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February 2, 1974: Sam's task as a rabbi is to keep his sister-in-law from falling for a sleazy author and ruining her life. However, things are made worse by her husband thinking she is having an affair with the rabbi Sam leaped into. In the process he also helps the family recover from the anniversary of the death of their son.
Al: I agree. What's wrong with a good, old fashioned one night stand?
Al: Sam, he hit you! That's great! That means he still loves her. Let him hit you again.
Sam: You've lost a son. Don't lose a daughter, too.
Joe: Were you eyeing her at my dinner table? Did it happen in my home?
Sam: For this or for Danny? I mean, that's what this is all about. You know that Irene and I are not having an affair. You've never forgiven Irene for letting Danny go to Europe.
Sam: You should've danced with her.
Joe: Is that advice from my brother or my rabbi? Because I don't need advice from either.
Sam: Oy vey, I'm the rabbi!