(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?
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!
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".)
The spirit of Plato is a reference to the ghost of Jacob Marley from A Christmas Carol.