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[[Homer]] falls asleep in front of the steering wheel and [[Maggie]], who is riding with him, wakes him up. Homer is shocked because they almost collided with a truck, and he hugs Maggie, who points to the moon when Homer says she can get whatever she wants. Homer tries to give Maggie other gifts instead, but she is not happy with them. Homer goes to [[Moe's]] and talks about his problem. [[Barney]] tells him that he can buy it from him because he won it from {{ch|Neil Armstrong}} in a dice game. Homer buys it from Barney for a beer. Barney then signs a contract and gives the Moon to Homer so he can give it to Maggie. Maggie gets the paper and hugs it as she looks up at the moon, where she sees Homer's face.
[[Homer]] falls asleep in front of the steering wheel and [[Maggie]], which is in the car wake him. Homer is shocked for they was near to colliding with a truck and he hugs Maggie who points on the moon when Homer says she can get whatever she wants. Homer tries to give Maggie other gifts instead but she is not happy over them. Homer goes to [[Moe's]] and talk about his problems, [[Barney]] tell him then at that he can buy it from him for won it from {{ch|Neil Armstrong}} in a dice game. Homer buys it from Barney for a beer. Barney then writes a paper that he gives the Moon to Homer. The paper says that Barney gives the moon to Homer so he can give it to Maggie. Maggie gets the paper and hugs it and looking the moon where she seeing Homer's face.
 
  
 
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Maggie and the Moon
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Comic Story information
Released: February 2013
Comic series: Bart Simpson Comics
Pages: 6
Written by: Carol Lay


Maggie and the Moon is a Bart Simpson Comics story that appears in Bart Simpson #80.

Synopsis[edit]

"Homer tries to make up to Maggie by offering her the Moon."


Plot[edit]

Homer falls asleep in front of the steering wheel and Maggie, who is riding with him, wakes him up. Homer is shocked because they almost collided with a truck, and he hugs Maggie, who points to the moon when Homer says she can get whatever she wants. Homer tries to give Maggie other gifts instead, but she is not happy with them. Homer goes to Moe's and talks about his problem. Barney tells him that he can buy it from him because he won it from Neil Armstrong in a dice game. Homer buys it from Barney for a beer. Barney then signs a contract and gives the Moon to Homer so he can give it to Maggie. Maggie gets the paper and hugs it as she looks up at the moon, where she sees Homer's face.


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