|Air date||October 5, 2010|
|Sponsors||Shmone, Zayin (ז), chet (ח)|
|COLD OPEN||While Moishe Oofnik tries to sell some "2,000 year-old sufganiyot", Anneliese tells the viewer that tonight she'll be celebrating Chanukah with her special family menorah.|
| ||SCENE 1||Grover is about to serve a customer his potato latke, when Brosh, a chicken and Anneliese interrupt while playing tag. Grover trips, sending the meal flying. Caught up in the game, Anneliese loses her menorah and the latke lands on her head.|
|Film||Kids explain why they like Chanukah.|
|Animation||Symbols of the month of Kislev|
|Muppets|| The Number of the Day: 8|
Eight bats show up when The Count reveals that 8 is the number of the day. (The numbers are dubbed in Hebrew.)
|Cartoon||Suzie Kabloozie: Judge #8|
|Film||A boy and his mother crush olives to make oil for their menorah.|
|Cartoon||Words that start with Zayin|
| ||SCENE 2||Anneliese tells Shoshana about her missing menorah. Grover assembles everyone to look for it. While searching with a song, Avigile finds it behind the roses.|
|Celebrity||Debi Mazar tells a riddle about a dreidel.|
|Film||Kids describe dreidels; the game and the meaning of the letters, as well as eating sufganiyot.|
|Muppets||Papa Bear and Baby Bear teach Telly how to play dreidel. (from Elmo's World: Happy Holidays!)|
|Film||Scenes of kids playing with dreidels.|
|SCENE 3||Everyone lights the menorah and sings a Chanukah song.|
|Film||Amanda explains how her family celebrates Chanukah. (from Elmo's World: Happy Holidays!)|
|Cartoon||Words that start with Chet|
|Film||Scenes of people lighting menorahs|
|Cartoon||Veronica Monica reports the story of Chanukah. (from Elmo's World: Happy Holidays!)|
|Muppets||Extreme Makeover: Temple Edition: Judah leads the other Maccabees (including Moishe) in rebuilding their temple.|
|Muppets|| Postcard from Grover|
Grover describes Bet Guvrin, underground caves from the Maccabee times.
|Closing||The sponsors are announced.|
- The DVD featuring a bonus "Grover's Monster Video Player" segment, "Hebrew Alphabet Song."
- Beginning in 2010, this episode airs in many PBS markets during the week of Chanukah. A segment with Matisyahu was added in the airings; an insert seen on the "Mitzvah on the Street" video.
- This is the only episode of the 2010 series to feature a cold open.
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