A potential witness in a high-profile tobacco case under Skinner's supervision is found dead in his bathroom from mysterious circumstances. Skinner asks Mulder and Scully to assist him in ... See full summary »

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Dr. Peter Voss
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Daniel Brimley
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Anne Voss
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A potential witness in a high-profile tobacco case under Skinner's supervision is found dead in his bathroom from mysterious circumstances. Skinner asks Mulder and Scully to assist him in the investigation. They find a man who smokes a unique kind of cigarettes, the second-hand smoke of which, has deadly results for the inhaler. Written by Muldernscully

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The fictional tobacco company, Morley, is the same brand of cigarettes that CGB Spender has smoked throughout the series. See more »

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The plants in Dr. Voss' lab are not tobacco plants. They are Peace Lilies with the white blooms removed. See more »

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Thomas Gastall: Dr. Voss would be in violation of his confidentiality clause in answering questions regarding the nature of his work here at Morley. I'm sure you understand our cooperation cannot extend itself to revealing corporate secrets.
Walter Skinner: I'm not sensing any cooperation whatsoever. In fact, I'm one more non-answer away from getting a federal warrant and searching this entire building.
Thomas Gastall: Then this meeting is over.
Fox Mulder: Dr. Voss.
[toss over an evidence bag containing a bug]
Fox Mulder: Can you tell me what that is?
Dr. Peter Voss: It's a ...
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Features Guadalcanal Diary (1943) See more »

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Written by Mark Snow
Performed by John Beal
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One of the better season 7 episodes.
6 June 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Though it could clearly be seen as a propaganda episode for anti-smoking, this was clearly one of the best episodes of season 7. Ifelt as if it really got back more to the moody atmosphere that made the earlier seasons so much better. You also have Tobin Bell, who has been made famous by his character of Jigsaw from the Saw movies. Bell gives one of the best performances that i have seen in any of the episodes. In this episode the agents investigate the global Morley tobacco company. The same company that CSM smokes. The end of the episode closes out similar to the tense unresolved endings of earlier episodes.


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