Baaaaaack to the hypnotist. This time, Chrissy confirms Harold's "flying through the air" story. However, she claims that she was swept up by a bunch of men in Air Force uniforms after she landed back on earth. "Air Force?" Mulder parrots. Chrissy narrates that she's surrounded by men in suits, who seem to be doctors, and various military personnel. Now they're hypnotizing her. "They're arguing," she tells Mulder. One of the men mutters something about the Russians; another says something about aliens. Finally, one besuited man leans into the frame and gets right in Chrissy's face. "All right," he says, "Rinse her out. Give her the usual abduction rigmarole." "What is the doctor doing now?" the hypnotist -- the one Mulder hired -- asks. "He's telling me this is for the good of my country," Chrissy says. "I don't like what he's doing. He's stealing my memories." I hate it when that happens, dude. I think that's where all my math skills went.
After this round of hypnosis, Scully and Mulder get into it yet again: she thinks that Mulder and the doctor were "leading" Chrissy. "And I think there was more confabulation in the second version than the first," she says. Mulder thinks about this. "I think you're wrong about that, Scully," he says, "but I do think you're right about one thing -- that this case might not have anything to do with aliens." She cocks a brow at him, as Detective Manners enters the room. "Hey, I just got a call from some crazy blankety blank saying he just found a real live dead alien body," he announces. Everyone exchanges looks.
Cut to a chubby, geeky kid in a "Space: Above and Beyond" t-shirt. He tells Jose Chung that he knows it sounds crazy, but he wants to be abducted by aliens. "Why? Whatever for?" Jose Chung asks. "I hate this town. I hate these people. I just want to be taken away someplace where I don't have to worry about finding a job," he says. I hear that. Although who's to say that the aliens wouldn't put you to work in a uranium mine, or something?
So, Geeky went out looking for UFOs, he says. There'd been some sightings in the area and he hoped to "stumble across just one," he says. Right over a scene of him tripping in a dark field. Geeky voice-overs that he's read every book ever about aliens and abductions, and therefore he should have known better than to call the "proper authorities."