She sighs at her food. Somewhere in the multiverse there is - no, was - a Karen who was much less of a loser than she is. She isn't at all jealous of that person, but their existence does sort of make her want to hide in a hole for twenty years.
Thing number one: Tyelcormo is the only person here who can open the door for her. Even if she called in someone she trusts from her world (so... Connor, or possibly her cousin), they wouldn't be able to open the door to where she was. She has no particular reason to believe that Tyelcormo is going to turn out to be randomly malicious, other than that people sometimes are, but she feels like she should still be weighing the possibility. He could, in theory, shut the door and leave through the back. He could also do this if she steps out without the intention of calling his family. He could probably even do it now, honestly, just grab her and shove her out the door after opening it, and the fact that he hasn't suggests that either he isn't this variety of evil or that his evil plan is very complicated. Probably it's the first thing, since the only reason she can think of why he might need to lure her instead of shoving her is that it might be important that she not realize that he's evil, and if he shuts the door and leaves through the back then she's going to know, because time will be passing and the door will be shut.
Thing number two: she's going to have to call smart important powerful people she doesn't know on the phone, which is horrible.
Thing number three: if she succeeds, Milliways will be full of smart important powerful people, which will mean that she will probably not ever be able to spend any more time relaxing in Milliways.
None of these are really reasons not to ask someone if they could maybe stop by and cure cancer. It's going to blow up somehow, because good things always blow up, but this is not really an excuse not to try.
She miserably pushes the rice around on her plate.
"Where do you think the closest phone is, from there?"