So, where was I? Moronica runs out of...the Hoover Building, I guess. She meets Doggett on the street. He's behind the wheel of...a car. It's not his car, since he has that Manly Truck. I don't know! God! This show! Even the little things, now -- they make me want to die! Scully's in the passenger seat. Moronica sticks her head in the driver's-side window and asks Doggett where Xena is. She's at his house, he says. "She's lying to you," Moronica says. "She's not what you think." Doggett's all, how do you know? "I got a peek at her case files. Those two men she killed? They'd contacted her at DOJ, as whistle-blowers." Moronica thinks the men were killed because they wanted to expose the program, not because they were perpetuating it. Doggett asks why Xena came to him, in that case. Moronica hypothesizes that Xena must think that Doggett can lead her to the one man she hasn't been able to find: the captain of a navy ship that spends all year at sea. The captain, she explains, had been in contact with both of the dead guys about "a secret lab" on-board said ship. Doggett insists that Xena is "the only sure thing" about this case. And he believes this why? Because they were in the Navy together, I guess. Scully finally leans over and tells Doggett that, if what Moronica says about the ship and the lab is true, it may contains answers that she "has to know." Moronica hops into the car and they speed off.
Episode Report CardJessica: C- | 493 USERS: C+
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