Chapter 6: All the Muppets changed channels only for a moment to see a portion of the Pentagon on fire with firefighters all around to control the blaze. At the Muppet Theater: Kermit: I can't believe how these planes keep crashing. Red: You were right. These are really bad people. Leon: Man. Why were they going for the U.S. capital? Gonzo: Beats me. Maybe for some kind of revenge against our country. Vicki: But what have we done to them? Scooter: I wish I knew. Rowlf: Now it's only a matter of time before one more plane may crash. Miss Piggy: Oh, don't say that! Fozzie: I really hope that doesn't happen. At Hooper's Store: Biff: Well, it's official. This country is under attack. Kingston: You heard the president, right? He said that the country will do anything to stop this from happening again. Ernie: Couldn't anything be done before now? Bert: What could've been done, Ernie? There wasn't any attack as serious as this. Roxie: Do you think things will get even worse from here? Biff: It wouldn't surprise me if the towers of the World Trade Center collapsed minutes from now. At Frogtown Hollow: Will: This country is under attack, no doubt about it. Emmet: Why was Washington D.C. a target? Harvey: Who knows? Wendell: Do you think it's revenge against us? Charlie: What could we have done to make them do this? Ma: I don't know. I wonder what has happened to the other plane that was hijacked. Emmet: I don't think I want to know, Ma. Charlie: What will happen to the World Trade Center in New York? Harvey: They're probably going to fall down any minute now. Wendell: I hope people get out of those towers in time. Ma: Me, too. At the meadow: Bean: I can't believe another plane has crashed. Twitch: Do you think that the other plane will end up crashing? Lugsy: I really hate to say this, but probably. Snort: What can we do? Father Bunny: There's not a lot we can do. Be-bop: But what about all those people that may be still in the buildings? Babble: I hope they get out. Those towers could fall any minute now. Mother Bunny: Me, too. Right now, we just need to hope for the best.