Driving. Driving. Driving. Scully steers and worries that they're going to lose Ross in the hills. Over the cell phone, Langly swears that "the transponder" will track "this guy driving underwater to Brazil." At this, of course, they lose the signal. The Gunmen make a series of distressed looks. Langly punches the laptop furiously. From the other car, Moronica asks if they ought to turn at the fork in the road. Frohike is all, "Um, sure! Turn! Great idea!" "I think they lost the signal," Moronica tells Scully. "Well, get it back," Scully snits. In the van, Langly is still beating the crap out of his computer. "Piece of crap!" he shouts. Frohike tells him to shut his piehole.
Over at the headquarters of the World's Wackiest UFO Cult, the spaceship is still freaking out: lights are lighting, things are twirling around, stuff is vibrating. William is sobbing. Rachel just stares down at him. Look, lady, he's probably hungry. Give the kid a bottle. At the very least, try patting him on the back. Babies like that. "The baby started crying, and it just came to life," she tells Ross.
Meanwhile, Scully and Moronica pull the car onto a field and spill out. "We're lost, and we ran out of road," Moronica announces. But what's that in the distance? A white tent! Covering the excavation of a spaceship! "William!" Scully yells frantically. I don't know what she thinks that's going to accomplish, other than alerting Ross that she's there.
Inside the tent, everyone is still staring at the UFO as it continues to freak out under their feet. Suddenly, a giant spotlight shoots out of the center of the ship. And still, everyone just stands on it. Me, I would jump off. But then again, I'm not in some bizarre cult.
"William! William!" Scully yells. Suddenly, she and Moronica stop dead in the middle of the field. Several yards in front of them, the spaceship bursts out of the tent and into the air. It flies off as the tent collapses in flames. The girls run toward the fire, their stilettos sinking into the ground. There is a giant fire-ringed crater where the spaceship used to be. Charred bodies of Ross's cult members lie all over the ground. "Oh my God," Scully breathes. Moronica looks horrified. Suddenly, from amid the rubble, there's a faint cry. Scully and Moronica look at each other, then rush into the crater. Scully runs toward the crying and eventually uncovers William, who's a bit dusty but otherwise looks fine. She gathers him into her arms and covers him with kisses and tears. Moronica pats Scully's arm supportively as the camera pans up and angels sing on the soundtrack.