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The X-Files Episode Guide

Version 2.20  December 2, 1995
Copyright 1995 by Cliff Chen

This guide may be freely distributed, provided it is kept in its entirety and original form. Please only distribute in its entirety. Permission to reproduce, print, or publish portions of this guide must be obtained from the author. Questions, comments, and corrections are welcomed and may be sent to the author at: fidodido@pacificnet.net

Background

      _The X-Files_ is a FOX show created by Chris Carter dealing with two

FBI agents who work with the "X-Files," cases which could not be explained easily and often involve the paranormal. The show is filmed in Vancouver, British Columbia. The show premiered on September 10, 1993 and is normally shown Fridays at 9 PM (Eastern/Pacific) and 8 PM (Central/Mountain).

      There are several satellite feeds for the show.  However, T1/7 on

Fridays at 1 PM is recommended.

      _The X-Files_ is broadcast in North America (United States, Canada,

and Mexico), but can also be seen in Australia, Brazil, Finland, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Mexico, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, Singapore, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, and the United Kingdom. All dates herein reflect only North American broadcasts.

Correspondence

If you wish to write in appreciation/support of the show, the addresses are:

   Chris Carter                    Jonathan Littman
   Executive Producer              Vice President of Current Programming
   "The X-Files"
   Fox Broadcasting Company        Fox Broadcasting Company
   10201 W. Pico Blvd.             P.O. Box 900
   Los Angeles, CA  90064          Beverly Hills, CA  90123

Note: The different addresses for Fox are more or less interchangable.

     Regardless of the one you use, your correspondence should reach its
     destination.

E-mail can be sent to comment on the show at: the_xfiles@delphi.com

Also, Charles Kennedy, the Vice President of Programming Research at Fox has obtained an Internet address where you can send e-mail to comment on their shows, please include "X-Files" in your subject to help them sort the mail. His address is: foxnet@delphi.com

Fan mail for either David or Gillian can be sent to:

   <David/Gillian>
   c/o X-Files Production Office
   Building 10
   110-555 Brooks Bank Ave
   North Vancouver, B.C.
   Canada  V7J 3S5

Creation's Official X-Files Fan Club is about to open its membership. However, the address has not been finalized. In the meantime, they can be contacted at the following address:

   The Official X-Files Fan Club
   411 North Central Ave
   Suite 300
   Glendale, CA  91203

There is an older, more established fan club, which you can contact by sending a self-addressed stamped envelope to:

   The X-Files Fan Club            (Canadian address)
   P.O. Box 3138                   c/o S. Bartle
   Nashua, NH  03061-3138          4404 Perry Street
                                   Vancouver, B.C.
                                   CANADA  V5N 3X5

Cast of Characters (alphabetically by actor's name)

Agent Dana Katherine Scully (Gillian Anderson – pronounced [JILL-ee-an])

      Dr. Dana Scully plays the skeptic, insisting that everything has a

logical scientific explanation, although her exposure to the X-Files certainly has given her cause to question her own beliefs. She was assigned to work with Agent Mulder to keep an eye on him and determine if his activities are worth the time he spends working on them. She was recruited out of medical school and saw the FBI as a place to distinguish herself.

Agent Fox William Mulder (David Duchovny – pronounced [duh-KUV-nee])

      Agent Fox Mulder is one of the FBI's greatest detectives with his

photographic memory and his background as a psychologist which has helped him to profile many serial killers. His interest in the paranormal made him dig into the X-Files and also gave some higher officials in the bureau cause to believe him eccentric, reinforcing the nickname "Spooky" which he received in the academy. His fascination with extraterrestial life began in his childhood when his sister disappeared – Fox claims she was abducted by aliens.

Assistant Director Walter S. Skinner (Mitch Pileggi)

      One of the heads of the FBI who often answers to a higher authority

regarding the X-Files. However, he has proven himself to be sympathetic to Mulder and is not happy about the role he must play in the grand scheme of things.

Other Important Players

Frohike (Tom Braidwood)

      One of the three editors of "The Lone Gunman," a paranoid

publication devoted to exposing the hidden conspiracies of the US government. Frohike is best described as the most unkempt of the three, with greying hair and glasses.

"Hispanic Man" (Lenno Britos)

      A member of the secret consortium which also includes the "Smoking

Man" and "Well-Manicured Man." (Note: The name "Hispanic Man" was given by the writers.)

Section Chief Scott Blevins (Charles Cioffi)

      Head of the Office of Professional Responsibility who was the one

who assigned Scully to the X-Files division to keep and eye on Mulder.

Captain William Scully (Don Davis)

      Dana's deceased father who was a captain in the US Navy.  He often

referred to her as "Starbuck," a reference to _Moby Dick_ as he is "Ahab."

"Smoking Man" (William B. Davis)

      A quiet man who clearly holds a lot of sway in the government.  It

does appear that he is a member of some secret organization that controls what the people know. (Note: The name "Smoking Man" was taken from the credits following

      "Tooms.")

William Mulder (Peter Donat)

      This dark and moody man is Fox's father.  He held a job under the

Secretary of State in the past. He is divorced and lives in West Tisbury, MA.

Langly (Dean Haglund)

      One of the three editors of "The Lone Gunmen."  Langly is the one

with long blonde hair and glasses.

"Deep Throat" (Jerry Hardin)

      This mysterious and influential man first appeared to warn Mulder

about Ellens Air Force Base. He has provided Mulder with a lot of classified information, and in doing so, places his own life in danger. His reasons for helping Mulder are his own, but he claims that it is a form of penitence. (Note: The name "Deep Throat" was given to him by the writers and was first

      spoken aloud in "The Erlenmeyer Flask.")

Byers (Bruce Harwood)

      One of the three editors of "The Lone Gunman."  Byers is the one

brown hair with moustache and beard and usually dresses in a suit.

Margaret Scully (Sheila Larken)

      Dana's widowed mother.

Agent Alex Krycek (Nicholas Lea)

      Krycek insinuates himself as Mulder's partner while Mulder and

Scully are kept divided. While he appears to be a believer, his agenda definitely doesn't jive with Mulder's.

Melissa Scully (Melinda McGraw)

      Dana's older sister who is quite the opposite of Dana, being open

to the metaphysical.

"Well-Manicured Man" (John Neville)

      Another member of the secret consortium who appears to be helpful

to Mulder and Scully, but insists that his motives are completely selfish. (Note: The name "Well-Manicured Man" was given by the writers.)

Mrs. Mulder (Rebecca Toolan)

      Fox's divorced mother who lives in Martha's Vineyard.

Albert Hosteen (Floyd "Red Crow" Westerman)

      A Navajo Indian who was a code-talker during World War II.

"Mr. X" (Steven Williams)

      An acquaintance of Deep Throat who also has given Mulder secret

information to further his investigations. However, unlike Deep Throat, this information seems to be given reluctantly. (Note: The name "Mr. X" was given by the writers.)

Episodes

1.1 Pilot: "The X-Files" 9/10/93

   writer: Chris Carter               director: Robert Mandel
      Dr. Scully is given the assignment to watch over the activities of
   a certain Agent Mulder and decide if his work is worthwhile to the
   FBI.  He takes her to investigate the murder of several high school
   classmates in Oregon whom he believes have been experimented on by
   aliens.
      Billy Miles  ....................  Zachary Ansley
      Section Chief Scott Blevins  ....  Charles Cioffi
      Smoking Man  ....................  William B. Davis
      Dr. Jay Nemman  .................  Cliff DeYoung
      Theresa Nemman  .................  Sarah Koskoff
      Detective Miles  ................  Leon Russom

1.2 "Deep Throat" 9/17/93

   w: Chris Carter                    d: Daniel Sackheim
      Mulder and Scully head out to Ellens Air Force Base in Idaho,
   against the wishes of some very mysterious and powerful people.  The
   investigation begins with the disappearance of one of the test pilots
   and leads to the implication of possible experimentation on UFOs by the
   military.
      Section Chief Scott Blevins  ....  Charles Cioffi
      Paul Mossinger  .................  Michael Bryan French
      Emil  ...........................  Seth Green
      Deep Throat  ....................  Jerry Hardin
      Col. Robert Budahas  ............  Andrew Johnston
      Zoe  ............................  Lalainia Lindejerg
      Kissell  ........................  Vince Metcalfe
      Ladonna  ........................  Monica Parker
      Anita Budahas  ..................  Gabrielle Rose

1.3 "Squeeze" 9/24/93

   w: Glen Morgan & James Wong        d: Harry Longstreet
      A gruesome murder without motive, clear M.O., or point of entry
   bears resemblance to an X-File killer.  However, the X-File cases took
   place in 1933 and 1963.  Mulder and Scully attempt to track down and
   stop this century old killer.
      Detective Frank Briggs  .........  Henry Beckman
      Agent Tom Colton  ...............  Donal Logue
      Eugene Victor Tooms  ............  Doug Hutchison

