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** Lady Rose becomes a near ''perfect'' example (blonde, blue-blooded and British)[[note]]Daughter of a Scottish marquess, to be exact[[/note]] when she hooks up with the Jewish Atticus Aldridge in Series 5.

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** Lady Rose becomes a near ''perfect'' example (blonde, blue-blooded and British)[[note]]Daughter of a Scottish marquess, to be exact[[/note]] when she hooks up with the Jewish Atticus Aldridge in Series 5. Atticus's father is against the union, but his mother just wants her son to be happy and even threatens him with divorce if he does anything to jeopardize the wedding.


* The 1950s Hollywood film ''Young Lions'' has a young Jewish man called Noah falling for a [[WhiteAngloSaxonProtestant WASP]] called Hope. She is indeed a beautiful blonde with blue eyes.

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* The 1950s Hollywood film ''Young Lions'' ''Film/YoungLions'' has a young Jewish man called Noah falling for a [[WhiteAngloSaxonProtestant WASP]] called Hope. She is indeed a beautiful blonde with blue eyes.


* ''VideoGame/FateGrandOrder'' has one of the classics, The Queen of Sheba, show up. She never actually gets a chance to interact with King Solomon on-screen, but she firmly establishes that yes, she was among his 700 wives and they did love each other.

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* ''VideoGame/FateGrandOrder'' has one of the classics, The Queen of Sheba, show up. She never actually gets a chance to interact with King Solomon on-screen, but she firmly establishes it does show that yes, she has an obvious crush on the man and wants to protect his legacy. However, there isn't any confirmation that she was among his 700 wives and they did love each other. really married to him or not (as her profile mentioned it's just a Ethiopian folklore), or if her crush is actually caused by her Spirit Origin being affected by that story.


** Howard ends up with Bernadette (played by Melissa Rauch, who ironically is Jewish herself). They initially connect over freaking out their families. Bernadette, being Catholic, is thrilled at the prospect of freaking out ''her'' parents. Their relationship has since moved beyond that joke.

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** Howard ends up with Bernadette (played by Melissa Rauch, Creator/MelissaRauch, who ironically is Jewish herself). They initially connect over freaking out their families. Bernadette, being Catholic, is thrilled at the prospect of freaking out ''her'' parents. Their relationship has since moved beyond that joke.


* ''Film/AnnieHall'': The contrast between Annie's white-bread Midwestern WASP family and (Allen's character) Alvy's Brooklyn Jewish family is frequently PlayedForLaughs. One of the working titles was even ''Me and My Goy''. Some other films by Creator/WoodyAllen also qualify. His two longest relationships have been with Mia Farrow and Soon-yi Previn who are both non-Jews.

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* ''Film/AnnieHall'': The contrast between Annie's white-bread Midwestern WASP family and (Allen's character) Alvy's Brooklyn Jewish family is frequently PlayedForLaughs. One of the working titles was even ''Me and My Goy''. Some other films by Creator/WoodyAllen also qualify. His two longest relationships have been with Mia Farrow and Soon-yi Previn who are both non-Jews.


* ''{{Series/Scrubs}}'' gives Elliot an ImagineSpot where she thinks of her dream husband. He's Jewish - while she is blonde and blue-eyed. So her low self-esteem may be imagining ''herself'' as this.

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* ''{{Series/Scrubs}}'' gives Elliot an ImagineSpot where she thinks of making a robot as her dream husband. He's She also happens to make him Jewish (revealed by breaking a glass at their imagined wedding ceremony) - while she is blonde and blue-eyed. So Immediately after snapping out of the fantasy she bemoans that's really going to piss of her low self-esteem may be imagining ''herself'' as this.WASP-y parents.


