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    3.01 "The Blessing Way"

  • Episode Number: 50
  • Original Air Date: September 22, 1995
  • Written by: Chris Carter
  • Directed by: R.W. Goodwin
  • Guest Cast:
    • Forbes Angus (M.D.)
    • Tom Braidwood (Frohike)
    • Lenno Britos (Luis Cardinal aka Hispanic Man)
    • Mitchell Davies (Camouflage Man)
    • William B. Davis (Smoking Man)
    • Peter Donat (William Mulder)
    • Ernie Foort (Security Guard)
    • Benita Ha (Tour Guide)
    • Jerry Hardin (Deep Throat)
    • Dakota House (Eric Hosteen)
    • Alf Humphreys (Dr. Mark Pomerantz)
    • Sheila Larken (Margaret Scully)
    • Nicholas Lea (Agent Alex Krycek)
    • Melinda McGraw (Melissa Scully)
    • John Neville (Well-Manicured Man)
    • Senior FBI Agent (Michael David Simms)
    • Rebecca Toolan (Mrs. Mulder)
    • Ian Victor (Minister)
    • Floyd Red Crow Westerman (Albert Hosteen)

The Smoking Man works quickly to recover the stolen computer files, but finds himself thwarted by a man whom he hoped was 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.

    3.02 "Paper Clip"

  • Episode Number: 51
  • Original Air Date: September 29, 1995
  • Written by: Chris Carter
  • Directed by: Rob Bowman
  • Guest Cast:
    • Tom Braidwood (Frohike)
    • William B. Davis (Smoking Man)
    • Walter Gotell (Victor Klemper)
    • Dean Haglund (Langly)
    • Bruce Harwood (Byers)
    • Sheila Larken (Margaret Scully)
    • Nicholas Lea (Agent Alex Krycek)
    • John Neville (Well-Manicured Man)
    • Rebecca Toolan (Mrs. Mulder)

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.

    3.03 "D.P.O."

  • Episode Number: 52
  • Original Air Date: October 06, 1995
  • Written by: Howard Gordon
  • Directed by: Kim Manners
  • Guest Cast:
    • Peter Anderson (Stan Buxton)
    • Mar Andersons (Jack Hammond)
    • Jack Black (Zero)
    • Brent Chapman (Traffic Cop)
    • Jason Anthony Griffith (First Paramedic)
    • Bonnie Hay (Night Nurse)
    • Ernie Lively (Sheriff Teller)
    • Steve Makaj (Frank Kiveat)
    • Giovanni Ribisi (Darren Peter Oswald)
    • Kate Robbins (Mrs. Oswald)

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.

    3.04 "Clyde Bruckman's Final Repose"

  • Episode Number: 53
  • Original Air Date: October 13, 1995
  • Written by: Darin Morgan
  • Directed by: David Nutter
  • Guest Cast:
    • Greg Anderson (Photographer)
    • Peter Boyle (Clyde Bruckman)
    • Jaap Broeker (The Stupendous Yappi)
    • Frank Cassini (Detective Cline)
    • Stu Charno (Puppet)
    • Alex Diakun (Tarot Dealer)
    • Karin Konova (Madame Zelma)
    • Dwight McFee (Detective Havez)
    • David McKay (Mr. Gordon)

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.

    3.05 "The List"

  • Episode Number: 54
  • Original Air Date: October 20, 1995
  • Written by: Chris Carter
  • Directed by: Chris Carter
  • Guest Cast:
    • Denny Arnold (Key Guard)
    • Craig Brunanski (Guard)
    • Badja Djola (Napoleon "Neech" Manley)
    • Joseph Patrick Finn (Chaplain)
    • Ken Foree (Vincent Parmelly)
    • April Grace (Danielle Manley)
    • Mitch Kosterman (Fornier)
    • Bruce Pinard (Perry Simon)
    • Paul Raskin (Ullrich)
    • Greg Rogers (Danny Charez)
    • John Toles-Bey (John Speranza)
    • J.T. Walsh (Warden Leo Brodeur)

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.

