Okay Here's an episode idea to start things off hope you all enjoy it:
'Fern's Detective Agency' When Muffy's new necklace goes missing at school Fern jumps to the case and with no time at all she finds the missing necklace in the lunch hall after seeing how well Fern is being a detective Mr.Haney decides to let Fern open up her own Detective Agency in school and pretty soon she finds herself as a big success. But in a few weeks things start to go slow for the business and Mr.Haney is considering to close it down with that Fern tries to find someone who needs a case to be solved but with no luck and she starts to fear for her business. But when she hears about Sue Ellen's new Egyptian pendant her mom got for her she decides to create a case so she asks Sue Ellen if she could borrow the pendent for a little while for a project feeling reluctant at first since the pendent means alot to her Sue Ellen decides to let Fern borrow it til after school. But while at recess things go horribly wrong as Fern accidently loses the pendent after tripping over a baseball, starting to panic she goes looking for the pendent and notices it hanging from Arthur's bag and just as she was about to get it she starts to think about her Detective Agency business and she decides to keep quite about it and it isn't long until word gets out about Sue Ellen's pendent gone missing. So Fern takes the case and soon enough she deducts Arthur as the culprit with the evidence in his bag leaving everyone aswell as Sue Ellen in shock. Trying to explain himself no one in school believe's him and pretty soon Arthur finds himself in huge trouble leaving Fern with a guilty conscience, as everyone starts to cheer for her on a fantastic job Mr.Haney announces that Fern's Detective Agency will remain open for a long time leaving Fern pleased. But Sue Ellen however notices something isn't right will Fern's business remain open or will Sue Ellen uncover the real story behind all of this!!?
Edited on 12/11/2009 2:46am Edited 2 total times.
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