These are what we call the 'YMMV items.' Things that some people find in this work. We call them 'your mileage might vary' because not everyone sees these things in the same way. This starts discussions in the trope lists, a thing we don't want. Please use the discussion page if you'd like to discuss any of these items.
Officer: I pulled you over for riding a — riding a — what's that thing?
Jingle: This is Vixen.
Officer: Riding a Vixen the wrong way down a one-way street.
Adaptation Displacement: Not many people are aware of the original poem that the special is based on (and the fact that the Miser Brothers weren't in the original poem).
Anticlimax Boss: Mother Nature is hyped up to be a dangerous, hot-headed woman, whom even her vicious children fear. The main characters are nervous but bravely go to confront her... only to have a charming friendly lunch with her and have all of their problems peacefully solved without any hesitation from Mother Nature.
Pretty much every time the Miser Brothers bicker with each other.
Crowning Moment of Heartwarming / Tear Jerker: The "Blue Christmas" sequence, anyone? Seeing all the children of the world banding together to tell Santa that they love him and cannot fathom Christmas without him simply had to melt a few hearts.
A Miser Brothers Christmas has Snow Miser and Heat Miser finally getting along and succeeding in saving Christmas. To hammer the point home, we even see Snow Miser deliver a present to a kid who lives in a warm climate, Heat Miser deliver a present to a kid who lives in an icy climate, and then the brothers give a present to one another. They also reprise each other's songs once they decide to end their feud!
Fanon Discontinuity: Many prefer to forget about the live-action remake that aired on NBC in 2006.
Ho Yay: The Heat and Snow Misers get some in A Miser Brothers' Christmas.
Just Here for Godzilla: After seeing it the first time, the real reason you'll see it again is because of the Miser brothers.
One-Scene Wonder: Okay, so they've got slightly larger parts. The one thing people remember from this special is the Miser Brothers, in no small part because of those SONGS. Half this page is devoted to the guys, even.
Unfortunate Implications: Somewhat stronger than mere implications: despite just finishing an entire musical number about the idea, Mrs. Claus abandons her initial plan to substitute for Santa simply because Jingle and Jangle recognized her — when she wasn't wearing anything that counted as a disguise. She then hands over almost all plot advancement to male characters — at least until it comes time to talk to Mother Nature.