Cut to Quantico. Scully's performing what ER would call A Hero's Last Autopsy. Actually, I'm sure she'll do an autopsy in the finale, so that's a lie. Perfect for NBC's promo department, then. She decides to start with the shingle protruding from NotBud's head. She reaches over for one of her Handy Dandy Autopsy Tools, and notices that they're all quivering. Scully looks perturbed. She reaches out to touch one. A rather sizable electric shock runs from the tool to her hand. Scully makes a profound "what the hell?" look.
FBI Field Office; Los Angeles, CA. 7:08 PM. Shout-out? Probably not. Doggett and Moronica are in the field office, video-conferencing with Scully about her strange, strange autopsy. She tells them that NotBud was dead before he hit the car, and that she thinks it was flying through the roof that did it to him. Or maybe electricity. "Or maybe electricity is only the by-product. I'm not really sure," Scully mutters. Doggett and Moronica look perplexed, so Scully explains her weird experience with the tools. After getting shocked, she says, she wired NotBud to an EEG. And he's been putting off a faint reading all afternoon. "Are you saying he's not dead?" Moronica asks. Scully shakes her head, telling them that NotBud is "dead as a hammer," but that he's giving off some kind of "residual electricity....It's fascinating," she breathes. Moronica, of course, wonders what it all means. Scully tells them that if Mulder were there, he'd tell them that electrical waves often are thought to indicate the presence of poltergeists or ghosts, or paranormal activities of some sort. "That's what Mulder would say?" Doggett asks. Scully shrugs that, "at the end of the day," she wouldn't have any better explanation. And she certainly doesn't now.