Before there were parenting blogs, trophies for showing up, and peanut allergies, there was a simpler time called the '80s. For geeky and movie obsessed youngest child Adam his wonder years were spent documenting the hilarious and awkward antics of his colorful family. This season finds Adam and his siblings fighting off huggies, snuggies and nubbies, as they navigate what it means to grow up as a Goldberg.
Beverly intercepts the mix tape Adam made for Dana, thinking he made it for her.
Adam doesn't get the part he wanted in the school play, leading Beverly to cast him in a rival show.
Prince Charles and Lady Di's impending nuptials inspire Beverly to plan a vow renewal.
Adam accidentally gets Barry kicked out of a group of cool kids at school.
Pops is evicted after accidentally starting a fire in his apartment during a Halloween party.
Beverly intervenes after Mr. Meller singles Adam out; Erica beats Barry at a new board game.
When Erica wins a bet with Beverly, she decides to opt out of Thanksgiving.
Adam's exaggeration about how he broke his arm could jeopardize his friendship with Emmy Mirsky.
Barry is excited when a modeling representative approaches him, but Erica thinks it's a scam.
After an incident in the garage, Murray demands that the family clean it out.
Erica asks Beverly for help finding Barry a date; Adam and Pops get into an argument.
Beverly can't accept Adam has deep feelings for Dana; Murray watches football with Lainey's dad.
After Murray takes Erica's car privileges away, she and Barry retaliate by purchasing a used van.
Barry pretends to be sick so he can have an epic day off -- but things don't go as planned.
Beverly compromises Dana and Adam's assignment to parent a doll; Erica tries to get back at Barry.
Erica wants to postpone college and pursue a singing career; an April Fools' joke leads to a war.
During Adam's birthday party, his friend Garry shares some of his dad's homebrewed beer.
Beverly learns Adam is failing Spanish; Barry gets a job in hope of impressing Murray.
Erica tries to educate Beverly about voting; Barry wants to prove his athletic prowess.
Murray is happy to hear that Adam wants to play a school sport -- until he finds out it's fencing.
When Adam thinks he can harness some of Pop's luck, he ends up losing his toys on a gamble.
Beverly insists on throwing Erica a going away party when she leaves for her summer arts school.