Sixth District Police Station. Scully escorts Moronica inside, where they're met by Skinner. He needs Moronica "inside." Moronica looks perplexed, but Scully gets it. She gives Skinner a moderately dirty look.
Moronica is shown inside an interrogation room, where she finds DPB waiting for her. He nods at her to take a seat, saying that he wants to speak with her alone, "to clear a few things up." I have to say, Cary Elwes's American accent seems to have improved, at least a little bit. He tells her that he wants to go over "[her] story" with her. "My story?" Moronica parrots. Skinner and Scully watch them, behind the two-way mirror. They both look tired. Yeah, DPB says, the story about how Doggett and Moronica were together when he got shot. Moronica clarifies that she wasn't with Doggett when he got shot; he was with her when Skinner called to tell her he'd been shot. DPB walks around the interrogation room and furrows his brow. He's on her side, he says, but he needs her to give him a reason for this "cover-up." Moronica looks stunned. "I'm going to put a stop to this," Scully says, starting for the door. What's she going to do? Tackle DPB and drag him out of the room? Skinner grabs her arm and stops her, anyway. "Why are you saying these things?" Moronica asks, all hurt. DPB reveals that the bullet that almost killed Doggett came from her gun. There's a big, crazy "twang!" on the soundtrack, as Moronica looks stunned. Also, DPB says, an eyewitness placed her at the scene. "Is that why I'm here? In this room? So you can make an ID?" No, Moronica, it's so he can finally force you to reveal your secret recipe for five-alarm chili. "Reyes," DPB says calmly, as she hops out of her chair and walks over to the two-way mirror. At the same time, uniformed officers show Lukesh into the room with Skinner and Scully. "Who's there? Who's back there?" Moronica yells into the mirror. Scully looks slightly perturbed by this chain of events. Lukesh nods at the officer next to him. "We appreciate your co-operation," the cop says. "Anything I can do to help," Lukesh offers. Yeah, like that would ever hold up in court. It's called a line-up! Don't you people watch Law & Order?