SPIEGEL: Herr Youssef, als Ihre autobiografisch angehauchte Comedy-Serie "Ramy" in den USA anlief, war sie zunächst kaum mehr als ein. Ramy Youssef ist ein US-amerikanischer Stand-up-Komiker, Schauspieler und Drehbuchautor ägyptischer Herkunft. wurde er für seine Arbeit an der autobiografischen Serie Ramy mit dem Golden Globe Award als bester Serien-Hauptdarsteller – Komödie. Mag. Ramy JOUSSEF ist seit April wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter der im Rahmen der Exzellenzinitiative der deutschen Bundesregierung geförderten.
Herr Ramy YoussefHerr Ramy Youssef. Bild der Person. 1. Institut für Weltgesellschaft. 2. Fakultät für Soziologie / Personen / Promovierende. Forschung und Lehre. Publikationen. Ramy Youssef ist ein US-amerikanischer Stand-up-Komiker, Schauspieler und Drehbuchautor ägyptischer Herkunft. wurde er für seine Arbeit an der autobiografischen Serie Ramy mit dem Golden Globe Award als bester Serien-Hauptdarsteller – Komödie. Ramy Youssef (* März in New York City, New York) ist ein US-amerikanischer Stand-up-Komiker, Schauspieler und Drehbuchautor ägyptischer.
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Ramy is taking his new spirituality and dedication to Sufi Islam very seriously. However his eagerness annoys his family. At the mosque, Ramy is enamored by Sheikh Malik.
There are several anti-Muslim protesters outside the mosque. Sheikh Malik treats them kindly and explains to Ramy that they blame the mosque for losing the building which was once a church before being foreclosed.
The two even made hot chocolates for the protesters. At Mo's diner, Ramy meets up with his friends but are quickly annoyed by his new found religious eagerness.
Upon hearing about a persistent customer, he approaches the customer named Dennis. After hearing about his story and inspired by his new religious spirit, he buys him a meal and insist he can help Dennis.
He takes him to the mosque to ask Sheikh Malik for a job. At the entrance, Dennis hears the calls for prayer and it triggers his PTSD from his time in Iraq as a soldier.
He confesses to Ramy about his actions in Iraq including killing his friend Majid. Ramy meets with Sheikh Malik and lies to him about the extent of his friendship with Dennis.
The Sheikh's daughter Zainab is hesitant to offer a job to Dennis but Sheikh Malik trusts Ramy and accepts Dennis. Dennis feels welcomed at the mosque and proves himself helpful by building ramps and shelves.
He then decides to become Muslim. On their way to the mosque, Ramy and his friends including Dennis meets the protesters. After taking his pledge to become Muslim, Dennis is triggered by the protesters and violently beats a protester.
Ramy runs out and stops Dennis. Ramy, Sheikh Malik and members of the mosque are at the hospital praying for the protester Nico who was beaten by Dennis.
Dena is at the hospital and develops a little crush on the handsome Sheikh Malik. Ramy, Sheikh Malik and Zainab goes to see Nico and meets his brother Ron.
Ron admits to at first hating the congregation but now coming to terms with them while accepting and appreciating their prayers.
Sheikh Malik and a reluctant Ramy go see Dennis in jail. Ramy attempts to manipulate Dennis into not speaking on his war atrocities which Dennis humorously does anyway making Sheikh Malik aware Ramy has lied to him.
Dennis is distraught over his dog, Boomer being left in the car the entirety of the time. Sheikh Malik and Ramy promise to find and save the dog.
At nightfall, Ramy and Sheikh Malik have yet to find Boomer. Sheikh decides to prayer right there on the spot.
Ramy hesitantly agrees as it is cold and they are outside. The two pray and upon ending the prayer they hear a dog bark, it is the car with Boomer inside.
Freeing Boomer and on the way home, Sheikh Malik confronts Ramy about lying to him. He states it is his fault for giving Ramy too much too soon.
He now places a new teacher Boomer the dog upon Ramy. When Ramy returns home, his family especially Farouk, is not happy that he brought home a dog and scolds him about obeying everything Sheikh Malik tells him to do.
Ramy discovers on Instagram that his cousin and ex-girlfriend, Amani, is engaged. He and Zainab go to the lavish estate of one of the investors of the Sufi center, who had recently backed out due to violence outside of the Masjid.
There, Ramy meets former porn star Mia Khalifa , who has been allegedly supplying the investor with her breast milk to cure him of his desire for sex.
Ramy drinks some of the milk before humoring the investor to a bout of archery. The investor finally agrees to invest two million dollars in the Sufi center after Ramy convinces him that they are brothers because they drank the same breast milk.
Zainab is impressed and tells the Sheik she wants to explore marriage with Rami. After getting into law school, an excited Deena is quick to share the news with her friends online.
Maysa, angered by her daughter's behavior, explains that this will attract "hasad" or the evil eye. Deena, upset that her parents don't share her enthusiasm says she doesn't believe in this "superstitious shit.
She asks her father, who tells her he began to lose his hair when he was around her age. Anxious and confused, Deena starts wearing a hijab and attempts to try different remedies for her hair loss and even asks her doctor about it during a consultation where she is worried she might have a lump on her breast.
She then visits Uncle Naseem who questions her if she is "feeling things" she is not supposed to feel. He refers her to an Egyptian psychic in South Jersey.
On her way home from the psychic, Deena learns from her doctor that she has fibroadenoma , which is very common. This temporarily puts her at ease but then her car breaks down, and she is picked up by a Mexican immigrant who confronts her about her headscarf, telling her that it is a symbol of oppression, and that she must "melt" into American society.
Infuriated by his ignorance, Deena demands that he let her out on the side of the road. Maysa is close to getting an American citizenship.
When she learns that her Lyft Driver account has been suspended, she worries that Lyft's investigation will lead to criminal charges, preventing her from getting the citizenship.
She decides to find the person who reported her and identifies that it could be Sophia, a trans passenger she picked up, but misgendered and humiliated.
She tracks Sophia at a bar and confronts them, profusely apologizing and begging them for forgiveness and to cancel their Lyft report.
Sophia tells Maysa that it was not them that filed the report. Sophia's boyfriend calls the police on Maysa for stalking them, but they don't press charges.
Dena arrives to take Maysa home and tells her that she's mean and has no filter before Maysa confesses that she wishes she had finished her degree instead of marrying.
Finally, Maysa attains citizenship with determination to vote the president out of office. The boys force Ramy to have a bachelor party in Atlantic City.
They end up at a strip club, where they all — with the exception of Steve — are uncomfortable. Ramy interrupts when Steve is getting a private lap dance and makes everyone go back to the hotel.
There, Steve informs Ramy that he needs to ejaculate or else he will suffer because of his condition.
After trying to call him a hooker to help him, Ramy finally decides to do the deed himself to save his friend, who cannot use his own arms. When the deed is done, Ramy consoles Steve in his arms as both feel weird and sad about what just happened.
Farouk lost his job two months ago and still hasn't told his family. Every day he goes to a coffee shop to work on job applications with no prospects in sight.
Boomer, the dog, develops depression, possibly since she is sensitive to Farouk's plight. At a gathering to meet the Sheik and Zainab, who Ramy would like to marry, Farouk loses it when confronted about money matters, especially when his brother-in-law Naseem presses him.
Later, in private, Farouk finally confesses the truth to Ramy and advises him not to get married because of the stress of being the man of the household.
Ramy, in turn, encourages Farouk to live in the present. Farouk and the Sheik together finally agree to the union of Ramy and Zainab.
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