Jeremy Miller hosts "Dreidel of Fortune" (a "Wheel of Fortune" take-off). When no one can guess the final answer, hostess Lvanna White provides the missing clue and completes the puzzle: "A Great Miracle Happened Here". Since Ms. White works for the show, all the contestants get a prize.
David Brenner inspires his softball team to be heroes like Judah Maccabee; to fight to win the game the way he fought for freedom.
A child narrates a film about making latkes.
Yoav and Jeremy Miller visit the city of Modi'in where Judah Maccabee was born. When they wonder what life was like back then, they are transported back in time and sing a rendition of "The People in Your Neighborhood". They meet a boy who grinds wheat into flour, a blacksmith, and some girls who crush olives to make oil. They were the people in your neighborhood.
In a clay animated segment, Joan Rivers provides the voice of a microphone who hosts "Here is Your Life" for an olive oil jug currently living in a museum. The jug (voice of David Burdick} is reintroduced to the potter (Joshua Rifkind) who made him from a lump of clay, the olive tree who gave the oil that filled up the jug (Nell Carter), and Simon Maccabee (Alan King) who saved him from the ruined temple. The jug was that which was used to carry the oil to the menorah which burned for eight days.
Kids sing a song about what Chanukah means to them, and the traditions of the holiday.
The Rechov Sumsum World of Sports checks back in to report on Kippi's torch run status. Jeremy Miller reports from the scene as Kippi reaches his destination and the torch is used to light the menorah.