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Murray Goldberg (23 Episodes)
Albert 'Pops' Solomon (23 Episodes)
Adam Goldberg (23 Episodes)
Barry Goldberg (23 Episodes)
Erica Goldberg (23 Episodes)
Lexy Bloom (23 Episodes)
Beverly Goldberg (23 Episodes)
Ari Caldwell (5 Episodes)
Chad Kremp (4 Episodes)
Tyler Stansfield (2 Episodes)
Tailgater (1 Episode)
Dana's Dad (1 Episode)
Trick or Treater in ALF costume (uncredited) (1 Episode)
Bruce (1 Episode)
Costume Design (23 Episodes)
Tony R. Medina
Chef (23 Episodes)
Victor Nelli Jr.
Director (3 Episodes)
Michael Patrick Jann
Director (2 Episodes)
Director (1 Episode)
Executive Producer (23 Episodes)
Annette Sahakian Davis
Co-Executive Producer (23 Episodes)
Writer (2 Episodes)
Adam F. Goldberg
Staff Writer (1 Episode)
Writer (1 Episode)
Hoping to receive a car for his birthday, Barry is shocked by what his mother gives him; Adam asks Pop for advice.
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Erica's moodiness puts the family roller-skating tradition at risk; Beverly takes Adam school clothes shopping.
Barry goes to work at the furniture store with Murray; Adam and Pops struggle to keep the fact that they watched an R-rated movie from Beverly.
Barry and Adam bond over the discovery of a TV channel; Beverly involves herself in her father's dating life.
Adam, Erica and Barry learn about Murray's romantic past while cleaning out the garage; Adam falls for his neighbor.
Beverly is disappointed when the kids don't want to celebrate Halloween with her; Beverly tries to get Barry's crush to go out with him.
Barry neglects to follow his mother's most important rule about using the car after getting his driver's license.
Beverly invites the Kremps -- the all-American and seemingly perfect new neighbors -- over for a barbecue.
When Murray's brother, Marvin, visits, there is a surprise in store.
When Erica starts working at a local department store, Beverly's bargain-hunting dreams come true; Adam and Barry go to the racetrack with Pops.
Barry signs up for a holiday talent show at the school, but karate isn't approved as a talent; Pops coerces Erica into performing in the show.
When Pops goes to the shop with Murray for a little change of pace, he criticizes how Murray does business; Erica and Barry give Adam advice when Dana Caldwell comes over to study.
Beverly runs into her enemy, Betsy Rubenstone; Murray and Adam try to rent a video but are forced to pay a late fee.
Beverly insists on chaperoning when Dana and Adam go to their first school dance together; Murray decides to talk about the birds and the bees with Barry.
Erica breaks a trust agreement with Beverly when she sneaks out to a college party and ends up needing her mother to rescue her; Barry tells Adam that men and women can't be friends.
Inspired by "The Goonies," Adam recruits Barry, Emma and some friends to search for some missing family jewelry.
Adam tries to impress Murray with his ice hockey skills, while Murray tries to pretend he likes Adam's movies; Beverly hounds Erica about her S.A.T.s.
Murray retaliates when Beverly swaps out his favorite easy chair with something new; Barry tries to rescue Adam when he is bullied on the school bus.
Beverly gets Adam out of the Presidential Physical fitness test; Erica's pen pal visits and Barry tries to impress her.
Adam is excited for his birthday party, but Barry thinks he should change the theme; Murray and Pops are captivated by the opening of Al Capone's safe.
When Erica cannot be consoled after her boyfriend dumps her, Murray steps in to help; Barry becomes obsessed with a new arcade game.
When Beverly learns that Barry lied about joining the wrestling team, she takes matters into her own hands; Erica flakes on a promise to take Adam to the premiere of "Return of the Jedi.
When Murray's high school free throw record is broken, he attends a banquet as the guest of honor; Barry decides to throw a party.
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