This will generally be understood by us Jewish members. I am reading Imzadi (yeah - years behind. But that's what happens when you have over 550 books). The "bad guys" are called Baytzah, Zroah, Charoset, Chazeret, Karpass and the boss is Maror. Perfect for this time of year. I'm sure Peter David was smiling the same way I am. For those less knowledgeable in this area: This are the six items placed on the "Seder Plate" which is the central object (plus the matzoh) on seder night (first night of Passover). Baytzah = A boiled egg still in it's shell which has then been slightly roasted on an open flame Zroah = Shankbone, Generally the roasted wing or "leg" of a chicken Charoset = A sweet concoction generally made up of apple, wine/grape juice, dates. Chazeret = Usually horseradish Karpass = A root vegetable Maror (bitter herbs) = Usually lettuce (something that starts out sweet but becomes bitter as you chew it) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Passover_Seder_plate So, finally something to smile about in these difficult times. Stay safe everyone.