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Reuven Russell

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As Hasidic Jew. Shmuel, a Hasidic cantor in Upstate New York and distraught at the untimely death of his wife, struggles to find religious solace, while secretly obsessing over how her body will decay. As a clandestine partnership develops with Albert, a local community college biology professor, the two embark on a darkly comic and increasingly literal undertaking into the underworld.

As Betzalel. Dr. Lo-Tov tries to taint the rams horns being produced for Rosh Hashona, and thereby prevent the observance of the sacred holiday. A mysterious talking fish head provides a clue, but no one can understand it. Can Agent Emes decipher the message and save the day or will Dr. Lo-Tov succeed in his evil plan? This episode discusses different aspects of the Shofar, and its importance on Rosh Hashona. Along the way, it touches on such Jewish concepts as Kashrut, learning, and friendship.

As Betzalel. Someone has stolen the giant charity box from the Shpittburgh synagogue, and Agent E is called upon to crack the case. The prime suspect is none other than the diabolical Dr. Lo-Tov. But just as Agent Emes is about to bring him in, the police identify a different suspect, someone VERY CLOSE to Agent Emes. With the case taking on a more personal turn, Agent Emes must race against the clock to uncover the truth behind the stolen pushka. The story evolves in classic "whodunit" fashion, with a number of likely suspects emerging, before episode 3 reaches its shocking conclusion.

As Betzalel. When unexplained earthquakes threaten planet Earth, it's up to Agent E to find out why. But the only clue he has is that a group of rabbis have been kidnapped. It's the fiendish Dr. Lo-Tov, of course, up to his old tricks, and only with the help of G-d, and some inspired classmates, can Agent Emes stop him and rescue the rabbis - and the world. This episode focuses on the importance of Torah learning, especially among Jewish children. Along the way, it delves into the way in which G-d created the world, and the responsibility the Jewish people have to help to maintain it.

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