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The Sign

Ki Teitzei Parshah Report

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The Sign: Ki Teitzei Parshah Report

When Roy takes a summer vacation, Itche and Jono are left without a set. A mysterious sign is their only company...
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Anonymous Simi Valley CA August 26, 2018

Were's the Parsha Report for Ki Sovo.
it has Ki Tzesei and then Nitzavim-Vayelech Reply

Mendel Hein Pittsford February 25, 2019
in response to Anonymous:

that's what id like to know Reply

Tzippy Maryland October 23, 2017

What HAPPENED?! that was totally NOT deathly, and I'm hoping not permanent. Roy, should have texted called etc, that he was coming home, and Rabbi Kadoozy should have called him, Why is a sign that says do not touch serious injury may occur, IN MY WORK PLACE? I mean seriously. who would make such a sign? Jono could have thrown a stick at the sign, or used a broom to reach out and touch it. then the stick or broom would have been hurt and not Jono. Jono and the Rabbi were a little hard on Roy, throwing him on errands, and they didn't even ask if he were ok!! Jono should have cared a little more about his friend, and Iche kadoozy should have been more careful. At least they tried. Roy, it could have been worse. Jono, at least you got to find out. Rabbi, at least you saved and comforted Jono. Honestly, I wanted to see how black would look on Jono! but three cheers for Rabbi Iche Kadoozy and his bravery. Cheers for Jono, and his resistance. Cheers for Roy, that he wasn't hurt worse. Bye! Reply

C.G USA April 22, 2016

Sweet :-) Reply

Chana Goldstein Monsey, N.Y April 20, 2016

Iche cares so much for Jono. It's sweet :-) Reply

Rivka Massachusetts April 3, 2016

That is one of the funniest Itche Kadoozey videos I've ever seen! I am laughing so hard. Reply

Chana Goldstein Monsey, NY March 17, 2016

Nice clip Cute. I feel bad for Jono. Reply

Mendel Hein Pittsford February 25, 2019
in response to Chana Goldstein:

whuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu? Reply

me May 11, 2014

this is totally a kids show this is totally a kids show Reply

me May 11, 2014

to chaim don't be a wise guy. Reply

Talit Tiger Jungle, Tiger City August 17, 2013

Loved it! Loved it! Jono and Rabbi TRIED to save Roy. Oh, oh, oh! I wish I could see All of 'em in real life!! Reply

Chenina A. Brooklyn, NYC August 20, 2010

LOL!!! OMG! Totally me! I looooove Jano! This show is tooo funny. :P Reply

Anonymous Bogota, Colombia August 24, 2009

EXCELLENT!!!! Just great!! your work is the best...I'm sure all ages understand this message...
IT'S BEAUTIFUL THE WAY YOU TRANSMIT IT
¡¡¡¡THANKS FOR ALL!!!!! Reply

Elijah tollason, U.S.A October 2, 2008

Jono Jono Is Funny Reply

Ann Richmond, VA June 10, 2007

Re:"hate it!", to Chaim Although certainly entitled to his own opinion, Chaim's comment is reminiscent of the sentiment expressed in the episode, "We Whined A Lot"! Reply

chaim manhattan, new york June 10, 2007

hate it! it was soooooooooooooo boring- why didnt you just touch that sign, a total waste of time! Reply

Chani Boston, Mass. November 5, 2006

Cool, cool, cool! This is such a great lesson on self-control, and it's funny as well! Reply

Miguel October 5, 2006

Restraining order I didn't know G-fish filed a restaining order against Jono. Reply

someone speicel somewere, somewere via chabadbw.com September 12, 2006

the sign it's not fair i dont like "The Sign" and your never makin a new one Reply

Ann Richmond, VA September 11, 2006

The Sign "The Sign": What a great episode! We watched it three times!!! It was the first time we'd ever seen The Itche & Kadoozy Show. Natually, we just had to check out the other shows, too. Must have watched five or six. We'll definitely be back!
By the way, the beginning of Parshah Report reminds me so much of EWTN's programming... Is this just a coincidence, or a wonderful "take-off"? Reply

Linda Haniford Buffalo, NY September 1, 2006

Not really a kid's show. This show has a 70's flavor to it. I would think that it appeals to older kids or kids who like to think they're older. This one in paticular would probably make sense not only to a kid but also to a teenager or college student. I think what I would add to the show is some side links on some heartfelt analysis into the parasha or maybe a place for kids to send their questions to you on the parasha. Reply

Baruch Katz MN August 29, 2006

Your Biggest Fan This Side of the Mississippi I've gotta hand it to you. The idea of centering an episode around a mysterious "Do Not Touch" sign is genious! It was well executed, too, for the most part. I think it was too anticlimactic to build up such a dread of the sign only to have Roy touch it in the end. Again, I think you go too far with the slapstick for a kid's show. It's not teaching the right lesson to make a punchline out of someone getting hurt. If I was a kid I would get nightmares from seeing Roy touch that scary mysterious sign and almost get killed. And on top of that, no one takes his pain seriously. If that's not teaching insensitivity to others, what is? Reply

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