When you look at the 3rd bout of Russian Doll, “A Warm Body,” Nadia (Natasha Lyonne) attempts to investigate the spiritual importance of her ongoing fatalities, having currently considered (and refused) the concept that she’s merely having a poor drug journey. Her tries to consult well a rabbi are obstructed because of the rabbi’s resolute assistant (Tami Sagher), but after Nadia sooner or later wears down Sagher’s character together with her tenacity along with her confessions about uterine fibroids, the girl provides Nadia a prayer. It translates, she claims, as “Angels are typical around us all.”
Nadia rolls her eyes only at that offering, the type or sort of cozy sentiment that is more typically experienced on refrigerator magnets and embroidered put pillows. A couple of scenes later, though, she’s compelled to expend every night guarding a homeless man’s footwear so he won’t leave the shelter and freeze to death. Then she satisfies another guy, Alan (Charlie Barnett), in a elevator, in which he upends the show completely whenever it is revealed like she does that he dies repeatedly, too, just. It’s entirely possible that the scene within the rabbi’s office is simply an entertaining interlude, or a method to divert suspicions that the building that Nadia keeps being resurrected in is some method significant.