The Hirsch Phenomenon (part 22)Mirra opened the door. It was Alex. Fourest breathed a sigh of relief when he saw that Dipper wasn't around. Mirra frowned at Alex, still holding Fourest by his vest.
"I'm just gonna return that question." Alex said, looking through the door at Fourest. Mirra sighed.
"Alex, this is Fourest, one of my roommates." She shot a glance between them.
"Wait, so you share your trailer with the clones?" He asked. "3 and 4?" Fourest started struggling again.
"We have names, you know." Fourest muttered.
"Could you give me a second?" Mirra asked Alex before shoving Fourest in the bathroom and locking the door.
"What was that about?"
"Nothing. He was being a snoop. And a chicken." She looked at Alex with a somewhat puzzled look. "Anyway, what? Why did you come over here?" She and Alex walked inside.
"Stan came back. I feel really awkward around him and Soos since I voice them. It just feels really unnatural."
"Yeah, I can see that." She looked down. "Sorry about all this.
The Hirsch Phenomenon (part 21)"Anyway, back on track." Mirra said apologetically. "It will take a little bit longer now that the keystone needs to charge again, but hey, it could probably be worse."
"Don't jinx it." Dipper muttered. Mabel was once again distracted, this time with Waddles, who had just started eating the rest of the cupcakes on the kitchen table.
They watched her yell at Waddles as she left the room.
Alex muttered something under his breath.
"What was that?" Mirra asked.
"That...what just happened felt weird. That whole thing with Entropy and the argument we just had." Alex replied.
"Did something like that happen in the dream you had?"
"No, but it felt like I wasn't in control...like something was telling me what to say before I said it." He said.
Mirra stopped and looked at Alex. Dipper looked like he was about to say something but didn't.
"I felt that way too." Mirra muttered. She muttered something else intangible afterwards, but Alex didn't ask what. "Entropy would say that we were