On discovering that his driver is not Catholic: "Salomon? You're Jewish?"
Pivert, being driven through a Jewish community, in rabbi disguise, starts blessing everyone with the sign of the cross.
Pivert keeping up during the Hassidic dance, much to Salomon's surprise.
Pivert and Salomon have a mutual recognition moment as he is being dragged around as Rabbi Jacob.
Salomon: Rabbi, I have a question. My boss just fired me because I don't work on Saturdays. What should I do? Pivert-as-Rabbi Jacob: Go see him and ask him to hire you again, he'll tell you yes! Ask him to give you a raise he'll tell you yes! Salomon: Will he double my wages? Pivert-as-Rabbi Jacob: He'll tell you yes! Salomon: Will he triple them? Pivert-as-Rabbi Jacob: He'll... tell you no.
Pivert, at gunpoint, trying to convince Farès he'll do his very best to forget anything he saw: "I don't even remember your name, Mr. Farès!"
Pivert finding out his kidnapper is the Prime Minister of his country:
"I am very proud to shake the revolver of a Prime Minister!"
Note that Pivert is driving, with Slimane's gun is pointed at him, and he still lets go of the wheel to give the gun a handshake.
Rabbi Jacob, on being mistaken, yet again, for Pivert (who's impersonating him): "Again Pivert?! Who is this Pivert?"
The priest at the wedding ceremony when Pivert (still in the rabbi's clothes) tells him he's the father of the bride.
Some policemen take off their hats in order to be respectful in the synagogue "because it's like a church."note It's generally considered respectful to cover your head whilst in a synagogue. Cue them confusedly tapping their heads at all of the Jews tapping their own heads to indicate to them to put their hats back on.