Andy crashes a fundraiser and ends up adopting 12 dogs. Dwight learns that an auction winner loses money. Nellie learns how to eat a taco.
Larry commits a faux pas with Sammi's fiancé, tries to start over with his mail carrier and a golf club security guard.
The Goldbergs pay homage to the classic 1980s John Hughes' film "The Breakfast Club" when the kids start off a new school year (and Season 4) by earning themselves Saturday detention courtesy of a new substitute teacher, who just happens to be their mom.
Erica warns Geoff about going to dinner with her family to celebrate her birthday, but he insists. Upon arrival, it's apparent this will be no ordinary dinner out: The family changes tables multiple times, Beverly sends her food back, Murray insists Adam order off the children's menu and Barry wants to change his order, but it's too late. By evening's end, Geoff hits his breaking point.
Andre takes a stand up class; Jenny joins a women's investment club; Pete plays Ruxin with two open slots on his team.
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