Episode three of the BBC Two/Showtime production's second series featured Jewish TV boss Merc Lapidus (John Pankow) at the funeral of his father.
However, viewers in the Middle Eastern country noticed that the previously-unseen character's headstone was shown to have a Hebrew transcription written backwards that when translated into English reads "pickled at great expense".
The team behind the programme were apparently trying to write "dearly missed", according to The Guardian.
Israel is one of the 150 countries that Episodes, which also stars Tamsin Greig and Stephen Mangan, has been sold to.
The show currently airs in the UK Fridays at 10pm on BBC Two. Series two will premiere in the US on July 1 on Showtime.
Watch a clip from the edition of Episodes in question below: