‘Tis the season to reflect on the past year, especially to determine who has been naughty and who has been nice. Ravenswood is a show filled with homicidal ghosts, untrustworthy neighbors, and blossoming friendship. So, let’s make like Santa Claus and morally judge these fictional television characters’ actions! Hey, it’s all in the spirit of Christmas.

Naughty

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Dillon: Dillon, Dillon, Dillon. You were so close to making the “nice” list this year. Understanding and supportive boyfriend to Olivia, general reader of blueprints. Then, you had to go and reveal that you are working for Team Ghost. We’re not sure if Dillon’s motivations are good or evil, but throwing your morals in with the nefarious spirits of Ravenswood is reason enough to fill your stocking with coal this year.

Raymond Collins: Uncle Ray might be trying to save The Five, but that doesn’t discount his dismal play at uncle-dom when Miranda was alive. After years of not having seen his orphaned niece, Raymond unenthusiastically greeted her and begrudgingly gave she and Caleb a place to stay. Now, he’s stealing locks of her hair without so much as a, “Hello, how are you?” Dude could do with a few lessons in positive communication.

Max: We’re not sure if it’s cheating to put a ghost child on the “naughty” list, but this spirit scares the bejesus out of us. Plus, she tried to kill Caleb in the fall finale. Not cool, Max.

Nice

Caleb: Caleb is the nicest! How else would you describe someone who came to Ravenswood to help his girlfriend, then stayed because of the wayward foster kid he just met. We’re not sure what kinds of shenanigans Caleb pulled in a past life to earn this kind of bad karma (though we’re guessing we might find out in flashback), but he doesn’t deserve any of the mess he’s gotten himself into.

Remy: As far as we can tell, Remy is a kind, thoughtful, clever girl who was the first of the Ravenswooders to really welcome Caleb to the fold. While Luke and Olivia were warily eying the strangers in town, Remy set about helping Caleb figure out what the heck was going on. She may just be our favorite non-Caleb character on the show, and we worry about her constantly.

Olivia and Luke: We’re grouping the Matheson twins into one “nice” bunch because they’ve kind of landed themselves on this list by default of not having done anything particularly bad or good. Sure, Luke kissed Tessa, but the boy is seriously confused (and honest about it). Olivia seems like an excellent resident, girlfriend, and friend. But, all in all, we don’t know enough about these characters’ morals to grant them their own list line. Looks like you guys are going to have to share the presents this year!

Do you agree with our lists? If not, what would you change? Sound off in the comments below!

Catch the winter premiere of Ravenswood on Tuesday, January 7, 2014 at 9 p.m. ET.

Kayti Burt is a contributing writer for Wetpaint Entertainment with a penchant for all things pop culture. Follow her on Twitter and Google+!