NOW HEAD OF SCHOOL GLASCOTT TRIES TO FIGURE OUT
HOW TO EDUCATE HIS STUDENTS
WHICH INCLUDE HIS SISTER'S TWO PRECOCIOUS TEENAGE DAUGHTERS,
ON ABC'S 'THE GOLDBERGS: 1990-SOMETHING'
This Goldbergs-inspired special event picks up where the Goldberg family leaves off at William Penn Academy in the 1990s as former teacher and now Head of School John Glascott leads a faculty of teachers with wildly different views on how to mentor students and recruits his tough-as-nails-sister Lucy to join his staff and enroll her teenage daughters Felicia and Gigi as new students. Lucy is desperate to ensure they avoid the social pitfalls of high school and finds herself torn between Glascott's nurturing and communicative approach to parenting and Coach Mellor's tough-guy belief that physical competition brings out the best in students. Even Beverly Goldberg comes to visit the school's staff despite all her kids having already graduated and can't help but meddle one last time, on "The Goldbergs: 1990-Something," WEDNESDAY, JAN. 24 (8:00-8:30 p.m. EST), on The ABC Television Network, streaming and on demand.
The episode stars Tim Meadows as John Glascott, Bryan Callen as Coach Rick Mellor, Nia Long as Lucy Somers, Rachel Crow as Felicia and Summer Parker as Gigi.
Guest starring is Wendi McLendon-Covey as Beverly Goldberg, Ana Gasteyer as Miss Cinoman, Missi Pyle as Madame Charbenaux, Kevin Heffernan as Doc, Justin Tinucci as Meathead, William McMullen as Scrawny Kid, Stephen Tobolowsky as Principal Ball, Irene Roseen as Mrs. Cheevers, Michael Bunin as Cranky Customer, Miles Thomas Platt as Frosh Geek, Sean Marquette as Johnny Atkins and Octavia Spencer as voice-over of Felicia.
"The Goldbergs: 1990-Something" was written by Marc Firek, story by Adam F. Goldberg and Marc Firek, and directed by Jay Chandrasekhar.
Adam F. Goldberg, Marc Firek and Doug Robinson are executive producers. The episode is produced by Happy Madison and Adam F. Goldberg Productions, in association with Sony Pictures Television.