Jeremy couldn't help but grin as he walked back into town. It had been eight years, eight whole years, since he'd last seen the little slice of madness that was Gravity Falls, but somehow it seemed like it was still exactly the same as he'd left it. It was surprising, but nice. It was almost like he was a kid again. The only difference was that he didn't really see many people he actually recognised, and of the few who looked familiar, none of them recognised him. That was less surprising though, because while the town might not have changed, he certainly had! Surprising all his friends with it was actually one of the things he was most he was most excited for!
Right now though, he had another, even more important task to focus on. He'd been up since obscenely early that day, just a little before the sun had even risen, running around the woods and looking for anything new that might've popped up on the weirder side of things, just like he used to as a kid. Unfortunately though, he hadn't been able to find anything yet, and had eventually gotten too hungry to stay out there any longer, which sucked because he'd at least hoped to pop in and say hi to some of the weird things he'd already met back then.
But, on the other hand, food was food. As someone suffering from hunger, food was an appealing concept to the ol' caveman brain. Therefore, he figured it was finally time to reacquaint himself with the questionably nutritious, but unquestionably delicious food of Greasy's Diner. Not only that, but he had some pretty good memories of he and his friends all gathering around there, so maybe he'd be able to run into a few of them there too! Kind of a two stones with one bird type thing!
And speak of the devil, he'd just caught sight of someone he was all but absolutely sure was one of them, hiding behind a mailbox and spying on... he hadn't quite caught whatever she as looking at specifically, just that it was probably either near or in the diner. Naturally, he decided to sneak over and crouch beside her, just far back enough to be out of her field of vision, and mimic her hand binoculars himself.
"Ok Sid, what's the plan?" He asked, not even trying to keep the excited grin off his face. Maybe that'd already be enough to tip her off all on it's own...