Evidence 1:When the neighbors see Goodman's car start up by itself, they get suspicious.
Theme: Don't jump to conclusions
Evidence 2:After Don tells the neighbors that Steve's wife has been talking about his radio, the neighbors point the finger at him.
Evidence 3:Charlie accidentally shoots Pete Van Horn, the neighbors completely loose it as they go after Charlie, smashing his window with rocks and the glass cuts Charlie's head.
Evidence 1 supports my theme because even though a car starting up by itself is crazy when nothing in the neighborhood is working, the neighbors see Goodman's car start up but really, he is just a surprised as the rest of them. They also don't have any evidence that Goodman was behind his own car start-up because he was FEET away from the car when it started so there's really know way he could've turned it on. Evidence 2 supports my theme as well because the neighbors jump to conclusions when Don tells all the people that Steve's wife has told people about Steve having a radio. As soon as the neighbors hear this, they point the finger at Steve, thinking he is the hidden alien though they don't have much evidence to prove it because they have never seen Steve actually use the radio and they don't even know what the radio looks like or how it works. But luckily, his wife takes a stand and tells everyone it's just a ham radio. Evidence 3 really supports my theme by the fact that Charlie accidentally shot Pete while he was walking down the street. I mean, if you were on an alien infested street and you saw a dark figure walking toward you, not knowing who it is, you would protect yourself, right? Charlie had no idea it was Pete but the neighbors claim that he was so fast to shooting the figure that they suspect he is the hidden alien. After this scene is where all the chaos begins. Everyone just goes at Charlie, eventually cutting his head, even though he had no idea it was Pete in the first place. Therefore, a strong theme would be, don't jump to conclusions.