A Cartoon Network version of Charles Dickin's Christmas Carol.
- Ebenezer Scrooge: a miserly, selfish, money-hungry businessman who despises Christmas, played by Eddy from Ed, Edd N Eddy
- Bob Cratchit: Scrooge’s clerk, played by Edd "Double D"
- Fred: Scrooge’s nephew, played by Ben Tennyson
- Tiny Tim: the youngest son of the Cratchits, played by Mac from Foster's Home for Imaginery Friends
- PETER CRATCHIT: the Cratchit’s eldest son, played by Jimmy Jones.
- MRS. CRATCHIT: Bob Cratchit’s wife, played by Frankie Foster.
- FERDINAND CRATCHIT: Bob Cratchit's brother and Tiny Tim's uncle, played by Ed
- JACOB MARLEY: Scrooge’s business partner who died seven years ago, played by Eustace Bagg from Courage the Cowardly Dog
- TWO PORTLY GENTLEMEN: two men raising money for the poor, played by Johnny and Plank from Ed, Edd N Eddy and Mr. Harriman from Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends
- FRAN: Scrooge’s little sister and Fred’s mother, played by Madame Foster
- MR. FEZZIWIG: Scrooge’s first employer, played by Mung Dall
- MRS. FEZZIWIG: Mr. Fezziwig’s wife, played by Truffels
- DICK WILKINS: another apprentice at Fezziwig’s establishment, played by Chowder
- BELLE: a woman Scrooge had been engaged to in his youth, played by Nazz
- GHOST OF CHRISTMAS PAST: the first of the spirits foretold by Marley who shows Scrooge his past Christmases. Played by Dee Dee from Dexter's Laboratory.
- GHOSTs OF CHRISTMAS PRESENT: the second of the spirits foretold by Marley that shows Scrooge Christmas celebrations in the present time, played by Shaggy Rogers and Scooby-Doo
- THE GHOST OF CHRISTMAS YET TO COME: the third spirit foretold by Marley that shows Scrooge Christmases in the Future, played by Malware from Ben 10: Omniverse.
- MARTHA CRATCHIT: the eldest daughter of the Cratchit’s, played by Blossom
- BELINDA CRATCHIT: the Cratchit’s second daughter, played by Bubbles
- LUCY CRATCHIT: third Cratchit's third daughter, played by Buttercup
- MATTHEW CRATCHIT: The Cratchit's second son, played by Dexter from Dexter's Lab
- FRED’S WIFE: the wife of Scrooge’s nephew, played by Kai Green
- Blewe: Tiny Tim's Imaginary Friend who likes to accompany him, played by Bloo from Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends
- Alice: Fred's Cousin, played by Gwen Tennyson
- Gavin: Alice's fiancé and Fred's friend, played by Kevin Levin
- Worthington: One of Fred's neighbors who attended his annual Christmas dinner, played by Johnny Bravo
- Thomas Jenkis: One of Fred's neighbors who attended his annual Christmas dinner, played by Rex Salazar
- Charlotte Jenkins: Thomas' wife, played by Circe
- OLD JOE: a pawnshop owner, played by Mojo Jojo
- CHARWOMAN: Scrooge’s housekeeper, played by ???
- MRS. DILBER: Scrooge’s laundress, played by ???
- UNDERTAKER’S MAN: a man who has no ethics about stealing from the dead, played by V.V. Arghost
- CAROLINE AND HER HUSBAND: two people who owed money to Scrooge who are happy when he dies, played by Exo Skull and Subdora
- Boy: the boy Scrooge sends to buy the big prize turkey, played by Irwin from Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy
- BELLE'S HUSBAND: a man who sees Scrooge on the night Marley dies, played by Kevin from Ed, Edd N Eddy
- Gravediggers: Played by Octagon & Rhomboid Vreedle
The tale begins on a cold and bleak Christmas Eve in London, seven years after the death of Ebenezer Scrooge's business partner, Jacob Marley. Scrooge, a businessman, is described as "a squeezing, wrenching, grasping, scraping, clutching, covetous, dork!" He hates Christmas, calling it "ba, humbug", and refuses his nephew Fred's Christmas dinner invitation. He turns away two men who seek a donation from him in order to provide food and heating for the poor, and only grudgingly concedes to allow his overworked, underpaid clerk, Bob Cratchit, Christmas Day off with pay to keep with the social custom. Scrooge leaves for home while the bookkeepers celebrate Christmas
In his house that night, Scrooge is visited by the ghost of Scrooge's late partner, Marley, who is forever cursed to wander the earth dragging a network of heavy chains, forged during a lifetime of greed and selfishness. Marley tells Scrooge that he has one chance to avoid the same fate — through the night, he will be visited by three spirits, one on each successive evening, and he must listen to them or be cursed to carry chains of his own, much longer than Marley's chains. And with that, the spirit of Marley vanished into the darkness, leaving Scrooge once again alone in his room.
