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Alternately, a Jerkass character may learn a holiday lesson only to go right back to their old ways in the next episode.When this results in a Broken Aesop, it can overlap with The Complainer Is Always Wrong.Furthermore, the original had a generally horrible person Aesopped into decency, whereas some adaptations have resulted in a bizarre "You will be merry or else" lesson, where a character who simply doesn't like Christmas is taught the error of their ways. Also look out for adaptations missing the point of the emphasis on Scrooge's grave during the future sequence- the point is not "Shape up or you will die" (so being nice makes you immortal?), but rather "Shape up or, when you die, nobody will mourn you." In shows with established casts, a character often has to be handed the Conflict Ball to make them abruptly meaner at Christmas, sometimes for no apparent reason; otherwise the Aesop wouldn't make any sense.In my opinion, witnessing orbs with your own eyes (in person) is far more credible, and harder to debunk than mere photos of orbs.
Like the original Tiny Tim, the stand-in might be related to our version of Bob Cratchit, but doesn't have to be.
However, I would be very cautious when classifying orbs in photographs as paranormal – it's simply too easy for the "orbs" in a photograph to be caused by dust or moisture, reflecting off the camera lens (or the flash).
Theory #1 – Color difference in orbs is caused by "chromatic distortion" which is a fancy way of saying that our eyes perceive different wavelengths and shapes as varying colors.
Results in the character having a change of heart and turning away from whatever character flaw was being explored.
If they're willing to go the extra mile on the homage to , then our protagonist will be a Corrupt Corporate Executive, a Bad Boss, or otherwise in a position of power where he or she is able to make life miserable for those under their thumb.
Theory # 2 – Orb color difference is caused by the energy of the spirit who is represented by the orb.