Doggett catches up with Scully down at the bottom of the hill. "It makes some kind of sense," he pleads. "I'm glad you agree with her, Agent Doggett," Scully says tightly, before she reminds him that he and Monica haven't even addressed the fact that the doctor who released Theresa was apparently in two places at once. Doggett's eyes are so blue, they're actually burning a hole through my face. "If you tell me this is another alien bounty hunter, this is where we part company," he tells her firmly. "Okay, if you tell me that you didn't get vomited up alive by a soul-eating shaman after being shot dead, I won't," Scully retorts. Just kidding. Actually, she just sighs. "Enjoy your new company," she says, and walks away.
Farmhouse in the Middle of Nowhere. Absalom -- the guy who looks like Jeremiah Smith, but who is not Jeremiah Smith, but who also looks familiar, although I can't remember why, because all the past episodes of this show have just melted inside my brain into one large heaving soggy mess -- enters the farmhouse, where he finds Jeremiah Smith a-layin' his hands on Theresa Hosie and a healin' her. Nifty. I burned my finger making cookies; can he take a look at that? Absalom makes the patented X-Files Look of Amazement in the Face of a Phenomenon Unexplained By Science, and, Yet, Real. Jeremiah shoots him a shit-eating grin.