Okay, timeline? Clearly this all happened after November twenty-third, 2000, right? Because of the date on the tape. Alrighty. Let's assume, giving Chris Carter the benefit of the doubt, that this episode takes place on November twenty-fourth, 2000. Mulder was abducted in May. Scully told Skinner she was pregnant right after Mulder disappeared, right? Best case scenario -- Scully is six months pregnant. And, see, that almost works. She could not be showing (very much) at six months, conceivably. But, then, why, why did they throw in that stupid, stupid line about her being only fourteen weeks pregnant? Oh, that's right. So it makes sense when she has the baby -- or whatever -- at the end of the season. If she does. Have it, I mean. But the thing is, it doesn't make sense now and it still won't make sense then and I know I said I was going to forget about this timeline stuff but I can't and it's driving me crazy!
Scully enters Hendershot's delivery room and informs her that they have to leave. Now.
FBI HQ. 8:25 PM. Doggett runs down the hall to Skinner's office and throws himself into the comfort of the Skinman's loving arms. Okay, he just runs down there, looking all worried and stuff. "What is it?" Skinner asks. "Scully. I think she's been misled. I think we all have. By this man Haskill," Doggett sputters. Skinner narrows his eyes. "You think, or you know?" he asks, grimly. Doggett tells Skinner that he has reason to believe that "it's been a setup from the start, to get Scully to go wherever she's gone." Skinner looks concerned, but informs Doggett that Scully is in a safe hospital. Doggett wisely points out that, considering the circumstances, a hospital may well be the worst place for Scully right now. What with the evil doctors, and whatnot. Doggett implores Skinner to tell him where Scully is. Skinner thinks about it -- or maybe he's just imagining Doggett naked -- and gives him the skinny. Doggett gets ready to run in the other direction again, and tells Skinner to call hospital security.