Jennings and Mitzi Osborne's Little Rock home won't be as bright this year -- and that's just the way the neighbors want it. The Supreme Court refused the Arkansas couple permission to turn on a massive, 3.2 million-bulb Christmas light display in their yard. Neighbors had sued to shut down the lights, complaining that traffic drawn to the spectacle had made them virtual prisoners in their own homes. The Osbornes had claimed that limiting their display would infringe on their freedom to celebrate the birth of Christ. The Court found nothing in the Osborne's religion mandating the use of Christmas lights to glorify Christ.