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The film's biggest star, Brad Pitt, who isn't Jewish in real life, plays one of the few American non-Jewish soldiers in the film.
He plays a hillbilly army lieutenant who puts together an eight-member team of Jewish American soldiers called "the Basterds." Three of the actors playing the Jewish American soldier "basterds" are Jewish in real life--Eli Roth, a film director in his first big acting role, B. Novak, a co-star of the hit TV show The Office, and Samm Levine, a hard-working TV character actor.
Fifteen years after the brief but classic series ended its run, Seth Rogen, Jason Segel, Linda Cardellini, Busy Philipps, Samm Levine, Martin Starr, David Gruber Allen and Steve Bannos (no word on James Franco?!
In anticipation of this epic reunion, let’s take a look back at why this show was totally life-changing—because it really, really was. When it was actually on the air I was IN high school, saw part of one episode and deemed it “too real” for me to handle AS a high school student. I was not emotionally prepared to handle in the 1999-2000 school year.
I was too busy taking Chemistry and figuring out how to handle going to prom. Luckily, by this point, I was already in love with Busy Phillips from so I was on board with her immediately (and wanted all of her clothes) and I quickly fell in love with everyone else.
I had normal (not Millie-level, though) friends, I was in the “smart” classes, I just focused on school. Gave Me Another Great Dance Scene That Uses “Come Sail Away” I had to write a paper in 2002 on a movie.
I never had anything that forced me to the “freaks” but I did date a guy who loved wearing tie dye in 2001 (and everything that implies) and played in a band and stuff so…that’s pretty close. I picked Do you know how many times since 2004 I have thought “I want to be Lindsay Weir for Halloween? But I assume no one will get it unless I have a whole cast with me and that’s such a hassle and I’ll do it later, okay?
Sometimes their tasks were more mundane--but still critical--such as translation of enemy documents and interrogation of captured Germans.