About the only thing Goldberg couldn't script was a perfect ending: He watched the Super Bowl at a party in Los Angeles and had to skip a hopeful trip to the Eagles' championship parade in Philadelphia because of a time crunch to write this season's final episodes.
The 41-year-old Goldberg said his older brother arranged his wedding around an Eagles game, and is still a season-ticket holder even though he lives in New York.
Goldberg also taps into the NFL pop culture of the day with a shoutout to the Eagles 1988 rap video, "Buddy's Watchin' You.
A fan took to Twitter to ask Goldberg if the report was true, and the former professional football player confirmed the news.
Goldberg will be the second WWE wrestler to appear on "The Flash" and the fourth overall to appear in the Arrowverse.
They never asked me a question about what is your disability, what can you do and what can't you do,'' said Laura Goldberg, 35, who has multiple sclerosis but cares for her home and herself without assistance.
Goldberg says that's exactly what the Holy Family agency did to her and her husband, Neil, even after she obtained a doctor's clearance and certification in cardiopulmonary resuscitation.
20 last year and informed her that the couple's application to adopt a child 2 to 5 years old was being rejected because Goldberg is disabled.
Neil Goldberg, 39, a firearms-training officer for the Los Angeles Police Department, said he and his wife set out to adopt several years ago after they learned Laura couldn't conceive.
Goldberg passed away on January 19, 1990, at the age of 82.
Goldberg had a rough trail to follow to reach the heights he finally achieved.
In his book, Stebenne reminds us that Goldberg loved to reminisce about the neighborhood in which he grew up, with its frequent strikes by workers, a thriving left-wing press, crime, political corruption, and racial and ethnic conflicts between the earlier and later immigrant families.
Spurred by these shake-ups, the Goldbergs began studying to become addiction treatment counselors at Oxnard College in 1993.
The Goldbergs also propose leasing the county's vacant hospital beds for in-patient detox treatment - a win-win offer that would give hospitals extra revenue and addicts a place to come clean safely, they say.
If they had the funding to do it all sorts of things are possible,'' said Samuel Edwards, hospital administrator for Ventura County Medical Center, who discussed the idea of leasing unused hospital beds with the Goldbergs.