* ''Series/{{Seinfeld}}'': In "The Serenity Now", Elaine's "shiksappeal" attracts three Jewish men over the course of the episode. It starts with a 13-year-old boy who, immediately after being officially declared a man during his bar mitzvah, forcefully makes out with her. When she rejects him because he's only 13 and therefore not "really" a man yet, he ''renounces Judaism'', calling the bar mitzvah a sham. Later on, the boy's father plants one on her as well, and when she tells him that he's only attracted her because of her shiksappeal, he ''also'' renounces Judaism in an effort to prove that he'd still be attracted to her if he wasn't Jewish. Finally, when she tries to talk to a rabbi about how to get rid of her shiksappeal, the rabbi tells her that shiksappeal is just a myth... and then immediately proceeds to hit on her. Even Jerry's attracted to her in this episode; after his girlfriend makes him get more in touch with his feelings, he actually proposes to Elaine. (Ironically, Elaine is played by the Jewish Creator/JuliaLouisDreyfus.)[[note]]In point of fact, of the actors playing the Gang, only Michael Richards--who played Kramer--''wasn't'' Jewish. (Jason Alexander is Jewish--his legal name is Jay Greenspan. He looks much more Jewish when he has a beard.)[[/note]] This is even though the only confirmed Jewish member of the Gang was Jerry--and even though Kramer could have been Jewish.[[/note]]

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* ''Series/{{Seinfeld}}'': In "The Serenity Now", Elaine's "shiksappeal" attracts three Jewish men over the course of the episode. It starts with a 13-year-old boy who, immediately after being officially declared a man during his bar mitzvah, forcefully makes out with her. When she rejects him because he's only 13 and therefore not "really" a man yet, he ''renounces Judaism'', calling the bar mitzvah a sham. Later on, the boy's father plants one on her as well, and when she tells him that he's only attracted her because of her shiksappeal, he ''also'' renounces Judaism in an effort to prove that he'd still be attracted to her if he wasn't Jewish. Finally, when she tries to talk to a rabbi about how to get rid of her shiksappeal, the rabbi tells her that shiksappeal is just a myth... and then immediately proceeds to hit on her. Even Jerry's attracted to her in this episode; after his girlfriend makes him get more in touch with his feelings, he actually proposes to Elaine. (Ironically, Elaine is played by the Jewish Creator/JuliaLouisDreyfus.)[[note]]In point of fact, of the actors playing the Gang, only Michael Richards--who played Kramer--''wasn't'' Jewish. (Jason Alexander is Jewish--his legal name is Jay Greenspan. He looks much more Jewish when he has a beard.)[[/note]] ) This is even though the only confirmed Jewish member of the Gang was Jerry--and even though Kramer could have been Jewish.[[/note]]


* ''Series/{{Seinfeld}}'': In "The Serenity Now", Elaine's "shiksappeal" attracts three Jewish men over the course of the episode. It starts with a 13-year-old boy who, immediately after being officially declared a man during his bar mitzvah, forcefully makes out with her. When she rejects him because he's only 13 and therefore not "really" a man yet, he ''renounces Judaism'', calling the bar mitzvah a sham. Later on, the boy's father plants one on her as well, and when she tells him that he's only attracted her because of her shiksappeal, he ''also'' renounces Judaism in an effort to prove that he'd still be attracted to her if he wasn't Jewish. Finally, when she tries to talk to a rabbi about how to get rid of her shiksappeal, the rabbi tells her that shiksappeal is just a myth... and then immediately proceeds to hit on her. Even Jerry's attracted to her in this episode; after his girlfriend makes him get more in touch with his feelings, he actually proposes to Elaine. (Ironically, Elaine is played by the Jewish Julia Louis-Dreyfus.)

