A small Indian man on a creaky cart is believed to have the ability to leap into people's bodies.

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Trevor
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Quinton (as Jordan Blake Warkol)
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Beggar Man
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Andy Hubbell ...
Quinton's Father
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Mrs. Holt
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Trevor's Mother
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Mr. Burrard
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Mr. Potocki
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Teacher
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Bellboy
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Trevor's Father
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A small Indian man on a creaky cart is believed to have the ability to leap into people's bodies.

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21 January 2001 (USA)  »

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During the autopsy of Hugh Potoki, Dogget says that Hugh tipped the bellboy and that dead men don't tip. Hugh didn't tip the bellboy, he just stared vacantly out the window and ignored him See more »

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When the Beggar has Quinton cornered in the classroom, just as Scully enters with the Principal the Boom Mic becomes visible just left from the center of the shot. See more »

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John Doggett: I try to keep an open mind, but it tends to shut my eyes.
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Worst Ever
24 November 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Normally, my response to any X-Files episode which comes under extreme criticism is: It's just a TV show- get over it! As a series, I consider The X-files one of the best series in recently TV history. Most of the plots have some basis in reality, even if they did twist the facts to fit the show. The series gave you something to think about. This episode; however, was pure junk. Completely senseless and tasteless. There was no clear motivation for killings. INCONSISTENCIES everywhere. When David Duchovny left the show, he took a lot with him. This episode made me think the writers must've left the show, too. Season 1-7 were a success, season 8 struggled to get somewhere, and here it appears to have reached the bottom. Move along- nothing to see here, folks...


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