Keeping the Faith

No, I'm just saying that I want
to meet somebody in a spontaneous
and casual manner, that's all.

- And it's almost impossible with me.
- Why? I don't understand that.

- Because I'm a rabbi.
- Yes. Yes. What's your point?

The point is that every time
I go out with a woman I don't know
if she likes me just for me...

or because I'm Rabbi Jake.
You know?
There's a certain expectation.

It's like, I can't go with my impulses.
I have to-- I don't know.

Jews want their rabbis
to be the kind of Jews that
they don't have the time to be.

Yeah, and Catholics want their priests
to be the kind of people
they don't have the discipline to be.

- So, we knew this getting into it.
- Right.

Oh, no, man. Check this out.
- God Squad in the house.
- What's up, Shabazz?

Okay, so, you gonna give it up, Rabbi,
or are we gonna have to
go through the motions?

Get ready to say your prayers, my
friends, 'cause I am in no mood today.

- Watch your ass, Shabazz!
- Come on

Turn me loose
Just turn it up
Power to the people, y'all
- Turn it loose, hey
- Oh!

Shake hands with the 8-0-8
Like I said before
PE got a brand new funk

- Turn it up
- Bye.

- Good game, Shabazz.
- Tell your mother I said "hi."

All right.
Power to the people
I gotta quit playing with those guys
from Jewish Theological Seminary.

It really lowers the bar.
Oh, can I just say "oy"?
Amen to your "oy."
- What happened to our youth?
- I'm telling you, it ended at 30, pal.

Oh, hey, speaking of our youth,
I forgot to tell you something.

- What?
- This is big. Guess who called me.

- Who?
- Okay.

Think about who is the coolest woman
you and I have ever known, ever.

That's easy. Anna Reilly, eighth grade.
No question.

- You got it.
- What?

- She called you?
- Yeah.

- Anna Reilly called you?
- Yeah. Totally out of the blue.

- Why?
-'Cause she's coming to New York,
uh, for work...