Charlie is the security guard at the lab, and has a story to tell about George. Concerned over the safety of the children, George’s wife hounds him into seeing if Charlie can help remove the hazard outside their door. Does the security guard have any pull? His boss thinks it’s a joke. A lab mouse, who’s concerned over a trap?
The boss, Mr Adams is surprised to discover the talking mouse isn’t a trick, or a ventriloquist act. The mouse explains about the generations of testing and exposure to atomic rays that resulted in his mutation, and ability to speak. Now, what about that trap? The problem gets boosted further up the chain of command.
The next step? A top level security conference in Washington. Charlie fills us in on the details that finds George reporting that thousands of English speaking mice are living in the labs. What will it take to get that trap removed? Are these American mice? Can they be trusted, or will immigration need to be called?
Fearing a breech of national security, the Pentagon is brought in to deal with the mouse situation. What will it take to exterminate the critters? The H-bomb? The Secret Service? The FBI? The damage is more widespread than first thought. The mouse uprising has severed communication ties across the nation, causing panic among the humans. Has George made his point?