    3.06 "2Shy"

  • Episode Number: 55
  • Original Air Date: November 03, 1995
  • Written by: Jeffrey Vlaming
  • Directed by: David Nutter
  • Guest Cast:
    • Timothy Carhart (Virgil Incanto)
    • Glynis Davies (Monica)
    • James Handy (Detective Alan Cross)
    • Suzy Joachim (Jennifer)
    • Randi Lynne (Lauren MacKalvey)
    • William MacDonald (Agent Kazanjian)
    • Aloka McLean (Jesse)
    • Catherine Paolone (Ellen Kaminsky)

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.

    3.07 "The Walk"

  • Episode Number: 56
  • Original Air Date: November 10, 1995
  • Written by: John Shiban
  • Directed by: Rob Bowman
  • Guest Cast:
    • Andrea Barclay (Frances Callahan)
    • Willie Garson (Quinton "Roach" Freely)
    • Deryl Hayes (Army Doctor)
    • Thomas Kopache (General Thomas Callahan)
    • Brennan Kotowich (Trevor Callahan)
    • Rob Lee (Amputee)
    • Paula Shaw (Ward Nurse)
    • Nancy Sorel (Captain Janet Draper)
    • Don Thompson (Lt. Colonel Victor Stans)
    • Ian Tracey (Leonard "Rappo" Trimble)

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.

    3.08 "Oubliette"

  • Episode Number: 57
  • Original Air Date: November 17, 1995
  • Written by: Charles Grant Craig
  • Directed by: Kim Manners
  • Guest Cast:
    • Sidonie Boll (Myra Jacobs)
    • Michael Chieffo (Carl Wade)
    • Tracey Ellis (Lucy Householder)
    • David Fredericks (Mr. Larken)
    • Jacques LaLonde (Henry)
    • Ken Ryan (Special Agent Walt Eubanks)
    • Dolly Scarr (Fast Food Supervisor)
    • Jewel Staite (Amy Jacobs)

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.

    3.09 "Nisei"

  • Episode Number: 58
  • Original Air Date: November 24, 1995
  • Written by: Chris Carter & Howard Gordon & Frank Spotnitz
  • Directed by: David Nutter
  • Guest Cast:
    • Gillian Barber (Penny)
    • Raymond J. Barry (Senator Richard Matheson)
    • Brendan Beiser (Agent Pendrell)
    • Tom Braidwood (Frohike)
    • Dean Haglund (Langly)
    • Bruce Harwood (Byers)
    • Robert Ito (Dr. Takeo Ishimaru)
    • Corrine Koslo (Lottie Holloway)
    • Stephen McHattie (Red-Haired Man)
    • Paul McLean (Coast Guard Officer)
    • Yasuo Sakurai (Kazuo Sakurai)
    • Lori Triolo (Diane)

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.

    3.10 "731"

  • Episode Number: 59
  • Original Air Date: December 01, 1995
  • Written by: Frank Spotnitz
  • Directed by: Rob Bowman
  • Guest Cast:
    • Brenden Beiser (Agent Pendrell)
    • Colin Cunningham (Escalante)
    • William B. Davis (Smoking Man)
    • Robert Ito (Dr. Shiro Zama aka Dr. Takeo Ishimaru)
    • Stephen McHattie (Red-Haired Man)
    • Michael Puttonen (Conductor)
    • Don S. Williams (Elder)

Scully takes 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.

    3.11 "Revelations"

  • Episode Number: 60
  • Original Air Date: December 15, 1995
  • Written by: Kim Newton
  • Directed by: David Nutter
  • Guest Cast:
    • Michael Berryman (Owen Lee Jarvis)
    • Sam Bottoms (Michael Kryder)
    • Fulvio Cecerk (Priest)
    • R. Lee Ermy (Reverend Finley)
    • Lesley Ewen (Carina Maywald)
    • Nicole Robert (Mrs. Tynes)
    • Hayley Tyson (Susan Kryder)
    • Kenneth Welsh (Simon Gates)

A search for stigmatics turns up a young boy in Ohio whom Mulder and Scully immediate travel to protect. They feel that he may be the next choice of a fanatic who has murdered eleven people claiming to be stigmatics. But when it appears that this boy may be legitimate, Scully starts believing she was the one who was chosen.

