Everyone, including Mulder and Scully's mother, had pretty well given Scully up for dead when she suddenly reappears at a Washington hospital. Details are scanty - the hospital can't really say how she got there - but she is comatose and on a ventilator. With the help of the Lone Gunmen, Mulder learns that her DNA has been altered and that her immune system has shut down. The mysterious Mr. X fails to make contact with him and Mulder hen goes after the Cigarette Smoking Man, ready to do whatever is necessary to save his friend and partner. Written by
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gave birth by caesarian section on September 24th, 1994 to her daughter Piper. About two weeks later she returned to the X-Files set. This is probably Gillian's first postpartum episode. They obviously gave her very little to do as a performer, due to her medical condition. See more
At the open of the episode, during Margaret Scully's eulogy for her lost daughter, she states that, for a childhood birthday, Dana's brothers had given her a BB gun. The corresponding image shows two young boys with the young Dana Scully. Besides her brother Bill, no further mention is made of this second brother within the episode nor the rest of the series, and he is never again pictured. See more
You. You gave me Cancer Man's location. You put your life in danger.
Agent Mulder, every life, every day is in danger. That's just life.
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