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The X-Files: Clyde Bruckman's Final Repose

In the course of tracking a serial killer preying upon fortune tellers, Mulder and Scully enlist the help of a man whom Mulder believes to have the ability to foresee how people will die. The psychic has visions of Mulder's death.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 3x4
Production Number: 3X04
Airdate: Friday October 13th, 1995

Director: David Nutter
Writer: Darin Morgan

Guest Stars
Doris RandsDoris Rands
As Mrs. Lowe
Peter BoylePeter Boyle
As Clyde Bruckman
Stu CharnoStu Charno
As Puppet

Co-Guest Stars
Alex DiakunAlex Diakun
As Tarot Dealer Reader
Dwight McFeeDwight McFee
As Detective Havez
Jaap BroekerJaap Broeker
As The Stupendous Yappi
Karin KonovalKarin Konoval
As Madame Zelma
Ken Roberts (1)Ken Roberts (1)
As Clerk
Frank CassiniFrank Cassini
As Detective Cline
Greg AndersonGreg Anderson
As Photographer
Episode Quotes
Mr Gordon: We were really hoping to buy a boat.
Clyde: Mr. Gordon, uh, as a young husband, I think you're going to find that your new responsibilities to your family take precedent over your recreational needs.
Mr Gordon: But this is a really good boat.
Clyde: You don't get it, do you, kid? Two years from now, while driving down Route 91... coming home to your wife and baby daughter... you're going to be hit head-on by a drunk... driving a blue '87 mustang. You'll end up looking worse than sixty feet of bad road your body slides across... after flying out your front windshield.
Mr Gordon: Mister... you really need to work on your closing technique.

Clyde: You're looking down. You stepped in a pie that's fallen of the floor. The killer comes to you and... Coconut Cream.
Mulder: What?
Clyde: The pie... eh, coconut cream or, or is it lemon meringue?

Episode Goofs
Bruckman tells Mulder that he has the same recurring dream every night, where he is lying naked in a field of red tulips. However, he is shown wearing a T-shirt and underwear.

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