Still fearing for his safety, Cri-kee stays in the middle of the group, dodging each foot. He felt a hand lift him up, and he turned to see King Candy start talking to him. Cri-kee noticed a scent of peppermint on King Candy's smooth royal palm and quickly felt relaxed. He listened as King Candy talked about a place called Sugar Rush and racing. Cri-kee imagined the place having temples made out of candy, rice fields having sprinkles instead of grain, and the snow in the mountains being flavored ice. He thought about the possibility of a race between Dr. Doofenschmirtz and King Candy. He may not need luck, but I would definitely want to be his good-luck cricket for his race, if he wanted me to be. He smiles at King Candy. King Candy grins, but his grin turns into a serious look. King Candy places Cri-kee near down, and Cri-kee turns to see the altar. On it was the victim. The victim was a guest from the park. He hears Scar telling someone to close off this area. Scar orders everyone to look for clues. All of the detectives head for the body. Cri-kee hops onto the altar to get a good look at the body and sketches what he sees. He looks around the body, but does not find a single thing. The detectives continue to examine the body. As Cri-kee finishes, he sees Diablo flying around and staring at the victim's eyes. He sees King Candy looking preoccupied by the sound of someone's engine running, heading towards the crime scene. He sees Vanellope, who has a worried look on her face. Cri-kee gets a feeling that he is being watched. He turns around and sees four piercing eyes staring at him. Startled, Cri-kee inches himself backwards, making sure not to touch the body. It was Si & Am. They motion Cri-kee to hop down to the floor. Cri-kee hops down to the floor, and Si & Am goes onto the altar and climbs up on top of the totem statue. Cri-kee could not see from his vantage point if they were looking for clues or if they were napping. Cri-kee turns to look at the bottom of the altar. He sees a statue reminiscent of the dragon statue that Mushu had told him about that was in Mulan's house. Unfortunately, he had told Cri-kee that the statue was destroyed by some unknown force. Cri-kee knew, however, that Mushu probably destroyed the statue in some form or another. Cri-kee gazes into the eyes of the dragon statue, and he feels an odd energy from it. He felt that the dragon statue was telling Cri-kee something. Unsure about what is going on, he follows the dragon's gaze and sees something on the floor a foot away from the altar. Cri-kee examines it, and he sees a Blonde Hair. Cri-kee examines it, but he is unsure if it was guest's or a character's or even a killer's. He was not even sure if it was one of the detective's. He knew for sure that it was not the current victim's hair, since the victim had a darker color. Cri-kee took his notes and went towards the dragon statue. He stares into its eyes and bows down. As he hops towards the hair follicle, he ponders if he really felt a magical presence with the statue or if it was just all the candy that he ate throughout the trip. Cri-kee stands next to the clue and chirps for Scar and the others' attentions.