The blankhole is the dude with the Buddy Holly glasses from the electric company, whose name is actually Rocky. Mulder and Scully pay a little visit to Rocky's studio/garage. Rocky tells them that he knows how crazy this all sounds, but what he has to say has to be said. Or something. "It's bigger than a couple of kids. It has to do with the entire planet, the universe, and who knows what all," he tells them, dramatically waving a sheaf of paper. Apparently, he wrote everything down. Mulder reaches for the manuscript, but Rocky pulls it back. He doesn't want to be overly dramatic, he says, but Mulder and Scully are putting their lives in danger just by looking it! Their very lives! Do you understand? Their lives! Again! Some more! "Why is that?" Mulder asks. Rocky gazes dramatically off into the distance and narrates that, the night before, "the weirdest thing happened."
We cut...well, actually, we don't cut. It's exactly the same shot, but it's apparently the night before; Mulder and Scully are gone and Rocky has his manifesto open in front of him. His garage door flies open. He watches open-mouthed as a old black Cadillac -- fins and all -- with blacked-out windows comes squealing around the corner and into his garage. The garage door bangs shut behind it. Rocky stares as the driver's-side window rolls down to reveal Jesse Ventura in a black suit and hat. And goatee. "No other object has been more misidentified as a flying saucer than the planet Venus," Jesse Ventura announces. "Really?" Rocky asks.
"That was when I realized something was weird," Rocky tells Mulder and Scully. "At which point?" Scully asks. Rocky calmly explains that, usually, when two strangers drive into his garage -- because that happens all the time, I'm sure -- he tells them to get the hell off his property. But this time, it was like he was in a trance. Mulder asks what the men looked like. Rocky shrugs that he's usually good with faces, but this time, all he can remember is how they were dressed. "All in black?" Mulder asks. Rocky looks over at Scully. She delicately raises a brow. "How'd you know that?" he asks. Mulder explains that since the 1950s, people have reported mysterious visitations from these men in black, especially after an alien encounter of some sort. Scully calmly does her brow exercises.
Back in the LBO, Jose Chung tells Scully that myths about men in black have existed for centuries and in many cultures. Scully snarks that "the modern reconstruction of ancient fairy tales" doesn't really do much to help Rocky's testimony.