    3.12 "War of the Coprophages"

  • Episode Number: 61
  • Original Air Date: January 05, 1996
  • Written by: Darin Morgan
  • Directed by: Kim Manners
  • Guest Cast:
    • Sean Allan (Customer #2)
    • Dion Anderson (Sheriff Frass)
    • Raye Birk (Dr. Jeff Eckerle)
    • Alex Bruhanski (Dr. Bugger)
    • Alan Buckley (Dude)
    • Bill Dow (Dr. Newton)
    • Maria Herrera (Customer #1)
    • Tom Heaton (Resident #1)
    • Ken Kramer (Dr. Inanov)
    • Tyler Labine (Stoner)
    • Nicole Parker (Chick)
    • Bobbie Phillips (Dr. Bambi Berenbaum)
    • Wren Robertz (Orderly)
    • Fiona Roeske (Customer #5)
    • Bobby L. Stewart (Resident #2)
    • Dawn Stofer (Customer #4)

While waiting out the fumigation of his apartment, Mulder stumbles into a Massachusetts town where it appears that cockroaches have been attacking and killing several residents. Upon consulting Scully, he is told that it's probably just a load of crap.

    3.13 "Syzygy"

  • Episode Number: 62
  • Original Air Date: January 26, 1996
  • Written by: Chris Carter
  • Directed by: Rob Bowman
  • Guest Cast:
    • Wendy Benson (Margi Kleinjan)
    • Ryk Brown (Minister)
    • Garry Davey (Bob Spitz)
    • Tim Dixon (Dr. Richard W. Godfrey)
    • Lisa Robin Kelly (Terri Roberts)
    • Gabrielle Miller (Brenda Summerfield)
    • Russell Porter (Scott Simmons)
    • Jeremy Radick (Eric Bauer)
    • Ryan Reynolds (Jay "Boom" DeBoom)
    • Dana Wheeler-Nicholson (Detective Angela White)

The murder of several high school students in the small town are believed to be the work of a Satanic cult through the machinations of the two girls truly at fault. The tension between Mulder and Scully and that of the townsfolk rises because of the fear and anger, though an astrologer insists it's because it is written in the stars.

    3.14 "Grotesque"

  • Episode Number: 63
  • Original Air Date: February 02, 1996
  • Written by: Howard Gordon
  • Directed by: Kim Manners
  • Guest Cast:
    • Susan Bain (Agent Sheherlis)
    • Kasper Michaels (Young Agent)
    • Levani Outchaneichvili (John Mostow)
    • Kurtwood Smith (Agent Bill Patterson)
    • Greg Thirloway (Agent Greg Nemhauser)

A three year murder investigation by one of the FBI's finest behavioral scientists comes to a close with the arrest of an artist who claims to have been possessed by an evil force. But when the deaths continue, it is up to Mulder to get inside the killer's head to find this gargoyle.

    3.15 "Piper Maru"

  • Episode Number: 64
  • Original Air Date: February 09, 1996
  • Written by: Frank Spotnitz & Chris Carter
  • Directed by: Rob Bowman
  • Guest Cast:
    • Jo Bates (Jeraldine Kallenchuk)
    • Paul Batten (Dr. Seizer)
    • Lenno Britos (Hispanic Man aka Luis Cardinal)
    • Robert Clothier (Commander Johansen)
    • Russell Ferrier (Medic)
    • Rochelle Greenwood (Waitress)
    • Nicholas Lea (Alex Krycek)
    • Robert F. Maier (World War II Pilot)
    • Stephen E. Miller (Wayne Morgan)
    • Tegan Moss (Young Dana)
    • David Neale (Navy Base Guarde)
    • Morris Panych (Grey-haired Man)
    • Tom Scholte (Young Johansen)
    • Joel Silverstone (First Engineer)
    • Ari Solomon (Bernard Gauthier)

The crew of the salvage ship Piper Maru return with severe radiation burns after a visit to the same location as a previous vessel, the Talypus; a ship in which Mulder is very interested. Scully's thoughts return to her murdered sister as she goes to the naval base where she grew up to question an old neighbor if he knows anything about the undersea location.

Part one of two.

