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Is Jeff Garlin really 55 years old?
August 17th, 2017 under The Goldbergs. [ Comments: 1 ]

One of the most memorable moments of The Goldbergs’ pilot is seeing Jeff Garlin in his tighty whities. Since then, it has been very rare that we get to see his sexy legs. But yesterday, he shared a photo of himself wearing just his briefs and a white T-Shirt and I am hoping we see more of it when the ABC sitcom returns for its 5th season on September 27th. As Bev would say he is scrumptious.


Jeff Garlin is hard at work on The Goldbergs
August 9th, 2017 under The Goldbergs. [ Comments: none ]

via Ron Funches
Seven weeks from today, The Goldbergs returns to ABC, but they are already filming it now. I guess Jeff Garlin is still experiencing the lazy days of summer because here he is taking a quick little nap on the set while waiting to film some scenes for the ’80something sitcom. Which you cannot blame him because in the world of production it is always hurry up and wait and wait and wait.


Ron Funches dumped his beard!
August 3rd, 2017 under Ron Funches, The Goldbergs. [ Comments: none ]

Ron Funches is getting his ’80something on to guest star on The Goldbergs, but he had to take something off because of it. Gone is his signature beard that he has had since before he starred in Undateable and Powerless. Without the facial hair, not only is he unrecognizable, he also looks so much younger. Which explains why 34-year-old is able to play Froy the RA on the highlarious ABC sitcom.

What do you think of the beardless Bunches of Funches?


A Goldberg is going to guest star on The Goldbergs!
August 1st, 2017 under Ron Funches, The Goldbergs. [ Comments: none ]

The Goldbergs had their first table read for the 5th season yesterday and executive producer Adam Goldberg, who life the sitcom is loosely based on, revealed that they have a very special guest star on the season premiere. He said, “You are looking at the one and only [Bill] @Goldberg getting laughs like a true champ. My pal @UncleLouie said he’s funny as hell and he’s right!” No word if the two Goldbergs are related, but they will be after this episode.

Wendi McLendon-Covey, who plays Adam’s smother, had this to say about the ep that airs on September 27th, “Today’s table read – #billgoldberg next to @bryancallen reading one of the funniest episodes ever! @TheGoldbergsABC #TheGoldbergs #muscles #musclecars #wwe.” That says a lot coming from her since almost all of the episodes are the funniest ones ever.

Also revealed yesterday is that the sitcom is going to bunches of more laughs when Ron Funches joins the ABC show in the third episode for a few. No word who he will playing, and I cannot even fathom what his part will be. What do you think he will be playing?

Oh and did I mention that 503 will be directed by David Katzenberg? The Goldbergs is off the great start for its 5th season.

I was just thinking before The Goldbergs aired the critics hated this show. As time went on they began to love it as much as the fans like me. Which is why it is one of the top rated comedies on television and beginning its run in syndication next month. Here is to 5 more years and counting.


The Goldbergs will pay tribute to John Hughes in its season premiere!
June 13th, 2017 under The Goldbergs. [ Comments: none ]

Back in ’80something, girls all over the world were prepared for the 16th birthday thanks to Molly Ringwald in Sixteen Candles. High School students wanted to do weekend detention like they did in Breakfast Club. Boys were hoping they could create the perfect woman like they did in Weird Science. Teen girls all wanted a best friend like Jon Cryer and Andrew McCarthy for her boyfriend like in Pretty in Pink. We were hoping our parents would go away and leave us alone with Uncle Buck. And talking about vacations, were you afraid that parents might leave you Home Alone?

What do all of those things have in common? John Hughes! What represents the ’80s today, The Goldbergs and for their season premiere they are going to dedicate an episode to him. The show’s creator, whose totally rad life the show is based on, broke the news on Twitter yesterday. Adam F Goldberg said, “It’s time for me to write our 1st ep which is a John Hughes homage.”

The sitcom, that is going into its 5th season, has already done totally awesome and very respectable tributes episodes to The Breakfast Club and Ferris Bueller’s Days Off, so I cannot wait to see what he does to honor the late genius behind it all during the season premiere in September.

BTW on an ’80s note, when are we going to get the Benetton Rugby episode? We need to bring them back!

What ’80s iconic film, TV show, singer, event or item, do you wish The Goldbergs would tackle next?


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