1.4 "Conduit" 10/1/93

   w: Alex Gansa & Howard Gordon      d: Daniel Sackheim
      A woman who claims to have seen a UFO as a child has her teenage
   daughter disappear while on a camping trip.  The signs seem to indicate
   alien involvement.  But the key to solving the mystery may be the
   woman's young son instead of the missing daughter.
      Sioux City Sheriff  .............  Michael Cavanaugh
      Section Chief Scott Blevins  ....  Charles Cioffi
      Ruby  ...........................  Taunya Dee
      Pennsylvania Pub Bartender  .....  Don Gibb
      Tessa  ..........................  Shelley Owens
      Kevin Morris  ...................  Joel Palmer
      Darlene Morris  .................  Carrie Snodgress
      Holtzman  .......................  Don Thompson

1.5 "The Jersey Devil" 10/8/93

   w: Chris Carter                    d: Joe Napolitano
      The discovery of a cannibalized human body in New Jersey State Park
   sends Mulder and Scully to Atlantic City.  Despite obvious police
   cover-ups, Mulder continues his investigation of what may be a missing
   link in human evolution.  Meanwhile, Scully attends her god-son's
   birthday party, which leads to some reflection on her future social
   plans.
      Ranger Peter Brullet  ...........  Michael MacRae
      Dr. Diamond  ....................  Gregory Sierra
      Creature  .......................  Claire Stansfield
      Detective Thompson  .............  Wayne Tippit

1.6 "Shadows" 10/22/93

   w: Glen Morgan & James Wong        d: Michael Katleman
      When two very odd corpses appear in Philadelphia, Mulder and Scully
   are requested to take a look at them.  The investigation turns up a
   secretary whose employer recently committed suicide and a strange force
   which seems to protect her.
      Robert Dorlund  .................  Barry Primus
      Lauren Kytes  ...................  Lisa Waltz

1.7 "Ghost in the Machine" 10/29/93

   w: Alex Gansa & Howard Gordon      d: Jerrold Freedman
      Following the electrocution of a computer company's CEO, Mulder's
   old partner asks for help with the case.  With the advice of Deep
   Throat, Mulder and Scully must stop the murderer, all the while
   fighting off the defense department and the building itself.
      Agent Nancy Spiller  ............  Gillian Barber
      Agent Jerry Lamana  .............  Wayne Duvall
      Deep Throat  ....................  Jerry Hardin
      Brad Wilczek  ...................  Rob LaBelle
      Claude Peterson  ................  Blu Mankuma

1.8 "Ice" 11/5/93

   w: Glen Morgan & James Wong        d: David Nutter
      When the Arctic Ice Core project's final transmission is a crazed
   scientist saying "We are not who we are," Mulder and Scully become part
   of an investigative team sent to the Alaskan site.  Upon arrival, they
   discover that the unearthing of an unearthly parasite could spell
   trouble for them as well.
      Dr. Hodge  ......................  Xander Berkeley
      Dr. Nancy DaSilva  ..............  Felicity Huffman
      Dr. Denny Murphy  ...............  Steve Hytner
      Bear  ...........................  Jeff Kober

1.9 "Space" 11/12/93

   w: Chris Carter                    d: William Graham
      After a space shuttle launch is aborted and evidence of some bizarre
   sabotage is found, a NASA worker asks Mulder and Scully to take a look
   around.  Meanwhile, the former astronaut who is in charge of the
   mission is apparently haunted by something he encountered during a
   spacewalk on a previous mission.
      Lt. Col. Marcus Aurelius Belt  ..  Ed Lauter
      Michelle Generoo  ...............  Susanna Thompson

1.10 "Fallen Angel" 11/19/93

   w: Howard Gordon & Alex Gansa      d: Larry Shaw
      Mulder is tipped off by Deep Throat about a government cover-up of a
   UFO crash site.  He is not the only one interested, as he discovers a
   fellow UFO enthusiast whose appearance seems rather coincidental.  So
   the military tries to keep Mulder away while trying to bring a certain
   other being in.  But when he is discovered, Mulder's position in the
   FBI is jeopardized.
      Col. Calvin Henderson  ..........  Marshall Bell
      Max Fenig  ......................  Scott Bellis
      Section Chief Joseph McGrath  ...  Frederick Coffin
      Deep Throat  ....................  Jerry Hardin

1.11 "Eve" 12/10/93

   w: Kenneth Biller & Chris Brancato d: Fred Gerber
      Mulder and Scully check out the curious murder of a man in
   Connecticut.  When they discover that another man in California was
   killed simultaneously in the same manner, the uncanny resemblance of
   the two men's daughters seems more than coincidental.  So, when the
   first child disappears, the two decide to keep an eye on the remaining
   child.  What they find isn't alien, but rather something much more
   familiar.
      Deep Throat  ....................  Jerry Hardin
      Dr. Sally Kendrick/Eve 6,7,8  ...  Harriet Harris
      Cindy Reardon  ..................  Erika Krievens
      Teena Simmons  ..................  Sabrina Krievens

1.12 "Fire" 12/17/93

   w: Chris Carter                    d: Larry Shaw
      An old flame of Mulder's tries to enlist his aid to protect a
   visiting Parliament member and lights a small spark of jealousy in
   Scully.  Mulder must overcome his fear of fire to take on the hot-
   headed pyrokinetic serial killer.
      Sir Malcolm Marsden  ............  Dan Lett
      Lady Marsden  ...................  Laurie Paton
      Inspector Phoebe Green  .........  Amanda Pays
      Bob/Cecil L'Ively  ..............  Mark Sheppard

1.13 "Beyond the Sea" 1/7/94

   w: Glen Morgan & James Wong        d: David Nutter
      After Scully's father passes away, her skepticism is tested by a
   prisoner on death row who claims that by using recently gained psychic
   powers, he can help catch a kidnapper.  Without Mulder's guidance, she
   must decide for herself whether or not the man's visions are truth or a
   by-product of her grief.
      Captain William Scully  .........  Don Davis
      Luther Lee Boggs  ...............  Brad Dourif
      Lucas Jackson Henry  ............  Lawrence King
      Margaret Scully  ................  Sheila Larken

1.14 "GenderBender" 1/21/94

   w: Larry Barber & Paul Barber      d: Rob Bowman
      A series of sexually related killings confound the two agents who
   aren't certain if the murderer is male or female.  The clues lead them
   to a small Amish-like community called the Kindred in Massachusetts who
   are more puzzling than the serial killer.
      Sister Abigail  .................  Michele Goodger
      Brother Andrew  .................  Brent Hinkley
      Marty [Male]  ...................  Peter Stebbings
      Marty [Female]  .................  Kate Twa

1.15 "Lazarus" 2/4/94

   w: Alex Gansa & Howard Gordon      d: David Nutter
      During a trap set for a bank robber, a fellow agent and friend of
   Scully's is shot by the criminal, whom Scully shoots in turn.  While
   the agent is brought back from apparent death, he takes on the persona
   of the dead criminal whom he has chased for nearly a year.  Scully
   sticks with him during his "trauma," but Mulder believes that he is not
   who he is.
      Agent Jack Willis  ..............  Christopher Allport
      Agent Ruskin  ...................  Jackson Davies
      Warren James Dupre  .............  Jason Schombing
      Lula Phillips  ..................  Cec Verrell

1.16 "Young at Heart" 2/11/94

   w: Scott Kaufer & Chris Carter     d: Michael Lange
      A criminal captured by a younger, fresh-from-the-academy Fox Mulder
   seems to be making good on his promise of vengeance against the agent.
   Now an older, wiser Mulder must attempt to find this elusive stalker
   who may not be wiser...or older.
      Young John Barnett  .............  Alan Boyce
      Agent Henderson  ................  Christine Estabrook
      Deep Throat  ....................  Jerry Hardin
      Doctor at N.I.H.  ...............  Graham Jarvis
      Dr. Joe Ridley  .................  Robin Mossley
      Older John Barnett  .............  David Petersen
      Joe Crandall  ...................  Gordon Tipple
      Agent Reggie Purdue  ............  Dick Anthony Williams

1.17 "E.B.E." 2/18/94

   w: Glen Morgan & James Wong        d: William Graham
      After a downed UFO crashes near Iraqi airspace, an unmarked truck
   carrying its occupant is assailed in Tennessee, causing multiple UFO
   sightings.  Drawn by the event, Mulder and Scully find themselves
   tracking the trailer, with the help and hindrance of Deep Throat.
      Frohike  ........................  Tom Braidwood
      Langly  .........................  Dean Haglund
      Deep Throat  ....................  Jerry Hardin
      Byers  ..........................  Bruce Harwood
      Ranheim/Frank Druce  ............  Peter LaCroix

