Gladys: I'm sorry, Janis, did I just hear them say "rabid squirrel"?
Janis: Oh, I think they might just be overreacting. Gladys: What if they're not? What if we have a potential pandemic on our hands? Vermin running loose, spreading disease and lowering our property values?
Janis: Yeah. I have a casserole in the oven. Gotta run. Gladys: Fine. Worry about your casserole, and I'll worry about the end of suburban peace and tranquility!
Gladys to Janis after overhearing Mackenzie talk about a "rabid squirrel" asks her about it on her front yard. Janis thinks they are probably overreacting but Gladys worries about the disease and the property values. Janis obviously not concerned talks about needing to attend to her casserole, and as she walks off, Gladys says for her to just worry about that while she worries about the end of their suburbia. Verne has been looking on from the safety of his hiding place.