Mrs. Dowdy is running dead. Meat Loaf finds her after about one second, shoved into a kitchen cabinet. He gorily disposes of her. There's a tarp and a cleaver involved. Do I need to go into further detail?
Moronica goes to Sing Sing to do a little detecting. She's tragically killed in a prison riot. The end. Actually, she just meets with...some guy. I don't know. I guess he's the McManus of Sing Sing, or something. Anyway, he'll be happy to do whatever he can to get Meat Loaf tossed back in the slammer as soon as possible. "Thank you. That's an extremely helpful attitude," Moronica says. "What's your reason for it?" Well, see, Meat Loaf's cellmate turned up dead. No! People never get killed in the Big House. I can't go on! The thing is, though, this time the killer was caught on their security camera. And it wasn't Meat Loaf. It was Mulder. Nah, it was BOB II. Moronica looks at a screen capture from the security-camera footage. "This isn't him," she says. Pseudo-McManus is all, duh. "This isn't anybody," he tells her. The killer doesn't fit the description of any of their inmates, and he was never seen again. "Don't ask me to explain it," Pseudo-McManus grouses. But he's sure Meat Loaf had something to do with it. Moronica looks thoughtful.
Courthouse. The ADA wants "a word" with Doggett. He's moaning about all the DNA retests Doggett's ordered. Doggett sputters something to the effect that the DNA is all similar and shit. And the ADA is all, "We have a settlement offer on the table." And Doggett is all, "Dude!" And the ADA is all, "You so need to get over this." "We need more time to get to the truth!" Doggett yells. "If we can't get a conviction, then the truth doesn't matter," the ADA finally says, and leaves in a huff. Doggett's standing in the hallway looking miserable when Moronica shows up. She's changed her shirt. She looks awful. Put on some lipstick, Moronica! She spits that she thinks she has a suspect.
Dogget and Moronica scamper into the Room of Files, where Scully sits at the table and plays MASH on a scrap of paper. "Who is he?" Doggett asks. "What is he?" Moronica corrects him. Scully rolls her eyes behind them. Moronica explains that this "entity" materialized, killed someone, and then vanished. "Like Casper the Friendly Ghost," Doggett translates crabbily. Behind them, Scully groans: MASH, that cruel mistress, has destined her to live in a shack. Moronica wonders if BOB II and Meat Loaf are somehow connected. "[Moronica], for God's sake, this is not an X-File. Don't try to turn it into one," Doggett snaps. Moronica chatters on and on that BOB II and Meat Loaf have a "symbiotic relationship," or something. All they need to do is...something with the DNA from the crime scene. (I took bad notes there, sorry.) Scully looks up, and crumples her MASH game -- muttering that she's certainly not planning on living in a shack with Skinner and seven children, driving a Pinto -- and then tells Moronica and Doggett that the 1989 evidence needs to be tossed. It was planted. How she figured that out, I don't know. No, I don't. No, I really don't. I don't. Stop bugging me. "Are you accusing me? Are you accusing me of planting evidence?" Doggett asks, very slowly. Scully retorts that she's just stating facts. There is, quite literally, a "dum dum dum duuuuuum" on the soundtrack. Mark Snow, I love you.