Scully and another agent, Jack Willis, are on a stakeout in a bank that they believe has been targeted by a pair of married robbers. In the ensuing gunfire, both the robber and Agent Willis are seriously wounded. At the hospital, Agent Willis is revived and the robber, Dupre, dies. As time goes on, Mulder becomes convinced that it is Dupre's consciousness that survived but in Willis' body. Scully is disbelieving even after Mulder demonstrates that the new Willis is now left-handed and has forgotten Scully's birthday, even though they were born the same day. When Jack takes Scully prisoner, it's up to Mulder to rescue her. Written by
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When Willis/Dupre is re-qualifying at the shooting range his Beretta 92 experiences a stovepipe jam. Note the empty casing wedged between the breech and barrel chamber. FBI agents are trained to clear such malfunctions and continue firing. Dupre would not have known this. See more
Scully describes Jack's high sugar intake from soda causing him to suffer from high blood sugar. She describes high blood sugar as hypoglycemia, but he would be experiencing hyperglycemia. Hypoglycemia is low blood sugar. See more
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It means... it means whatever you want it to mean.
Referenced in Gone Home
Written by Mark Snow
Performed by John Beal See more