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And, guess what, they’re from down the shore. “It’s not based on a particular town,” Bouchard said. “I felt like we had to be pretty close to the outer boroughs of New York or the Jersey Shore partly because of John Robert’s mother’s accent.” Brooklyn native John Roberts voices Linda, who has a distinct nasal-accent. “We really knew that’s a pretty tight area where that voice comes from, that sort of Long Island and Jersey Shore,” Bouchard continued. “That’s where it had to be and that felt natural.” Mutated Shrimp A still from the intro sequence to Bob’s Burgers. Actor H. Jon Benjamin voices Bob Belcher and the main character for another popular animated series, Sterling Archer on FX’s “Archer.” In homage to this, “Archer” had a “Bob’s Burger’s” crossover but fans should not expect the favor to be returned. “It doesn’t really work the other way,” said Benjamin. However, his co-star on the hit ’90s animated series “Dr. Katz, Professional Therapist” will stop by this season. “Jonathan Katz does a guest voice,” Bouchard said, who was also a producer on “Dr. Katz.” “It’s not crossover I’ve got to figure out the right crossover to do for Bob’s Burgers.” Other side characters including handyman Teddy and Regular-Sized Rudy, the Belcher kids’ asthmatic classmate, will have bigger roles this season, too. “There’s a couple of Teddy episodes coming up,” said Larry Murphy, who voices the character.
As previously reported by The Inquisitr, the Jewish Yid Army was accused of being racis t for chanting racial slang about their own race during soccer matches. Divorce law for orthodox Jews is different from most people. Under this religious code, a woman can only divorce a man if the man issues a consent document called a get that allows the divorce. But what happens if the Jewish man does not consent? Apparently, several families of such Jewish women hired two New York rabbis to force the divorce consent out of the men at a cost of $50,000. But these rabbis are not merely trying to be as convincing as possible, their plans allegedly include kidnapping, beating and torturing husbands in order to force a divorce. The FBI launched a probe into these two New York rabbis by posing as a Jewish woman wanting a divorce. The down payment for their services was $20,000 and the whole conversation was recorded. One of the New York rabbis was quoted as saying: Basically what we are going to be doing is kidnapping a guy for a couple of hours and beating him up and torturing him and then getting him to give the get. But if the Jewish husband didnt give in too quickly the tough guys would employ a cattle prod since it didnt leave marks: If it can get a bull that weighs 5 tons to move you put it in certain parts of his body and in one minute, the guy will know. The torture crew for the rabbis was arrested in a New Jersey warehouse. The eight Jewish men were allegedly armed with rope, surgical blades, a screwdriver and plastic bags. One man even wore garbage bags to protect his clothing. The two New York rabbis accused of the crime are named Martin Wolmark and Mendel Epstein. Prosecutors claim the New York rabbis did it for money and not out of religious conviction. But the lawyers for the rabbis insist that coercion and violence to force Jewish orthodox husbands to grant religious divorces is an old tradition. In fact, this tradition is apparently at least 16 years old.