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Jewish New Year’s Message from Itche Kadoozy

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High Holidays Bloopers: Jewish New Year’s Message from Itche Kadoozy

Rabbi Itche Kadoozy attempts to deliver a Rosh Hashanah message. 255 times.
Teshuvah, High Holidays, Rosh Hashanah

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Levi PCB, FL February 2, 2023

if you have the IKS book you can see there is a missing video named "elul road trip". also some of the script is missing so staff please fix that. other than that, the part i like the most is the "la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la!" part. the film director was roy. 100% percent. Reply

Estee Mehring Lakewood Township July 14, 2022

Really hilarious, he did a speech about Rosh Hashana 255 times like when he was off his mark triple LOL

(typed by a 7-year old on his mother's Google account) Reply

sara panama September 6, 2021

lol Reply

Mordechai Schmerling Venice, FL February 8, 2021

LOL Reply

? Milwaukee September 23, 2020

he did it yay then he messed up oh well at least he can edit. Reply

Jesse Joshua Morayfield September 22, 2020

To many bloopers need to concentrate more on delivering the message. Reply

Anonymous February 2, 2023
in response to Jesse Joshua:

they did, just in a funny way Reply

Z. P. Cyber Space September 14, 2023
in response to Anonymous:

em look at the name Reply

Dovid Manchester February 8, 2018

It was funny because the Rabbi kept repeating things again and again and again. Reply

Rey The Resistance July 16, 2017

I like the part where he like, gets too excited! Reply

Miguel Mafla Hesperia September 21, 2019
in response to Rey:

Same here!! Reply

tzip idk December 11, 2019
in response to Rey:

I think that was the funniest outtake :P Reply

Rey The Resistance January 12, 2017

funny! HA HA HA HA HA HA!!!!!!!!!!! Reply

Chana Goldstein Monsey, NY March 6, 2016

Very funny and cute. I really enjoyed it! I can't stop laughing!!!!!!!!! Reply

Tzippy Maryland February 8, 2018
in response to Chana Goldstein:

SAME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Reply

Meg Dove Queanbeyan, N.S.W September 15, 2012

keep up the great work I teach the Jewish festivals at my son's small country town school and Rabbi Kadoozy comes out every time. The kids love it and it!!! Reply

Bentzy Balter toronto, Ontario,Canada March 23, 2012

it was not 255 times!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! if you count how many times rabbi itche kadoozy tried to say the script, it comes out that he actually said it only 14 times!!!wow, I can't believe I actually gave honor to the rabbi by calling him rabbi!!! Reply

T M February 8, 2018
in response to Bentzy Balter:

It didn;t show all the times he did it. Reply

chuna brooklyn, ny March 2, 2012

diana! Keep in mind, tshuva is to get close to G-d and the most common mistake we make in trying to get close to Him is not doing it in joy!! Reply

Moses' Kid Sister City, KS October 4, 2011

LaShana Tovah See It's never too late to fix your mistakes!

Happy New Year!!! Reply

Tzippy M. Sydney, New South Wales, Australia October 2, 2011

Itche strikes again! So cute, so funny. I like the end. :) Reply

Tzippy A Silver Spring Maryland USA February 8, 2018
in response to Tzippy M.:

OMG WE HAVE THE SAME NAME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! My name is Tzippy, and its short for Tzipporah.XD Reply

Diana Marks Campbell, CA September 28, 2011

Muppet Rabbi I really appreciated the message behind this. Wow-255 times! I definitely must not give up making repetence, repetance, repetancing, all of that-it's very important, TRULY. I told my rebbe that I needed to start early this year and he told me that we all do! I get really worried this time of year. I sometimes feel unworthy throughout the year too. I have friends who feel that way so I think this a good message for us and non-Jews too. We must repent and atone and make teshuva. Thanks for a pleasant, cute, funny, sketch that I will go back to time and time again. Reply

Eva Thieberger East St.Kilda. Victoria September 26, 2011

new year Happy new year Reply

Grade 3 Yeshivah mMelbourne Melbourne, Australia September 15, 2011

How funny I showed this clip to my grade three and they could not stop laughing throughout the entire show
Keep up the show.
Kesivah Vachasima Tova
Rabbi Y. Rosenfeld Reply

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