WATCH: Jon Stewart on the Appeal of a Chocolate Bunny vs. a Dead Lamb's Bone

The Jews have to up their game when it comes to competing with the Christian holidays, says the Daily Show host.

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As we're all still digesting our holiday meals, what better time to recall a 2012 Daily Show sketch on the relative merits of Passover and Easter? Jon Stewart compares the appeal of Passover to that of Easter for kids. The Jews "can't afford to lose this one, too," he says.

The Jews have already lost the "Christmas versus Hanukkah kerfuffle," Stewart says, seeing that Christians are "celebrating the birth of their savior while Hanukkah is acknowledging oil lasting longer than it would normally last. No contest."

Then he pulls out a basket of Easter goodies and compares it to a seder plate; chocolate bunnies and candies versus horseradish and "the bone of a dead baby lamb."

"We've got to take it up a notch – they're crushing us," Stewart says to his fellow Jews. "I'm not saying we've got to lose our traditions; we've got to adapt them with a slight nod towards recruitment."

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