More doorbell ringing. This time, it's Moronica, ringing Doggett's. Frohike lets her in without asking who it is, and Moronica rebukes him, saying that, "considering the recent violence against Agent Doggett, [he] might want to want to know who's at the door before [he] actually open[s] it." Frohike just coos a hello, and she rolls her eyes and steps into the living room. Byers tells her that Doggett isn't home. "He and Assistant Director Skinner took off for Maryland together," Langly offers. I'll bet they did. On their way to Vermont, to tie the knot. I'm so glad those two kids made up. They're the only couple on this show with a ghost of a chance for happiness. Frohike plays show and tell, letting Moronica in on what they found about about Iceman: he'd been receiving encrypted email from a water reclamation plant in Maryland. From an employee of said plant who is now dead. Dum dum dum snore! Seriously, is this entire plot about water? The only time water has ever made an interesting subject was in Chinatown and that also had incest, Jack Nicholson, and a decent script.
Episode Report CardJessica: C | 557 USERS: B-
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