My Name Isn't Krusty The Klown. It's Herschel Krustofsky.
My name isn't Krusty the Klown. It's Herschel Krustofsky. My father
was a rabbi. <His> father was a rabbi. His father's fath--- Well, you
get the idea.
-- Big shoes to fill with small feet (like all
good-hearted people), "Like Father, Like Clown"
Rabbi Krustofsky: If you were a musician or a jazz singer, this I could forgive.
The plot of this episode is the Rabbi disowning his son (Krusty the Clown) because he became an entertainer rather than becoming a Rabbi....
Rabbi K: You know that my son Herschel was first in his yeshiva class?
As a matter of fact, he was voted `The most likely to hear God'....
Oy vey's mir! You have brought shame on our family!
Oh, if you were a musician or a jazz singer, this I could forgive....
Lisa: We just want to find a Rabbi Krustofsky. Rev.
L: Rabbi Krustofsky? Well, I do a radio call-in show with him every Sunday night!...
We're going to hit him where it hurts. Right in the Judaica.
-- Lisa Simpson on Rabbi Krustofsky, "Like Father, Like Clow...
Lisa: Excuse us, Rabbi Krustofsky? Rabbi K: Oh, what can I do for you, my young friend?
Bart: We came to talk to you about your son. Rabbi K...
Waitress: And for you, sir? Rabbi K: Ah, let's see.
I want a nice sandwich. But the Joey Bishop, eh, too fatty....
Bart: Hello, my name's Dmitri. I'm a first-time caller, long-time listener.
My question is, if a son defies his father and chooses a career that makes millions of children happy, shouldn't the father forgive the son?...
Bart: Can you give us the rabbi's address? Rev.L: Oh, sure thing.
Let me just check my non-Christian rolodex... -- "Like Father, Like Clow...