The X-Files: Season 7, Episode 20

Fight Club (7 May 2000)
"The X Files" Fight Club (original title)

TV Episode  |  TV-14  |   |  Drama, Mystery, Sci-Fi
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Episode credited cast:
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Missionary #1
Koko's Manager #1
Bert Zupanic
Argyle Saperstein
Betty Templeton / Lulu Pfeiffer
Koko's Manager #2
Steve Kiziak ...
Man Who Looks Like Mulder
Gene LeBell ...
John Mack ...
Customer #3
Missionary #2
Witness #2


Two strikingly similar women, who do not know one another, cause people to erupt into violence upon each other, whenever these two women come in contact. Mulder and Scully set out to solve the mystery of this unexplained violence involving the two women. Written by Muldernscully

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Did You Know?


Jack McGee, playing Lulu's and Betty's biological father, is only 11 years old than the actor who portrays them, Kathy Griffin. See more »


When Betty walks into the bar, after Bert has entered and Lulu has gone to the bathroom, Argyle says, "Holy shoot," but his mouth moves as if saying "Holy shit." See more »


Scully: Mr Danfous, I am Special Agent Dana Scully with the FBI.
Bob Damphouse: What's so special about ya?
Scully: It's an FBI title, sir.
Bob Damphouse: I know it is. I'm not stupid!
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Kathy is so good
14 June 2006 | by (New Jersey) – See all my reviews

Going back and seeing Kathy in her early work is so fabulous! I absolutely love this episode. Even though the show as a whole was free falling by this point, Kathy made it great. It is hard not to laugh at her though. After seeing how good she was in this episode, it is hard to understand why she is not in more television series or in movies. The funny thing is that I can see the real Kathy even when she is playing another character. Anyway, this episode was very original and fun. By this point in the series, the X Files had become almost a comedy, which was very unfortunate. I highly recommend this episode to all Kathy Griffin fans, but hard core X File fans should stay away.

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