The penguins arrived in front of a small abandoned warehouse.
“I’ve tracked Dr. Blowhole to this address.” Kowalski stated.
“A bit cliché, don’t you think?” E wondered.
“Men, proceed with caution.” Skipper said “This could easily be a trap.” Skipper, Kowalski, Rico, and Private began to headed out. But, before Skipper left he gave a quick gesture toward E. She now understood that each of the penguins would be going through a different entrance and then procurar for Blowhole or any clues. Skipper and Company would each take a side of the building while E would come through the rooftop via a skylight. From the rooftop, E could also signal each of the penguins that the others were ready. Unfortunately, the south side did not have an entry points. So, Rico would blow through this, and cue the others to spring into action. E glanced down from her vantage point. Everyone was in place; she gave Rico the signal.
The south side of the building exploded violently. Rico and the others entered in battle ready poses. E was still hanging on to the rope above. The warehouse had several large boxes in the background. Most of them were open and empty. The place was not dusty, however, and a tracking device lay on the middle of the floor, highlighted por an angled spotlight. E supposed that they had hurriedly left after the tracking device had been set to locate mode. She also guessed that once the device was picked up or something interrupted the light’s path, a trap would be engaged. At the moment, she was directly above the tracking device. E lowered herself a bit further before leaping off.
“Dandy!” Skipper sarcastically complained. He relaxed his defensive position. “Now they know we are on to them.” E began visually examining the floor. It was made of concrete bricks laid in the standard formation. She began to think to herself.
“What if the spotlight and tracking device were the main trap and there were others hiding in plain sight?” She continued to stare at the floor. One of the brick looked a little out of the ordinary. It was directly in front of Private.
“Wait!” E shouted. Private stepped on the seguinte brick and activated an infrared laser floor scan. It quickly identified the foreign lifeforms and then caught each of them in a different net, instantaneously. Skipper gave Private a look of disgust and Private dropped his and then slapped himself. A screen descended down from the ceiling.
“Pen-gu-ins...” Dr. Blowhole said slowly. He then began to whisper. “Is that really how I’d start a speech?”
“Yes!” a small voice off screen whispered.
“Blowhole.” Skipper replied angrily.
“Yes! It is I Dr. Blowhole!” He answered proudly. “What are thier names again?” Blowhole whispered again. There was a groan off camera. The unseen voice started to whisper, but this time inaudible to the penguins. “Right.” Blowhole answered his accomplice.
“What’s your plan, Blowhole?” E started. She wanted to know exactly what he was doing before she made any attempt to escape.
“I plan on creating a device that will turn its targets into hippies.” Dr. Blowhole laughed evilly.
“Noooo! Hippies...” Skipper began to panic.
“What good what that do?” E asked. She needed him to spill the entire plan.
“I will turn every human on Earth into a hippie. Then, no one will be no one to stop me when I destroy the Association and the penguins’ pitiful HQ.” Dr. Blowhole explained.
“The Association’s agents will survive and take you down!” E angrily answered.
“Not after they see thier trailblazing, topo, início agent die.” Blowhole answered coldly. The floor opened up from under them to reveal a molten lava pit. The transmitter fell in and melted on contact. E’s net began to lower. E smirked.
“I guess you don’t remember everything Blowhole.” E broke the net with the laser on her watch and used a freeze raio, ray on the lava. Rico threw up a chainsaw and used it to cut Private and himself free. E used her laser to release Skipper and Kowalski. Kowalski fell into her flippers. “Perhaps you’ve forgotten Blowhole, but you sprung this exact same trap on me the first time we met.” E explained.
“What?” the voice off-screen yelled. Skipper and E looked at each other. The identity of his accomplice was now obvious. E desperately wanted to taunt Doris but, Skipper’s words were fresh in her mind: “You know how fragile a mad scientist’s sanity is. One chink in thier armor and they blow up the planet.”
“Go to Plan B.” Doris whispered.
“Ah, yes, prepare to die pen-gu-ins!” Dr. Blowhole laughed and hit a red button. E remembered this mover as well. She quickly activated the force-field function on her watch, providing a barrier in-between the penguins and the blast. The warehouse’s planks rained down from the sky like giant raindrops.
“My car!” a civilian shouted. E laughed to herself. She wasn’t sure how his insurance would cover that. But, there was still the matter at hand. Dr. Blowhole was ahead most of this game, but now it was the penguins’ turn.