We found two
dead squirrels, Mom. – That’s what this fuss was all about ?
– Don’t touch them. Must be some sort of
squirrel epidemic. Oh, God. They’re dropping like that
all over the mountain. Come on. Let’s go. Phew. It stinks.
l don’t know if l wanna go in. lt smells like your room.
You go in there. Hey, Grandma.
Somebody left their clothes here. Sometimes couples
sneak up here for a hot dip. – And some hot nooky.
– Ruth, for God’s sake. Lauren, move.
Lauren, get out of the way. Watch me, Mom. Graham, no, no !
No, no, no ! No. Stop. Stop. [ Screaming ] Don’t look, pal. Paul, l think we should
monitor the entire area. Get the whole shooting match
in here. l don’t know, but the acidity
in the lake is high enough to bother me. There’s enough carbon dioxide
coming out of the soil to start
killing trees and wildlife– Paul. Paul, you sent me
up here to check. l’m doing that. l think attention
should be paid. All right.
l’ll call you.