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Victor doesn't understand why, commenting that he thinks he did a really good job. (Tealc looks at his son seriously for a moment, then his face breaks into a grin.) TEALC: Indeed.The contrast between the UK and US versions is striking: the UK doctor asks a father why his baby son was circumcised, the US doctor tells parents why they should be. that one in that picture is clearly circumcised, and not a huge proportion of men are. (They start to walk down the corridor again.) RYAC: What of you and Ishta? RYAC: Well, your relationship would be much easier if youd both admit you are in love. TEALC: Perhaps one day when I am as wise as you are.(Tonight's episode offers a clue.) Dallas: Hi Fred, this is [Sven]. (Gentile) Toby Kennish (Lucas Grabeel) and (Jewish) Lily Summers (Rahel Shenton) return from London with plans to marry in the Kennish family's back yard Toby mentions to Lily that they skipped out on "that ceremony where they chop of the baby's foreskin" for their son.Comedy about a group of teenage friends in 1970s Wisconsin, mainly set in the Foman basement.After Eric is caught out lying about running over Donna's cat, Donna says that they should have no more secrets. NATHAN: Oh, you Jews are great - except for that circumcision thing. Scully is skeptical but Mulder organises a mass circumcision. The citizens rejoice and Mulder is invited to the next village to be Master of Ceremonies at another mass circumcision, where nothing goes wrong and nobody feels any pain. Homer defends Bart's wish, saying "A boy should look like his father." Marge imagines Bart looking like Homer (on the couch drinking Duff, burping), growls "Rrrrrrrrrr." Homer says, "If it's good enough for them, it's good enough for my son.Eric admits that in the first grade, he used to call her "Donna Pinch-my-buttie." Donna admits that she was the first one to call him "Eric Foreskin." Eric doesn't laugh, and points out that the name stuck. One of the boys (probably one of the bullies, Martin Munz or Jimbo Jones) is circumcised and comes back boasting about it. It's not as if they're going to cut part off his pee-pee or something." Bart repeats this remark to Lisa.The baby is given back to Jerri so that she may complete the assignment, but she tries to sell him on the black market.After pinning the attempted crime on her new class partner Tammi Littlenut (Maria Thayer), she returns the baby to Coach Wolf.
The following day, Principal Blackman (Greg Hollimon) and Coach Wolf (Sarah Thyre) tell Jerri that she is deep trouble for what she has done.All the focus is on the taste of talking about it at mealtime, none on the baby's feelings or rights. So, if we got James to give us a picture, we could tell at a glance if it was a match. Jerri Blank (Amy Sedaris) has been giving a baby boy to take care of for health class.Detective Chief Inspector Gill Murray (Amelia Bullmore): Other than that, all we have by way of a photograph is - [hangs up picture] the bloke she was with on the night she was killed, sent her a selfie of his meat and two veg. Detective Constable Rachel Bailey (Suranne Jones): ... DCI Gill Murray: ...unless there's something very distinctive about it, one's very much like another I'm afraid. After one sleepness night of watching the baby, she abandons it on a local playground so that she can hang out with her friends.Principal Blackman tells Jerri that she must be "exceptionally unfit for motherhood." Since it is not conceivable that she circumcised the baby, either the show's makers have no idea how serious circumcision is (medically as well as ethically), or she does, and is making a joke so stupid it is ignored.Parents from a Middle Eastern country bring their early-teenage daughter in to Rittenhouse Hospital to have her circumcised, saying "She'll be a social outcast", "She'll never find a husband", etc. The girl doesn't want it done, and the two doctors, Dr Dana Stowe (a Harvard-educated surgeon directing research studies, played by Janine Turner) and Dr Luisa Delgado (a major character, played by Rosa Blasi), do their best to talk the family out of it, saying how it's an outrage, mutilation, dangerous, etc.