1.18 "Miracle Man" 3/18/94

   w: Howard Gordon & Chris Carter    d: Michael Lange
      The inexplicable deaths of several people at the hands of a faith
   healer send Mulder and Scully into the Bible belt.  The deaths have
   shaken the miracle worker's faith in his gift, but not before Mulder
   experiences some of the boy's power.
      Samuel Hartley  .................  Scott Bairstow
      Sheriff Maurice Daniels  ........  R.D. Call
      Reverend Calvin Hartley  ........  George Gerdes
      Leonard Vance  ..................  Dennis Lipscomb

1.19 "Shapes" 4/1/94

   w: Marilyn Osborn                  d: David Nutter
      The shooting of a Native American draws Mulder's attention as the
   murderer believed he had shot an animal of some sort.  But an Indian
   myth and some strange evidence seem to indicate the possibility of
   lycanthropy, the very phenomenon which opened the very first X-File.
      Ish  ............................  Jimmy Herman
      Sheriff Charles Tskany  .........  Michael Horse
      Lyle Parker  ....................  Ty Miller
      Gwen Goodensnake  ...............  Renae Morriseau
      Jim Parker  .....................  Donnelly Rhodes

1.20 "Darkness Falls" 4/15/94

   w: Chris Carter                    d: Joe Napolitano
      Mulder pulls some strings to be assigned to a case involving the
   disappearance of 30 loggers in Washington state.  They discover that
   the loggers, in illegally cutting down a tree, faced a punishment far
   worse than what the judicial system would have done.  Now the two
   agents must try to avoid the same dark fate.
      Larry Moore  ....................  Jason Beghe
      Perkins  ........................  Barry Greene
      Steve Humphreys  ................  Tom O'Rourke
      Dyer  ...........................  Ken Tremblett
      Doug Spinney  ...................  Titus Welliver

1.21 "Tooms" 4/22/94

   w: Glen Morgan & James Wong        d: David Nutter
      Eugene Tooms, a mutant killer brought in by Mulder and Scully, is
   released based on psychiatric re-evaluation and lack of evidence.  So
   Mulder sets out to prevent Tooms from killing for the fifth and final
   liver he needs, while Scully attempts to locate more definitive
   evidence.  Both tasks made more difficult by their superiors insistence
   that they work by the book.
      Detective Frank Briggs  .........  Henry Beckman
      Smoking Man  ....................  William B. Davis
      Eugene Victor Tooms  ............  Doug Hutchison
      Dr. Aaron Monte  ................  Paul Ben Victor

1.22 "Born Again" 4/29/94

   w: Howard Gordon & Alex Gansa      d: Jerrold Freedman
      A little girl is tied to the deaths of two Buffalo policemen, but
   the possibility that she is the murderer is ludicrous.  So Mulder and
   Scully begin an investigation of the eight year old, turning up
   evidence that may help to solve a nine year old murder case.  A case
   Mulder believes was the death of the girl's past life.
      Dr. Sheila Braun  ...............  P. Lynn Johnson
      Anita Fiore  ....................  Mimi Lieber
      Michelle Bishop  ................  Andrea Libman
      Tony Fiore  .....................  Brian Markinson
      Detective Sharon Lazard  ........  Maggie Wheeler
      Judy Bishop  ....................  Dey Young

1.23 "Roland" 5/6/94

   w: Chris Ruppenthal                d: David Nutter
      A mentally handicapped janitor seems to be the only suspect in the
   murders of two members of a propulsion research team.  Yet the evidence
   of advanced theoretical work seems to eliminate the possibility, until
   Mulder and Scully uncover his relationship to a scientist whose brain
   has been cryogenically preserved.
      Dr. Keats  ......................  Garry Davey
      Roland Fuller/Dr. Arthur Grable    Zeljko Ivanek
      Mrs. Stodie  ....................  Micole Mercurio
      Tracy  ..........................  Kerry Sandomirsky
      Dr. Frank Nollette  .............  James Sloyan
      Dr. Ronald Surnow  ..............  Matthew Walker

1.24 "The Erlenmeyer Flask" 5/13/94

   w: Chris Carter                    d: R.W. Goodwin
      When Deep Throat points out a news story about a fugitive who
   apparently drowned, Mulder and Scully cannot see what makes it special.
   But with his insistence, they discover evidence of secret government
   experimentation with extraterrestrial DNA.  However, the evidence and
   everyone who has seen it is quickly being eliminated.
      Smoking Man  ....................  William B. Davis
      Dr. Anne Carpenter  .............  Anne DeSalvo
      Crew Cut Man  ...................  Lindsey Ginter
      Deep Throat  ....................  Jerry Hardin
      Dr. Terrance Allen Berube  ......  Ken Kramer
      Captain Roy Lacerio  ............  Jim Leard
      Dr. William Secare  .............  Simon Webb

2.1 "Little Green Men" 9/16/94

   w: Glen Morgan & James Wong        d: David Nutter
      Long after the shutdown of the X-Files division, Mulder finds his
   own belief in the truth waning.  So when an old friend gives him a new
   reason to believe, he goes alone to an abandoned SETI program site in
   Puerto Rico.  Concerned, Scully tries to contact him before someone or
   something else does.
      Senator Richard Matheson  .......  Raymond J. Barry
      Smoking Man  ....................  William B. Davis
      Jorge Concepcion  ...............  Mike Gomez
      Samantha [Age 8]  ...............  Vanessa Morley
      Mulder [Age 12]  ................  Marcus Turner

2.2 "The Host" 9/23/94

   w: Chris Carter                    d: Daniel Sackheim
      A man's decomposed body is found in the sewers of Newark, NJ and
   Mulder is given this supposedly routine murder case.  But after
   Scully's autopsy turns up a parasite living inside the body and a sewer
   worker is attacked and bitten by something, it opens up a whole new can
   of worms.
      Detective Norman  ...............  Freddy Andeiuci
      Agent Brisentine  ...............  Marc Bauer
      Flukeman  .......................  Darin Morgan

2.3 "Blood" 9/30/94

   w: Glen Morgan & James Wong        d: David Nutter
   story by: Darin Morgan
      A recent rash of killings in the small town of Franklin, PA brings
   Mulder to profile the murderers.  A task made more difficult by the
   fact that none of them had any previous history of violence and all
   died at the end of their berserker rages.  The only clues he has is
   some destroyed electronics and an unknown organic substance.
      Frohike  ........................  Tom Braidwood
      Sheriff Spencer  ................  John Cygan
      Harry McNally  ..................  Andre Daniels
      Bonnie McRoberts  ...............  Kimberly Ashlyn Gere
      Langly  .........................  Dean Haglund
      Taber  ..........................  John Harris
      Byers  ..........................  Bruce Harwood
      Edward Funsch  ..................  William Sanderson
      County Supervisor Larry Winter  .  George Touliatos

2.4 "Sleepless" 10/7/94

   w: Howard Gordon                   d: Rob Bowman
      An audio cassette hidden in his morning paper brings Mulder to
   request the case of a scientist's death consistent with burning,
   despite the lack of any evidence of any flames or burns.  He is given
   his request...along with a new partner.  But together they must find
   the murderer before the case can be laid to rest.
      Smoking Man  ....................  William B. Davis
      Salvatore Matola  ...............  Jonathan Gries
      Agent Alex Krycek  ..............  Nicholas Lea
      Augustus Cole  ..................  Tony Todd
      Mr. X  ..........................  Steven Williams

2.5 "Duane Barry" 10/14/94

   w: Chris Carter                    d: Chris Carter
      An ex-FBI agent escapes from a mental hospital and holds several
   people hostage in a travel agency.  Mulder and Krycek are sent in to
   help with the negotiations since the man claims to have been a UFO
   abductee.  Part one of two.
      Agent Alex Krycek  ..............  Nicholas Lea
      Agent Lucy Kazdin  ..............  CCH Pounder
      Duane Barry  ....................  Steve Railsback
      Dr. Del Hakkie  .................  Frank C. Turner

2.6 "Ascension" 10/21/94

   w: Paul Brown                      d: Michael Lange
      Returning home to find the phone message left by Scully, Mulder
   immediately sets off to locate Duane Barry, but is unable to make any
   headway until a police video from a traffic violation yields a clue
   which lifts his spirits.  Part two of two.
      Smoking Man  ....................  William B. Davis
      Margaret Scully  ................  Sheila Larken
      Agent Alex Krycek  ..............  Nicholas Lea
      Duane Barry  ....................  Steve Railsback
      Mr. X  ..........................  Steven Williams

2.7 "3" 11/4/94

   w: Glen Morgan & James Wong        d: David Nutter
   original script: Chris Ruppenthal
      Despite Scully's absence, Mulder finds the strength to continue his
   work on the recently reopened X-Files.  When he recognizes a Los
   Angeles killing as the work of the Trinity murderers, a trio of killers
   with a fetish for drinking blood, it gives him work in which to immerse
   himself.
      Detective Nettles  ..............  Frank Ferrucci
      Detective Munson  ...............  Tom McBeath
      The Son aka John  ...............  Frank Military
      The Father  .....................  Gustavo Moreno
      Kristen Kilar  ..................  Perrey Reeves
      The Unholy Spirit  ..............  Justina Vail

