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Fox Mulder tries to communicate with a terrorist laying in a hospital bed after a terrorist attack. Cast
William Bruce Davis
- The episode ends with the song "Ho Hey" from the band The Lumineers.
- Agent Kid Miller is named after one of the children from David Duchovny, Kyd Miller Duchovny.
Agent Miller: Hello, anyone down here?
Dana Scully: Nobody but the FBI's most unwanted.
Dana Scully: [to Mulder] I've been waiting 23 years to say that!
Fox Mulder: How did it feel?
Dana Scully: Pretty good.
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Mulder and Scully meet young doppelg�ngers named Miller and Einstein. Is this a plain obvious way to try to milk more money out of The X-Files and create a young spin-off - you know, the kind of spineless spin-off that lasts for a season or two - three at best?
Also, Einstein? Really?...
MIXING TERRORISM AND MAGIC MUSHROOMS
Radical islam terrorism is a very difficult and dramatic topic. Who could have ever imagined of mixing terrorism with funny magic mushrooms mumbo-jumbo?
We go from so-called funny scenes to very dark imagery.
The plot makes no sense at all. Fox Mulder, this so-called serious profiler from the FBI, is asking to get some drugs in order to communicate with a terrorist.
The great thing about The X-Files was that it was part science and part fiction. In here, there is simply no science involved at all.
When I learned that Lauren Ambrose would join The X-Files, I was particularly happy about it, as we all remember her great performance from the brilliant series "Six Feet Under".
Here, unfortunately, her character is so bad that we don't even care for her at all.
Ironically, in the latest seasons of The X-Files, Chris Carter has become the worst screenwriters of the show.
I give this episode one star. This reaches new lows.