When an art gallery that's showing potentially offensive artwork is bombed, Mulder and Scully seek some way to communicate with the comatose bomber in order to prevent a future attack. Meanwhile, a pair of younger FBI agents on the case push Mulder and Scully to examine their own beliefs as Scully seeks answers from neuroscience and Mulder from mysticism. Written by
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In the beginning, Mulder and Scully watch a video of people hearing sounds of trumpets apparently coming form the sky. Although the video is fictional, the phenomenon does exist and it's called "The Hum", also known as "The Apocalypse's Trumpets" or "The Apocalypse's Sound". According to the ear witnesses, it consists of a persistent loud trumpet-like sound, with no clear origin, happening randomly around the world. See more
Where Mulder and Scully are walking away from his house holding hands, you can clearly see a mike strapped to DD's chest through his jumper. The mike pack can be seen attached to his back pocket as well. See more
I saw things though, Scully. Powerful things. I saw deep and unconditional love.
I saw things too. I witnessed unqualified hate that appears to have no end.
How to reconcile the two? The extremes of our nature.
That's the question. Maybe the question of our times.
Walk with me, Scully.
References Pulp Fiction
Written by Mark Snow
Performed by John Beal See more