In the first scene, everyone blames it on Mr. Goodman because his car turns on, however, this could happen due to a number of separate things. In addition to this, it doesn't really make much sense because it's just a car not a fragment of a different planet or something along those lines.
The second scene Charles is then blamed because his car and lights turned on. Again, the same thing with Mr. Goodman, it's not a solid considerable factor that he is an 'alien'.
Charles then turns it onto Tommy, who came up with the idea. He gets blamed because of that reason, but then they shift it back to Charles and then to other different people which causes chaos.
The first picture represents my them because it was when they first started to blame people and the first person they blamed was Mr. Goodman. The second one represents my theme because Charles was the next one. When the lights turned on and his car started to work just like Mr. Goodman, they concluded that he was the 'alien' that caused all of the power outages and signal losses. Then in my third scene, Charles states that he knows who was the traitor and he says that it was Tommy. Tommy was a 14-year-old boy who told everyone that it was the aliens that were causing this and that they didn't want them to leave the neighborhood. His mother said that it couldn't have been him because he was so young, then the entire neighborhood starts to freak out and blame everyone at random which resulted in chaos. Such as breaking windows, and running around like wild maniacs.