- Format: DVD Region 2 for the UK
- Number of Disc: 3
- Genre: Sitcom
- Starring: Wendi McLendon-Covey, Jeff Garlin, Hayley Orrantia
- Studio: Sony Pictures
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Where can I buy Goldbergs season 4 on DVD?
The fourth season of the American television comedy series The Goldbergs premiered on ABC on September 21, 2016. The season was produced by Adam F. Goldberg Productions, Happy Madison Productions, and Sony Pictures Television, and the executive producers are Adam F. Goldberg, Doug Robinson, and Seth Gordon. The season contains 24 half-hour episodes. The season concluded on May 17, 2017. The show explores the daily lives of the Goldberg Family; a family living in Jenkintown, Pennsylvania in the 1980s. Beverly Goldberg (Wendi McLendon-Covey), the overprotective matriarch of the Goldbergs is married to Murray Goldberg (Jeff Garlin). They are the parents of three children, Erica (Hayley Orrantia), Barry (Troy Gentile), and Adam (Sean Giambrone).
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It’s Adam’s first day of high school, which means a clean slate for him and his nerdy friends. So he tries to reinvent himself with a new “bad boy” rep, dressing just like Judd Nelson’s John Bender character in The Breakfast Club. Barry tries to establish himself as a jock, while Erica wants to have an awesome senior year by doing whatever she wants. But their plans are threatened when Beverly receives her teaching certificate to become a substitute teacher at their school. However, her fellow teachers do not welcome her and she has a terrible first day, especially when her kids won’t sit with her during lunch.
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Principal Ball fires Beverly after she loudly cusses at him. While Erica, Adam and Lainey bicker with Beverly, Ball issues them all a Saturday detention, as well as Barry whose rude comments Lainey was reading. Adam sees this as an opportunity to live out The Breakfast Club, with Lainey as the popular princess, Barry as the jock, and Erica as the unstable basket case, given her jealous rage over Geoff and Evey. Adam proclaims himself the troubled bad boy, even though the rest of the group sees him as the nerd. They spend eight hours acting out the film by dancing and sharing their problems with each other. Beverly even shares that she wants to belong and her kids see she’s just like them; struggling with her identity. Later, Murray marches down to the school and asks Principal Ball to give Beverly her job back so she has a purpose in her life instead of just being a mom, convincing Ball he can use Beverly’s “skills” when he has problems with other teachers.