|Season 4, Episode 1|
|Original Airdate||December 6, 1996|
|Next Episode||Mother's Day|
Grandpa Boris is appearing in a senior's play about the meaning of Chanukah opposite his childhood rival Schlomo. Boris is mad that he is going to be in a play with him, and when seeing Schlomo's picture the babies think that he is the "Meany of Chanukah" and they need to find him and put him to sleep to protect Boris. As Boris feuds with Schlomo and the babies try to put the "meany" down for a nap, Angelica searches for a T.V. in the synagogue to watch her favorite Christmas special. But she is stopped and put in the nursery with Tommy, Chuckie, Phil, and Lil, who attacked Schlomo at the start of the play. They all escape and Angelica gets the TV and runs away. All the while, Stu and Grandpa Lou are driving to the synagogue with the fancy menorah for the play, but they are stuck in the middle of a Christmas parade. Suddenly, the babies and Angelica get scared when they confront Schlomo, but Grandpa Boris comforts them and Schlomo reads a book about the miracle of Chanukah. When Stu finally arrives he wheels the menorah onto the stage and turns it on. But it explodes and the curtains come crashing down, revealing Boris, Schlomo, and the children. Boris and Schlomo then come together and sing a song, and the episode ends
- When Angelica is talking about her show, she calls it "The Cynthia Christmas Extravaganza Special", but the TV announcer calls it "A Very Cynthia Christmas".
- The music in this episode was done by the Zion senior choir, who sing in both the title card and the credits. They also appear in the episode as a women's choir who perform Chanukah songs when there is a intermission during the Chanukah family reunion.