Mulder and Scully investigate a series of violent killings committed by seemingly normal residents of a small town.

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Edward Funsch
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Sheriff Spencer
Ashlyn Gere ...
Bonnie McRoberts (as Kimberly Ashlyn Gere)
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Larry Winter
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Gerry Rousseau ...
Mechanic (as Gerry Rosseau)
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Harry (as Andre Daniels)
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Mrs. Adams
David Fredericks ...
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Kathleen Duborg ...
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FBI agent Fox Mulder is called in by a small-town sheriff to investigate a raft of inexplicable killings. The acts are random and committed by well-respected members of the community. Scully performs an autopsy, and Mulder turns to the Lone Gunmen with her findings. He concludes that the local municipality is using a banned pesticide that could lead to psychoses. Having found an electronic device smashed at every killing, he begins to suspect someone of making subliminal suggestions. Written by garykmcd

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The images Edward Funsch sees on the TVs in the department store are: Charles Manson, the beating by police of Rodney King, the LA riots that followed the acquittal of King's attackers, the conflagration that resulted from the FBI and ATF's storming of the Davidians compound in Waco, Texas, and the O. J. Simpson police chase. See more »

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Near the end of the episode, when the shows the frame of the ammo on the floor, the shooter is ejecting a mix of fired and unfired ammunition.

Character dumps out all the cartridges onto the floor before he starts shooting, therefore the used cartridges seen in the later scene are mixed with the unused cartridges. See more »

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Mulder: [in response to some suggestive remarks about Scully] Frohlike, it's men like you that give perversion a bad name.
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Features Bobby's World (1990) See more »

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The X-Files
Written by Mark Snow
Performed by John Beal
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Great episode - very spooky.
23 August 2009 | by (Germany) – See all my reviews

This is a great episode.

I remember watching it when it first came out and was genuinely spooked.

That last message that Mulder receives on his mobile phone just summed up the attitude of those doing the experiments perfectly. For "them", whoever they were, morality and ethics did not factor into the equation.

Anyway, great stuff. Quite funny seeing this episode again recently and realizing just how old those old laptops and mobile phones look! He he :-)


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