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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9 December 2001 (USA)  »

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Lukesh, the suspect, makes his mom a drink with Clamato juice and Texas Pete, a hot sauce that's actually made in Winston-Salem, NC. 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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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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Crazy Credits

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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Monica's Decision
Written by Mark Snow
Performed by Mark Snow
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What's the matter? Cat got your tongue?
7 July 2009 | by (Sandy, UT, United States) – See all my reviews

I have mixed feelings about 4-D. First of all I don't like the fact that they threw in the double meaning for the title by making Lukesh's apartment number 4-D. Seemed kind of pointless to do that. While I don't hate Reyes in the episode, she still has a few moments that kind of irk me. Like the completely random changing of her mind when she goes all Million Dollar Baby on Doggett right at the end. The idea for the episode is a sound one and a good one. A serial killer who can travel between alternate universes. I like it. But there were some things that needed more explanation. For example, how did Lukesh appear out of nowhere when he was nowhere near his little portal in the alley? Or was there no little portal, rather Lukesh had the ability to make portals? Or were there just multiple portals at different locations that happened to be where Lukesh needed them, and if so, how did he know where they were? Another problem, the whole if you kill the paralyzed Doggett then the non-paralyzed one comes back. First of all, two Doggetts can't be in the same universe, then how come two Lukeshes could be in the same world? If Lukesh is crossing back and forth then wouldn't his alter self in one dimension be transferred or was the alter Lukesh already dead? And if he was dead then why was he still living with his mother in apartment 4-D in both worlds? Anwyay, as I say I really do enjoy the episode for the most part. I don't like some of the unexplained stuff that doesn't make sense. I do like the final scene when Reyes see Doggett again after just killing him. But I also wonder why it was just her that remembered the whole ordeal. Maybe she was just on an acid trip or something. I give the episode a 7 out of 10.


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