The prime suspect in a murder case is a woman who has been blind since birth, leading Mulder and Scully to conclude she may possess the ability to see through a killer's eyes.

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Mulder and Scully assist local police when they suspect woman they arrested at a murder scene, Marty Glenn, is the murderer. The problem is that the woman is blind. Mulder finds it all very unlikely That a woman who has been blind from birth could actually commit the crime in question. Matty knows a great deal about the crime scene and can describe much of it in detail however. Testing confirms her blindness but Mulder begins to think that she is "seeing" things in a far different way than a normal human being can. Written by garykmcd

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Glenn refers to Marcia Clark, the prosecuting attorney in the O.J. Simpson murder case, when handed the bloody glove from the motel room. See more »

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During the last scene, Mulder's left hand and Marty Glenn's right hand change places on the bars between shots. See more »

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Det. Pennock: You are one skeptical guy, Agent Mulder.
Fox Mulder: Skeptical? I've been called a lot of things. Skeptical, however, is not one.
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References Kung Fu (1972) See more »

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Lili Taylor Shines
5 May 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I've always thought Lili Taylor was a very underrated actress. She proves her acting chops by not only effectively playing a blind woman but by capturing the vindictive and cynical nature. The plot of the episode isn't the greatest and it didn't end the way I would've wanted it to but the performances are what really make this a great episode. Imagine not only being blind but having to live your entire life through the eyes of your murderous, imprisoned father. In other words, you not only have to live your life without sight but your freedom is essentially gone as you live through the minds eye of a man in prison effectively imprisoning you as well. Taylor pulls off this difficult role perfectly, and in my opinion is one of the strongest guest stars to feature on the entire series. Normally I'd have given this episode a 7-8 but with her powerful performance I boosted it to a 9.


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