YMMV: The Hebrew Hammer
- Acceptable Targets: Black and Jewish stereotypes are played purely for comedy, although the film is clearly laughing with them, not at them.
- And of course, American Christian stereotypes are out in force as well, though with quite a bit more snark behind the jokes.
- Crosses the Line Twice: A lot of gags in this movie, such as...
- The Jewish Clock listing all major Jewish Holidays and the Macy's 50% off sale.
- Mordechai and Esther going on the Jewish Underground Railroad that features a Jewish Tragedy museum, laughing at images of their slavery under Pharoah and the Holocaust... but nodding solemnly at "Your credit-card is declined." "Oy!"
- The Ultimate Jewish Weapon turning out to be being COMPLETELY passive-aggressive, nit-picking every little thing, and giving a massive guilt-trip to the blatantly anti-semitic Damien Claus.
- Genius Bonus: Carver uses the Jewish system of dating years (see also the bottle of liquor he smashes over a guy's head in the Nazi bar).
- Love It or Hate It: More "you get it or you don't." The exaggerated stereotypes and bawdy humor is either hysterical or too offensive to be funny.
- Memetic Mutation: "Shabbat Shalom, mothafuckas!"