New York Magazine
Rob Tannenbaum, the snarky mastermind of What I Like About Jew, has a cutting new band that makes Adam Sandler sound like an altar boy.
Baltimore Jewish Times
This is not your father’s Judaism: Funny, loud, over-the-top. Jews with an edge, and proud of it.
The New York Times
Chicago Jewish News
Appeals to the same type of young-adult audience that eats up performers like Jon Stewart and Sarah Silverman.
Irresistibly tasteless. Rob Tannenbaum and David Fagin keep the snark level high and try to out-Borat Borat.
Washington City Paper
Even more rocking than What I Like About Jew. Offers even the most uptight Presbyterians the opportunity to share in the joys of the kosher experience.
Somewhere, Debbie Friedman is blushing.
A pair of razor-sharp Hebraic wiseacres riff on the tragic-comedic plight—or is it privilege?—of being a member of the tribe.