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Unformatted text preview: Was it wrong for Larry to ask Marty to pay the Fifty Dollars he owes Larry after Ida’s death? Also, was it appropriate for Larry to ask Marty to thank him for giving condolences? Do you think there are, as Larry states, unwritten “rules of society”? Do the scenarios in this episode apply to those “rules of society”? When Larry needed to get out of the funeral because Marty was about to smell the perfume, Richard Lewis stated that "I bet if you threw a quarter down there'd be a stampede". Obviously, Larry tests the theory, and everyone jumps into the middle of the room for the money. What do you think that infers about Jews? Have you ever heard of the stereotype that Jews are cheap? If so, do you believe the stereotype is true? Jeremy Borenstein Name of Subject: ___________________ 10/14/07 English 105 Mr. Bielawski...
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- Spring '08
- Ode, Richard Lewis, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Larry dislikable, Ida Funkhouser, Ida Funkhouser Roadside