– Yeah! – Oh my god. – We are the best Jews. (guitar music) – My name is Sarah, and I grew up in a
conservative Jewish household. – I was raised in a Christian
and Jewish household, so my mom is Jewish, which makes me Jewish.
– Yes. – My dad is Christian.
– You’re official. – I feel pretty good,
I went to Hebrew school for like 13 years. – I’m slightly nervous for these questions because I don’t want
it to expose a huge gap in my knowledge about my own religion. – I’m ready.
– I’m ready. I feel like I’ve been preparing for this for my entire life.
– Yeah. – Should we do this? – Yeah, l’chiam, let’s go.
– L’chiam! (violin music) – You know what I mean, It’s not that.
– I think it’s like the Torah, like. – [Both] Reform,
Conservative, and Orthodox. – I didn’t even need Hebrew school. – I don’t think we count the guitar hippie reconstructionists. – I don’t know.
– Yeah, Okay.
– I have no idea. (violin music) – [Both] Challah. – Obviously. – Challah. – Yeah. You got to ha when you say it. Challah. – Yeah, I feel like I
say it with the “chhh”. – That was an easy one.
– Yeah. – Come on. (upbeat violin music) This is going to make
my mother very proud. – Um. – Genesis. – Numbers is one of them. – Okay, are they like the bible? – Exodus. – There’s another one that starts with D. – Um, Bartholomew. – No! – Leviticus, Numbers,
and then the fifth one. Moses, No, that’s not it. (upbeat violin music) – That’s all, I got two. – That’s actually really embarrassing. (upbeat violin music) – I feel like it’s two percent. – One percent?
– One percent. – One percent.
– One percent. – [Sara] I think there’s
only like six million of us. – I knew the number two
was in the percentage, so we should get points for it. – Already killing it. – Thank you, yes. (upbeat music) – [Sara] Well, it was after World War Two. – It had something
– 1948. – to do with Gandhi though like. – I’m going to go with like the 1880’s. – I feel like it somewhere in Switzerland. Okay, you know what? I’m just going to say 1945 just in case. (buzzer) – [Sam] Okay, I was right about Switzerland.
– Half right. – I was right about Switzerland. (upbeat violin music) – [Josh] I think it’s Syria.
– [Claire] I was going to say like Lebanon or something. – I want to say like Turkey? – I don’t know why my
gut was like it’s Syria. – Go with your gut, go with your gut. – Alright, we’re going to go with Germany. (buzzer) – Hamantaschen are pretty good but like if they’re Italian food, I would expect them to be
like a little bit better. (fast paced music) – It’s at the tip of my tongue. – Manischewitz. – How do you not know this? – Manischewitz. – Okay, there you go. – Jewish delicacy. Finest wine in the world. – Questions I thought were really easy I didn’t know the answers to, which was really embarrassing.
– Yeah. – I’m impressed. I am so impressed with us. – Yeah, maybe I didn’t ace this quiz but I still host a Seder every year. I still am a Jew. Like who cares? It’s a quiz. – I’m very proud.
– I’ve like, – Yeah.
– My Hebrew school teachers are very proud of me right now, I hope. (upbeat music)