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Goldbergs Never Say Die

‘Goldbergs Never Say Die’

Season 1, Episode 16 - Aired March 4, 2014

Adam's obsession with the movie "The Goonies" sets him up for embarassment when Erica and Barry team up to play a prank on their younger brother. Adam stops speaking to his older siblings after they humiliate him in front of his friends. However, when Pops' needs Adam's help to find his late wife's jewelry, Adam considers getting his friends back together for a treasure hunt.

Quote from Pops

Beverly: Your finances are a mess.
Pops: Oh, please.
Beverly: You're late paying your bills, you've been forgetting to cash your checks, and you've made some very questionable investments.
Pops: I believe in that alpaca farm. The alpaca is the dog of the future.


Quote from Pops

Barry: Mom, leave him alone. A handsome sixty-year-old has the right to do whatever he wants.
Pops: You think I'm 60? Get over here.
Beverly: And stop giving cash to the kids every time they lie to you about your age.
Murray: Bevy, leave the man alone. He's doing damn good for a 40-year-old.
Pops: This guy!

Quote from Adam

Adam: I, of course, will be Mikey, leader of the Goonies. *Uses inhaler* That was both in reference to my character, also to help my seasonal allergies.

Quote from Dave Kim

Dave Kim: Whoa, whoa, whoa, stop. Question. Which Goonie am I?
Adam: Oh, yeah, Dave Kim. Good question. Who's left? Let's see. Hmm, tough call. Well, Brand is taken, so-
Dave Kim: You wanted me to be Data.
Adam: What? No. I just invited all of my closest friends over to hang out.
Dave Kim: You've literally never invited me over before.
Adam: So you don't think we're friends. That really stings, Dave Kim really stings. But since you're here, you might as well wear this elaborate gadget and trench coat.

Quote from Barry

Barry: Why would Christian Slater change his last name to Goldberg?

Quote from Pops

Murray: Albert, you're not going to win, so let's end this and get your finances in order. Let me help you. Here, I even made you a budget.
Pops: This is a cruel joke, right? $200 a month for clothes? Are you nuts?
Murray: It's more than enough.
Pops: I wear silk. It costs me a fortune. Little worms make it. Little worms make my clothes!
Murray: Well, then don't wear silk.
Pops: You're lucky I don't punch you in the face right now.

Quote from Pops

Murray: Fine, $300 for clothes, but it's coming out of your food budget.
Pops: No way. It's already unreasonably low. How can I buy waffles for an entire restaurant on $400?
Murray: You can't.
Pops: Selfish son of a bitch.

Quote from Pops

Beverly: So where's mom's good jewelry? It was all in there.
Pops: I gave it to you.
Beverly: No, you didn't.
Pops: I clearly remember handing it directly to you. You had a colorful sweater and big hair, and you were on your way to tell somebody how to run their life.
Beverly: Okay, now you're just describing me on any given day.
Pops: So you remember it, too.

Quote from Pops

Murray: Okay, fine $500 for food, but I am not budging on entertainment.
Pops: You only have me budgeted for three massages a week. It's insanity. Do you know why this skin is like butter? 'Cause it's rubbed with butter. A woman named Rhoda comes to my house and rubs butter on me. Now, do you want to deprive me and her of that experience?
Murray: Yes.

Quote from Pops

Murray: What's this?
Pops: It's a little thank-you in advance for helping me do my budget and pay my bills and two years of back taxes. It's a bit of a cluster[beep].
Murray: Yes.
Pops: But I require no less than four massages a week. I'm not an animal.

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