8) "Thanksgivukkah: Scream and Shout " by Buba Myses is arock parody with bearded rabbi dude puppets.
7) Since it wouldn't be November of 2013 without a "What Does the Fox Say?" parody version of Thanksgivukkah, we're including it -- even if the real one is funnier than any of the parodies.
6) "Rap Battle Parody": This one works because has a pre-existing genre and isn't too long.
5) "Thanksgivukkah Pie" by Benji Lovitt is a power-point greeting card that works best if you know the guy.
4) "Rare Footage -- The Story of Thanksgivukkah" was made by Shmideo.com, a team consisting of a self-proclaimed "overweight and hairy Hasidic rabbi," among others. It's a refreshingly brilliant riff on old informational films -- and is even toned black and white.
3) This funny-or-die movie trailer parody has all the elements to be funny, only it isn't. Kudos for the cast and production quality, regardless.
2) "Thanksgivukkah -- The Epic Split" by Jewbellish is a parody of Van Damme balancing on two Volvos. Maybe not as relevant to Thanksgivukkah per se ---grocery cart balancing seems to be kind of pushing it--- but still one of the funnier ones.
1) "Oils: A Thanksgivukkah Miracle." Everyone loves this Royals song parody. Not only is it lovable in and of itself, but it's so well made even the food looks appealing.