Wonderful! This is one of the strongest episodes in the entire series! Everything about it -- cast, crew, writing and sets -- are top notch, funny, witty and even thought provoking.
Eighteen year old Dora is unhappy and with good reason. She lives on a run down desert farm, located in an isolated community, with her stepfather who is downright cynical, mean-spirited, narrow-minded and verbally abusive. The title gets its name from the fact that its the Thanksgiivng Holiday, but the stepfather has basically banned it from the house and becuase of a delicious little pun on his eventual fate. While digging for water, the stepfather learns that some strange creatures -- "hole people -- reside underground and are willing to exchange precious gems for 'food' (flashlight). The stepfather drives off to locating more items to be exchanged, with strict instructions that Dora should not get involved. Well, Dora begins to send tasty treats down into the deep hole, which come back up with lovely gifts and strange thank-you notes asking for more food items.
Eventually, the stepfather returns and dumps a bunch of junk (flashlights) down the hole, expecting to become rich. However, the hole people send back the items (with big teeth marks) without any gifts.
Furious, the stepfather dones a food body military outfit, gasmask and grabs some weapons and personally goes down into the hole to wage war/genocide...
I do not want to spoil the ending, but its a wonderful one. Personally, this is my favorite episode in the series.