2.8 "One Breath" 11/11/94

   w: Glen Morgan & James Wong        d: R.W. Goodwin
      Scully mysteriously appears in a Washington D.C. hospital, kept
   alive almost entirely by machines.  Frustrated by his inability to help
   her, Mulder drives himself crazy trying to find the people responsible.
   Though his quest for vengeance could make him exactly like those whom
   he despises.
      Frohike  ........................  Tom Braidwood
      Dr. Daly  .......................  Jay Brazeau
      Nurse G. Owens  .................  Nicola Cavendish
      Captain William Scully  .........  Don Davis
      Smoking Man  ....................  William B. Davis
      Langly  .........................  Dean Haglund
      Byers  ..........................  Bruce Harwood
      Margaret Scully  ................  Sheila Larken
      Melissa Scully  .................  Melinda McGraw
      Mr. X  ..........................  Steven Williams

2.9 "Firewalker" 11/18/94

   w: Howard Gordon                   d: David Nutter
      A malfunction in a robot designed for volcanic exploration yields
   evidence of a lifeform living in the caves.  When this lifeform
   seemingly causes the death of a member of the research team, Mulder and
   Scully are flown out to the site to investigate before anyone else
   dies.
      Peter Tanaka  ...................  Hiro Kanagawa
      Eric Parker  ....................  David Kaye
      Vosberg  ........................  David Lewis
      Dr. Adam Pierce  ................  Tuck Milligan
      Jason Ludwig  ...................  Leland Orser
      Technician  .....................  Torben Rolfsen
      Jesse O'Neil  ...................  Shawnee Smith
      Dr. Daniel Trepkos  .............  Bradley Whitford

2.10 "Red Museum" 12/9/94

   w: Chris Carter                    d: Win Phelps
      Several Wisconsin teens are found wandering outside in their
   underwear with "He is one" scrawled on their backs.  Mulder and Scully
   travel to investigate this aberrant behavior, though the strangest
   thing in this meat-producing area is a cult of vegetarian "walk-ins." 
      Beth Kane  ......................  Gillian Barber
      Sheriff Mazeroski  ..............  Steve Eastin
      Crew Cut Man  ...................  Lindsey Ginter
      Richard Odin  ...................  Mark Rolston
      Gird Thomas  ....................  Paul Sand

2.11 "Excelsis Dei" 12/16/94

   w: Paul Brown                      d: Stephen Surjik
      Mulder and Scully's latest case begins with the rape and battery of
   a nurse in a Massachusetts convalescent home.  What makes it an X-File
   is her claim that her attacker was invisible.  But upon their arrival,
   they discover that the unrest is not limited only to the live-in
   residents.
      Dorothy  ........................  Frances Bay
      Stan Phillips  ..................  Eric Christmas
      Hal Arden  ......................  David Fresco
      Michelle Charters  ..............  Teryl Rothery
      Gung Bittouen  ..................  Sab Shimono

2.12 "Aubrey" 1/6/95

   w: Sara B. Charno                  d: Rob Bowman
      In a dream, a policewoman experiences the memory of a serial killing
   and unearths the body of the FBI agent sent to investigate it nearly 50
   years ago.  When the serial killer strikes again, Mulder and Scully
   work with the detective to determine the killer's identity.
      Mrs. Thibedeaux  ................  Joy Coghill
      Lieutenant Brian Tillman  .......  Terry O'Quinn
      Detective B.J. Morrow  ..........  Deborah Strang
      Harry Cokely  ...................  Morgan Woodward

2.13 "Irresistible" 1/13/95

   w: Chris Carter                    d: David Nutter
      An female corpse, dug-up and mutilated, is brought to Mulder's
   attention by a Minnesota agent claiming it as the work of aliens.
   Mulder believes otherwise and is vindicated when a similarly mutilated
   prostitute is found.  Meanwhile Scully has to deal with how this case
   seems to be affecting her.
      Donald Addie Pfaster  ...........  Nick Chinlund
      Toews  ..........................  Robert Thurston
      Agent Moe Bocks  ................  Bruce Weitz
      Agent Karen E. Kosseff  .........  Christine Willes
      Marilyn  ........................  Denalda Williams

2.14 "Die Hand Die Verletzt" 1/27/95

   w: Glen Morgan & James Wong        d: Kim Manners
      Some teenagers' feign an occult ritual in an attempt to score and
   inadvertantly cause the murder of one of their group.  When Mulder and
   Scully are called to look into the matter, the town's real worshippers
   attempt to hide their tracks though they fear that the boys' attempt to
   "get some," got them more than they thought.
      Phyllis H. Paddock  .............  Susan Blommaert
      Jim Ausbury  ....................  Dan Butler
      Pete Calcagni  ..................  Shaun Johnson
      Shannon Ausbury  ................  Heather McComb

2.15 "Fresh Bones" 2/3/95

   w: Howard Gordon                   d: Rob Bowman
      When a soldier stationed at a resettlement camp for Haitians drives
   himself into a tree, Mulder and Scully are called by the grieving and
   fearful wife.  Her fears of a voodoo curse seem only to be reinforced
   by the beliefs and actions of many of the local residents, including a
   few of the other soldiers.
      Colonel Wharton  ................  Daniel Benzali
      Private Jack McAlpin  ...........  Kevin Conway
      Private Kittel  .................  Roger Cross
      Robin McAlpin  ..................  Katya Gardner
      Private Harry Dunham  ...........  Matt Hill
      Lieutenant Foyle  ...............  Peter Kelamis
      Skinny Man  .....................  Adrien Malebranche
      Groundskeeper  ..................  Callum Keith Rennie
      Chester Bonaparte  ..............  Jamil Walker Smith
      Mr. X  ..........................  Steven Williams
      Pierre Bauvais  .................  Bruce Young

2.16 "Colony" 2/10/95

   w: Chris Carter                    d: Nick Marck
   story by: Chris Carter & David Duchovny
      A newspaper ad placed to locate a certain doctor sets off the murder
   of several people with the same face.  When Scully and Mulder locate
   another look-alike, they work to find him before the killer does.
   Coming to Mulder's aid is another familiar face, but one he wasn't
   expecting.  Part one of two.
      CIA Agent Ambrose Chapel  .......  Tom Butler
      William Mulder  .................  Peter Donat
      Dr. Landon Prince/Gregor's  .....  Dana Gladstone
      FBI Agent  ......................  David L. Gordon
      Field Doctor  ...................  Bonnie Hay
      Federal Marshall  ...............  Tim Henry
      Agent Barry Weiss  ..............  Andrew Johnston
      Samantha Mulder  ................  Megan Leitch
      Military Policeman  .............  Michael McDonald
      First Jailer  ...................  Capper McIntyre
      Mrs. Mulder  ....................  Rebecca Toolan
      Pilot  ..........................  Brian Thompson

2.17 "End Game" 2/17/95

   w: Frank Spotnitz                  d: Rob Bowman
      When Scully is taken captive by the bounty hunter, Mulder must give
   up a recently returned loved one in exchange.  However, when his trap
   goes awry, Mulder tracks the hunter far to the icy north in an effort
   to find the one he has lost twice.  Part two of two.
      Lieutenant Terry Wilmer  ........  Colin Cunningham
      William Mulder  .................  Peter Donat
      Samantha Mulder  ................  Megan Leitch
      Pilot  ..........................  Brian Thompson
      Mr. X  ..........................  Steven Williams
      Paramedic  ......................  Beatrice Zeilinger

2.18 "Fearful Symmetry" 2/24/95

   w: Steve DeJarnatt                 d: James Whitmore, Jr.
      The death of a federal construction worker and the destruction of
   various property can only be tied to an escaped elephant.  Yet the
   witnesses claim to have seen no animals which might have caused the
   turmoil.  So, Mulder and Scully check out the local zoo whose claim to
   fame is that they've never had a successful animal birth.
      Ray Floyd  ......................  Charles Andre
      Willa Ambrose  ..................  Jayne Atkinson
      Frohike  ........................  Tom Braidwood
      Kyle Lang  ......................  Lance Guest
      Byers  ..........................  Bruce Harwood
      Ed Meecham  .....................  Jack Rader

