Doggett's Sensible Car pulls up outside the school. As he gets out the car, shots are fired.
Doggett runs into the classroom, where the principal is in shock, and Scully stares at the ground. She doesn't look up, but merely walks out of the room. Morty lies dead on the ground. Trevor comes running up. Quentin chokes back tears of joy at seeing his new friend and fellow almost-orphan. Maybe Quentin's Widowed Mom can marry Trevor's Widower Dad.
Outside the school, Trevor and Quentin are both loaded into a squad car, presumably to take them home, and not to the pokey. Scully, in shock, stands quivering beside the Sensible Car. Doggett asks if she'll be okay. "I got a drift of what happened to you, in there. I mean, kind of. Sort of," he stumbles. She stares. "I shot a young boy," she breathes. "The good news is, you're wrong," Doggett says. Scully tearfully asks if Doggett knows what it's like not to be able to trust his own eyes. She shuts her eyes. The Piano of Tragically Missing Soulmates tinkles mournfully in the background. Scully opens her eyes and tells Doggett that she shot Trevor because of what "the boy saw, and because, in an instant, [she knew] it's what Mulder would have seen and understood." She sobs that she's trying to approach these cases the way he would have, but she just can't. Poor Scully. Tears run down her face, and she looks away. Doggett tells his partner to give herself a break: "This whole thing didn't make any sense." How very meta of him. "No," Scully sighs, "it did. In some way, it did." No, it DIDN'T! Were you there? Why was Morty killing people at random? This would make sense if any of the victims had anything to do with the American company that killed his kid, but they didn't. Does he just hate Americans? I'm so confused!
And suddenly we're back in India, where a rich-looking American walks past Morty, on his Creaking Cart of Evil, hand out. Morty glowers. Okay, but she shot him. That doesn't make any -- oh, forget it.