(Rachel make noise of disgust and turns the water off)
Rachel: What's wrong with the water?
Harry: What is it?
Rachel: Must be a broken pipe?
(She offers the glass of strange water)
(He smells it)
Harry: Where's the town's water supply?
(In Graham's room)
(Rachel turns the light on)
Rachel: Pooh. Ash. Wake up.
(Ash wakes up)
Ash: Yes, Aunt Rachel?
Rachel: We got the problem.
(Rachel's car drive and Elliot, with the heroes, flies to the water's supply)
(Harry and Rachel come out of the car)
Rachel: It's right up there.
(They walk to it)
(Rachel uses the key to the water's supply and unlocks it)
(They enter it)
Pooh: Ugh! It stinks in here.
Rachel: What's that smell? It smells like sulfur. There.
Harry: Yeah. Sulfur dioxide. I saw the same thing in the Philippines on Mount Pinatubo before she blew. This mountain is a ticking bomb. Come on, let's go.
(The heroes get out of the water's supply)
(When they arrive at the hotel, Harry goes to the room #8 where Paul is asleep and knocks the door)
(Paul wakes up and opens the door to let Harry in)
Harry: I've got that scientific evidence you need.
Paul: Harry, what are you doing here?
(Harry enters the bathroom and turns the water on to prove it with the glass)
Harry: I've just come from the town's water supply. (turns the water off and offers the glass to Paul) It's the same.
Paul: (sniffs the water) Oh, my God.
(In the computer room)
Harry: The quakes are beginning to swarm. Got a 2.4.
Greg: Gas readings are going up, too. It's not good. That is not good.
Nancy: Look at this one.
Paul: (calling on the phone) Sir, is that the best you can do for us? Yes, sir. All right, thanks. I appreciate it. (to Pooh and friends and Harry's friends) The National a Guard can't be here until tomorrow.
Cindy: Can no one help us?
Stan: How much time do you think we've got, Harry?
Harry: Don't know. It's too early to tell.
Paul: Call the mayor. Have her put the town on alert. I'll call the F.A.A.
(Harry begins to call)
Harry: Here we go.