2.19 "Dod Kalm" 3/10/95

   w: Howard Gordon & Alex Gansa      d: Rob Bowman
   story by: Howard Gordon
      The last known position of the U.S.S. Argent was in the Norwegian
   equivalent of the Bermuda Triangle until a boatload of survivors is
   found.  What particularly catches Mulder's inquisitive eye is that all
   of these sailors appear to have aged many decades in the course of
   days.
      Halverson  ......................  Mar Anderson
      Lieutenant Richard Harper  ......  Dmitry Chepovetsky
      Captain Barclay .................  David Cubitt
      Ionesco  ........................  Stephen Dimopoulos
      Olafsson  .......................  Vladimir Kulich
      Sailor  .........................  John McConnach
      Nurse  ..........................  Bob Metcalfe
      Burke  ..........................  Claire Riley
      Henry Trondheim  ................  John Savage

2.20 "Humbug" 3/31/95

   w: Darin Morgan                    d: Kim Manners
      Mulder and Scully must find the paranormal among the abnormal when
   they are sent to investigate a long standing series of ritualistic
   killings which match no known patterns.  The latest of which was the
   death of the "alligator man," just one of many sideshow acts around
   which the town of Gibsonton, FA is built.
      Mr. Nutt  .......................  Michael Anderson
      Curator  ........................  Alex Diakun
      The Conundrum  ..................  The Enigma
      Sheriff Hamilton  ...............  Wayne Grace
      Jerald Glazebrook  ..............  John Payne
      Dr. Blockhead aka Jeffrey Swaim    Jim Rose
      Lanny  ..........................  Vincent Schiavelli
      Waiter  .........................  Debis Simpson
      Glazebrook [older]  .............  Blair Slater
      Hepcat Helm  ....................  George Tipple
      Glazebrook [younger]  ...........  Devin Walker

2.21 "The Calusari" 4/14/95

   w: Sara B. Charno                  d: Michael Vejar
      A photograph taken just prior to the death of a two year old boy
   yields evidence of some supernatural intervention which piques Mulder's
   curiosity.  When another death in the family occurs, the grandmother of
   the remaining child requests the aid of some Romanian ritualists in
   order to cleanse the home of evil.
      Charlie/Michael Holvey  .........  Joel Palmer
      Golda  ..........................  Lilyan Chauvin
      Maggie Holvey  ..................  Helena Clarkson
      Dr. Charles Burk  ...............  Bill Dow
      Head Calusari  ..................  Kay E. Kuter
      Steve Holvey  ...................  Ric Reid
      Teddy Holvey  ...................  Oliver & Jeremy Isaac Wildsmith
      Agent Karen E. Kosseff  .........  Christine Willes
      

2.22 "F. Emasculata" 4/28/95

   w: Chris Carter & Howard Gordon    d: Rob Bowman
      Mulder and Scully find themselves sent to a penitentiary in order to
   participate in the retrieval of two escaped convicts.  Confused about
   the reason for FBI involvement, they look a little deeper and discover
   a highly contagious and deadly disease has infected many of the
   inmates, and possibly the two escapees as well.
      Smoking Man  ....................  William B. Davis
      Paul  ...........................  John Pyper-Ferguson
      U.S. Marshal Tapia  .............  Dean Norris
      Dr. Simon Auerbach  .............  Morris Panych
      Dr. Osbourne  ...................  Charles Martin Smith
      Steve  ..........................  John Tench
      Angelo Garza  ...................  Angelo Vacco

2.23 "Soft Light" 5/ 5/95

   w: Vince Gilligan                  d: James Contner
      An ex-student of Scully's asks Mulder and Scully to help her with
   her first investigation concerning a number of disappearances with very
   few clues.  Mulder ponders the idea of spontaneous human combustion but
   rethinks it when they find a man who is afraid of his own shadow.
      Government Scientist  ...........  Forbes Angus
      Second Officer  .................  Steve Bacic
      Detective Barron  ...............  Nathaniel Deveaux
      Barney  .........................  Guyle Fraizer
      Dr. Christopher Davey  ..........  Kevin McNulty
      Doctor  .........................  Robert Rozen
      Dr. Chester Ray Banton  .........  Tony Shalhoub
      Detective Kelly Ryan  ...........  Kate Twa
      Mr. X  ..........................  Steven Williams
      Night Nurse  ....................  Donna Yamamoto

2.24 "Our Town" 5/12/95

   w: Frank Spotnitz                  d: Rob Bowman
      Dudley, Arkansas is the site of the latest investigation for Mulder
   and Scully, who are sent to find a missing poultry inspector.  The case
   takes a twist when another poultry worker is shot after she goes
   insane, giving Mulder a hunch that the townfolk really are what they
   eat.
      Sheriff Tom Arens  ..............  Gary Grubbs
      Doris Kearns  ...................  Caroline Kava
      George Kearns  ..................  John MacLaren
      Creighton Jones  ................  Hrothgar Matthews
      Walter Chaco  ...................  John Milford
      Paula Gray  .....................  Gabrielle Miller
      Dr. Vance Randolph  .............  Robin Mossley
      Jess Harold  ....................  Timothy Webber

2.A "The Secrets of the X-Files" 5/19/95

   w: Ron Scalera & Bart Montgomery
      A one hour special retrospective on the first two seasons of the
   show.
      Narrator  .......................  Richard Courtney

2.25 "Anasazi" 5/19/95

   w: Chris Carter                    d: R.W. Goodwin
   story by: David Duchovny & Chris Carter
      The trust that Mulder and Scully is sorely tested when Mulder begins
   acting strangely.  His aberrant behavior is compounded when the Lone
   Gunmen direct him to a hacker who managed to break into some very
   closely guarded files.  So, the Smoking Man quickly takes action while
   Scully investigates Mulder's abnormalcy.  Part one of three.
      Frohike  ........................  Tom Braidwood
      Thinker aka Kenneth Soona  ......  Bernie Coulson
      Smoking Man  ....................  William B. Davis
      Antonio  ........................  Aurelio Dinunzio
      William Mulder  .................  Peter Donat
      Langly  .........................  Dean Haglund
      Byers  ..........................  Bruce Harwood
      Agent Alex Krycek  ..............  Nicholas Lea
      Agent Kautz  ....................  Paul McLean
      Father  .........................  Byron Chief Moon
      Josephine Doane  ................  Renae Morriseau
      Senior FBI Agent  ...............  Michael David Simms
      Albert Hosteen  .................  Floyd "Red Crow" Westerman

3.1 "The Blessing Way" 9/22/95

   w: Chris Carter                    d: R.W. Goodwin
      The Smoking Man works quickly to recover the stolen computer files,
   but finds himself thwarted by a man whom he hope is dead.  Meanwhile,
   Scully finds herself at a loss for her next step and turns to her family
   for support, since Mulder is otherwise engaged fighting for survival.
   Part two of three.
      M.D.  ...........................  Forbes Angus
      Frohike  ........................  Tom Braidwood
      Hispanic Man  ...................  Lenno Britos
      Camouflage Man  .................  Mitchell Davies
      Smoking Man  ....................  William B. Davis
      William Mulder  .................  Peter Donat
      Security Guard  .................  Ernie Foort
      Tour Guide  .....................  Benita Ha
      Deep Throat  ....................  Jerry Hardin
      Eric Hosteen  ...................  Dakota House
      Dr. Mark Pomerantz  .............  Alf Humphreys
      Margaret Scully  ................  Sheila Larken
      Agent Alex Krycek  ..............  Nicholas Lea
      Melissa Scully  .................  Melinda McGraw
      Well-Manicured Man  .............  John Neville
      Senior FBI Agent  ...............  Michael David Simms
      Mrs. Mulder  ....................  Rebecca Toolan
      Minister  .......................  Ian Victor
      Albert Hosteen  .................  Floyd "Red Crow" Westerman
      Elder  ..........................  Don S. Williams

3.2 "Paper Clip" 9/29/95

   w: Chris Carter                    d: Rob Bowman
      Reunited, Mulder and Scully locate an old scientist from Nazi
   Germany, pardoned through Operation Paper Clip.  The information he
   gives them leads to their discovery of something which could mean
   their deaths.  Part three of three.
      Frohike  ........................  Tom Braidwood
      Smoking Man  ....................  William B. Davis
      Victor Klemper  .................  Walter Gotell
      Langly  .........................  Dean Haglund
      Byers  ..........................  Bruce Harwood
      Margaret Scully  ................  Sheila Larken
      Agent Alex Krycek  ..............  Nicholas Lea
      Well-Manicured Man  .............  John Neville
      Mrs. Mulder  ....................  Rebecca Toolan
      Albert Hosteen  .................  Floyd "Red Crow" Westerman

3.3 "D.P.O." 10/6/95

   w: Howard Gordon                   d: Kim Manners
      Mulder is skeptical over a coroner's report regarding the fifth
   person to be struck by lightning in a small Oklahoma town.  Their
   investigation into the latest death seems to point to the only person
   to have survived a lightning strike, an emotionally-charged youth.
      Stan Buxton  ....................  Peter Anderson
      Jack Hammond  ...................  Mar Andersons
      Zero  ...........................  Jack Black
      Traffic Cop  ....................  Brent Chapman
      First Paramedic  ................  Jason Anthony Griffith
      Sheriff Teller  .................  Ernie Lively
      Frank Kiveat  ...................  Steve Makaj
      Darren Peter Oswald  ............  Giovanni Ribisi
      Mrs. Oswald  ....................  Kate Robbins
      Sharon Kiveat  ..................  Karen Witter

