Keeping the Faith

A dog. A male dog.
- A beautiful puppy named Pinchas.
- Pooch can wait.

- No, no, no, he's a Rottweiler.
-Just come up for a minute
or two or three.

No, no, no, no! No! Don't! Don't.
No, listen to me. This dog
is a codependent little puppy.

He needs my help,
or else he'll go to the bathroom
over everything. He does it.

Well, send me the cleaning bill.
Get outta here.

- No, no, no. Don't get out. No, stay.
I-- I would-- It's not gonna--
- You are making me crazy, Rabbi.

- You're making me so-- No. No.
-Just come on. Just come up for me.

- Come on! For a minute!
- I can't!

-Just come on!
- Aah! Are you okay? Good!

- Oh, wow.
- Go! Go! Go!

- Hey! Hey!
- Thanks! I had a wonderful time!
See you in shul!

You're not playing games with me,
are you, Phil? You sure?

Okay, 'cause you know better
than that, right?

Okay. Well, if those results are
correct, then I, uh, say we have a deal.

Of course, I'll expect it in writing
by the end of the day.

Yes, by the end of the day, Phil.
What, did I stutter?

All right, Phil, you know what?
I don't have time for this, okay?

Gotta go, Phil.
Gotta go, gotta go.

No way.
Oh, yeah, baby.