The Secret of the Cut Stone Pt. 1
Make Lisa Look for Clues
The Secret of the Cut Stone Pt. 2
Reach Level 12 Build the Springfield Library
Make Lisa Research the Symbol
The Secret of the Cut Stone Pt. 3
Reach Level 12 and Build Bart's Tree House
Bart Steal Stonecutter Documents
Make Lisa Steal Stonecutter Documents
The Secret of the Cut Stone Pt. 4
Make Lisa Deduce the Stonecutter Plot
Make Bart "Help" Lisa
The Secret of the Cut Stone Pt. 5
Make Bart Spy on Lisa
The Secret of the Cut Stone Pt. 6
Make Bart Sabotage Lisa's Plan
The Secret of the Cut Stone Pt. 7
Make Bart Plot Revenge on Stonecutters
The Secret of the Cut Stone Pt. 8
Make Bart Share Plans with Lisa
The Secret of the Cut Stone Pt. 9
Make Women and Children Vote Against Stonecutter Law (x20)
The Secret of the Cut Stone Pt. 10
"Dad? What have you been up to lately?"
"Well, I certainly haven't been helping a madman brainwash the world, if that's what you're insinuating."
"Hmm, the townspeople have been acting very strange lately. This looks like a job for Lisa Simpson, Meddling Kid!"
"This is interesting: some sort of… stone. Its edges are straight as if it had been… cut." "And there's something etched onto the surface. I've seen this symbol before, but where?"
"Lisa? You know you're talking to yourself, right?"
"Yes, I'm figuring out a mystery!"
"OOh, that's fine then. The doctor says as long as you KNOW there's no one there, you're still considered normal."
"I need to find out more about this symbol. This calls for a trip to the library." "And while I'm there, I'll see if they got that new translation of War and Peace. I mean, a girl's got to have some fun!"
"Strange. This symbol pops up at turning points in American History." "Here it is at a pilgrim settlement." "Here it is at the Battle Of Gettysburg." "Here it is when that Real Housewife, Nene, got cast on an actual TV show and--" *gasp* "Dad?! What are you doing in the library?!"
"Uh... I'm certainly not reading this giant book about witchcraft and Masonic Lodges!" "I'll just put this back on the bottom shelf…"
"Dad! When you bend over, your pants slide down and the whole library can see your butt cr--" "OH MY GOD!" "Your birthmark! It's the symbol!"
"I call it my Stonecutter mark."
"The Stonecutters! Of course! Now I just have to figure out--" "Dad, please! Pull your pants up and your shirt down."
"Aw, you sound just like your mother."
"Bart, I need you to break into the Stonecutter Lodge. It's illegal and Mom and Dad can't know about it."
"You had me at “it's illegal."
"Great. We'll do it after Mom and Dad fall asleep."
"You're coming? This better not be one of those things that's supposed to make us “bond” as brother and sister."
"No! I swear this is just about committing a crime!" "Although, I can't guarantee that I won't feel closer to you after it's all done."
"If you do, keep it to yourself."
"Good, we've photographed all their secret files. Let's get out of here."
"Right after I finish this sandwich…"
"No! That's just stealing! We're not going to—Ooh, is that Portobello mushrooms and hummus?" "Well, seeing as how we've already broken and entered… Gimme that!"
"Okay, we've completed our little caper, now comes the fun part: Reading through the documents and analyzing the data!"
"Yes. That does sound fun." "I'll read in my room. With the sound of a very loud video game to cover the noise of all my, you know, analyzing."
"Bart! I've figured it out. The leader of The Stonecutters is keeping all the people of Springfield distracted with inane tasks!"
"Huh? Sorry, I wasn't listening -- I was Paintballing in the Brown House."
"Well, while you and everyone else are pre-occupied, Number 1 is going to pass a law that gives control of Springfield to The Stonecutters!"
"Holy cats! We saved the town! High-five, Sister! Dang! We are so good at figuring out crap!"
"WE? All you did was shoot Nerf darts at my door and sent me videos of yourself farting. I'm taking the credit for this one!"
"I'll show Lisa she can't take all the credit just ‘cause she did all the work." "Hey, Number 1! I'm the son of a Stonecutter. Doesn't that automatically make me a Stonecutter, too?"
"Listen, little boy, the rules have become somewhat fluid since the dawning of the magic purple crayon." "And soon, I alone will decide who is “automatically” anything."
"Not after my sister tells the town about your stupid law-changing plan!"
"She knows about that?" "Find out what else your sister knows. After all, you are automatically one of us, right, Lil Stonecutter?"
"Number 1, Lisa is planning a big rally! She's made a bunch of Anti-Stonecutters signs!"
"Pfft. A semi-satanic lodge with absolute power can't be taken down by hand-drawn signs!"
"They're not hand-drawn. She printed them on her computer and glued them to really sturdy cardboard."
"Oh. Okay, those you're going to have to destroy. They sound like they would really “pop.”"
"I don't know. That seems kind of mean."
"Come now, Bart, have you any idea the benefits of powerful friends?" "You could trade in Milhouse for a sidekick who is every bit as subservient but less asthmatic and not afraid of birds."
"It's like you overheard my birthday wish."
"Bart! What are you doing? Why are you throwing paint-filled water-balloons at my signs?"
"I didn't enjoy doing this, Lisa…" "Well, the ones I threw from the roof did look pretty cool when they exploded." "But I had to betray you in order to achieve a higher goal..." "Betraying Milhouse."
"I did what you wanted. Now give me my Stonecutter outfit and new sidekick."
"Yes, yes, you'll receive all membership materials when you turn 21 and are able to actually be in the lodge."
"No fair! It'll take forever just to turn 11. I'm never going to turn 21!"
"A lodge is no place for a child. We serve alcohol and occasionally our servers dance out of their blouses."
"Fine. I'll see myself out." "Through your secret archives!"
"That's the long way out, but suit yourself."
"What do you want, Bart? Are you here to paint-balloon my saxophone?"
"I'm here to apologize. And to give you information to help you take down The Stonecutters."
"I'm not sure I accept your apology." "But I will accept your information. What'cha got?"
"The Stonecutters don't allow women and children to join…"
"…so all we have to do is get women and children to vote against the Stonecutter law! That's brilliant!"
"I was going to say we build an “adult-man-killing”-robot. But your idea sounds less messy... and more possible."
"Unfortunately, there aren't many women and children in Springfield since the explosion. And most of them are Premium characters."
"No worries. We have plenty of disguises. All the women and kids can vote a bunch of times!"
"That's one of those ideas that is so stupid it just might work."
"I get those a lot!"
"The proposition has failed by a landslide!"
"What?! But then all our plans have been thwarted!!!!" "We have underestimated the political influence of child-sized pirates and the bearded women who wipe their faces."
"We managed to keep those power-hungry wolves at bay." "But how can we remain vigilant when we're constantly distracted by texts, celebrity nip slips and electronic candy?"
In Game Message
Perhaps, for a few minutes a day, you should take a break from your devices. Just to make sure you're not being controlled by a secret organization.
"Please ignore the previous message. Everything is fine. Never stop playing. Here are some donuts to squelch any doubt."