In Africa, Scully searches for answers for Mulder's condition by studying rubbings taken from the fallen spacecraft. Back in D.C., Skinner tries to help Mulder by finding Michael Kritschgau at Mulder's request, who may know what is causing Mulder's accelerated brain activity.
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When Mulder is being tested by Kritschgau for psychic abilities, Mulder jokingly asks "Who ya gonna call?" The test is similar to the one performed on a co-ed in Ghostbusters by Bill Murray 's character Dr. Venkman. Michael Ensign, who appears in this episode as Dr. Barnes, is the hotel manager in Ghostbusters. See more
When Mulder has a seizure, the doctor tells Skinner to hold his head, while he and Fowler restrain Mulder's arms and legs. This is not medically accepted seizure procedure. Protocol dictates the seizing person be rolled onto his side and allowed to move around, with only his head supported to prevent injury, but not grabbed around the jaw in the manner that Skinner uses. See more
Mulder, it's me. I know that you can hear me. If you can just give me some sign. I want you to know where I've been... what I found. I think that, if you know, that you could find a way to hold on. I need you to hold on. I found a key... the key... to every question that has ever been asked. It's a puzzle... but the pieces are there for us to put together and I know that they can save you if you can just hold on. Mulder... please. Hold on.
Referenced in The X Files: Resist or Serve
Written by Mark Snow
Performed by John Beal See more