John Safran's Race Relations

  • 1 Season
  • TV-14

An Australian documentary maker travels around the world exploring issues of race, culture and love, but with a sense of humor in this eight-part series.

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Episode 6 Season 1, Episode 6 Nov 25, 2009 $1.99

John has forever wanted to go out with non-Jewish girls, but he always had a vibe that his mother wasn't into it. As John's mum unexpectedly died several years ago, it's impossible to know what she truly thought. Or is it?

Episode 5 Season 1, Episode 5 Nov 18, 2009 $1.99

John recalls his adolescence, and a Jewish summer camp at which he was rebuffed by a love interest. Still not over it, John seeks solace in Henry Makow's book on Asian love, which claims that Asian women judge a man by his heart, not by his looks. To check if it's true John dons an Elephant Man costume and jets off to Thailand to see if his luck in love will improve outside of Jewtown 3183.

Episode 4 Season 1, Episode 4 Nov 11, 2009 $1.99

In his reading, John comes across Henry Makow, a fat, old white guy who went to the Philippines to find a bride. Makow claims that Asian women stay attractive for longer than Western women. Fascinated by this premise, John figures out a way to test the claim. It involves exceedingly awkward confrontations with his ex-girlfriends and excruciatingly tender moments with their mothers.

Episode 3 Season 1, Episode 3 Nov 4, 2009 $1.99

John's been reading books on Jewish marriage versus intermarriage. The Jews want him to get together with a Jew, saying that if he marries out, anti-Semitism will inevitably creep into his cross-cultural union. It's true some people are racist, but does that really mean John has to stop hitting on ethnics?

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  • Rating: TV-14
  • Premise: An Australian documentary maker travels around the world exploring issues of race, culture and love, but with a sense of humor in this eight-part series. (more)

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