Scully hasn't left the hospital, though. She's over at Doggett's bedside, sobbing that she never meant to lose him, too. "She's fighting for you," Scully whispers. "[Moronica's] helping us try to find the way. She's not going to let you go." At this, Doggett opens his eyes. "Agent Scully," he says. Scully's all, "Yay!" Doggett murmurs that he heard someone talking to him. Not her. Someone else. She's like, "Huh?" "They're going to come to you. But you can't trust them," Doggett tells her. "Do you understand that?" They're staring at each other when Moronica bursts in. So, hang on a sec. Doggett is hearing voices now? Oh, sweet Mary. "My GOD!" Moronica yells, when she sees Doggett all awake and non-dead. Why is everyone yelling so much in this episode? She's bursting into joyful tears when Scully's phone rings. It's Ross calling. "Come alone," he tells Scully. "Follow my instructions to the letter." How did Ross get Scully's cell-phone number? Did he call the FBI? "Hi, FBI? This is Ross, the leader of a wacky UFO-worshiping cult up in Canada? Yeah. Listen, I'm looking for Agent Scully. Smallish, red hair? Cute little baby? Banging her old partner? That's her. Yeah! Yeah, so I need her cell-phone number. Yeah, yeah, I kidnapped her MiracleBaby. I know. Yeah, I need to talk to her about it. Yeah, totally! Wait, what? Three five six - oh. Okay. Great. Thank you so much! I'll save you a seat on the mothership!"
So Scully meets Ross at a coffee shop in Canada at two in the morning. She's sitting alone at a table, waiting. Finally, Ross comes in and sits across from her. Cue all the staring. "Sorry to keep you waiting, but I had to make sure you were alone," he says. Right off the bat, he says he wants to protect William: "He's a very special boy." Scully quietly tells Ross that she wants William back. And Ross quotes some Scripture, which Scully identifies for him. It's actually the voice-over from the opening scene. Which I believe I just called "crap." Aw, man. I am so going to hell. Sorry, God. "The Bible. Describing giants who walk the earth. Who'd believe it?" Ross asks. "Only the faithful. And we, who have seen them, these super-soldiers. The true sons of God." Scully's all, "Yada yada yada, where's my kid?" "You struggle to believe. It's so incredible, but your son will lead this alien race. He was put here to lead," Ross says. He's met with silence from Scully. "I'll bring you to him, to see your son, after you do something for me -- after you bring something I need," Ross tells her. Scully just looks at him calmly. "Confirmation that Mulder's dead," Ross says. "You killed Mulder?" Scully asks, just slightly tearfully. "No," Ross tells her. "I believed he was dead. But now I have reason to doubt that. And if he's alive, he's the one thing preventing your son's true destiny." Scully's all, "Destiny, schmestiny. Where's my baby?" But out loud, she says, "You lie." "If you want to see the boy, you'll bring me the head of Fox Mulder," Ross says. Did they just use the line "bring me the head of Fox Mulder"? Because that is delicious. Scully is all, "Dude, my life totally sucks. Totally. Sucks." Ross leaves. Scully sits there. The theme song burbles in the background. Once Ross is out of earshot, Scully whips out the cell phone. "You ready, [Moronica]?" she asks. Outside, Moronica and the Lone Gunmen sit in the suddenly not totaled VW van. They watch Ross pull out of the parking lot. "Here we go," Moronica says, jumping out of the van and hopping into Scully's car to navigate. Apparently, the Gunmen placed a tracking device on Ross's car while he was inside telling Scully to bring him parts of Mulder's body. They all peel out and chase Ross down a road.