Bialik stars as Chaya, an ultra serious neurosurgeon whose mother played matchmaker and set her up on a blind date with Leizer, a somewhat shy man played by Batalion.
Leizer is awkardly accompanied by his wingman Chaimie, as though they’re in 3rd grade. I have all the question right off the bat, so a blind date is just a more efficient way of seeing if this is even possible.” When Chaya asks why Chaimie is even there (because that’s not awkward to bring your wingman along at all…), he pretends he just happened to run into Leizer.
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Thankfully, it’s not one of those terribly corny or overly bleak V-Day specials that make you want to vomit–it’s actually pretty intelligent funny–a combination that is a rare find.
The version of the 12th century "Brut y Tywysogion" (Chronicle of the Princes of Wales), published with English translation in the Rolls Series in 1860 by John Williams, was incorporated into the Red Book of Hergest, a manuscript compilation of numerous 6th to 15th century literary works written in the Welsh language.
They meet at a kosher sushi restaurant in LA–where Chaya immediately says she prepared a list of questions, because she doesn’t want to waste her time, stating: “As our mothers may have discussed, I’m interested in leading a traditional Jewish life. Eventually, Leizer whips out his phone and pretends to talk to his mom in Yiddish.
This is where the fun begins, because he’s talking to Chaimie instead–telling him to leave.
One of the patients, Mary Adams, told News12 New Jersey that she had to have emergency surgery after her foot swelled up to the point where she couldn't walk.
"If I didn't go to the hospital I don't know where I would have been today," she told the news station.