Episode #116: “Locker room talk; Dylan’s Nobel.”

For reasons that remain a mystery, Rosen arrives in the Twilight Lounge completely amped up and full of hot takes about atoning, novel writing, UNESCO, Roger Waters, Jewish demographics, mouthwash and Bob Dylan’s Nobel Prize. It’s all just a warm-up, though, for the real issues of the day, namely:

Is locker room talk good for the Jews?

Despite grappling with an uncooperative Goldbrener (who would rather talk about the Republican candidate for President of the U.S.), Rosen presses on and the boys touch on some deep aspects of what it means to be a Jew, inept in the manly arts and faced with a locker room full of salty language.


What happens in the locker room,

stays in the locker room.


About Larry Rosen

Was born Jewish, raised Jewish and educated Catholic. He is a “Jewsuit”. He is also a husband, father, newspaper and magazine writer, habitual wearer of baseball caps and author of the soon-to-be-released memoir about his son’s bar mitzvah, “The Rabbi Has Left the Building.”