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The X-Files: Tithonus

Scully is temporarily assigned a new partner and heads to New York City to investigate a crime scene photographer who may actually be the killer. Back in Washington, Mulder continues to help his partner.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 6x10
Production Number: 6X09
Airdate: Sunday January 24th, 1999



 
Guest Stars
James Pickens, Jr.James Pickens, Jr.
As Deputy Director Kersh
Recurring
James Pickens, Jr.James Pickens, Jr.
As Deputy Director Kersh
Recurring
Richard RuccoloRichard Ruccolo
As Agent Peyton Ritter
Richard RuccoloRichard Ruccolo
As Agent Peyton Ritter
Geoffrey LewisGeoffrey Lewis
As Alfred Fellig
Geoffrey LewisGeoffrey Lewis
As Alfred Fellig

Co-Guest Stars
Ange BillmanAnge Billman
As Secretary
Ange BillmanAnge Billman
As Secretary
Mo GalliniMo Gallini
As Hood
Mo GalliniMo Gallini
As Hood
Nicky FaneNicky Fane
As Blue Collar Man
Nicky FaneNicky Fane
As Blue Collar Man
Naomi MatsudaNaomi Matsuda
As Hooker
Naomi MatsudaNaomi Matsuda
As Hooker
Javier GrajedaJavier Grajeda
As Desk Sergeant
Javier GrajedaJavier Grajeda
As Desk Sergeant
Barry WigginsBarry Wiggins
As NYPD Detective
Barry WigginsBarry Wiggins
As NYPD Detective
Coby Ryan McLaughlinCoby Ryan McLaughlin
As Young Agent #1
Don FehmelDon Fehmel
As Ambulance E.M.T.
Dell YountDell Yount
As Truck Driver
Dell YountDell Yount
As Truck Driver
Jolyon ReeseJolyon Reese
As Young Agent #2

Uncredited
Phil HawnPhil Hawn
As FBI Special Agent
Phil HawnPhil Hawn
As FBI Special Agent
Cultural References
Fellig's Age: Yellow Fever in New York City
While the birthdate of Fellig's alias of L.H. Rice is 1849, his actual birth would be many years before that. Fellig discusses with Scully his brush with death when he had yellow fever during an epidemic in New York City. The last major outbreak of Yellow Fever in the City was in 1822, and the largest outbreak occurred in 1798. In all, there were several major outbreaks in the City dating back to 1668. More information on Yellow Fever in New York City can be found here.



Episode References
"Don't look. Close your eyes.": "Clyde Bruckman's Final Repose"
"Tithonus" sheds light on Clyde Bruckman's foretelling to Agent Scully on how she dies. In "Clyde Bruckman's Final Repose", he tells her that she doesn't, which foreshadows what happens when, after she had been shot, Fellig tells her to close her eyes so that he may look at Death and take her place.



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CreatorChris Carter (1)
 
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