As Scully becomes increasingly suspicious of the "new" Mulder, the real Mulder works to find a way to switch things back to normal. Holding Mulder back from trying to switch things back is an investigation into his abnormal behavior by his colleagues. When Scully discovers the truth about the switch, Fletcher reluctantly helps her and Mulder to try and set things straight. Written by
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Just after Mulder enters General Wigmans office the boom operator can be seen over the General's left shoulder wearing a baseball cap and with his arms extended over his head. See more
You guys are the Lone Gunmen, aren't you? You guys are my heroes. I mean look at the crap you print.
We uncover the truth.
The truth? That's what's so great about you monkeys. Not only do you believe the horse pucky we create, you broadcast it as well. I mean look at this!
[headline reads: "Saddam testing mandroid army in Iraqi desert."
There is no Saddam Hussein. This guy's name is John Gillnitz, we found him doing dinner theatre in Tulsa. Did a mean "King and I." Plays good ethnics.
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References Star Trek