A rare alignment of the planets gives two teenage girls dangerous telekinetic powers.

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Scully and Mulder investigate a series deaths all involving boys from the same high school. The town is in a uproar and rumors of a satanic cult being responsible abound. Everyone in town seems to be acting out of character, including the two FBI agents. Scully has become an exaggerated caricature of her skeptical self while Mulder is even more aloof, taking to mocking her at every turn. Mulder's visit to a local astrologer however reveals an unusual planetary alignment that results in a cosmic forces being centered on two high school girls. Written by garykmcd & New_Light

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The group Danzig has a song called Deep, that is played in this episode. Also the group Live has a song, All Over You that plays during the slumber party scene. See more »

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A "Globe and Mail" newspaper vending machine can be seen in the parking lot of a diner. The Globe and Mail is a Canadian newspaper. See more »

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Dana Scully: Sure. Fine. Whatever.
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Referenced in The X Files Game (1998) See more »

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All Over You
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Another future stat found in an X-Files bit part
27 May 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Hidden away in this whimsical episode was Ryan Reynolds.

He was a bit fat. Suddenly his character in Just Friends seemed even better.

While the episode itself was yet another well titled, in fact its title is an esoteric word that at first glance appears invented by Chris Carter, episode, and the plot at times seemed all too familiar, the repeated clichés were turned into great wit, and their use fantastic.

Add to the fact that Mulder and Sculley both were pulled into the teenage fervor, being short, coy and all around immature "sure, fine, whatever," and it was a great episode.


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