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The Lone Gunmen, with the (unwanted) aide of Morris Fletcher, must stop a destructive virus from entering the populace.

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Dana Scully
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Monica Reyes
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Walter Skinner
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Jimmy Bond
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Yves Adele Harlow / Lois Runce
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Kimmy the Geek
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John Gillnitz
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Professor Douglas Houghton
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Leonard Southall
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Storyline

The lone Gunman go out on a limb to try to help an old friend. In the process of trying to stop a new unkown virus, the trio seal themselves in with the terrorist to stop the spread of it. Sealing their fate, and taking themselves down with the terrorist. How will they get out of this one? Written by sethstephens46

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Trivia

The facility noted in the opening scene as U.S.C.G Base, Miami FL is actually the Headquarters, U.S. Pacific Air Forces at Hickam AFB, HI. See more »

Quotes

Morris Fletcher: Once upon a time, there were three... how should I put this... geeks. Three more unlikely heroes... there never were. It wasn't long before their naiveté nearly got them killed. Until they hooked up with an FBI agent... And began publishing a - what shall I call it? "rag" called "The Lone Gunmen". From their cramped basement office they pointed fingers at powerful, evil forces... And some not so evil. In their own unique way, the three gunmen were patriots, fighting the good fight. And provided...
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Crazy Credits

At the start of this episode the drawing shown on a sheet of paper was that of the Jupiter 2 spaceship from Lost In Space. See more »

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References Happy Days: Hollywood: Part 3 (1977) See more »

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The X-Files
Written by Mark Snow
Performed by John Beal
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