"The reason you have not seen that interview before is because it was held back, after requests from both our own government and the United Nations Secretary-General. Tonight, we have our first look at over one hundred and twenty hours of previously unseen videotape on the aliens. Tonight, you have the chance to see portions of this material, along with comments from various experts and leaders." But first, he introduces Cousin Bobby, who comes onstage nervous and smiling. Bobby explains about John being his uncle, and how he stayed with the aliens and John and his mom in Florida for "a couple of weeks." He insists that the aliens are "normal, just like you and me," but of course Monroe's not feeling that. "Some more than others," Bobby admits. "Did you ever feel threatened?" No. "Did you ever get a sense that there was a conspiracy between them?" No way. In the asking of the question there's the other answer to the question, and that is journalism. "So why did you and your family wait so long to make these tapes public?" Because everybody wigged out, and "all these weird accusations" were surfacing, and Olivia and her son decided to let the tapes out: "...That it was best to help everyone not be afraid."
D'Argo on video, on the balcony of Chez Alien: "I've seen lots of your movies, and in every film, the aliens are always evil...and Earth always is victorious." Bobby asks if he's saying we have to learn that there are good aliens; he pans in on D'Argo's reply: "No, I mean you have to learn you won't always win." This is D'Argo's truth. It's the only truth he knows: you can be overtaken. Dr. Garrett Hamilton, anthropologist from the University of Michigan, gets all oxygenated: "This is a watershed moment in human history, the equivalent of a huge meteor smashing Earth during dinosaur times. Will we bend under the sudden weight of it? Or respond and flourish?" He's one of the good ones. This show Alien Visitation is some expertly edited (though let's not talk about the fishy perfection and professionalism of Bobby's footage; that's nitpickery and not allowed in this particular dojo because what's the point) propaganda. It just gets worse and worse.