Scrooge notices a man appear from the distance, the face of the man looks familiar. He realizes this must be Fezziwig. Scrooge yells to his old friend,"Fezziwig!", but soon is told that it was not his kind friend.
The second spirit informs Scrooge,what is to be done. They walk to Scrooge's clerks house, Bob Cratchit. In the house Mr. and Mrs. Cratchit are having a conversation.
Bob and his dearest wife chatter over the topic of their son. Bob tells his wife how wonderful their son, Timmy, behaved at church.
The two parents sit down to feast, but before the meal Mr. Cratchit thanks the meal to Mr. Scrooge. His wife doesn't think highly of Scrooge and disagrees to the kindness her husband is showing, but soon thanks Mr.Scrooge as well.
Bob offers a song for happiness, so he calls on his son Tim to sing them a song. He wakes his son from his light snooze and asks him to sing. As Tim starts to sing , Scrooge throws his hands up and says,"I...I have seen enough."
The second spirit then notifies Mr. Scrooge on just how ill Tiny Tim is, the spirit also imitates a remark Scrooge had mad earlier on poor people. The spirit then tells Scrooge that the place to be happy is at his nephews, and tells him another spirit is to come.