As a hurricane bears down on the Florida coast, the agents search for a sea monster that Arthur Dales believes is responsible for the disappearance of a couple and their son.

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George Vincent
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Angela Villareal
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At Arthur Dales' request, the agents go to Florida during a hurricane to investigate the disappearance of Mr. Dales' neighbors, two marine biologists and their son. During the storm, Mulder and Scully get stranded in an apartment building where a sea monster is on the loose. Written by Muldernscully

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Arthur Dales uses a Kenwood model TS-940S ham radio. See more »

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When the deputy pulls the Shipley jersey out of the drain at the Shipley house, the name is visible. As he turns it around to inspect the front, it shows the name on the jersey again. See more »

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Mulder: All the nuts roll down to Florida.
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References Forrest Gump (1994) See more »

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The X-Files
Written by Mark Snow
Performed by John Beal
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7 out of 10
7 July 2013 | by (New Jersey) – See all my reviews

This is where people play follow the leader. This episode which I thought was great somehow got so much bad reviews by critics. And so I went to look at the reviews from the worst X files episode that I could remember, which was "Blood" and somehow people were giving it a B+. Anyway I thought Agua Mala could have described a few things better, like there was no way Mulder and Scully should have known (based off of what they shown us) that the fresh water is what keeps this creature at bay. I'm sure if you read this story written by David Amann , then you probably wouldn't have had that problem, it was the way they casted it. But I still must give this episode a 7 out of 10 because I really enjoyed it. It wasn't no classic episode, and it wasn't one of my favorites like "Kill Switch" or "Terms of Endearment", but all in all, it was good and enjoyable!


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