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Little Green Men 

With the X-Files shut down, Mulder travels to Puerto Rico, where he attempts to uncover the meaning behind the sudden termination of a communications operation.

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Jorge Concepcion
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Dr. Troisky (as Les Carlson)
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Samantha
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With his main informant dead and the X Files shut down, Mulder finds himself reassigned to regular FBI duties. He is convinced he's being followed and his conversations listened in on. Mulder soon vanishes and heads to Puerto Rico where the giant radio communications dish at Arecibo was recently shut down. There he finds evidence and has a close encounter but Scully has tracked him down and they manage to escape just as the military arrives. Written by garykmcd

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This episode features the first visualization of Samantha's abduction. It differs from the way that Mulder talks about it in The X-Files: Pilot (1993) and The X-Files: Conduit (1993) but Chris Carter has said that this is down to Mulder's shaky remembrance of a hugely traumatic event. See more »

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Mulder tells Jorge not to go outside the hut because there is a storm outside. Leading up to this point, the background sound has been that of a seashore, not wind. Arecibo observatory is miles away from any seashore. See more »

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Scully: I was told by the Assistant Director that Mulder was gone.
Agent Morris: So?
Scully: So, whenever he's away, I feed his fish.
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References Jeopardy! (1984) See more »

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The X-Files
Written by Mark Snow
Performed by John Beal
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25 September 2006 | by (Ireland) – See all my reviews

After the exciting finale of season one the x-files returns in season two with the same level of excitement.With the x-files closed down and the two agents reassigned to other areas Mulder's belief in the truth is fast beginning to fade.However when Senator Richard Matheson gives him a new reason to believe he risks his life by going alone to Puerto Rico.Scully has to get to him and fast.ASlso in this episode Skinner begins to develop his true character by being resistant to the cigarette smoking man.He obviously dosen't share his love of cigarettes!A great return for the second series and providing the scene for many great more episodes to come


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