Adam recruits Barry, Emma and some friends to search for some missing family jewelry.
Erica sneaks out to a college party and ends up needing Beverly to rescue her.
Beverly insists on chaperoning when Dana and Adam go to their first school dance together.
Beverly runs into her enemy, Betsy Rubenstone; Murray and Adam try to rent a video.
When Pops goes to the shop with Murray for a little change of pace, he criticizes the business.
Barry decides to sign up for the school’s holiday talent show but is bummed when the school doesn’t approve karate as a talent. Beverly is livid and brow beats the teacher in charge to change his mind.
Beverly can't resist a good sale, even if it is something the family doesn't really need.
It's Thanksgiving time and Murray's Brother pays a visit.
The Goldbergs meet their new neighbors, the Kremps, an all-American family, very well put together and seemingly perfect.
When Barry receives his first driver's license, Beverly lays out the rules about using the car, including the most important..."Call me when you get there!"
Beverly loves Halloween, but is disappointed when all of the kids choose to not celebrate the holiday with her.
While cleaning out the garage, Adam, Erica, and Barry come across a box of letters written by Murray to a woman named Anita.
Adam and Barry bond over a discovery they find on television.
Barry gets an important lesson from Murray, while Adam and Pops secretly go to a scary movie.
Murray and Erica's long tradition of roller-skating is in jeopardy, while clothes shopping with Beverly and Adam goes awry.
As Adam captures family life on videotape, brother Barry celebrates his birthday with a present he doesn't expect.