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10cf746e54 At a campground at Lake Okobogee [sic] National Park in Sioux City, Iowa, Darlene Morris witnesses a flash of light outside of her RV. In the episode as it was televised, only the receding footsteps can be heard. Kip (as Don Gibb) Joel Palmer . Producer Glen Morgan felt that the episode's writers, Alex Gansa and Howard Gordon, "have a better character-dramatic sense", adding that he believed the episode "really helped define Mulder". Chris Carter felt the episode's highlights were the ending and the realization by Scully that Mulder may not be a crackpot, feeling it was very important to the show in establishing its point of view. He also felt that the episode proved effective at highlighting that the series was told from Scully's point of view, citing instances of the character "pulling Mulder back" from his fringe theories and emotional attachment.. 26/27, No. My opinion you should see this episode even if you don't like the rest of the series. Mulder and Scully feel like crap about it but they just let it happen.They found a huge pile of binary papers in the raid and analyzed them - nothing is a“threat” anymore, but all the 1′s and 0′s are like, digital renditions of really sophisticated shit - like DaVinci sketches and symphonies. She realizes Mulder has the same opinion but that Scully is more skeptical.
.. FULL CAST AND CREW TRIVIA USER REVIEWS IMDbPro MORE LESS SHARE X Share Facebook Twitter E-mail Check in 0Check in X Beta I'm Watching This! Keep track of everything you watch; tell your friends. In this episode, Mulder fires his gun for the first time in the series. Also, moment of appreciation for Mulder’s hair, which is feeling XTRA FLUFFY today:When they leave the victim-blaming douchebag Sheriff, they find a creepy note on their windshield -“I’m across the street. 26/27, No. The Complete X-Files. Noted Gordon, "I think we're most proud of the ending." He also enthused the final scene was "beautifully" directed by Daniel Sackheim. The agents are unable to find Greg at the bar where he works; however, his boss tells them about UFO activity at Lake Okobogee.