Hospital. Doggett would really like it if Dr. Evil would merely take a look at Moronica's brain scan. Dr. Evil is all, "Whatever. I just need her spleen!" He then tells Doggett to go ahead and pull Moronica's "code notes." Doggett repeats that he really thinks they're missing something. After all, Moronica was conscious when they brought her into the ER; she was wearing her seat belt, and her air bag deployed. Dr. Evil shrugs and tells him to look over the notes. Then he goes back to extracting the kidneys of an unconscious guy in a bathtub.
Moronica's room. Audrey is sitting sadly next to the patient's bed, holding her hand and watching her. She looks up, startled, when Doggett walks in. "It's all right," Doggett says. "You work here?" She's a patient's aide, she says. She mostly just delivers flowers. "Are you her husband?" she asks. Doggett shakes his head sadly, because this is the week the writers decided to throw the romantic pairing of Doggett and Moronica at the wall to see if it would stick. Despite the fact that they've got no romantic chemistry. They've got anti-chemistry. This pairing is actually physically repelling viewers. I'm six feet further away from my television than I was when this episode started. By the time it's over, I have the feeling that I'll be sitting in my car. "You love her, though," Audrey says. Okay. But earlier this very season, he was in love with Scully? Focus, Doggett. Audrey goes to leave them alone, but she turns back at the last moment. "She's not gone," she says. "Not her soul." The Mournful Violins of Whatever sing in the background. Doggett sadly wishes he could talk to Moronica. "I wish I could tell her," he begins. "I guess I wish a lot of things." Audrey looks sympathetic. Doggett stares at Moronica's lifeless body.
Audrey takes the elevator down to her very own basement room. It's almost cozy, and prominently decorated with a rather large model of the very hospital she's living in, the same one we saw floating around in the abyss with Moronica and Stephen trapped inside. Audrey takes off her jacket, sits cross-legged in front of the model, and stares at it very intently.