Especially the Flyers.
The show is based on executive producer Adam F. Goldberg's experiences of growing up in Jenkintown in the 1980s.
On Wednesday, the show will have a Flyers segment that includes a game at the Spectrum. In the episode, young Adam Goldberg (played by Sean Giambrone) attends his first Flyers game and his dad is by his side. Tim Kerr and Dave Brown, who were Flyers at that time, get mentions in the segment, and high-scoring forward Brian Propp crushes a Winnipeg player into the boards.
As part of the plot, Adam tries to introduce theater to his dad and uses hockey tickets as a way to connect with him.
After he is offered the tickets, the dad, Murray Goldberg (played by Jeff Garlin), tells his son: "Once you discover the magic of hockey, then you'll see what I see and you'll become a puck head."
The real Goldberg said it is art imitating life. He said the episode is a real-life recreation of how he and his father actually reconnected.