The Goldbergs: Barry Wants to Go to Live Aid (VIDEO)

Joel Keller
The Goldbergs Exclusive
ABC

Those who remember Live Aid remember how insane it really was. Back in the summer of 1985, music's biggest stars held a concert to raise funds that would help famine-stricken people in Africa (this was the year of "We Are The World," after all). The concert was held in two locations: London's Wembly Stadium and crumbling JFK Stadium in Philadelphia.

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That's right; the home of The Goldbergs creator Adam F. Goldberg hosted the biggest acts of the '80s in a massive concert that was going to be seen worldwide. And in this exclusive clip from Wednesday night's episode, Barry (Troy Gentile) tries to get his father to say yes to lending him the family station wagon so he can go. Murray (Jeff Garlin), as usual, is having none of it, but Barry is undeterred.

By the way, doesn't Barry have wheels, already? Murray asks the question, too, and Barry's response is pure Barry Goldberg.

Watch the clip below:

The Goldbergs, Wednesdays, 8/7c, ABC.