Nurses run in, but no doctors. I guess they figure Scully's got it covered, because they roll in the crash cart and one of the nurses intubates him while Scully attacks her ex with the paddles. Riddle me this, Batman: why are they letting Scully do this? Does everyone in the world know that she's a doctor? Because I've never been in a hospital where they let visitors use the equipment. Shocking. Shocking. Scully yelps for an amp of epi. This is like Gillian Anderson's audition for ER, or something. After lots of yelling and running around, Scully and the nurses get a pulse. "Thank you," Scully breathes.
This prompts Scully to go visit Colleen, New Age Guru. Colleen's girlfriend lets Scully inside the house, which is covered in bizarre paraphernalia, including several strange, twirly copper spiral sculptures. Colleen's girlfriend kisses Colleen goodbye and takes off. Scully looks at her feet. Colleen comes over and just looks at Scully, finally saying that she's surprised to see her. Scully weakly apologizes for being rude the last time they met. "I'm a medical doctor and a scientist and you're right, I don't know what it is that you do," she says. Here's what I'd like to know: why does Scully always have to specify that she's a "medical doctor"? I think when you say "doctor," people assume you mean, "of medicine," not that you have a Ph.D. in, like, Russian literature or chemistry, or something. It's bizarre. It irritates me. Anyway. "There's something that you said that I wanted to ask you about," Scully says. "About slowing down?" Colleen asks. "Would you like to sit down?"