AM mimitchi33
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* EmbarrassingDampSheets: One of the mistranslated lines in Barry's French song in "The President's Fitness Test" is shown to us on screen as "I pee-peed the bed!".
27th Sep '17 9:39:52 PM GroLor
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%%* MyFriendsAndZoidberg

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%%* MyFriendsAndZoidberg* MyFriendsAndZoidberg: Dave Kim is frequently subjected to this by Adam.
26th Sep '17 3:24:11 PM GroLor
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* NoIndoorVoice:, as opposed to the Kremps.

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* NoIndoorVoice:, NightmareFuelColoringBook: Murray's attempt at scrapbooking.
--> '''Erica:''' It looks like something a 10-year-old serial killer would make.
* NoIndoorVoice: The Goldbergs,
as opposed to the Kremps.
23rd Sep '17 8:52:51 PM nombretomado
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* InsultBackfire: In the Season 4 premiere, based off of TheBreakfastClub, Adam tries to play up his bad boy persona, even using the same BarryManilow comment Bender uses in the film for Principal Ball. He replies that he's "quite the fan-ilow".

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* InsultBackfire: In the Season 4 premiere, based off of TheBreakfastClub, ''Film/TheBreakfastClub'', Adam tries to play up his bad boy persona, even using the same BarryManilow Music/BarryManilow comment Bender uses in the film for Principal Ball. He replies that he's "quite the fan-ilow".
12th Sep '17 1:18:01 PM HBICece
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** In "Stefan King," As part of the ''Literature/Misery'' WholePlotReference, Adam begs Beverly not to break his ankles, referencing one of the most famous scenes in the movie. However, that scene replaced a different scene in the original novel, where Annie cuts off Paul's foot instead. The novel was released in 1987, while the film was not out until November of 1990.

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** In "Stefan King," As part of the ''Literature/Misery'' ''{{Literature/Misery}}'' WholePlotReference, Adam begs Beverly not to break his ankles, referencing one of the most famous scenes in the movie. However, that scene replaced a different scene in the original novel, where Annie cuts off Paul's foot instead. The novel was released in 1987, while the film was not out until November of 1990.
12th Sep '17 1:16:44 PM HBICece
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** In "Stefan King," As part of the ''Literature/Misery'' WholePlotReference, Adam begs Beverly not to break his ankles, referencing one of the most famous scenes in the movie. However, that scene replaced a different scene in the original novel, where Annie cuts off Paul's foot instead. The novel was released in 1987, while the film was not out until November of 1990.
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