Ruby and the Ruby is a play in Club Penguin. It is a mystery story about a 'stolen' ruby. It is unique in the way that it has a hidden background, a hidden pin (which you can get by following the clues in the Script) and a secret playbill in the Penguin Times (which you can see if you click the right things).
The Stage during the play
Private detective Jacques Hammer has a nose for sniffing out trouble. One night, in the middle of terrible thunderstrom, the fiery Ms. Ruby turns up in his office with a problem. There's a missing gemstone, and Jacques is the man to find it. As he's looking around for clues, a fishy looking character turns up outside. Maybe he's got answers for Jacques...
||Jacques Hammer is a detective. He is approached by Ms. Ruby, who asks him to find her lost ruby. His name is a pun on Jackhammer.
||Detective's Coat, Gray Fedora, and Magnifying Glass
||The fiery Ms. Ruby has a problem; she's lost her precious gemstone. On a stormy night, she consults Detective Hammer, in hopes that she and her ruby can be reunited.
||Dazzle Dress, Pearl Necklace, and The Movie Star
||Tenor is interviewed by Jacques Hammer. It is revealed that he likes to play Hopscotch; he has his own Hopscotch "gang". Also, Ruby suspects that he is the one who stole her ruby. His name is based on a type of male singing voice.
||Blue Zoot Suit, Blue Felt Hat, Skinny Blue Tie, and Zoot Shoes
||Dom is the polite doorman.
||Doorman's Cap and Doorman's Jacket
- Hammer: I was working late. A terrible storm was raging.
- Ruby: You've got to help me!
- Hammer: What's the problem madam?
- Ruby: Someone has stolen my gemstone!
- Hammer: Jacque Hammer at your service.
- Ruby: Let's work together.
- Hammer: I work alone, Ms. Ruby.
- Ruby: There was this fishy-looking guy outside.
- Hammer: And you suspect him?
- Ruby: I saw him throw something in the bin.
- Hammer: The name's Hammer - Jacque Hammer.
- Hammer: I've got a few questions for you.
- Tenor: Mind if I play hopscotch while you ask them?
- Hammer: What were you doing yesterday?
- Tenor: I was right here with my hopscotch gang.
- Hammer: I bet you've hopscotched away a few gems, right?
- Tenor: You're barking up the wrong tree, Hammer.
- Hammer: There was nothing in the bin. I needed clues.
- Dom: Hello Mr. Hammer. It's good to see you, sir.
- Hammer: Seen anything suspicious, Dom?
- Dom: Sorry, Mr. Hammer, sir, I haven't.
- Hammer: Where's Ms. Ruby?
- Dom: She's arranging the flowers across the hall, sir.
- Hammer: That lady's trouble. I need to speak to her...
- Dom: Don't forget to sign the guestbook, sir.
- Hammer: Anything else you can tell me, madam?
- Ruby: Haven't you found it yet? I'm busy.
- (Ruby exits)
- Hammer: I found a note under a vase.
- Hammer: The numbers looked like a combination.
- Hammer: Here's your gem, Ms. Ruby. It was safe all along.
- Ruby: Oh, jolly well done, Hammer.
- Hammer: Another day, another crime solved.
- Scene 1. And, action!
- Scene 2, from the top!
- Scene 3, places please.
- Scene 4. Let's see some effort here.
- Ready for Scene 5?
- Let's take it from the top.
- Can we have some quiet please?
- Two minute call, actors and actresses to the stage.
- Due to a glitch, it temporarily played Quest for the Golden Puffle music in June 2010.
- This play is shown in Star Reporter, as it was the play going on when the book was released.
- When this play is at the Stage, there aren't any seats.
|September 12, 2008
||October 10, 2008
|July 10, 2009
||August 20, 2009
|June 11, 2010
||July 22, 2010
|December 28, 2010
||January 27, 2011
|April 25, 2012
||May 16, 2012
|October 31, 2012
||November 14, 2012
|August 14, 2013
||September 11, 2013
|September 3, 2014
||September 17, 2014
Names in Other Languages
|| Ruby e o Rubi
|| Ruby et le Rubis
|| Ruby y el Rubí
|| Ruby und der Rubin