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Barry Goldberg's Day Off 

Taking inspiration from one of his favorite movies, Barry decides to skip school.

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Beverly Goldberg
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Erica Goldberg
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Albert 'Pops' Solomon
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Murray Goldberg
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Garth Volbeck
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Lainey Lewis
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Virginia Kremp
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Anthony Balsamo
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Officer Puchinski
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Maitre D
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Little Kid
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Band Geek
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Security Guard
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Taking inspiration from one of his favorite movies, Barry decides to skip school.

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Comedy

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TV-PG
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25 February 2015 (USA)  »

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16:9 HD
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Trivia

First episode not to play the normal intro music. See more »

Goofs

The Scene where Barry in Bed faking illness, below the "RUN DMC" poster changes from the "Ferris Bueller" poster to a dark colored poster when Erica storms off and finally back to the "Ferris Bueller" poster. See more »

Connections

References Dirty Dancing (1987) See more »

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Go Down Moses
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Traditional
Performed by Troy Gentile
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"And with that, the Firebird was never seen again"
9 October 2017 | by See all my reviews

A "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" remake while still being an actual "Goldbergs" episode; that doesn't seem like an easy trick to pull off, and yet it works. It's because the writers found ways for each family member to play one of the movie's characters. It also features the greatest cameo ever.

In the end, this is a top-notch episode of the show that pays homage to one of the best movies of the '80s. Fun all around.

8/10


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