The Hirsch Phenomenon (part 9)Alex and Dipper followed Mirra out to her trailer. But it was different. Not exactly normal. The bathroom was completely gone, leaving the interior bedroom exposed.
"What the?" Dipper and Alex asked. Mirra was already examining the trailer.
"Yep." Mirra said. "I totally jinxed it." She frowned. "I hope it's not exactly like Eureka." She shuddered.
"Ok, so what is Eureka anyway?" Dipper asked.
"A town. In Oregon. Where weird things happen...A fictional town." Mirra answered.
"Like Gravity Falls!" Alex offered. Mirra ignored him.
"We need to stop this. This can't happen again." Mirra looked down at the floor of the trailer. "A Mr. Adequate bar?" She muttered something unintelligible.
"What was that?" Dipper asked.
"Nothing. Just that a couple people who shouldn't exist have been eating chocolate in my trailer. Also this is getting more like Eureka."
"I don't like any of this. I wish you guys hadn't told me about the show." Dipper said, looking at the ground. "
The Hirsch Phenomenon (part 8)"Ok, let me explain things a little before you make a bad decision that you'll probably regret." Mirra said to Dipper. "This video. It's- it contains information that, yes, will help you solve this mystery. But this information is an inconvenient truth."
"Wait, do you even have a video of just Made Me Realize on your computer?" Alex asked.
"Continue trying convincing me that I shouldn't watch this video." Dipper said impatiently.
"Ok. Basically, this video might change your life. I almost guarantee that you will regret watching it afterwards, wish that you didn't know. Curiosity is human, though. I've fallen for similar traps. Just, please, don't blame me for what happens next if you watch it. Don't blame Alex either. We were originally planing this for a worst case scenario."
"I heard." Dipper muttered. Mirra opened the computer, hesitating for a second as she looked at Alex.
"I'm sorry." Mirra said. "For both of you." She handed Dipper the waiver. "Sign it."
The Hirsch Phenomenon (part 7)"Soo." Mirra started. "Mabel, how about you bake some cupcakes and make sure Soos and Stan don't come back to the room while me, Alex and Dipper are talking."
"Why can't I talk with you guys?" Mabel asked.
"Because we're going to talk about scientificy boring things and we might get in an argument." Mirra answered. Mabel nodded and left the room.
"That was easier than I expected." Mirra muttered once Mabel was gone. "Hang on, guys, I'll be back in a sec." She ran off. A few minutes later she came back with a laptop and several cans of Pitt soda. She looked a little awkward carrying it all, but she didn't seem to mind. She set them on the table.
"Dipper, can you let me and Alex talk about something privately for a second?" Mirra asked, turning on the laptop. Dipper didn't look too pleased, but he left the room anyway.
"Ok, so this is like a worst scenario thing. IF we have to show them, we need to have a plan."
"You're saying that if they need to know or want to know, we're just gonna g