Scully seeks science through prayer. Mulder confuses ghost dads for his sister.
Scully is once again the target of a invading serial killer. Mulder accuses a phrenologist of being an alien.
Scully has a vision that Mulder's boardgaming habit kills him. Mulder pretends like he cares more about telepaths than Scully.
Skinner catches antichrist malaise from folk legends. Doggett is too stoic for alien babies or time travel.
Scully distracts Mulder from government corruption. Mulder urgently seeks THE TRUTH, which is Out There.
Scully argues with Mulder about alien abductions. Mulder hallucinates that a spy is his spirit twin.
Scully rejects proof of ghost demons. Mulder empathizes with alien hobos.
Scully is kidnapped by a maniac cult leader. Mulder confuses evil bees for his sister.
Scully worries about Mulder's new burrito habit. Mulder seeks enlightenment through pyrokinesis.
Scully is once again the target of a government serial killer. Mulder worries about the syndicate.
Scully struggles to take smoking men seriously. Mulder accuses a army general of being an alien.
Scully rejects proof of witchery. Doggett discharges his weapon at ghost dads.
Skinner is threatened by Jeffrey Spender. Scully.
Reyes accepts signs from God unquestioningly. Doggett punches and kicks thousand-year-old men.
Scully is once again the target of a possessed serial killer. Mulder empathizes with ghost cavemen.
Scully struggles to take evil bees seriously. Mulder tries to tie possessed Skinner to time travel.
Scully tries to disprove alien mind control. Mulder urgently seeks sibling clues.
Scully is kidnapped by a maniac corporate executive. Mulder tries to save Scully from 'Doggett eyes'.
Scully cures Skinner of bottle-episode madness. Smoking Man reveals secrets about Mulder's weird nerd buddies. AGAIN.
Scully tries to save Mulder from bad-man senators. Doggett is in a coma, thanks to a nefarious unemployed ex-con.
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