The origins of the Lone Gunmen and their relationship with Mulder are revealed in this episode. All three were at a computer and electronics trade show in Baltimore in 1989 when they put their antagonism to one another aside to help a woman, Susann Modeski, who claims her boyfriend kidnapped her daughter. In fact, she's a government scientist on the run from security officers. She tells them about a massive government conspiracy and they inform their new found friend Mulder, who finds it all a bit far-fetched. Written by
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The game that Byers' co-worker plays on his computer is Dig Dug, a Namco arcade title released in arcades in 1982, and on home computers throughout the 1980s See more
Near the end a dark car is driving away from the Baltimore Guardian newspaper office. As the car is driving away a billboard for "CBC Radio Two" is briefly visible revealing this was shot in Canada rather than then United States. See more
[trying to explain some improbable events
That was the last we saw of him. Almost immediately the police got there. We panicked and hid. You know the rest.
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