Cabin in the Woods. The Blonde silently lets Doggett inside. He tells her that he wants to know what she knows about the body she found in the woods last May. She says nothing. Doggett recaps the Mulder situation for her, briefly, and caps it off by telling her that Mulder believed the body was a soul-eater. "Maybe it was," she says. "You believe it, too. You put stones on top of grave," Doggett says, connecting the dots. The Blonde tells Doggett that for hundreds of years someone has been taking care of the soul-eater, and that it will always be thus. Doggett tells her that he believes Mulder killed Kevin the Soul-Eater to protect Marie from it. The Blonde looks at him blankly and informs him that he's got it all backwards. Doggett just raises his eyebrows at her. He finds a trap door underneath one of her rustic rag rugs, opens it, and crawls inside. She just stares after him.
The trap door leads to a tunnel, which leads to the Catacombs of Vomit, which are actually quite spacious. In the middle of a large clearing, Doggett finds Marie, all covered in puke, but looking pretty good. Wide-eyed, he wipes the barf away from her mouth, and she awakens with a gasp.
Doggett carries Marie outside, as The Blonde grimly looks on.
A close-up on Doggett's eyeballs. He watches as Marie puts her wedding ring back on, and she and Paul embrace. The camera pulls back to reveal that we're in the hospital. Skinner enters the room and tells Doggett that Marie is more than fine: according to the doctor, her kidneys have spontaneously healed. Skinner and Doggett share a look of amazement. Skinner tells Doggett that Shifty wants to take his statement. Disgusted, Doggett spits that both Shifty and Paul know what happened, and that they've known all along. "Known what?" Skinner asks. "That the shaman took her to cure her," Doggett replies, explaining that Mulder wasn't trying to protect Marie after all. Skinner narrows his eyes. As Doggett walks off, he remarks that this case isn't what he thought it was, at all.