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  • It was definitely an interesting plot with quite a few funny moments (including efforts to keep Marge from noticing Maggie and Lisa are both gone)

    • by Steve
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      I watched a total of two Simpsons episodes last night and have to say the one entitled “Gone Maggie Gone” was a classic one. A couple of things set up the plot of this episode.

      Marge stares at an eclipse and temporarily loses her eyesight.

      While she is unable to do housework, the house becomes overrun with


      rats (leading to a great spoof of the movie Rattatouie, with Homer being controlled by a rat and making a great dinner) so Homer goes to the store to buy rat poison.

      However, he took Maggie and the dog with him.

      Since the poison looks like candy, Maggie wants it.

      And, at the same time, the dog ...


      • wants her bunny.

        So, Homer, having to cross a river with the three of them, leaves Maggie on the other side temporarily; only to have her taken into a convent.

        The rest of the movie is a spoof of the Davinci code, with Lisa infiltrating the convent in an effort to find Maggie only to learn of

        a sacred gem that will bring peace to Springfield.

        To find her sister (who turns out to be the gem) she has to go through a series of clues.

        It was definitely an interesting plot with quite a few funny moments (including efforts to keep Marge from noticing Maggie and Lisa are both gone).

        I would definitely recommend watching this.




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