In-front-of and behind-the-scenes photos from the latest episode of The Goldbergs: Boy Barry
Check out these promotional pics from Wednesday’s upcoming episode with guest star Dan Fogler! Synopsis:
A bet over Jazzercise between Beverly and Erica ends with the younger Goldberg deciding to opt out of celebrating Thanksgiving with her family; at the same time, Uncle Marvin shows up for the holiday and unexpectedly bonds with Adam, much to the annoyance of Murray.
In the middle of the Marvel internet freakout, some really cool news about upcoming episodes of The Goldbergs was released that you may have missed.
- Ferris Bueller Tribute Episode
On Tuesday it was announced that the John Hughes homage is finally set – “Adam’s Folly” will be based on the hit 1986 classic Ferris Bueller’s Day Off. From The Hollywood Reporter:
“Ferris Bueller (played by Matthew Broderick) exuded cool. He got the girl, he had the epic day off, he outsmarted his teachers, parents, siblings and classmates. And the way John Hughes captured that epic day of fun, it was the obvious choice to send the Goldbergs on a quest to re-create that awesome day off,” Goldberg said in a statement. “My older brother Barry and I had little in common growing up, but we shared an equal obsession with Ferris Bueller’s Day Off. Watching it over and over was how we bonded and we quoted lines from it as if it was our secret language. We saw ourselves in the iconic character of Ferris, the popular schemer who could do no wrong. However, we all knew the reality — neither of us was a Ferris. Sadly, we both more resembled Cameron (Alan Ruck), Ferris’ hapless sidekick.”
We’re looking forward to the many possibilities this episode can bring. Compared to a 22-minute episode, the hilarity-ensuing hijinks of Ferris are virtually limitless. Here’s to hoping Ben Stein gets a cameo, we get to hear “Oh Yeah!” (maybe with a Twix or two), and that Barry walks out in his robe at the end saying “You’re still here? It’s over. Go home!”
- New Kids on the Block tribute
On Wednesday, also from Lesley Goldberg at The Hollywood Reporter, we found out a little more information about an upcoming episode entitled “DannyDonnieJoeyJonJordan” based on those guys with the ‘Right Stuff,’ NKOTB. Says Adam:
“I have a whole episode mapped out in my head about the time that me and Chad Kremp became obsessed with the New Kids. It started out in jest, and we ended up really loving their music. And that’s perfect for Adam and Barry.”
- The Return of Big Tasty
If you missed last night’s Halloween Episode – “Family Takes Care of Beverly” – you missed the return of Barry’s rap persona/alter-ego Big Tasty. With the JTP (Jenkintown Posse) beatboxing in the background Big Tasty rapped his love for Lainey (or L to the Y to the N to the E). With news that a mini-Bev called Evelyn is on the horizon to be set up with Barry for an episode 2015, and word that Lexy Bloom will return, it sounds like the tough-but-gentle warrior will have his hands full with the ladies this season!
- Upcoming episodes – November sweeps
IMDB has the order all out of whack, but the press releases for the next few episodes are as follows:
November 5th – The CMA Awards take over all of ABC’s Wednesday night lineup so new episodes are pushed back a week.
November 12th – “Big Baby Ball”
“When Mr. Meller singles out Adam during a game of Dodgeball, Beverly intervenes to protect Adam and gets Meller fired. But soon, Murray and Adam see him in a new light, so Beverly tries to get his job back…will she succeed? Meanwhile, Barry can’t accept Erica is better than him in a new board game… Trivial Pursuit”
November 19th – “A Goldbergs Thanksgiving”
“As a bet, Beverly challenges Erica to participate in Jazzercise after she thinks her mom’s obsession is lame. When she wins, Erica decides to opt out of celebrating Thanksgiving so Beverly must find a way to win her daughter back to celebrate the holiday with the family. Meanwhile, uncle Marvin shows up for his annual visit to the Goldberg home and unexpectedly bonds with Adam which annoys Murray.”
Which means it’s quite possible that Dan Fogler – 2014 Goldies winner for best guest star – will be returning! Wonder if we’ll see Nitrous (Dustin Ybarra) again this season as well?
Which episode are you most looking forward to in November?
After six long weeks of having to click a button for your favorite Goldbergs things, the Goldnerds Fan Awards have come to a close. We’d like to thank each and every person who took the time to vote for their favorites (or write in their favorites when the choice wasn’t there). You made this a success!
We had some odd & funny write-ins, including:
- “Barry eating donuts out of the trash” as his best talent
- Vic & Mr. Kremp as favorite single guest star appearance (they’re in multiple episodes)
- Uncle Marvin as favorite multiple appearance guest star (he’s in one episode)
But the best write-in had to be in the Adam’s “real” Best Friend category – someone simply wrote “Pops,” which is all kinds of heartwarming goodness.
All winners are listed below so you can relive the excitement and the percentages are available on all polls so you can find out how much your votes won (or lost) by. We can’t wait to find out what’s in store for Season 2 so we can get ready for Goldies 2015!
Though Amazon is short on details, the folks over at TVShowsonDVD.com have shared the following info:
- Patton Oswalt: Adam Grows Up
- Costumes of the ’80s: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
- Blast From the Past: Making Season One
- On Set With Jeff Garlin
- Our House: The ’80s Revisited
- Commentary on Kara-Te’ with Wendi McLendon-Covey, Troy Gentile, Hayley Orrantia, Adam F. Goldberg, Doug Robinson and Andrew Secunda
- Commentary on Goldbergs Never Say Die! with Troy Gentile, Hayley Orrantia, Adam F. Goldberg, Doug Robinson, David Katzenberg and Andrew Secunda
- Commentary on You Opened the Door with Wendi McLendon-Covey, Troy Gentile, Hayley Orrantia, Adam F. Goldberg, David Katzenberg, Alex Barnow and Marc Firek
- Commentary on Lame Gretzky with Wendi McLendon-Covey, Troy Gentile, Hayley Orrantia, Adam F. Goldberg, Doug Robinson, Stacey Harman and Niki Schwartz-Wright
- Commentary on Call Me When You Get There with Wendi McLendon-Covey, Troy Gentile, Hayley Orrantia, Adam F. Goldberg, Doug Robinson, Stacey Harman and Niki Schwartz-WrightTaken from: http://tvshowsondvd.com/n/20080#ixzz38DqCEuEg