American Dad! (2005– )
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Santa, Schmanta 

Roger converts to Judaism and tries to make Hanukkah more popular than Christmas.


Joseph Daniello (as Joe Daniello), Ron Hughart | 1 more credit »


Seth MacFarlane (created by), Mike Barker (created by) | 5 more credits »

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Episode cast overview:
Seth MacFarlane ... Stan Smith / Roger the Alien / Greg Corbin (voice)
Wendy Schaal ... Francine Smith (voice)
Scott Grimes ... Steve Smith (voice)
Rachael MacFarlane ... Hayley Smith (voice)
Dee Bradley Baker ... Klaus (voice)
Curtis Armstrong ... Snot Lonstein (voice)
Matt McKenna Matt McKenna ... Santa Claus (voice)
Kevin Michael Richardson ... Principal Lewis (voice)
Nicole Shabtai ... Esther Lonstein (voice)
Daisuke Suzuki Daisuke Suzuki ... Toshi Yoshida (voice)


Roger converts to Judaism and tries to make Hanukkah more popular than Christmas.

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Animation | Comedy







English | Hebrew

Release Date:

25 December 2017 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby (as Dolby Surround)



Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Roger: [singing to the tune of Jingle Bells] Jingle bells Santa smells, everything's so lame, Christmas time is such a grime
[caroler shoves him]
Roger: Hey don't push me away! Hey!
Snot Lonstein: [singing] Jingle bells I'm unwell watching others play, they have fun but I am bummed, cuz Santa skips my place
Roger: [drives his car through the mall] Crashing through the mall, cuz I'm driving while I'm baked, but I don't care at all
Snot Lonstein: [pops up in the car with him] I was crying the whole way
Roger: Ha, ha, ha, ha
Roger: See that Christmas tree, ...
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Lowering the bar
26 December 2017 | by DfjordSee all my reviews

Derivative, lame, low-bar stuff. The best thing about American Dad is that, even amid all the bedlam, the stories follow a certain inventive logic. The conventionality and laziness of this one is perfectly summed up by Snot's bland closing remark about tradition: it seemed less to do with whatever happened beforehand and more about teaching the audience something about Jewish American culture. Oh what fun it is. Overall the whole episode felt somehow patronizing, the musical numbers were space-fillers, and there weren't even the big laughs to make up for any of it. One star for Steve's voice when he's coyly chiding Snot for hiding things about himself.

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