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Jtube: Curb Your Enthusiasm: The Afikomen

Jtube: Curb Your Enthusiasm: The Afikomen

As a child what do you remember most about the Passover Seder?

by Larry David

As a child what do you remember most about the Passover Seder?
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Visitor Comments: 22

(19) Dr. Ed, April 4, 2012 2:05 PM


Made me think of my Aunt who used to tell me where it was hidden !

(18) Moshe, June 24, 2011 11:59 PM

A shame

It´s a shame that so many families fight over these kind of things. Something most be done about the aficoman, except for fighting. It´s suppossed to have children awake, not fighting!

(17) Max Wyman, April 26, 2011 12:19 PM

So True

This is exactly the same story we have almost every family gathering =) Like this is probably one of the only reasons I still go to these gatherings =)) hahaha Good times

(16) Anonymous, April 22, 2011 12:33 AM

i also have fond memories about finding the afikomen which was needed to continue the seder........todays "modern jewish family" generally ends the seder at that point............too bad......but i remember the "miltz", the seder done in hebrew and no one understood anything but i waited patienly for my 4 cups of wine...............

(15) Susan, April 19, 2011 8:07 PM

Building Pesach memories

I happen to like "Curb Your Enthusiasm." Larry David makes himself out to be kind of a putz, but he, and the show, are often very funny! I wouldn't pick on the Seder inaccuracies too much; if people really want to know how it's supposed to go, they'll ask a Jewish friend. I was born but not raised Jewish, so my holiday memories are more recent in vintage. Just attended a FABULOUS home Seder with some friends old and new last night. There was no kids' table because there were no kids. Happy, happy Pesach, everybody!!!

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