Girl: Daddy, where are we going?
Jackson: Going to a relly special place I know. Actually, it's a place where your mom and I used to hang out a lot.
Boy: I don't want to know where you and mom had sex. I'm not ready for that, Jackson.
Jackson: Stop calling me that, it's creeping me out. What's wrong with "Dad"?
Girl: Daddy, look at this.
Jackson: That wasn't here before. What did I do? Go get your hat.
Boy: Can't you see the signs?
Jackson: There used to be a lake here.
Girl: Doesn't look much of a lake to me.
Jackson: I know. The whole damn thing's gone. Come on, let's check it out.
Charlie: Subjects have now entered hot zone.
Girl: What is that?
Jackson: It's the U.S. Army.
Charlie: All manner of government vehicle are converging on subjects.
Soldier: You're in a restricted area, sir. We need you and your family to come with us.
Jackson: Right. Okay, we're gonna go with these guys. That'll be fun, huh?
Charlie: This is wild. This is really wild.
Adrian: This is unbelievable. 2700℃ at 40,000 feet?
Scientist: I know, it sounds completely implausible. Nonetheless, we're noticing an increase of almost 0.5%
Adrian: Per day?
Scientist: No. Per hour.
Man: Dr. Helmsley, we arrested some tourists in the hot zone.
Adrian: I'll take care of it. Let's get Satnam on the communications link. Try to cross reference the data.
Jackson: It's a national park, there's not supposed to be fences. What's going on here?
Adrian: We're geologists.
Jackson: You usually go digging with machine guns?
Adrian: Major, I'll take care of this, thank you.
Jackson: So what happened to the lake?
Adrian: Well that's what we're trying to find out. We think the entire area has become unstable. I think you should take your kids and leave, Mr...Curtis. You're not by any chance the Jackson Curtis who wrote "Farewell Atlantis"?
Jackson: The very same.
Girl: It's actually dedicated to my mom.
Adrian: I read a couple of your short stories in college. Your father is a very talented man.
Jackson: Listen up.
Adrian: It's amazing. I'm reading your book. I'm around day 300, the shuttle has just lost communication with Earth.
Jackson: You're one of the lucky few who bought it.
Adrian: I didn't buy it.
Adrian: My dad gave it to me. Let me ask you something. Do you think those people would behave so selflessly knowing that their own lives were at stake?
Jackson: I hope so. The critics said I was naive, an unabashed optimist, but what do they know, right?
Adrian: It was a great pleasure meeting you. Mayor, could you escort these good people to the camp grounds, please. This is yours. Thank you
Mayor: Yes, sir.
Adrian: Take care.
Girl: He was very nice.
Jackson: You're just saying that cause he like my book.