Five male teenagers in Connerville, Oklahoma were reported to have been struck by lightning, and one of them has survived. The most recent death draws Mulder and Scully in, and at the confrontation of local law enforcement, they must solve the case before they, too, are fried.
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While his mother is watching a Jerry Springer-type show, Darin switches to a channel broadcasting an actual music video. The video/song (released by Fox Records) is entitled "Catherine" and performed by a real 90's band called The Rosemarys
. However, fake credits for the music video appear on the TV screen: the song's title is "Mary Beth Clarke, I Love You"; it is produced by "JHartling Records"; and it is directed by a person named "Deb Brown." These fake credits were actually an in-joke just for the members of the AOL X-Philes Forum, a now defunct online community of X-Files fans. Mary Beth Clarke, JHartling, and Deb Brown were all known members of that community. See more
As Mulder and Scully leave the morgue for the first time, they pass a bottle of amber liquid labeled "Acetic Acid, glacial" on the shelf. Pure acetic acid is colorless. See more
I found it between Miss April and the Women of the Ivy League.
Almost every episode ends with a fade to black and the words "Executive Producer Chris Carter." At the end of the episode "D.P.O.," a character is flipping through channels on television, and stops on one showing Carter's credit. At the end of the episode "Post-Modern Prometheus", the final shot of Mulder and Scully turns into a comic-book frame, and a hand flips the comic book shut to reveal the book end cover with Carter's credit. See more
Live Fast, Diarrhea
Written by Warren Fitzgerald
, Joe Escalante
, Dave Quackenbush
, and Josh Freese
Performed by The Vandals
[plays at the end in the asylum] See more