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Fight Club 

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 ... See full summary »

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Bert Zupanic
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Argyle Saperstein
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Burt's Opponent
Gene LeBell ...
Bartender
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Betty Templeton / Lulu Pfeiffer
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Koko's Manager #1
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Koko's Manager
Nicole Bush ...
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John Mack ...
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Arlene Warren ...
Woman Who Looks Like Scully (as Arlene Pileggi)
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Man Who Looks Like Mulder
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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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7 May 2000 (USA)  »

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Mulder and Scully's look-alike FBI counterparts are played by David Duchovny's stunt double and Gillian Anderson's stand-in, respectively. See more »

Goofs

When Burt meets Betty Templeton at the bar and Lulu Pfeiffer walks in, starting the havoc inside it, there is a bottle of Stolichnaya vodka (a real brand) sitting among other drinks in the background. A couple frames after, the same bottle reads "Slotichnaya". See more »

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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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References Dizzy Dishes (1930) See more »

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The X-Files
Written by Mark Snow
Performed by John Beal
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3 January 2007 | by (Japan) – See all my reviews

Rob Van Dam is listed in the credits here. He is an actual wrestler who, as of January 2007, works for the WWE. As this appeared in 2000, he was not with the WWE, and was with the old ECW, which appeared on TNN.

The episode itself is a bit goofy and experimental, which generally characterizes any Chris Carter-written non-mythos episode, as this one is. Kathy Griffin, a comedic actress, is one of the main characters in this episode, but she does not do much comedic work. Her presence in the episode only seems to suggest danger. The script is written in such a way that Ms. Griffin's character(s) may actually be one and the same person who keep meeting each other. The presence of Mulder and Scully look alikes at the beginning of the episode seem to suggest that this may be a case of parallel universes intersecting or overlapping. Scully's theory about the origin of the girls, which relies on knowledge of artificial insemination, doesn't hold up in light of the look-alikes, and the presence of a doppleganger or double for the male guest star lead in this episode.

Parallel universe? Or sperm that just won't die? You decide.


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