Mulder and Scully search for two missing girls who disappeared after their fathers were murdered in an identical fashion.

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Dr. Sally Kendrick / Eve 6 (as Harriet Harris)
Erika Krievins ...
Cindy Reardon / Eve 10
Sabrina Krievins ...
Teena Simmons / Eve 9
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Dr. Katz
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Ellen Reardon
Janet Hodgkinson ...
Waitress
David Kirby ...
Ted Watkins
Tina Gilbertson ...
Donna Watkins
Christine Upright-Letain ...
Ms. Wells
Gordon Tipple ...
Detective
Garry Davey ...
Hunter
Joe Maffei ...
Guard #1
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Scully and Mulder are called into investigate a strange case of a man found sitting in his backyard having been exsanguinated and having two bite marks on his neck. The man's daughter, Teena, only remembers seeing what she calls red lighting. They've barely started the investigation when they learn there has been a virtually identical attack on the west coast. When they meet that man's daughter, Cindy, she is identical to Teena. Deep Throat provides Mulder with information about the Litchfield experiments, attempts at gene modification where children, named Adam and Eve, were produced. They trace a common link from the girls to Dr. Sally Kendrick who was fired for her position at a fertility clinic for experimenting in eugenics. The agents take the girls into protective custody but it's not the girls who need protecting. Written by garykmcd

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This episode was originally called "The Girls from Greenwich". See more »

Goofs

Highway 49 in California is nowhere near Point Reyes. See more »

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Scully: Mulder, why would alien beings travel light years to Earth in order to play doctor on cattle?
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Referenced in Gone Home (2013) See more »

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Written by Mark Snow
Performed by John Beal
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You can't be serious?
17 August 2008 | by (prejudicemadeplausible.wordpress.com) – See all my reviews

The only script by Chris Brancato and Kenneth Miller (thank God!), whose credentials include "Species II" and "Beverly Hills 90210" (eek!), the concept behind "Eve" is silly, and the execution does nothing to improve on the base idea, with little good dialogue, no good character moments, and lots and lots and LOTS of stupid, scientifically laughable technobabble.

I really expect more from "The X-Files". Seasons 2 through 8, even with some lulls in quality, rarely featured episodes as generally dumb as this one, and for all the praise for the twin girls' acting among fans, they're pretty laughable really. This is exactly the sort of episode that makes season one so much weaker than most seasons of this show, and considering that it's supposed to be a highlight of the season in terms of standalone episodes shows how weak this is, generally.

4/10


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