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When the ship’s oxygen system fails, Rabbi Blastoffsky needs to convince the robots to fix it while fighting off the effects of oxygen deprivation.

Space Rabbi, Episode 5

Space Rabbi, Episode 5

“Space Madness”

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Discussion (11)
March 12, 2013
He didnt remember
He didn't remember because he had no oxygen, not because of the bear!

And yes, the bear did damage him. That's why he had a bandage on his head.
Z.E.
AUST
March 1, 2013
This may be my favorite so far. The humor is oo so quirky and the lessons so beautiful.
anonymous
las vegas
February 26, 2013
bear
ira was replicating a north american grizzly bear
Anonymous
February 21, 2013
oo
I meant "oo"! (Force of habit that the "h" got in there.) Just re-read what I wrote when we happily watched episode 5 again. Love the Humanity 101 bit. It isn't just the robots who have just recently been learning to understand humanity through the rabbi's Torah lessons. Yep! The robot's neurocapacitors feel so much better just like we feel when we watch your work!
Anonymous
chicago
February 19, 2013
What bear?
Anonymous
Los Angeles
February 19, 2013
yes
Also, that's why he couldn't remember because the bear hurt him so bad
Anonymous
cny
February 18, 2013
"Ooh"!
What a fantastic episode! What a great Torah lesson too! This is amazing stuff! The little jokes that may go past some people are also awesome, gives us us all something extra to enjoy each time we re-watch. And each of the robot's characters and the conversations with them are super! Such a brilliant way to surround us with Torah! "Ooh!"
Anonymous
chicago
February 18, 2013
yes
the bear hurt him that is why the white thing was on his head
Anonymous
February 18, 2013
ya did the bear like damage him?
Anonymous
akron
February 17, 2013
Yes, cow udders are kosher. All milk inside becomes fleishig as soon as it's shected.
Anonymous
Denver,CO, USA
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