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October 20, 2016 6:56 am

Jewish ‘Sexperts’ Dr. Ruth, Dr. Drew Endorse New ‘Powerful Aphrodisiac’ Movie Starring Israeli Actress Gal Gadot

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Dr. Ruth Westheimer, and Dr. Drew Pinsky. Photo: Screenshot.

Dr. Ruth Westheimer and Dr. Drew Pinsky. Photo: Screenshot.

Two renowned Jewish “sexperts” have teamed up to explain why Israeli actress Gal Gadot’s upcoming film is the perfect date movie and a “very powerful aphrodisiac.”

In a new video, sex therapist Dr. Ruth Westheimer and American celebrity doctor Drew Pinsky said the movie “Keeping Up With the Joneses” features seven elements that will stimulate sexual arousal in both men and women. These include: short dresses, foreign accents, girl-on-girl kissing, lingerie and “Madmen” star Jon Hamm, who plays Gadot’s husband in the movie. The doctors said they came to their conclusion based on a new “scientific” method they developed to calculate a film’s ability to arouse. As a result, Pinsky suggested, “Only watch it with someone you really like.”

Gadot posted the humorous clip of Westheimer and Pinsky on Instagram on Wednesday.

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“Keeping Up With the Joneses” is about a suburban couple — played by Zach Galifianakis and Isla Fisher — who get entangled in an international espionage plot after discovering that their new neighbors, Mr. and Mrs. Jones (Gadot and Hamm), are government spies.

Watch Westheimer and Pinksy promote “Keeping Up With the Joneses” — premiering in theaters on Friday, Oct. 21. — below:

A video posted by Gal Gadot (@gal_gadot) on

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