The X-Files: Season 6, Episode 2

Drive (15 Nov. 1998)
"The X Files" Drive (original title)

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A man infected with a deadly pathogen climbs into Mulder's car and tells him to keep the vehicle moving. Scully's attempts to produce an antidote.

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A man infected with a deadly pathogen climbs into Mulder's car and tells him to keep the vehicle moving. Scully's attempts to produce an antidote.

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The idea exploring the secret military experimental use of low-frequency waves is based on two real-life military experiments, Project HAARP and Project ELF. The former is an army experiment dealing with electromagnetic radiation in the Earth's ionosphere, and the second is a navy experiment dealing with long wavelengths. See more »

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When Mulder and Krump are coming down the hill where Scully is waiting, both drivers side windows are rolled down. But when Mulder stop's and Scully run's up to the car Krump's window is rolled up. See more »

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Dana Scully: [in a low voice, but angrily in Kersh's office] Big piles of manure!
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stop ur bitching - a great ep
18 February 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Cool action - yeah the premise has been done - but not this way - that's the trick. hey folks - SHOCK - it's an X-File.

To me - it's cool that Scully/Mulder have almost no scenes together -- they have to adapt, rely on each other's intrinsic sense about what's really going on - and each other's adaptation skills. They read into each other's moves and get the job done.... (sort of).

Oh yeah --- really good acting -- do these people get paid to do this? Or- a slow day when the convenience store doesn't call them into work. (hey - Duchovny - where's the day-old donuts?? Malcolm - get to school...)


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