With inside information courtesy of Deep Throat, Mulder heads off to Wisconsin where the Defense Department is in the process of reclaiming a downed UFO. He sets off on his own and finds the crash site only to be knocked out by a soldier. In the brig, he meets Max Fenig, a UFO enthusiast who was also arrested for being too close to the clean up site. Mulder, who has been working on his own, is rescued by Scully but he is clearly in big trouble and faces a professional conduct hearing. When Fenig is found dead, it is clear that there are forces within the government who will go to any length to keep the existence of alien life forms a secret. Written by
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This is the first episode that references the line "Trust no one." See more
In the second scene, when the technicians are explaining the erratic flight pattern of whatever their radar picked up, one says that it "dropped off the screen at 2418," indicating the use of military time. There is no 2400 hours on a military clock. It begins at 0000 hours and ends at 2359 before starting back over. See more
Say no more. You're a cautious man. Trust no one. Very wise. After what happened to JFK, I understand completely.
References The Godfather: Part II