Anyway, Morris is under the impression that people are trying to kill him. I wonder if he picked that up from the pirates who were trying to blow him to Kingdom Come. He thinks he needs protection, and he says he'll give them "the keys to the kingdom" in return. "Aliens, UFOs, the whole fifty-year cover-up. I was there for all of it." Doubtful, since Morris Fletcher is, like, fifty-five years old. Not ninety. Moronica stares off into the distance. Doggett wonders silently if Skinner remembered to drop off his blue shirt at the cleaners. They really don't care about that whole alien thing. Moronica pulls the water-logged blueprint of the space ship out of her bag, and dryly comments that it's "the Jupiter 2 from Lost in Space." Morris is like, yeah, but everything else I tell you is the truth! He was trying to cheat a random foreign billionaire with those! He just wanted to tool around the tropics for a while! "I would never give him the real thing," he insists, "that would be un-American." Moronica and Doggett glare, then get up to go. Morris keeps blathering about the need for protection. "Super soldiers!" he suggests. This gets Moronica and Doggett's attention. "What do you know about Supah Solijahs?" Doggett drawls. Morris thinks he can help get them one. A chick, no less. But don't worry about this part of the episode. No, really, don't. It's basically just a ruse. No answers to the Super Solider questions. You should probably just take a nap. We're just passing the time here until this thing is finally over. Just cashing the paychecks here at 1013. Cashing the paychecks and passing the bong.
Lone Gunmen HQ. Enter Doggett and Moronica. The Moronic One is not impressed by the Gunmen's less than fully loaded digs. "Did you get robbed?" she asks. The boys lie that they're waiting for all new equipment. Doggett intones that he needs their help, and with the assistance of Frohike and Byers recaps the entire Super Solider Story Arc for the benefit of the audience. Again, dudes? We know. Genetically engineered. Trying to kill Mulder. Got it. Moving on. Moronica tells the boys that they're trying to track down a woman, and then shows them a picture of Yves Adele "Fat Lips" Harlow. The Gunmen look shocked, to a man. Langly IDs her as a fellow hacker, and exposits that she disappeared a year ago. Doggett thinks she may have "become" a Super Solider. So you can just turn into one? Good to know. I'll add "checking for bumps on the back of my neck" to my morning routine, right between "brushing my teeth" and "taking my vitamin." The boys don't think Yves Collagen Face could possibly be a Super Solider.