3.4 "Clyde Bruckman's Final Repose" 10/13/95

   w: Darin Morgan                    d: Rob Bowman
      Skeptical of a famous psychic's predictions regarding the murder
   of several prognosticators, Mulder instead finds someone who he
   believes truly can predict the future.  Though catching the killer
   could prove difficult, particularly if the murderer can also see into
   his future.
      Photographer  ...................  Greg Anderson
      Clyde Bruckman  .................  Peter Boyle
      The Stupendous Yappi  ...........  Jaap Broeker
      Detective Cline  ................  Frank Cassini
      Puppet  .........................  Stu Charno
      Tarot Dealer  ...................  Alex Diakun
      Madame Zelma  ...................  Karin Konoval
      Detective Havez  ................  Dwight McFee
      Mr. Gordon  .....................  David MacKay
      Clerk  ..........................  Ken Roberts

3.5 "The List" 10/20/95

   w: Chris Carter                    d: Chris Carter
      A death row inmate's promise of reincarnation for the purpose of
   avenging the injustice of his execution begins to be fulfilled with the
   death of one of the Florida prison's guards.  The fear of his
   retribution has everyone scrambling to determine if they are on the
   list of his five victims, including Mulder and Scully who are trying to
   determine how he has returned to execute his tormentors.
      Key Guard  ......................  Denny Arnold
      Guard  ..........................  Craig Brunanski
      Napoleon "Neech" Manley  ........  Badja Djola
      Chaplain  .......................  Joseph Patrick Finn
      Vincent Parmelly  ...............  Ken Foree
      Danielle Manley  ................  April Grace
      Fornier  ........................  Mitchell Kosterman
      Perry Simon  ....................  Bruce Pinard
      Ullrich  ........................  Paul Raskin
      Danny Charez  ...................  Greg Rogers
      John Speranza  ..................  John Toles-Bey
      Warden Leo Brodeur  .............  J.T. Walsh
      Sammon Roque  ...................  Bokeem Woodbine

3.6 "2Shy" 11/3/95

   w: Jeffrey Vlaming                 d: David Nutter
      Meeting insecure women through an on-line service, a serial killer
   seduces his prey with the right words.  However, Mulder and Scully
   determine these killings are far from ordinary by the presence of a
   strange substance coating the victims, a substance which seems to
   digest the fatty acids in flesh.
      Virgil Incanto  .................  Timothy Carhart
      Monica  .........................  Glynis Davies
      Detective Alan Cross  ...........  James Handy
      Jennifer  .......................  Suzy Joachim
      Lauren MacKalvey  ...............  Randi Lynne
      Agent Kazanjian  ................  William MacDonald
      Jesse  ..........................  Aloka McLean
      Ellen Kaminsky  .................  Catherine Paolone
      Joanne Steffen  .................  Kerry Sandomirsky

3.7 "The Walk" 11/10/95

   w: John Shiban                     d: Rob Bowman
      Another failed suicide attempt by a patient in a military hospital
   interests Mulder with the talk of a "phantom soldier" which has
   prevented the man's death.  The general in charge is at first opposed
   to the FBI's involvement until the invisible killer begins stalking
   him.  But none believe when the primary suspect is a quadraplegic.
      Frances Callahan  ...............  Andrea Barclay
      Quinton "Roach" Freely  .........  Willie Garson
      Army Doctor  ....................  Deryl Hayes
      General Thomas Callahan  ........  Thomas Kopache
      Trevor Callahan  ................  Brennan Kotowich
      Amputee  ........................  Rob Lee
      Ward Nurse  .....................  Paula Shaw
      Captain Janet Draper  ...........  Nancy Sorel
      Lt. Colonel Victor Stans  .......  Don Thompson
      Leonard "Rappo" Trimble  ........  Ian Tracey
      Burly Nurse  ....................  Beatrice Zeilinger

3.8 "Oubliette" 11/17/95

   w: Charles Grant Craig             d: Kim Manners
      When a young girl is kidnapped from her home, a fast food worker
   miles away collapse on the job, apparently experiencing exactly what
   the child is feeling.  When Mulder learns that the woman was kidnapped
   and held hostage for years as a child, he begins to believe that she
   may be the key to help find the missing girl.
      Myra Jacobs  ....................  Sidonie Boll
      Carl Wade  ......................  Michael Chieffo
      Lucy Householder  ...............  Tracey Ellis
      Mr. Larken  .....................  David Fredericks
      Henry  ..........................  Jacques LaLonde
      Special Agent Walt Eubanks  .....  Ken Ryan
      Fast Food Supervisor  ...........  Dolly Scarr
      Amy Jacobs  .....................  Jewel Staite
      Tow Truck Driver  ...............  Dean Wray

3.9 "Nisei" 11/24/95

   w: Chris Carter & Howard Gordon & Frank Spotnitz
   d: David Nutter
      A mail order videotape of an alien autopsy blossoms into a much
   more complicated investigation when Mulder and Scully find the
   distributor of the tape murdered in his own home apparently by a
   high-ranking Japanese diplomat.  Following up individual leads, Scully
   finds herself recognized by complete strangers while Mulder tries to
   find out more about the origin of the video.  Part one of two.
      Penny  ..........................  Gillian Barber
      Senator Richard Matheson  .......  Raymond J. Barry
      Agent Pendrell  .................  Brendan Beiser
      Frohike  ........................  Tom Braidwood
      Langly  .........................  Dean Haglund
      Byers  ..........................  Bruce Harwood
      Dr. Takeo Ishimaru  .............  Robert Ito
      Lottie Holloway  ................  Corrine Koslo
      Red-Haired Man  .................  Stephen McHattie
      Coast Guard Officer  ............  Paul McLean
      Kazuo Sakurai  ..................  Yasuo Sakurai
      Diane  ..........................  Lori Triolo
      Mr. X  ..........................  Steven Williams

3.10 "731" 12/1/95

   w: Frank Spotnitz                  d: Rob Bowman
      Scully takes Mr. X's advice to heart and investigates more into
   the implant she removed from her neck.  Mulder, having ignored the
   advice given him, finds himself trapped on the train with a Japanese
   scientist and the man sent to kill him.  Part two of two.
      Agent Pendrell  .................  Brenden Beiser
      Escalante  ......................  Colin Cunningham
      Smoking Man  ....................  William B. Davis
      Dr. Shiro Zama aka Dr. Takeo
         Ishimaru  ....................  Robert Ito
      Red-Haired Man  .................  Stephen McHattie
      Conductor  ......................  Michael Puttonen
      Elder  ..........................  Don S. Williams
      Mr. X  ..........................  Steven Williams

3.11 "Revelations" 12/15/95?

      Reverend Findley  ...............  R. Lee Ermey
      Mrs. Tynes  .....................  Nicole Robert
      Susan Kryder  ...................  Hayley Tyson
      Millennium Man  .................  Kenneth Welsh
      School Nurse  ...................  Selina Williams
      Kevin Kryder  ...................  Kevin Zegers

Season 1 History (1993-1994)

Note: All dates are the national US broadcast dates, any local pre-emptions

     or reschedulings are not reflected.

Code Episode Air Date Rebroadcasts —- ——- ——– ———— 1X79 "The X-Files" (1.1) 9/10/93 1/17/94* 11/ 6/94* 1X01 "Deep Throat" (1.2) 9/17/93 12/24/93 6/24/94 1X02 "Squeeze" (1.3) 9/24/93 12/ 3/93 6/10/94 11/ 4/95* 1X03 "Conduit" (1.4) 10/ 1/93 12/14/93* 5/27/94 1X04 "Jersey Devil" (1.5) 10/ 8/93 12/31/93 7/22/94 1X05 "Shadows" (1.6) 10/22/93 3/ 4/94 5/26/95 1X06 "Ghost in the Machine" (1.7) 10/29/93 1/14/94 1X07 "Ice" (1.8) 11/ 5/93 1/17/94* 8/12/94 3/ 3/95 1X08 "Space" (1.9) 11/12/93 1/28/94 8/22/94* 1X09 "Fallen Angel" (1.10) 11/19/93 3/29/94* 11/13/94* 1X10 "Eve" (1.11) 12/10/93 3/11/94 8/26/94 1X11 "Fire" (1.12) 12/17/93 3/25/94 11/20/94* 1X12 "Beyond the Sea" (1.13) 1/ 7/94 4/ 8/94 12/22/95? 1X13 "GenderBender" (1.14) 1/21/94 5/20/94 7/21/95 1X14 "Lazarus" (1.15) 2/ 4/94 6/ 3/94 9/ 2/94 1X15 "Young at Heart" (1.16) 2/11/94 6/17/94 8/19/94 1X16 "E.B.E." (1.17) 2/18/94 7/ 8/94 11/27/94* 1X17 "Miracle Man" (1.18) 3/18/94 7/ 1/94 1X18 "Shapes" (1.19) 4/ 1/94 10/28/94 8/ 4/95 1X19 "Darkness Falls" (1.20) 4/15/94 8/ 5/94 12/ 2/94 1X20 "Tooms" (1.21) 4/22/94 7/15/94 11/ 4/95* 1X21 "Born Again" (1.22) 4/29/94 8/22/94* 1X22 "Roland" (1.23) 5/ 6/94 7/29/94 1X23 "The Erlenmeyer Flask" (1.24) 5/13/94 9/ 9/94 9/ 1/95

* - indicates "Special Presentations," i.e. - episodes broadcast on a

    different night and time.