    3.16 "Apocrypha"

  • Episode Number: 65
  • Original Air Date: February 16, 1996
  • Written by: Frank Spotnitz & Chris Carter
  • Directed by: Kim Manners
  • Guest Cast:
    • Brenden Beiser (Agent Pendrell)
    • Tom Braidwood (Frohike)
    • Lenno Britos (Hispanic Man aka Luis Cardinal)
    • Dmitry Chepovetsky (First Government Man)
    • Jeff Chivers (Armed Man)
    • William B. Davis (Smoking Man)
    • Martin Evans (Major Domo)
    • Frances Flanagan (Nurse)
    • Dean Haglund (Langly)
    • Bruce Harwood (Byers)
    • Nicholas Lea (Alex Krycek)
    • Barry Levy (Navy Doctor)
    • Sue Mathew (Agent Caleca)
    • Kevin McNulty (Agent Fuller)
    • John Neville (Well-Manicured Man)
    • Peter Scoular (Sick Crewman)

Mulder returns from Hong Kong with the hopes of retrieving the lost digital tape, only to have Krycek slip from his grasp. Meanwhile Scully spearheads the investigation of Skinner's attacker in the hopes that it will resolve the case of her sister's murder.

Part two of two.

    3.17 "Pusher"

  • Episode Number: 66
  • Original Air Date: February 23, 1996
  • Written by: Vince Gilligan
  • Directed by: Rob Bowman
  • Guest Cast:
    • Julia Arkos (Holly)
    • Steve Bacic (Agent Collins)
    • Meredith Bain Woodward (Defense Attorney)
    • Roger R. Cross (SWAT Lieutenant)
    • Ernie Foort (Lobby Guardt)
    • Darren Lucas (Lead SWAT Cop)
    • Don MacKay (Judge)
    • D. Neil Mark (Deputy Scott Kerber)
    • Vic Polizos (Agent Frank Burst)
    • Brent Sheppard (Prosecutor)

A man is apprehended yet escapes after he claims to be the hired killer of 14 people whose deaths had previously been ruled as suicides. The man, who seems to have the ability to control others, desires a challenge, leaving clues for Mulder and Scully to follow as he sets up his contest of wills.

    3.18 "Teso Dos Bichos"

  • Episode Number: 67
  • Original Air Date: March 08, 1996
  • Written by: John Shiban
  • Directed by: Kim Manners
  • Guest Cast:
    • Garrison Chrisjohn (Dr. Winters)
    • Tom McBeath (Dr. Lewton)
    • Janne Mortil (Mona Wustner)
    • Alan Robertson (Dr. Carl Roosevelt)
    • Ron Sauve (Tim Decker)
    • Gordon Tootoosis (Shaman)

After two people associated with a sacred artifact disappear, Mulder and Scully investigate the apparent curse caused by the unearthing and relocation of the remains of an amaru, a female shaman. Their lead suspect is a member of the dig which brought the amaru to the US, though he is more preoccupied with using a native hallucinogen to pray to the spirit.

    3.19 "Hell Money"

  • Episode Number: 68
  • Original Air Date: March 29, 1996
  • Written by: Jeff Vlaming
  • Directed by: Tucker Gates
  • Guest Cast:
    • Doug Abrahams (Detective Neary)
    • Stephen M.D. Chang (Large Man)
    • Donald Fong (Vase Man)
    • Diana Ha (Dr. Wu)
    • Ellie Harvik (Organ Procurment Org. Staffer)
    • James Hong (Hard-faced Man)
    • Derek Lowe (Johnny Lo)
    • Kim Hsin (X)
    • B.D. Wong (Detective Glen Chao)
    • Paul Wong (Li Oi-Huan)

When the night watchmen discovers a man being burned alive in a funeral home, it brings Mulder and Scully to investigate the deaths of many Chinese immigrants in the San Francisco bay area. With the aid of a Cantonese speaking detective, they chance upon the clues which lead them to a game where you truly bet your life.

    3.20 "Jose Chung's 'From Outer Space'"

  • Episode Number: 69
  • Original Air Date: April 12, 1996
  • Written by: Darin Morgan
  • Directed by: Rob Bowman
  • Guest Cast:
    • Jaap Broeker (The Stupendous Yappi)
    • Alex Diakun (Dr. Fingers)
    • Michael Dobson (Sergeant Hyrek)
    • Jason Gaffney (Harold)
    • William Lucking (Roky Crikenson)
    • Mina E. Mina (Dr. Hand)
    • Larry Musser (Detective Manners)
    • Daniel Quinn (Lieutenant Jack Schaeffer)
    • Charles Nelson Reilly (Jose Chung)
    • Sarah Sawatsky (Chrissy Giorgio)
    • Alex Trebek (Alex Trebek)
    • Andrew Turner (CIA Man)
    • Jesse Ventura (Man in Black)

Scully takes advantage of an opportunity to meet the famous writer, Jose Chung, who wishes to interview her and Mulder for his latest book on alien abduction. He has come to obtain her take on the apparent abduction of two teenagers and two grey aliens by the Lord Kinbote.

