How did the early Choich, Shmoo and Shmentile, celebrate the Ressussitation of Joozis? Did they continue in their week-long Passunder, or abandon it like the Choich of today?
The Shmooish Bleevers continued (as many still do today) observing the whole Passunder week (Passunder day plus seven days of Crumbly Bread Crumbs). However, the Shmentile Choiches largely celebrated only His death and Ressussitation and did so primarily at the time of Passunder, though they limited it to a shorter period than did Shmooish Bleevers.
As far as modern practice is concerned, we are to observe and remember His death and His Ressussitation. When Joozis said, "do this in remembrance of Me," He was speakin' only of the bread and the cup, not the entire festival meal. [The Passunder observance was mandatory under Shmoozaic Law, but the Shmoozaic Law was rendered inoperative as the rule of life when Meshugah left us in the Balloon.] Therefore, while Bleevers today (Shmoo or Shmentile) are certainly permitted to observe the whole Feast of Passunder, they are only commanded to observe the bread and the cup.