arrives in Canada during the gold rush.
sees this in the saucer and tells T-Shirt to pull his finger out and
help her, but he is sitting under a sun lamp topping up his tan. She
zaps his lamp and this makes T-Shirt annoyed. T-Bag leaves the room
and T-Shirt looks in the saucer.
McMoose is trashing a log cabin and rushes into the back room when
the owner, Maggie McDougal, comes in. She sees the mess and grabs
a poker from the fireplace. She calls out to see who is there and
he comes out and demands to know where the gold that her father dug
up is. Maggie tells him to get lost because he allowed her father
to work himself into an early grave whilst he sat back and watched,
despite being his partner.
sees all this in the saucer and decides to go and investigate because
where there is gold, there may be a gold ring. He disguises himself
as a lumberjack. Grizzly demands that Maggie has the gold ready for
him when he returns and then storms out of the cabin and knocks T-Shirt
out of the way. T-Shirt falls backwards and knocks his head on part
of the cabin. Maggie brings him into the cabin and finds out that
the bump on his head has made him lose his memory. Maggie surmises
from his clothes that he is a lumberjack and she calls him Jack.
bursts in and demands the gold. Maggie doesn't have the gold, but
Grizzly doesn't believe her and gives her 10 seconds to tell him before
he shoots her with a shotgun. He starts counting, but it is soon obvious
that he can't count. T-Shirt seizes his chance and hits him over the
head with a frying pan, knocking him unconcious.
sees what has been going on in the saucer and makes the same link
as T-Shirt between the gold and the possibility of there being a ring
there. She is impressed and goes to tell T-Shirt how impressed she
and T-Shirt put Grizzly out in the snow. Maggie then says that she
had better start cleaning up the mess. T-Shirt offers to help. Maggie
tells him to do the front room whilst she does out the back. While
she is away, T-Bag appears to congratulate T-Shirt on his plan, but
T-Shirt thinks that she is a hallucination. She goes back to the T-Room.
is then a knock at the door and T-Shirt thinks that it is Grizzly.
He shouts out a warning to him that he will bash him with the pan
again if he doesn't go away, but the voice that calls back is Polly
and she isn't impressed that T-Shirt is there. T-Shirt explains that
he is a lumberjack called Jack, and Polly is very suspicious. Maggie
comes in and tells T-Shirt to put the kettle on. Polly takes Maggie
to one side and tells her that T-Shirt is just out to rob her, but
Maggie is reluctant to believe this because he saved her life.
then goes on to explain the quest to Maggie. She gets out a ring from
her back to show her, but it falls to the floor and rolls to T-Shirt.
T-Shirt picks it up and gives it back to Polly. T-Bag sees this and
flies into a rage. She magics him back to the T-Room and asks him
what is going on. She calls him a potato head.
at the cabin, Maggie is explaining to Polly that she has no gold.
She tells her that all her father left her was a locket with the numbers
13, 15, 21, 19, and 5 engraved on it. Meanwhile, Grizzly has regained
consciousness and starts listening at the door. Polly decides that
the numbers must be a clue to where the gold is hidden.
is still doing the lumberjack thing back at the T-Room and it is driving
T-Bag mad. She decides that if he won't help her, then she will go
and get Grizzly to help.
has climbed up to the roof and is listening to what Polly is saying.
Polly decides that the numbers are coding for letters of the alphabet
(A is 1, B is 2, etc.). Grizzly hears this and gets excited. T-Bag
appears behind him and orders him to get down the chimney and grab
the locket. He whinges because there is a fire, so T-Bag zaps it away.
Maggie and Polly notice this, they think that it is a bit odd that
the logs have burned so quickly, but they go out to get some more.
Maggie leaves the locket on the mantlepiece. T-Bag shoves Grizzly
down the chimney and he lands in a heap in the fireplace. He grabs
the locket of the mantlepiece and goes back up the chimney. Maggie
and Polly arrive and are dismayed to find that they have had a sootfall.
They decide to clear it up.
decides that he should figure out the clue because he risked life
and limb to get the locket. T-Bag is not convinced that he is best
qualified to do this ("You couldn't figure out a one piece jigsaw!").
She is proved right because Grizzly can't count.
and Maggie discover that the locket has vanished. Grizzly has finished
solving the clue. It spell out "Moose". T-Bag is really
excited because there is a moose head in the cabin. She tells Grizlly
to have a sit down because he has worked hard enough. When he does,
she shoves him off the roof and he lands in an icy water barrel in
the porch of the cabin.
and Maggie desperately try to remember the numbers, but they can't.
T-Bag appears and gloats at them before stealing the moose head and
going back to the T-Room.
in the T-Room, T-Shirt stares on in amazement at T-Bag frantically
ripping the stuffing out of the Moose head. She gets sick of doing
this and thrusts the head into T-Shirts hands, knocking him off balance
and making him bash his head against one of the pilars in the T-Room.
His memory returns. T-Bag explains the clue on the locket to him and
he looks at it and solves it instantly. It spells "Mouse".
T-Bag is shocked and they go straight to the cabin disguised as mounties.
come across Grizzly in the water butt, and he asks them to help him
out of the barrel. T-Bag empties a bucket of water over his head.
T-Shirt hammers on the door of the cabin and Maggie is glad to see
them and she asks them to come in so she can report the robbery. Whilst
Maggie is relating the story, they start rummaging through the cabin
looking for a mouse. T-Shirt spots a mouse hole, so T-Bag dives on
it and shoves her hand in after a triumphant speech and gets her hand
caught in a mouse trap. They go back to the T-Room. Polly grabs a
poker and hooks out a little pouch full of gold and the gold ring.
Maggie gives her the ring.