    3.21 "Avatar"

  • Episode Number: 70
  • Original Air Date: April 26, 1996
  • Written by: Howard Gordon
  • Directed by: James Charleston
  • Story by: David Duchovny & Howard Gordon
  • Guest Cast:
    • Brendan Beiser (Agent Pendrell)
    • Stacy Grant (Judy Fairly)
    • Jennifer Hetrick (Sharon Skinner)
    • Tom Mason (Detective Waltos)
    • Morris Panych (Grey-haired Man)
    • Bethoe Shirkoff (Old Woman)
    • Michael David Simms (Senior FBI Agent)
    • Tasha Simms (Jane Cassal (T))
    • Special Agent Bonnecaze (Malcolm Stewart)
    • Carina Sayles (Amanda Tapping)

Dealing with having to sign the divorce papers from his wife, Assistant Director Skinner inadvertantly spends the night with a prostitute and wakes the next morning to find her dead by his side. Unable to explain the events, he half-believes he may have killed the woman, but Mulder and Scully refuse to accept that as truth.

    3.22 "Quagmire"

  • Episode Number: 71
  • Original Air Date: May 03, 1996
  • Written by: Kim Newton
  • Directed by: Kim Manners
  • Guest Cast:
    • Mark Acheson (Ted Bertram)
    • R. Nelson Brown (Ansel Bray)
    • Chris Ellis (Sheriff Lance Hindt)
    • Peter Hanlon (Dr. Bailey)
    • Tyler Labine (Stoner)
    • Terrance Leigh (Snorkel Dude)
    • Murray Lowry (Fisherman)
    • Nicole Parker (Chick)

The disappearance of a federal wildlife official gives Mulder the excuse he needs in order to drag Scully down to Georgia with him. They come in search of the local legend "Big Blue," an aquatic dinosaur reputed to inhabit the local lake.

    3.23 "Wetwired"

  • Episode Number: 72
  • Original Air Date: May 10, 1996
  • Written by: Mat Beck
  • Directed by: Rob Bowman
  • Guest Cast:
    • Linden Banks (Joseph Patnik)
    • Tom Braidwood (Frohike)
    • Colin Cunninghan (Dr. Henry Stromam)
    • Andre Danyliu (County Coroner)
    • Joe DeSorro (Jimmy)
    • Dean Haglund (Langly)
    • Bruce Harwood (Byers)
    • Tim Henry (Plain-Clothed Man)
    • Sheila Larken (Margaret Scully)
    • Joe Maffei (Motel Manager)
    • Heather McCarthy (Duty Nurse)
    • John McConnach (Officer #1)
    • Crystal Verge (Dr. Lorenz)

Mulder and Scully investigate a series of murders in a Maryland town where it isn't caused by too much violence on television--it's simply caused by television. While Scully finds herself mesmerized by the recordings the murderers kept, Mulder sets out to prove it isn't what you see on TV, but what you don't.

    3.24 "Talitha Cumi"

  • Episode Number: 73
  • Original Air Date: May 17, 1996
  • Written by: Chris Carter
  • Directed by: R.W. Goodwin
  • Story by: David Duchovny & Chris Carter
  • Guest Cast:
    • Cam Cronin (Paramedic)
    • Stephen Dimopoulos (Detective)
    • Peter Donat (William Mulder)
    • Jerry Hardin (Deep Throat)
    • Bonnie Hay (Night Nurse)
    • John MacLaren (Doctor)
    • Hrothgar Mathews (Galen Muntz)
    • Roy Thinnes (Jeremiah Smith)
    • Brian Thompson (Pilot)
    • Rebecca Toolan (Mrs. Mulder)
    • Angelo Vacco (Doorman)

A disgruntled worker starts an incident where four people are shot, but a mysterious man miraculously heals them all before vanishing. Mulder and Scully begin work on the case when Mulder receives word that his mother was admitted to the hospital. Discovering she recently met with the Smoking Man, he feels certain the two events are related. So, he begins his search for the healer, but he is not the only hunter.

Part one of two.


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