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The X-Files: Redux II (3)

While Scully is lingering near death and the future of the X-Files in danger, Mulder is brought before Section Chief Blevins to explain the incident that led up to the hearing on his supposed death. When Skinner confronts Mulder, the agent tells his superior the truth about Scully's abduction.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 5x2
Production Number: 5X03
Airdate: Sunday November 09th, 1997

Director: Kim Manners
Writer: Chris Carter (1)

Guest Stars
Bruce HarwoodBruce Harwood
As Byers
Charles CioffiCharles Cioffi
As Section Chief Scott Blevins
Dean HaglundDean Haglund
As Langly
John FinnJohn Finn
As Michael Kritschgau
Megan LeitchMegan Leitch
As Samantha Mulder
Pat SkipperPat Skipper
As Bill Scully Jr.
Sheila LarkenSheila Larken
As Margaret Scully
Tom BraidwoodTom Braidwood
As Frohike
William B. DavisWilliam B. Davis
As Cigarette-Smoking Man

Co-Guest Stars
Arnie WaltersArnie Walters
As Father McCue
Brent SheppardBrent Sheppard
As Doctor
Don S. WilliamsDon S. Williams
As Elder #1
Ken Camroux-TaylorKen Camroux-Taylor
As Senior Agent #2
Robert Wright (3)Robert Wright (3)
As Dr. Zuckerman

Willy RossWilly Ross
As Quiet Willy
Catherine BarrollCatherine Barroll
As Secretary
Erin FitzgeraldErin Fitzgerald
As Waitress
Episode Quotes
Mulder: Please tell me you're here with severe chest pains.
Cigarette Smoking Man: You should be glad for why I'm here, pay you some respect.
Mulder: Go to hell.
Cigarette Smoking Man: For your cleverness, and your resource, what you managed to do for Scully.
Mulder: What are you talking about?
Cigarette Smoking Man: Well, breaching the security at the Defense Department Facility. Finding the cure for her disease.
Mulder: What I found was useless.
Cigarette Smoking Man: On the contrary, it's essential to her survival. If you like, we could step outside and I might explain myself? I'm here tonight as a friend, Agent Mulder.

Episode Goofs
When Mulder was entering the Trinity hospital, the clock reads at 5:30 a.m., but later, in the scene it is back to 5:13 a.m.

After Section Chief Blevins is shot by his colleague, he falls to the ground in such a way that his hand is ready to receive the weapon he was shot with. Blevins, who is supposed to be dead, then opens his hand slightly to receive the weapon. After the weapon is placed in his hands, Blevins fingers move a bit to hold the gun.

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