Brilliant! (Though I did mention this parody at a Christmas party last night to my gentile friends and they didn't even crack a smile - what's wit dat?)
Love the video. A Friday ?: What was the story behind W*A*L*T*E*R*. I know it only aired once, was it really that bad?
Chinese food and a movie! It's as much a part of the holiday as menorahs, brisket, and latkes!
Me, too.Hey, here's a Friday Question of limited scope: For a multi-camera show, is there a general approach to characters' eyeglasses? Because I'very watched each episode of THE BIG BANG THEORY more times than I should admit, I notice that Leonard's and Amy's specs are completely lensless. I'm guessing that it's due to reflections from the lighting, but aren't there non-reflective theatrical lenses? As I said, limited scope; it's taken me ten years to really make note of it.Another clothing related question: When you've directed, did you ever ask the Costume Designer to change a character's wardrobe because you just didn't like it?Thanks, Ken. Hope all is well.
YEKIMI - judge for thy self:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OS8Vd1vVqXc
That's right along the same lines as the joke that Neil Goldsmith, the first Jewish mayor of Portland told at a BBYO (B'Nai B'rith Youth) convention in the early 1970s. Something about 3 children Catholic, Protestant, and Jewish at show and tell talking about what they did on Christmas. He could never tell that in today's climate.
I want a Jew for Christmas, too. I take a size 38-24-36.-30-
My apologies his name was Neil Goldschmidt, he later became Governor of Oregon.
Anonymous - I think I know that guy. Get me your phone number and I'll see what we can set up. I met him in a shvitz... strangest night of my life. :) :) :)
"Brilliant! (Though I did mention this parody at a Christmas party last night to my gentile friends and they didn't even crack a smile - what's wit dat?)"Jew fatigue.Your shtick that you love, wears us out.
Mistletoe and Mazel Tov.
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