Network Jews

Network Jews: Saul Berenson from Showtime’s Homeland

Network Jews: Saul Berenson from Showtime’s Homeland
By August 28, 2012

The CIA Middle East division chief is the most accurately depicted American Jew on television Read More

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Network Jews: Harry Goldenblatt from ‘Sex and the City’

Network Jews: Harry Goldenblatt from ‘Sex and the City’
By July 24, 2012

The (not so) surprising Casanova who wins the shiksa goddess’ heart Read More

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Network Jews: Max Blum from Happy Endings

Network Jews: Max Blum from Happy Endings
By July 17, 2012

Why this anti-Schmidt is better than Joey, even if he does hibernate in the winter Read More

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Network Jews: Howard Wolowitz from The Big Bang Theory

Network Jews: Howard Wolowitz from The Big Bang Theory
By June 19, 2012

The nerdy, Vespa-driving, sex-obsessed engineer who still lives with his mother Read More

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Network Jews: Paris Geller from Gilmore Girl

Network Jews: Paris Geller from Gilmore Girl
By June 12, 2012

Rory Gilmore’s high-intensity, over-achieving friend and foil on the CW’s seven-season tween nerd favorite Read More

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Network Jews: Ziva David from CBS’s ‘NCIS’

Network Jews: Ziva David from CBS’s ‘NCIS’
By May 29, 2012

The ass-kicking, tough-as-nails Mossad liaison on CBS’s naval agency drama Read More

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Network Jews: Maurice Levy, the Jewish Lawyer from HBO’s ‘The Wire’

Network Jews: Maurice Levy, the Jewish Lawyer from HBO’s ‘The Wire’
By May 15, 2012

The caricatured shyster who manipulates the law for his own gain and represents the ingrained injustice in David Simon’s Baltimore Read More

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Network Jews: Krusty the Clown, Jewish Entertainer on ‘The Simpsons’

Network Jews: Krusty the Clown, Jewish Entertainer on ‘The Simpsons’
By May 8, 2012

The quintessential entertainer, descended from a long line of rabbis and honored in Springfield with a ham and bacon sandwich named after him, on the hit animated show, ‘The Simpsons’ Read More

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