The X-Files: Season 9, Episode 4

4-D (9 Dec. 2001)
"The X Files" 4-D (original title)

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A killer murders Reyes and mortally wounds Doggett...in another dimension. Reyes, under investigation for a nearly killed Doggett realizes the killer can shift dimensions to fill out his disgusting fantasies.

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A killer murders Reyes and mortally wounds Doggett...in another dimension. Reyes, under investigation for a nearly killed Doggett realizes the killer can shift dimensions to fill out his disgusting fantasies.

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Reyes' Georgetown apartment address is 67 Bennett Avenue. This is a reference to Rod Serling's address in Binghamton, New York. See more »

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Monica Reyes: Hey!
John Doggett: So, this is how the uptown crowd lives, huh?
Monica Reyes: This is it! Moving on up.
John Doggett: So is there anything really heavy that I can move for you, a dresser, a fridge.
Monica Reyes: No, but thank you, John, you just missed movers.
John Doggett: You don't say? I brought you a housewarming gift.
Monica Reyes: Hot dogs?
John Doggett: Polish sausage! It's the best in the city. There's a little stand a couple of blocks over on M Street. You'll be able to walk to it.
Monica Reyes: Wow.
John Doggett: Try one.
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In the main title for the ninth season, a piece of paper flashes across the screen listing "FBI Contacts: Witnesses and Contributors." The names on the list are screen names of the series' on-line fans. For episodes #9.01-#9.11, the names were randomly picked from various X-Files message boards. For episodes #9.12-#9.19, the names came from contest entries. See more »

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There is More than One of Everything
11 February 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Just like Fringe homages The X-Files in a lot of episodes and particularly in the Episode "Earthling" (The Only Fringe Ep that deals with an "Alien") - The X-Files peeked into the Future and made an episode that deals with "Blue and Red X-Files Universes"

There is an evil X-Files Equivalent of Olivia Dunham here, a man who can cross between universes as easily as walking across his hallway. So he crosses over and shoots Agent Doggett. This causes a lot of Problems for one Monica Reyes. And her solution to this dilemma is one any Walter Bishops would also have trouble doing.

The World, particularly X-Files fans, were not ready for Alternate Universes. But this was the greatness of The X-Files, any unusual scientific theory was thought about and exploited. So for the first and only time in The X-Files, we have Parallel Universes. The idea sounds just as ludicrous in this episode as it does in Fringe, Season 1, Episode 19. But this was The X-Files, were "weird is (also) a matter of degrees."

"There is More then One of Everything" - And even in this X-Files story, the concept that if two universes exist, they interact and one cannot exist without the other- Is deftly Dealt with.


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