The Weavers get Halloween party invites from a super-obnoxious couple in town. They’re not going to go, but once they hear there’s a costume contest, they launch a single-minded campaign to crush the obnoxious couple.
As the Bird-Kersees set up their Halloween decorations, Larry bursts in and announces that he’s just found out about Chanukkah. He’s amazed, especially by the idea of a multi-day celebration. When Dick mentions he wishes Halloween was eight days, Larry gets an idea: Challoweenukah. However, trying to hand out candy to kids at a playground in front of your sketchy van is probably not the best way to celebrate it, as Larry soon learns.
Larry: Family -- a mission. We shall take the two best holidays on this planet and combine them into one new ultimate holiday.
Jackie: Great! I’m in! But how does one celebrate Flag Day Ramadan?
Amber: (to Reggie) So, Halloween. I was thinking I’d go as young Yoko Ono and you could go as old Yoko Ono, because we already have the hair.
Debbie: They think they’re so fancy with their good hygiene and their top-shelf health care. “Ooh, we’re the Hollenders, we have all our vaccinations, we can’t get the smallpox.” They deserve everything they got coming.
Abby: Whenever I play house with Lainey Hollender, she makes me be the maid, and I have to empty my pockets to prove I didn’t steal the good silver.
Jackie: Maybe it’s time to celebrate Halloween Classic, and write off Challoweenukah as a noble failure, like the American jury system or Myspace.
Debbie: The Hollenders didn’t think we could afford the bet!
Marty: We can’t.
Debbie: I know! I hate them so much!