An investigation into possible Werewolf sightings brings Mulder and Scully to Los Angeles. There they run into a crew filming a 'COPS' episode. While being followed around by the 'COPS' camera crew, Mulder and Scully trail a monster that appears to be able to change into each victim's own worst nightmare. Written by
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In this episode, Mulder & Scully try to track down a mysterious entity that manifests itself as the worst fears of the victims it kills. One of the victims is apparently attacked by a manifestation of Freddy Krueger. In the "Nightmare on Elm Street" films, Freddy Krueger's power was dependent upon the fear of victims he haunted and subsequently killed in their dreams. See more
Just before the raid on Chucos crack house, as Mulder and Scully are getting their vests on, the boom mike knocks a leaf off the overhanging bush/tree which lands in shot on the boot of their car. After a moment the cameraman manages to frame it out of shot. See more
[examining the Deputy's wound
Unfortunately though, Deputy, you've been bitten. The skin is broken. Werewolf law pretty much universally holds that someone who's been bitten by such a creature is gonna become such a creature himself, so...
Deputy Keith Wetzel
Now, wait a minute! I mean... that's not what really happened, though.
I'm sorry, but you gonna have to be isolated and kept under guard.
Sgt. Paula Duthie
[glaring at Mulder
With all due respect, what the *bleep* are you talking about?
I'm talking about preventing this man ...
This episode has two opening credits sequences. The first is the standard opening of the Fox reality series "Cops" (1989), with which this is a crossover (except with images of Mulder and Scully from the episode among the standard police scenes). The regular series credits appear following the teaser. See more
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