The NB's Pesach Day Parade concludes!

You know who we just ran into in the baguette? A kaiser roll, that's who.

Well, folks, we've come to the final float of the parade, and none too soon. Please welcome Master of Ceremonies, former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani, dressed impeccably as the angel of death.

"Hello! I am so thrilled to be the Master of Ceremonies for such a noble event. As the angel of death and most important plague, I am so thrilled to have with me on my float both Judy Nathan and this perfect-for-Pesach crib made of matzoh.

What first-born, Jewish or not, wouldn't feel safe and protected, even in a city as safe as I made New York, in this matzoh crib? This is truly an outstanding item for such an outstanding city. You know, we've come a long way since the events of 9/11, and..."

All right. Thank you, mayor. We're going to cut back to Marilu Henner singing "Roxie." Yes, it's still going on. Yes, we'll unplug the audio. No, it's not delicious with butter for one week in spring.

But we're pretty sure the crib is.

Everybody! Ilu hotzi, hotzianu. Hotzianu, mi-mitzrayim. Hotzianu, mi-mitzrayim...




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