While driving through northern Florida with two other FBI agents en route to a team-building seminar, Scully and Mulder are drawn into the disappearance of several men in a wooded area. Rumors are soon circulating in the nearby town that there are monsters in the woods. Mulder soon believes there is definitely something in the woods causing these deaths and nature itself may be seeking revenge in the form of invisible creatures. He and Scully go off into the woods and encounter the creatures firsthand.
Did You Know?
Singing "Joy to the World (Jeremiah was a Bullfrog)" to Mulder is one of Gillian Anderson
's favorite moments in the entire series. See more
The Latin phrase "Ad Noctum" on the post is bad grammar, should be "Ad Noctem." See more
Mulder? We've got this conference. They're waiting.
Yeah. How do I say this without using any negative words, Scully?
You want me to tell them that you're not going to make it to this year's teamwork seminar.
Yeah. You see that? We don't need that conference. We have communication like that - unspoken. You know what I'm thinkin'.
Joy the World
Written by Hoyt Axton
Performed by Gillian Anderson
[Scully sings the Three Dog Night's song to wounded Mulder] See more