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Space Rabbi, Episode 2

“Malfunction”

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Space Rabbi, Episode 2: “Malfunction”

Rabbi Blastoffsky deals with E.R.V.’s inability to provide useful information. The other robots do some other stuff.

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Pedro Quezada March 17, 2017

i came back for more this is still funny .....i came back for more after 5 years ........Wow..wow wow !!!! Reply

Anonymous NY July 2, 2013

3 words he uses Malfunction, computing and processing. Otherwise it was good just can you show what he replicates Reply

Pedro Quezada June 20, 2013

IT oh man ...
you touch on so many real things..
i have watched this 3 times...and i love it !!!
every time
this is funny stuff Reply

Pedro Quezada June 14, 2013

THIS SHOULD BE ON TV GREAT MESSAGE !!!!!
good lesson.
the creator...
is higher than us!!!
we are higher than machines !!!!!


but off topic:
great comedy/appeal/truth/ Reply

Anonymous March 21, 2013

LOLOLOL That was so funny! My teenage son and I laughed and laughed. Thanks so much! Very witty, educational, and enjoyable. Reply

Christina February 2, 2013

More, please. My 10-year-old daughter and I have really enjoyed the first two episodes. Reply

terri naiditch pittsburgh, pennsylvania January 30, 2013

Fabulous and relevent! Reply

Laura greenville sc January 30, 2013

more more Reply

Baruch Katz Minneapolis, MN January 25, 2013

Wow! This is the coolest thing ever! Combining ancient Jewish values with future science fiction to produce exactly what I wanted to grow up to be when I was young. Reply

f22rapt lego January 25, 2013

??? are you making more episodes?? Reply

Anonymous chicago January 24, 2013

Even more amazing than the pilot! Such human foibles demonstrated by these robots! So funny and wacky yet so real! And such funny shitck from the other robots! What a great lesson about thinking about something, taking time, and connecting all that to Torah in a way that works for us. Beautiful. Reply