Joshua Eubanks and Paul Sims moved to Brooklyn, for very different reasons. Joshua, a young black man, came with his single mother to escape the crime and despair of Bedford-Stuyvesant. Paul left his life of privilege in Long Island to study Judaism with the Hasidic Lubavitch movement. They live in two different worlds separated by a few city blocks, but their hearts both yearn for Rachel Weissman who is torn between her aspiration to become a doctor and her obligation to the restrictions of her religion.
"A good listen!"
Kurt Khoury and his wife Marla have a good marriage. In fact, they have a great marriage. Marla is the most kind, loving, and supportive person Kurt has ever met. To Marla, Kurt is the most caring, supportive, and honest man that she knows. But Kurt hasn't been honest about one thing. And it's something big. It also is part of his new job. The tension settles in when Marla confronts Kurt and realizes that there is something he isn't telling her. But she doesn't realize just how deeply involved Kurt truly is. He has done the unthinkable. Something unfathomable.