It won't work - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Sonnay Et aami
    • 21.02.10 | 19:53 (IST)

    It just wont work! I don't think the American version worked either. The cultural differences are just too vast. The Israeli comedy show "Ha Yisraelim " was a vague attempt at "Little Britain" The famous skit of the Prime Minster and his homo sexual assistant , was transformed into an Israeli Army General and his Israeli homo sexual assistant. It didn't work! Nor will the office! don't get me wrong I like Israeli humor. In my opinion the only Israel comedy show which is no longer on air that comes close to British shows is Ehad Ha am Ehad.

    from the article: Israeli version of hit TV sitcom The Office in the works
    First published 14:50 21.02.10 | Last updated 15:09 21.02.10
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