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"Quest for the Crystal Mickey!" is an episode from the fourth season of Mickey Mouse Clubhouse which aired on Disney Junior on March 8, 2013.

It was released on DVD on May 21, 2013, along with four other Mickey Mouse Clubhouse episodes, "Donald of the Desert", "Donald the Genie", "Goofy's Coconutty Monkey" and "Goofy's Giant Adventure".

Plot

That greedy guy, Plunderin' Pete, has snatched the legendary Crystal Mickey statue from the Clubhouse. What's worse, without the magic of the Crystal Mickey, the Clubhouse starts to sink into the ground, never to be seen again. The pals have to get that statue back, and a nail-biting, high-stakes adventure like this requires an extraordinary hero to lead the way, namely, Kansas City Mickey. With K.C. Mickey in charge, not even Plunderin' Pete's trickiest traps can stop us recovering the Crystal Mickey and getting it back in time to save the Clubhouse.

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Trivia

  • At the end of this episode, Toodles once again joins the gang in the hot dog dance at the end, but decides not to leave with Mickey and the others. He decides to stay in the mouskadoer instead, and his face faded away as the mouse-ka-doer turned over to the outside, and the gang leaves as the club house disappears with him in it like every time on the the old reruns of the series before Toodles had a face.
  • Mickey's nickname, "Kansas City Mickey", might be a reference to Mickey's creator, Walt Disney living in Kansas City.
  • The Title Episode plays the Cave of Crystal Skull, an Indiana Jones movie where the episode is based.

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  • Quest for the Crystal Mickey

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    • awesome! I can't wait to buy this movie in EPCOT next year!
    • um how come in the episode they have crystal mickey in where i THINK is the living room or something but we haven't seen it??? Also why ...