At one o'clock, The first of the spirits, the Ghost of Christmas Past, takes Scrooge to Christmas scenes of Scrooge's his childhood and early adult life, which stir the man's gentle and tender side by reminding him of a time when he was kinder and more innocent. The spirit reminds that these are but shadows of the past, they cannot see or hear him. These scenes portray Scrooge's lonely childhood, his relationship with his beloved sister Fan, and a Christmas party hosted by his first employer, Mr. Fezziwig, who treated Scrooge like a son to him along with his another apprentice. Jacob was also at the party. They also portray Scrooge's neglected fiancée Belle, who ends their relationship after she realises that Scrooge will never love her as much as he was consumed by greed for the love of money ten years later. Finally, they visit a now-married Belle with her large, happy family on a recent Christmas Eve. Back in his room, Scrooge felt guilty for turning the woman he loved away.
At two o'clock, The second of the spirit, the Ghosts of Christmas Present, takes Scrooge to a joy-filled market of people buying the makings of Christmas dinner and celebrations of Christmas in a miner's cottage and in a lighthouse. Scrooge and the ghost also visit Fred's Christmas party with his friends playing charades. A major part of this stave is taken up with Bob Cratchit's family feast, and introduces his youngest son, Tiny Tim, who is happy but seriously ill. The spirits informs Scrooge that they see and empty stool with a crutch without an owner, Tiny Tim will die unless the course of events changes. Before disappearing, the spirits shows Scrooge two hideous, emaciated children named Ignorance and Want. He tells Scrooge to beware the former above all, and mocks Scrooge's concern for their welfare. The spirits of Christmas Present flea as a dark shadow appears before Scrooge..
The third spirit, the Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come, shows Scrooge a Christmas Day in the future. The ghost shows Scrooge witnesses a group of businessmen discussing the death of an unnamed colleague where they would only attend the funeral — if lunch is provided. His charwoman, his laundress, and the local funeral director steal some of his possessions and sell them to a fence, Old Joe. When Scrooge asks the ghost to show anyone who feels any emotion over the man's death, the ghost can only show him the pleasure of a poor couple in debt to the man, rejoicing that his death gives them more time to sort their finances. After Scrooge asks to see some tenderness connected with any death, the ghost shows him Bob Cratchit and his family mourning the passing of Tiny Tim. The ghost then escorts Scrooge to the cemetery where two gravediggers were talking about the unloved man's funeral with no one to bid him farewell as they took a break before they fill up the grave, and they both gotten closer to the man's neglected grave, the tombstone bears Scrooge's name. Sobbing, he pledges to the ghost that he will change his ways to avoid this outcome as the Ghost forces Scrooge to fall into his empty coffin sitting in a deep grave atop the fires of heck!
Scrooge awakens on Christmas morning with joy and love in his heart,. He spends the day with wishing everyone a Merry Christmas and anonymously sends a prize turkey to the Cratchit home for Christmas dinner, and ventures out with the charity workers and reconsiders their offer and the citizens of London to spread happiness in the city. Scrooge then goes to the Cratchit house, at first putting on a stern demeanor, but, he gives Cratchit a raise and makes him his partner in the counting house, also makes Ferdinand their trusted employee. And he tells his nephew Fred that he will attend his annual Christmas dinner. A changed man, Scrooge now treats everyone with kindness, generosity, and compassion, and now embodies the spirit of Christmas.