Doggett: How well did you really know him? How far would Moooolder go?
Scully: How far would he go for what?
Doggett: The truth. His truth.
Back behind the wheel, Doggett furrows his brow. The flashbacks continue as he remembers when he promised Scully that, despite their personal differences, he's committed to tracking Mulder down. In the flashback, Scully dully gazes out at him from her seemingly constant stint in a hospital bed. In the present, Doggett grits his teeth, makes his determined look, and speeds into Squamash. Still no time or date stamps.
Doggett's Sensible Car pulls up in front of the Squamash Sheriff's Station in a cloud of sand and dirt. The sheriff peers shiftily out of the window, peeking through the venetian blinds. Doggett blusters into the door, the very picture of manly determination. Sheriff Shifty makes a comment about Doggett's driving up on a Saturday and possibly wasting his weekend, which I suppose is the extremely tenuous reason that Scully is absent -- Doggett's doing this on his own time, while she's enjoying her weekend, probably watching Lifetime and crying because she's about to be an unwed mother and no one even cares. Doggett exposits that Mulder paid a visit to Squamash last spring (not "last night," as some people on the forums misheard -- understandably so, because Doggett's accent is weaving in and out like the town drunk on a two-lane highway), to investigate the case of a missing woman, one Marie Hangemuhl. "She wasn't exactly missing, and he wasn't exactly investigating," Sheriff Shifty spits, rummaging through his file cabinet. He explains that Marie never even left her house, and that the report of her disappearance was a false one. He further exposits that the only reason Mulder even knew anything about the case was because Marie's sister "got all excited about nothing" and contacted the FBI. Shifty hands Doggett a pile of files and offers him a Danish. Doggett breaks with tradition and refuses. Shifty eyes him, briefly, and wonders why he's so interested in such a non-case. Doggett explains that he's not interested in the case; he's interested in the agent. "Agent Mooooolder disappeared last May," he explains, but he made a second, return trip to Squamash a week before that happened. "What for?" Shifty wonders. "That's what I want to know. It's my job to find him," Doggett sniffs.