| Springfield Jewish Walk of Fame
| Location Information
The Jewish Walk of Fame is a sidewalk embedded with large star-engraved stones dedicated to various notable Jews in the entertainment industry. The Walk is located in Springfield's Lower East Side neighborhood.
Krusty visits the Walk of Fame for the first time
Krusty once walked along the sidewalk after adopting a puppy he got from the Simpsons. He became disappointed when he discovered that he didn't have a star of his own. Upon visiting the head office and requesting his own star, Krusty was denied on the grounds that he had never had his Bar Mitzvah.
People with stars on the Walk of Fame include Woody Allen, Sandy Koufax, Joan Rivers, Jon Lovitz, Albert Einstein, Shari Lewis, Lamb Chop, Henry Winkler, Lorne Michaels, Chaim Potok, Billy Crystal and Larry David.
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|Jewish Walk of Fame
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Behind the Laughter
The Jewish Walk of Fame is a parody of the Hollywood Walk of Fame, but with Star of David-shaped stars.