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Folie a Deux 

Mulder is taken hostage with the office coworkers of a man who claims the boss is a monster controlling their minds and turning them into zombies. Mulder and Scully believe the man to be delusional until they begin to see the same things.

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Gary Lambert
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Greg Pincus
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Agent Rice (as Roger R. Cross)
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Nancy Aaronson
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Gretchen Starns
Dmitry Chepovetsky ...
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Mrs. Loach
Robert Luft ...
Telemarketer
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Grant Gladish ...
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SWAT Commander
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Mulder and Scully are sent to Chicago after after a telemarketing firm receives anonymous threats. The company is particularly concerned as they had an employee go postal in a different office and wants to avoid another dangerous incident. One of the company's employees, Gary Lambert, is convinced that his boss Greg Pincus is literally a monster who no one else can see for what he really is. Lambert takes everyone, including Mulder, hostage but during the incident Mulder realizes that Lambert may not be the deranged madman everyone is making him out to be. Written by garykmcd

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10 May 1998 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Througout the episode Mulders fingers are seen taped together. This is from the injury received in the previous episode "The Pine Bluff Varient" See more »

Goofs

When Scully walks into AD Skinner's office to discuss the autopsy she is to perform, you can see there is no magazine loaded into Skinner's gun when he stands up and walks towards the camera. See more »

Quotes

Mulder: You have to be willing to see.
Scully: I wish it were that simple.
Mulder: Scully, you have to believe me. Nobody else on this whole damn planet does or ever will. You're my one in five billion.
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Features The Little Colonel (1935) See more »

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The X-Files
Written by Mark Snow
Performed by John Beal
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Return of the horror
11 May 2011 | by (Bulgaria) – See all my reviews

Season 5 has a lot of "conspiracy" episodes and "spy" plots. I found myself missing the good old episodes involving investigations of strange creatures. I was missing the horror. And here we have this episode - Folie a Deux - a pure horror episode! The story runs very smooth, no rushing and no boring moments. There are some nice chilling shots (with a reference to the good old zombie movies), nice cinematography and well-paced story. The plot (although nothing original) could sustain even a full-length movie, I believe. It is very interesting also how Moulder approaches the case - skeptical at the beginning, hesitant after some clues and finally - near psychotic and put into a hospital due to his absurd statements. To me it was one of the best episodes from Season 5.


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