In the summer of 2014, Jamie Elman and Eli Batalion set off to pay tribute to the Yiddish language, culture and comedic tradition they'd been reared on. Calling it "YidLife Crisis," they hatched the world’s first Yiddish sitcom, exploring modern Jewish identity with a mix of comedy, inclusiveness, and a bisl irreverence. Sex, Drugs, Milk & Meat. In Yiddish (and accessible to non-Yiddish speakers!). Rated Chai+. You've been warned.