The Screen Junkies Show Presents: Jewish Elf!

It's about to get Jewtastic up in this b*tch! What happens when a Jewish Elf travels from the Jewish North Pole (aka Florida) to Hollywood to find his Jewish father? He's going to have a hard time finding him in this instant Hanukkah classic!

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