7 out of 9 people found the following review useful:
Great Episode! Real and Heartbreaking!
Telyer5 from United States
19 July 2009
The emotional side of this episode really came out of left field. The
beginning of the episode is lighthearted and there are some funny
moments... then about halfway through the episode things get serious
and the focus becomes the problems of the Rabbi's Brother's family.
Sam seems thoroughly confused throughout the first half of the episode
because he is playing a Rabbi who is well-liked but of course, he
doesn't know anyone so he doesn't know any of their past
problems/birthdays/jokes... all that good stuff. He definitely plays it
off well and these comedic moments are great, especially when Al is
The acting is very good and sometimes the atmosphere is thick with
bitterness and regret... luckily, love seems to find it's way through
and of course we have all learned that, "All you need is love!"
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