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‘The Goldbergs’: How Jeff Garlin’s Murray Was Written Off In Season 10 Premiere

Like The Conners and Two And a Half Men, ABC’s The Goldbergs dealt with the controversial exit of a lead actor by killing their character off screen.

The fate of the Goldbergs patriarch Murray was revealed last month by showrunner Alex Barnow who said in an interview that Season 10 will pick up several months after Murray’s death.

That’s exactly what happened in the Season 10 premiere tonight, which addressed Murray’s disappearance in the voiceover opening, in which Adam recapped what the various family members had been up to.

“Just a few months ago, out of nowhere, we lost my dad,” Adam said. “We will always love you, Dad. Always. And we’ll find a way to continue on together. Because, after all, we’re the Goldbergs.”

The family kept a reminder of Murray in the house as his favorite chair, which was first shown in Adam’s intro, was later turned into a glider for the nursery. Berverly parted ways with most of his other belongings.

Garlin exited The Goldbergs last December following HR investigations into misconduct allegations.

“This is going to be a family that has not reconciled the fact that their father’s gone but has sort of moved on and has dealt with a lot of that,” Barnow said last month. “We’re starting with optimism about [Erica’s] baby coming and looking forward to the future. It’s an opportunity for this interesting emotional basis for the way people are behaving.”

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