Pre-emptions: 10/15/93 - _Baseball Relief_

             11/26/93 - _Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II_
              2/25/94 - _Hot Shots_

Awards/Honors: Average Nielsen ratings for this season: 6.4

              Overall Nielsen ranking:  102nd out of 118 shows.
              Best Drama Series given by the Environmental Media Awards
                 for the episode "Darkness Falls"
              Nominated for an Edgar Award by the Mystery Writers of
                 America for "The Erlenmeyer Flask"
              Endorsed by the Viewers for Quality Television.
              Emmy Nominations:
                 Outstanding Individual Achievement in Graphics Design and
                    Title Sequence
                 Outstanding Individual Achievement for Main Title Theme
                    Music (Mark Snow)

Season 2 History (1994-1995)

Code Episode Air Date Rebroadcasts —- ——- ——– ———— 2X01 "Little Green Men" (2.1) 9/16/94 12/23/94 9/ 8/95 2X02 "The Host" (2.2) 9/23/94 12/30/94 2X03 "Blood" (2.3) 9/30/94 1/20/95 2X04 "Sleepless" (2.4) 10/ 7/94 3/17/95 2X05 "Duane Barry" (2.5) 10/14/94 6/ 2/95 2X06 "Ascension" (2.6) 10/21/94 6/ 9/95 2X07 "3" (2.7) 11/ 4/94 6/16/95 2X08 "One Breath" (2.8) 11/11/94 6/23/95 2X09 "Firewalker" (2.9) 11/18/94 3/24/95 2X10 "Red Museum" (2.10) 12/ 9/94 4/21/95 2X11 "Excelsis Dei" (2.11) 12/16/94 4/ 7/95 2X12 "Aubrey" (2.12) 1/ 6/95 6/30/95 2X13 "Irresistible" (2.13) 1/13/95 7/ 7/95 2X14 "Die Hand Die Verletzt" (2.14) 1/27/95 7/14/95 2X15 "Fresh Bones" (2.15) 2/ 3/95 12/ 8/95? 2X16 "Colony" (2.16) 2/10/95 8/15/95* 2X17 "End Game" (2.17) 2/17/95 8/15/95* 2X18 "Fearful Symmetry" (2.18) 2/24/95 2X19 "Dod Kalm" (2.19) 3/10/95 11/24/95* 2X20 "Humbug" (2.20) 3/31/95 10/27/95 2X21 "The Calusari" (2.21) 4/14/95 7/28/95 2X22 "F. Emasculata" (2.22) 4/28/95 8/11/95 2X23 "Soft Light" (2.23) 5/ 5/95 8/25/95 2X24 "Our Town" (2.24) 5/12/95 N/A "The Secrets of the X-Files" 5/19/95* 9/ 4/95* 2X25 "Anasazi" (2.25) 5/19/95 9/15/95

Pre-emptions: 11/25/94 - _Beethoven_

              8/18/95 - NFL Preseason Game

Awards/Honors: Average Nielsen rating for this season: 14.5

              Overall Nielsen ranking:  64th out of 141 shows.
              Best TV Drama Series by the Environmental Media Awards for
                 the episode "Fearful Symmetry."
              Cinematographer John Bartley nominated for an Outstanding
                 Achievement Award by American Society of Cinematographers
                 for his work on "Duane Barry."
              Endorsed by the Viewers for Quality Television
              Quality Awards nominations:
                 Best Drama
                 Best Actor in a Drama (David Duchovny)
                 Best Actress in a Drama (Gillian Anderson)
              Nominated by Television Critic's Association for Best Drama.
              Golden Globe Award for Best Television Series--Drama.
              Emmy nominations:
                 Outstanding Individual Achievement in Cinematography for
                    a Series (John Bartley, "One Breath")
                 Outstanding Individual Achievement in Editing for a
                    Series--Single Camera Production (James Coblentz,
                    "Duane Barry")
                 Outstanding Individual Achievement in Editing for a
                    Series--Single Camera Production (Stephen Mark,
                    "Sleepless")
                 Outstanding Sound Editing for a Series (Supervising Sound
                    Editor: Thierry Couturier; Dialogue Editors: Machiek
                    Malish, Chris Reeves, Marty Stein, Jay Levine; Sound
                    Effects Editors: Stuart Calderon, Michael Kimball,
                    David Van Slyke, Susan Welsh, Chris Fradkin, Matt
                    West; Music Editor: Jeff Charbonneau; ADR Editor:
                    Debby Ruby Winsberg, "Duane Barry")
                 Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series (C.C.H.
                    Pounder, "Duane Barry")
                 Outstanding Individual Achievement in Writing in a
                    Dramatic Series (Chris Carter, "Duane Barry")
                 Outstanding Drama Series

Season 3 History (1995-1996)

Code Episode Air Date Rebroadcasts —- ——- ——– ———— 3X01 "The Blessing Way" (3.1) 9/22/95 3X02 "Paper Clip" (3.2) 9/29/95 3X03 "D.P.O." (3.3) 10/ 6/95 3X04 "Clyde Bruckman's Final 10/13/95

      Repose" (3.4)

3X05 "The List" (3.5) 10/20/95 3X06 "2Shy" (3.6) 11/ 3/95 3X07 "The Walk" (3.7) 11/10/95 3X08 "Oubliette" (3.8) 11/17/95 3X09 "Nisei" (3.9) 11/24/95 3X10 "731" (3.10) 12/ 1/95 3X11 "Revelations" (3.11) 12/15/95?

? - indicates that this may be subject to change.

Comics

      At the start of 1995, the X-Files comic series was made available by

Topps Comics. Correspondence concerning the comic should be sent to:

   "The X-Files"
   c/o Topps Comics
   1 Whitehall Street
   New York, NY  10004-2109

# 1 "Not To Be Opened until Xmas" - January '95

   writer: Stefan Petrucha         artist: Charles Adlard
   cover: Miran Kim
      When the final Fatima Prophecy is stolen from the Vatican, it is
   tied to a murder in New York city, where Mulder and Scully pick up the
   case.
   Note:  There was also a black and white ashcan release of the first
          half of this book in Star Wars Galaxy #2.
      

# 2 "A Dismembrance of Things Past" - February '95

   w: Stefan Petrucha              a: Charles Adlard
   c: Miran Kim
      The recent death of several witnesses to a UFO crash forty-seven
   years ago prompts someone to convince Mulder and Scully to investigate
   in order to protect a retired general who was also there in Neola,
   Kansas.  Part one of two.

# 3 "A Little Dream of Me" - March '95

   w: Stefan Petrucha              a: Charles Adlard
   c: Miran Kim
      General Palmer's timely suicide leads Mulder to a shady character
   who promises to give him Samantha if Mulder will steal the Pentagon
   computer access codes.  Part two of two.

N/A "A Trick of the Light" - April '95

   w: Stefan Petrucha              a: Charles Adlard
   c: Jim Salicrup
      Mulder and Scully look into an artist whose models are disappearing.
   Note:  This was a special insert into Hero Illustrated #22.

# 4 "Firebird Part One: Khobka's Lament" - April '95

   w: Stefan Petrucha              a: Charles Adlard
   c: Miran Kim
      Mulder and Scully are puzzled by the remains of a scientist found in
   an overturned truck in New Mexico.  The bones of the scientist, who was
   continuing a relatives research into the Tunguska meteorite, seem to
   have ages thousands of years, though the man was nearly thirty.  Part
   one of three.

# 5 "Firebird Part Two: Crescit Eundo" - May '95

   w: Stefan Petrucha              a: Charles Adlard
   c: Miran Kim
      Having found Khobka, Mulder and Scully try to escape the ruined
   facility and the creature.  Scully manages to bring the old man to
   safety, but Mulder is not so lucky.  Part two of three.