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* ''Series/{{Seinfeld}}'': In "The Serenity Now", Elaine's "shiksappeal" attracts three Jewish men over the course of the episode. It starts with a 13-year-old boy who, immediately after being officially declared a man during his bar mitzvah, forcefully makes out with her. When she rejects him because he's only 13 and therefore not "really" a man yet, he ''renounces Judaism'', calling the bar mitzvah a sham. Later on, the boy's father plants one on her as well, and when she tells him that he's only attracted her because of her shiksappeal, he ''also'' renounces Judaism in an effort to prove that he'd still be attracted to her if he wasn't Jewish. Finally, when she tries to talk to a rabbi about how to get rid of her shiksappeal, the rabbi tells her that shiksappeal is just a myth... and then immediately proceeds to hit on her. Even Jerry's attracted to her in this episode; after his girlfriend makes him get more in touch with his feelings, he actually proposes to Elaine. (Ironically, Elaine is played by the Jewish Julia Louis-Dreyfus.)Creator/JuliaLouisDreyfus.)[[note]]In point of fact, of the actors playing the Gang, only Michael Richards--who played Kramer--''wasn't'' Jewish. (Jason Alexander is Jewish--his legal name is Jay Greenspan. He looks much more Jewish when he has a beard.)[[/note]] This is even though the only confirmed Jewish member of the Gang was Jerry--and even though Kramer could have been Jewish.[[/note]]

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* Then there's the numerous foreign wives of King Solomon, who lead him to build places of worship for their own gods. He is punished by the fracturing of the kingdom after his death.

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* ''Film/TheFront'' has Howard, the working-class Jew, falling for Florence, the well-bred Connecticut WASP.


* ''Series/{{Seinfeld}}'': In "The Serenity Now", Elaine's "shiksappeal" attracts three Jewish men over the course of the episode. It starts with a 13-year-old boy who, immediately after being officially declared a man during his bar mitzvah, forcefully makes out with her. When she rejects him because he's only 13 and therefore not "really" a man yet, he ''renounces Judaism'', calling the bar mitzvah a sham. Later on, the boy's father plants one on her as well, and when she tells him that he's only attracted her because of her shiksappeal, he ''also'' renounces Judaism in an effort to prove that he'd still be attracted to her if he wasn't Jewish. Finally, when she tries to talk to a rabbi about how to get rid of her shiksappeal, the rabbi tells her that shiksappeal is just a myth... and then immediately proceeds to hit on her. Even Jerry's attracted to her in this episode; after his girlfriend makes him get more in touch with his feelings, he actually proposes to Elaine.

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* ''Series/{{Seinfeld}}'': In "The Serenity Now", Elaine's "shiksappeal" attracts three Jewish men over the course of the episode. It starts with a 13-year-old boy who, immediately after being officially declared a man during his bar mitzvah, forcefully makes out with her. When she rejects him because he's only 13 and therefore not "really" a man yet, he ''renounces Judaism'', calling the bar mitzvah a sham. Later on, the boy's father plants one on her as well, and when she tells him that he's only attracted her because of her shiksappeal, he ''also'' renounces Judaism in an effort to prove that he'd still be attracted to her if he wasn't Jewish. Finally, when she tries to talk to a rabbi about how to get rid of her shiksappeal, the rabbi tells her that shiksappeal is just a myth... and then immediately proceeds to hit on her. Even Jerry's attracted to her in this episode; after his girlfriend makes him get more in touch with his feelings, he actually proposes to Elaine. (Ironically, Elaine is played by the Jewish Julia Louis-Dreyfus.)

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* An in-universe example on ''Series/MarriedWithChildren'': The Bundys visit a Hollywood TV studio where there are [[https://i.4pcdn.org/tv/1514106969214.jpg posters]] for fictitious shows, including "Me And The Shiksa".


* In ''WesternAnimation/SupermanTheAnimatedSeries'', all male residents of the Fifth Dimension are SpaceJews. The one female resident depicted is [[Creator/GilbertGottfried Mxy]]'s wife, Gspltsnz, who bears a striking resemblance to [[Film/WhoFramedRogerRabbit Jessica Rabbit]].

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* In ''Film/TheGreatHoudinis'', the Jewish Harry marries the Catholic Bess, [[JewishMother to his mother's dismay]]. They hold two different wedding ceremonies, one for each religion.


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