Moshe Rabbinowitz decides to join the country club near his home. He goes
in and is turned down flat because he does not meet their "standards." So
he enrolls in the finest schools to learn the art of being culturally
rich. Moshe learns to cook the finest of foods, appreciate the best art,
drive the best car, wear the classiest suits, etc. He even hires Professor
Henry Higgins to educate him in the proper speech and behavior.
The big day arrives. Martin James Roget arrives at the country club for
"Tea?" the interviewer asks.
"Earl Grey, hot please."
"Polo, racket ball, hunting."