Once Mulder returns in this episode, he's in the remainder of the series. See more »
Knowle Rohrer is not wearing a USMC haircut, he's actually far from it. An E-8 MSgt would be more squared away than that. See more »
[Scully is lying on a motel bed, Mulder sits on the floor leaning against the bed, staring at the ceiling]
What are you thinking?
[he doesn't answer]
[speaks while continuing to look at the ceiling]
I'm thinking... I'm a guilty man. I've failed in every respect. I deserve the harshest punishment for my crimes.
You don't believe that.
I believe... that I sat in a motel room like this with you when we first met... and I tried to convince you of the truth. And in that ...
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This episode marks the return of David Duchovny to the main cast, and also credits Mitch Pilleggi in the opening titles. Five people are credited in the main credits: Gillian Anderson, David Duchovny, Robert Patrick, Annabeth Gish and Mitch Pilleggi. See more »
I agree with Rom Port, I think the series would've been better served by ending around season 7. Robbert Patrick is great as Doggett but he's no Mulder. It wasn't his fault, it was just that chemistry between Duchovny and Anderson was the core of the show. I still think this show holds up season 1-6 along with this episode, but, the last 2 seasons were a textbook case on how NOT to end a TV series. Even JJ Abrams of Lost brings up the X Files "theory", basically get out when the stories are still strong. I admire Chris Carter and I'll be honest, it's my guilty pleasure to see Mulder and Scully back on the big screen. Especially now with all the conspiracies they could find.
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