Adventures from the Book of Virtues

Compassion (Part 2)

Season 4, Ep 10, Aired 1/1/00
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  • Episode Description
  • This is the second part of when Annie is thought to be the scrooge in one of her dreams. Just like Scrooge in A Christmas Carol, Annie cares more about money. She dreams she is visited by three spirits who show Scrooge her past, present, and her future. After she wakes up from her dream, she learns the true meaning of the Christmas spirit.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Pamela Adlon

    Zach Nichols (Voice) (I)

  • Mark Hamill

    Additional Voices

  • Jim Cummings

    Aristotle (voice)

  • Frank Welker

    Socrates (voice)

  • Nancy Linari

    Additional Voices

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (5)

    • (During Annie's dream.) Annie: (As Scrooge) What do you want of me? Plato: (As a ghost) Do you believe what you see before you? Annie: No. Plato: Do you believe in Christmas then? Annie: Certainly not. Plato: And there lies your problem.

    • Annie: (To the Ghost of Christmas Future in her dream) I think of all the ghosts who have visited me. I fear you the most.

    • Annie: (To Sock and Ari) Your friendship is too precious to lose over a stocking or an old artificial tree, or anything.

    • Zach: I'm really proud of you, Annie Scrooge. Annie: What did you call me? Zach: I said, Annie, I'm really proud of you. Annie: Maybe I need to get some more sleep. Thanks, Zach.

    • (The final lines of the episode.) Plato: And God bless us everyone, and merry Christmas to us all!

    Notes (2)

    • This episode is on the DVD, A Christmas Carol for Annie.

    • Featured Selection: Marley's Ghost by Charles Dickens (from A Christmas Carol) (From chapter 2 of The Book of Virtues, "Compassion".)

    Allusions (1)

    • The spirit of Plato is a reference to the ghost of Jacob Marley from A Christmas Carol.

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