Living Up To My Rabbi’s Expectations

HOWARD: I rush home from work for an official meeting with the Rabbi who’s marrying us. Rachel and I have

HOWARD: I rush home from work for an official meeting with the Rabbi who’s marrying us. Rachel and I have filled out an online survey for him, answering questions on everything from sexual tastes to religion. The survey’s reassuring because our answers are remarkably similar. But I worry about living up to the Rabbi’s expectations. He might find my knowledge of biblical Judaism lacking.

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On the train ride home, I panic- who was the good one, Cain or Abel? I also imagine he will look into my eyes and see that I like pork.

A temporary reprieve – the Rabbi is sick.

Living Up To My Rabbi’s Expectations