The someone to see Doggett is, according to Crane, "Noel Roar," and I am highly gratified to learn that "Noel" is his first name, and my spelling it like that might not be totally wrong. Although, as you know, if it is, I don't care. As for his last name, I'm not even going to try. It's probably, like, Rhorght or something. "He says you know each other, and what he's here for can't wait," Crane monotones. Doggett sort of nods.
Moronica and Scully arrive in Bethlehem, but there is no room at the inn and they have to sleep in the barn. Okay, not exactly, but close enough. Moronica parks the car in the middle of a dirt road in a deserted town. "If anybody finds us out here, it really will be a miracle," Scully says, holding the small of her of back. Mark Snows cues up Mystical Jesus music. "Where are we, anyway?" Scully wonders. "Democrat Hot Springs," Moronica tells her. "Agent Doggett was born here." Scully makes an interested face. "That's...comforting. I guess." Scully says unconvincingly before asking Moronica where they ought to set up housekeeping. "Over here," Moronica says, taking out her flashlight and leading Scully to what looks like an abandoned storefront. Why? "I think I told you I feel these energies about people and stuff and places. I find it works best to go with my instincts," Moronica continues. We can't see Scully's face in the darkness, but I bet you dollars to donuts that she looks skeptical. The window of the storefront is adorned with chipping paint, which reads "Water from the Rock, Exodus 7:16." I'm a bit confused about the Biblical reference, because the "water from the rock" passage is from Nehemiah 9:15, and reads:
And gavest them bread from heaven for their hunger, and broughtest forth water for them out of the rock for their thirst, and promisedst them that they should go in to possess the land which thou hadst sworn to give them.