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Bert Zupanic
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Argyle Saperstein
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Burt's Opponent
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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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During the prelude, the bumper stickers on Betty"s car state "EAT RIGHT. EXERCISE. DIE ANYWAY" and "Cleverly Disguised As A RESPONSIBLE ADULT". See more »

Goofs

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 »

Quotes

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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What's so special about you!!!
19 July 2007 | by (Sandy, UT, United States) – See all my reviews

I actually quite enjoyed this episode. I mean it starts out with a couple Jehova's Witnesses beating the crud out of each other. Then Mulder and Scully's stunt doubles. Those scenes are pretty novel just to watch especially the first time. Another reason I like this is because ever since I saw Big Business I have been intrigued with the idea that there could be someone else out there that looks EXACTLY like me! That would be so wild! HA! Anyway I know I'm probably way too easily amused but hey whatchagonnado? Finally the clincher for why I like this episode: "The sound of your voice is like a jackhammer on my eardrums!" I look at this episode as Chris Carter and crew just messing around and having fun for a bit. The story isn't all that amazing or profound but it is fun to watch the actors having fun. I give it a 7/10.


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