N/A Special Edition - June '95

   w: Stefan Petrucha              a: Charles Adlard
   c: Miran Kim
      All of the first three comics in one release.

# 6 "Firebird Part Three: A Brief Authority" - June '95

   w: Stefan Petrucha              a: Charles Adlard
   c: Miran Kim
      Mulder is asked to speak with Khobka on behalf of the cabal, in the
   hopes that he knows how to stop the Firebird from destroying the
   entire state.  Part three of three.

N/A "Circle Game" - July '95

   w: Stefan Petrucha              a: Charles Adlard
      A sudden concentration of crop circles peaks Mulder's interest.
   This was a short 5-page story published inside of the July 15-21, 1995
   issue of TV Guide.

# 7 "Trepanning Opera" - July '95

   w: Stefan Petrucha              a: Charles Adlard
   c: Miran Kim
      Mulder is asked to aid in a murder case where victims have had a
   hole drilled into their heads creating a "third eye," a process known
   as trepanning.  However, even Mulder may have some problems considering
   the murderer seems to be able to see into the future.

An1 "Hallow Eve" - August '95

   w: Stefan Petrucha              a: Charles Adlard
   c: Miran Kim
      Bones turned up in an archaelogical dig in search of "Eve," the
   female progenitor of the human race, seem to be the cause of the
   deaths of everyone who comes in contact with them.  Scully finds that
   she needs some help from spirit world in order to tackle what may be
   the angry spirit of all mankind.

# 8 "Silent Cities of the Mind: Part One" - August '95

   w: Stefan Petrucha              a: Charles Adlard
   c: Miran Kim
      A doctor whose outrageous theories about cannibalism vanishes in
   the mountains of Alaska, where he believes a lost city can be found.
   Mulder is forced to wonder about the truth of those theories when a
   plane crash provides some food for thought.  Part one of two.

# 9 "Silent Cities of the Mind: Part Two" - September '95

   w: Stefan Petrucha              a: Charles Adlard
   c: Miran Kim
      A party comes to the lost city in response to Agent Scully's radio
   for help, however their intent is not a benevolent one.  The
   cannibalistic doctor, on the other hand, seems to be more inclined to
   help now that he's had his fill.  Part two of two.

N/A Collected Edition - September '95

   w: Stefan Petrucha              a: Charles Adlard
   c: Miran Kim
      A collected reprint of the first 6 issues in one paperback volume.

#10 "Feelings of Unreality: Part One - Wheels within Wheels" - October '95

   w: Stefan Petrucha              a: Charles Adlard
   c: Miran Kim
      Mulder makes contact with a strange informant who leads him to the
   revelations that many of their previous cases are all tied together by
   a single conspiracy.  So, while Mulder follows this person to locate
   some tangible evidence, Scully tries her best to confirm or deny
   Mulder's theory.  Part one of three.

Books

      HarperCollins obtained the rights to publish a series of original

X-Files tie-in novels as well as a series of novelizations aimed at a younger audience. The original full-length novels are published under the HarperPrism name and the third novel in the series marks the start of a new writer, Kevin Anderson. The novelizations are printed under the HarperTrophy name.

Novels


# 1 _Goblins_

   author: Charles Grant           ISBN: 0-06-105414-3
      Two inexplicable murders near Fort Dix, NJ see Mulder and Scully
   investigating them as a result of some called-in favors.  With very
   little to go on, the ravings of an old woman about goblins don't seem
   so far fetched.

# 2 _Whirlwind_

   author: Charles Grant           ISBN: 0-06-105415-1
      The discovery of several bodies near a Konochine Indian community
   raises the questions as to how these people and cattle had been skinned
   in the matter of seconds.  When Mulder and Scully arrive in New Mexico
   to dig deeper, they find they are met with silence and lies, not only
   from the Indians, but also from the local authorities.

# 3 _Ground Zero_ (Hardcover only, Paperback due for later release)

   author: Kevin J. Anderson       ISBN:

Novelizations


# 1 _X Marks the Spot_

   author: Les Martin              ISBN: 0-06-440613-X
      Based on the pilot episode.

# 2 _Darkness Falls_

   author: Les Martin              ISBN: 0-06-440614-8
      Based on the episode of the same name.

Miscellaneous


_The Truth Is Out There: The Official Guide to the X-Files_

   author: Brian Lowry             ISBN: 0-06-105330-9
      The official guidebook to the television series containing synopses

of the episodes and just about every fact ever mentioned in the show.

_The Unofficial X-Files Companion_

   author: Ngaire E. Genge         ISBN: 0-517-88601-4
      This is an unauthorized book containing brief synopses of the

show and the episodes, but going to greater detail into the true life paranormal events and circumstances upon which the episodes were based.


For Usenet readers, there are several newsgroups:

 alt.tv.x-files
 alt.tv.x-files.creative (for fan fiction, NOT discussion of the show)
 uk.media.tv.sf.x-files (for UK fans)
 aus.tv.x-files (for Australian fans)

If you do not have a thread at your local site, ask your news administrator.

There is also a mailing list for the show available in instant and digest formats, to subscribe send e-mail containing "subscribe X-FILES <your name>" in the body to:

 listproc@chaos.taylored.com

UK fans may wish to consider another mailing list devoted to discussion of the "current" episodes being shown there. To subscribe send a similar messages to the one for the US list to:

 listproc@uel.ac.uk

German fans now also can join a mailing list of their own as well. Send mail with "subscribe xf-de" in the body to:

 listserv@stargate.pfalz.de

This and many other TV episode guides can be found via anonymous ftp at:

 ftp.doc.ic.ac.uk [155.198.1.140] in
   /public/media/tv/collections/tardis

Additional X-Files related material can be found at:

 ftp.cs.nmt.edu [129.138.6.48] in /xfiles
    (Most complete and reliable, also archives alt.tv.x-files.creative)
 ftp.rutgers.edu [128.6.4.7] in /pub/x-files
    (Graphics files and mirror of ftp.cs.nmt.edu.  Fast transfers)
 ftp.u.washington.edu [140.142.83.3] in /public/roland/x-files
    (X-Files images only)
 gossamer.eng.ohio-state.edu [164.107.153.13] in /pub/archive/x-files
    (Fanfiction archive)

Also, for Mosaic users, there are many X-Files home pages, here are some of the more convenient/exceptional ones:

 http://www.delphi.com/XFiles/ (The Official FOX X-Files page)
 http://www.rutgers.edu/x-files.html (Very reliable)
 http://duggy.extern.ucsd.edu/~linny (Starter page)
 http://www.ssc.com/~roland/x-files/x-files.html ("BFI" home page)
 http://www.uml.edu/~ccashman/x-files/x-files.html (Best of a.t.x)
 http://www.infinet.com/~rkidder/x-files/top.html (Magazine articles)
 http://www.wam.umd.edu/~kris (Contains some hard-to-find stuff)
 http://dxhra1.desy.de/~cborys/tv/xf.html (Vancouver information)
 http://www.cs.nmt.edu/xfiles/ (Mirror of the FTP site)
 http://www.neosoft.com/sbanks/xfiles/xfiles.html (Video clips)
 http://www.netaxs.com/~hager/x-files.html (Quicktime video clips)
 http://eewww.eng.ohio-state.edu/~juodvalk/x-files (Fanfiction archives)
 http://www.egr.uh.edu/~escco/DDEB.html (DDEB Home Page)
 http://www.webcom.com/~walterh (Duchovniks' home page)
 http://www.bchs.uh.edu/~ecantu/gatb/gatb.html (GATB home page)
 http://www.tpoint.net/~rmayhall/main.html (Mitch Pileggi page)
 http://www.gatech.edu/lcc/idt/Students/Penberthy/X-Files/ [cont'd]
    UnofficialChannels.html (Walter Skinner page)
 http://rschp2.anu.edu.au:8080/XFiles.html (Australia)
 http://www.cs.mu.oz.au/~simc/xfiles.html (Australia)
 http://www.iis.com.br/~lpaulo/xfiles.htm (Brazil)
 http://gpu2.srv.ualberta.ca/~vichan/www/x-files.html (Canada)
 http://www.unix-ag.uni-kl.de/~kleinhen/bin/lwgate (German mail list)
 http://www.eeng.dcu.ie/~stdcu/x-files/x-files.html (Ireland)
 http://www.cs.unibo.it/~cobianch/index.html (Italy)
 http://www.stack.urc.tue.nl/~danny/x-files.html (Netherlands)
 http://bundy.hibo.no/~Larsen/x-files/x-files.html (in Norwegian)
 http://www.iscs.nus.sg/~chengmin/xfiles/xf.html (Singapore)
 http://www.zynet.co.uk/simon/x-files/ (United Kingdom)
 http://metro.turnpike.net/~ptang/index.html (uk.media.sf.tv.x-files Page)
 http://www.io.org/~jshum/phpl.cgi?html/xfsites.html (Lots of links)
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