This is totally relevant. Fast-forward to two minutes and bear with me here. Once a wise man said to me that like God, moe is unknowable, and I guess that's why a chick who stares wide-eyed into a camera can become an e-celebrity. I just see an unusually focused stare, you know, and get a weird living-doll vibe, but obviously somebody out there in the rest of the world is seeing something transcendent. Like The Glow.
This video was shown to me a couple of days ago, and I realized I do see something moe here. It's teeth. Look at how Magibon covers her mouth. Then catch a couple of glimpses of her teeth. See? This girl's teeth are the clearly bane of her existence, her fatal flaw. It makes so much sense!
If you want to do a moe character right, you have to put something like that in there. If you're feeling lazy you can just make it so that they die at the end, but you can always make her a ghost, or uncomfortable with her body, or terminally ill, or be upsettingly clingy due to a lack of self-esteem and a fear of abandonment, or biologically incapable of existing in the same universe as the protagonist, or maybe her android expiration date is in a couple of years or something. Something about love or something about death. Or you can combine factors like they did in Welcome to the NHK. As such, I do honorably pronounce that bad teeth are a little moe. Jeez, this is all so negative. Is moe so condescending?
Anyway, according to the comments, this show fixed her teeth so it's right on back to non-moe, far as I'm concerned. Even moe is fleeting!