Notspital. Moronica catches sight of someone else wandering the halls and goes to investigate. After running through the empty halls for twenty-five minutes, she finds a woman trembling at the end of a corridor. (She's played by an actress who's previously appeared on this show -- in "Oubliette" -- but it's not the same character.) Let's call her Audrey. Because, again, it's her name. See how that works? Audrey runs away from Moronica, finally eluding her by running through a brick wall. Moronica is pounding her hands against the wall when Stephen begins calling her name. She races around to another section of the Notspital, where Marvin is slumped over in a chair getting electrocuted, like that cup. "What's happening to him?" Moronica stutters, staring. "Oh my God," she says, as Marvin just disappears. God, Marvin! We barely knew ye.
Over at the hospital, Dr. Evil has just pulled the plug on Marvin. "I am so very sorry for your loss," he tells the grieving family. "Now, get out of my way so I can get to his liver."
Outside, in the hallway, Audrey watches this exchange and looks perturbed.
Elsewhere in the hospital, Scully is staring at Moronica's brain scan and wondering if William's mentally rearranged her sock drawer while she was gone. Doggett comes in the room, looking even more forlorn. "So?" he asks. Scully just stares at him. He plaintively comments that Dr. Evil is all ready to "divvy up" Moronica. "Is there anything, anything at all?" he asks. Scully tells him that she sees evidence of some minor swelling of the brain. But that it "doesn't mean anything." Doggett makes another sad face and pulls the monitor of Moronica's brain activity from his pocket. Don't ask me where he got it. Just go with it. He shows Scully the paperwork, and points out a section where the brain activity all just stops. Scully's like, "So?" Doggett wonders if they can reverse the effects of whatever caused Moronica's brain activity just to crash, if they can figure out what crashed it in the first place. Or something. And then he runs out of the room.
Notspital. Stephen is skeptical of Moronica's I Saw a Girl But She Ran Through the Wall story. Moronica's taking him to the scene of the crime, trying to explain that Audrey's disappearance was utterly unlike Marvin's. "Okay, let's concentrate on one unexplainable event at a time!" Stephen says. Someone needs to write that out and tape it over Chris Carter's computer. Or tattoo it on his forehead. "What happened to [Marvin]?" Stephen asks. Moronica thinks Marvin is really most sincerely dead. "You can't die if you're already dead," she points out. "Which backs up my belief that you and I are alive." Stephen wonders where the hell they are, then, if they're not dead. You know, so to speak.