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[[Moe]] is babysitting [[Maggie]], and they go for a walk. As they pass the museum, Maggie sees someone break through a window but Moe misinterprets Maggie's signals, so they go in as visitors. Inside, an announcement comes over the PA system that someone has stolen the museum's giant zirconia. The security system seals the visitors until the police arrive. Maggie and Moe dress up as detectives and begin to interrogate the visitors. First Moe accuses [[Grandma Van Houten]] of stealing it, but [[Molloy]] says that she does not have the skill, and he says that they must be sharper than him because he has already stolen it once. Moe realizes that this leaves only one logical perpetrator, and accuses Grandma Van Houten again. Snake then asks Moe to stop accusing that old lady of something she didn't do, and says that it would make more sense to accuse the guy with a criminal record who stole a comb from the pharaoh's tomb. Moe regrets and says that he should have accused him. Snake tells Moe that he has not stolen it, because it would totally clash with the decor of his hideout. Maggie points to the culprit, but Moe misunderstands and accuses Grandma Van Houten again. [[Mr. Burns]] asks Moe to leave the woman alone and says that he and [[Dr. Colossus]] spent the entire time in the exhibit talking about stealing it. Dr. Colossus says that it is not him because he came to the wrong museum; he needs the giant ruby​ in the Shelbyville Museum to power his death laser.
[[Moe]] is babysitting [[Maggie]], and they go to walk. They pass the museum. Maggie sees someone break through a window the museum but Moe misinterpret Maggie signals to him so they go in as a visitor. When they're in there, the alarm announcing that someone had stolen the museum's giant zirconia. The security system sealed the visitor until the police arrive. Maggie and Moe dressing them to dectives and begin to interrogate the visitors. First accuses Moe, [[Grandma Van Houten]] to steal it, but [[Molloy]] tell that she does not have the skill, and he says that they must be a sharper chap but not he for he has already stolen it once. Moe realizes that that leaves only one logical perpetrator and accuse again Grandma Van Houten. Snake then asks Moe to lay off of accusing that old lady for nothing, and tell it would make more sense to accuse the guy with a criminal record and the stolen comb from the pharoh's tomb. Moe regrets and says that he should accused him. Snake tell to Moe that he has not stolen it, it would totally clash with the decor of his hide-out. Maggie points to the person that is guilty, but Moe misunderstand and accused Grandma Van Houten again. [[Mr. Burns]] ask Moe to leave the woman alone and says that [[Dr. Colossus]] and he spent the entire time in the exhibit talking about stealing it. Dr. Colossus tell that it is not him for he came to the wrong museum, he need the giant ruby​that's in the Shelbyville Museum to power his death laser.
 
  
Mr. Burns tell that he been trying to steal that monstrous bauble since this morning, but it's just to heavy for he to lift with his withered appendages. Moe gives up, he does not figure out who had stole it, Maggie fumes Moe and points again the culprit. This time sees Moe at is a bird that has stolen it. [[Clancy Wiggum]] thanks Moe and tell to him at that bird going to get twenty years and eligible for parole in ten. While they laugh that the bird is now a jailbird leaves Snake, Mr. Burns, Dr. Colossus, Molloy and Grandma Van Houten the museum with a object each.
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Mr. Burns says that he has been trying to steal that monstrous bauble since this morning, but it's just too heavy for him to lift with his withered appendages. Moe gives up and does not figure out who has stolen it, but Maggie points to the culprit again. This time Moe sees that it is a bird that has stolen it. [[Clancy Wiggum]] thanks Moe and tells him that the bird will get twenty years and is eligible for parole in ten. While they laugh at the fact that the bird is now a jailbird, Snake, Mr. Burns, Dr. Colossus, Molloy and Grandma Van Houten leave the museum, with each one having stolen something.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 19:11, March 26, 2020

The Maggie & Moe Mysteries!: M is for Zirconia!
M is for Zirconia!.png
Comic Story information
Released: January 2006
Comic series: Simpsons Comics
Pages: 8
Written by: Tony DiGerolamo


The Maggie & Moe Mysteries!: M is for Zirconia! is a Simpsons Comics story featured in Simpsons Comics #114.

Plot[edit]

Moe is babysitting Maggie, and they go for a walk. As they pass the museum, Maggie sees someone break through a window but Moe misinterprets Maggie's signals, so they go in as visitors. Inside, an announcement comes over the PA system that someone has stolen the museum's giant zirconia. The security system seals the visitors until the police arrive. Maggie and Moe dress up as detectives and begin to interrogate the visitors. First Moe accuses Grandma Van Houten of stealing it, but Molloy says that she does not have the skill, and he says that they must be sharper than him because he has already stolen it once. Moe realizes that this leaves only one logical perpetrator, and accuses Grandma Van Houten again. Snake then asks Moe to stop accusing that old lady of something she didn't do, and says that it would make more sense to accuse the guy with a criminal record who stole a comb from the pharaoh's tomb. Moe regrets and says that he should have accused him. Snake tells Moe that he has not stolen it, because it would totally clash with the decor of his hideout. Maggie points to the culprit, but Moe misunderstands and accuses Grandma Van Houten again. Mr. Burns asks Moe to leave the woman alone and says that he and Dr. Colossus spent the entire time in the exhibit talking about stealing it. Dr. Colossus says that it is not him because he came to the wrong museum; he needs the giant ruby​ in the Shelbyville Museum to power his death laser.

Mr. Burns says that he has been trying to steal that monstrous bauble since this morning, but it's just too heavy for him to lift with his withered appendages. Moe gives up and does not figure out who has stolen it, but Maggie points to the culprit again. This time Moe sees that it is a bird that has stolen it. Clancy Wiggum thanks Moe and tells him that the bird will get twenty years and is eligible for parole in ten. While they laugh at the fact that the bird is now a jailbird, Snake, Mr. Burns, Dr. Colossus, Molloy and Grandma Van Houten leave the museum, with each one having stolen something.

Reprints[edit]

Comic issue Release date Country
Simpsons Comics #129 February 15, 2007 800px-Flag of the United Kingdom.svg.png
The Best of The Simpsons #66 November 10, 2011 800px-Flag of the United Kingdom.svg.png
Simpsons Illustrated #8 October 2013 Flag of the United States.png
Simpsons Comics Chaos February 2, 2016 Flag of the United States.png


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