Agent Dogget has been shot and hospitalized. The only suspect is his partner. However, she was 14 miles away when the shooting occurred. The team sticks together to solve the case of being in two places at one time.

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Agent Dogget has been shot and hospitalized. The only suspect is his partner. However, she was 14 miles away when the shooting occurred. The team sticks together to solve the case of being in two places at one time.

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During the intro sequence, the words "The truth is out there" are shown in reverse (mirror effect) in a play on the title 4-D, aka the fourth dimension. See more »

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When Doggett is in the alley with Lukesh, two police cars are pulling into the alleyway. Even if they were in parallel universes, no one ever asks what happened to the police cars. See more »

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Walter Skinner: No, it's not a spasm.
Monica Reyes: What is it?
Walter Skinner: It's Morse code.
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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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The X-Files
Written by Mark Snow
Performed by John Beal
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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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