This clip discusses the history of the Christmas holiday and some of the misconceptions surrounding it. It also explains how the modern form of the holiday came to fruition with its cards, gifts, trees, and icons such as Santa Claus.
Miser Ebenezer Scrooge is awakened on Christmas Eve by memories of his miserable existence. He must choose one of two fates: death or redemption. This scene illustrates his decision to join his family and be part of a more joyous existence.
Jack Skellington uses the Scientific Method to answer the question, "What is Christmas?" He borrows science lab equipment then follows the scientific process to figure out what is Christmas. He makes observations of the artifacts he collected from Christmas Land, asks the question, "What is this?", forms a testable hypothesis, makes a prediction, and tests the prediction. He never completes the last step, which is using the results to make new hypotheses or predictions, because of the havoc he caused while testing the prediction.