Oct. 26th, 2014

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I was trying to think of something to say about this episode, but all I could think of was that this was the only S2 episode that I didn't finish during my last rewatch (though I can't remember if it was because it was too boring or because it was too depressing - I've always felt really sorry for the woman who basically loses her entire family).

Writer(s): Sara Charno
Director: Mike vejar
Originally aired: April 14th, 1995

Synopsis: A small boy is killed in a freak accident, which Mulder thinks was caused by a ghost or some other supernatural entity while Scully suspects a more mundane explanation of Munchausen by proxy.

Memorable Quote:
Mulder: You see, this is a helium balloon here, and the one thing I did learn in kindergarten is when you let them go, they float up, up and away, but you see this is moving away from him, horizontally.
Scully: Did you learn about wind in kindergarten?

ext_20988: (science v mysticism)
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Title: “The future looks just like him”: Mulder and the (fe)male gaze
Author: [livejournal.com profile] memories_child
Word count: 2,197
A/N: First of all I'm so sorry this is late. I was due to post on Friday but I've had a virus for a week and that, along with work being ridiculously busy at the moment, wiped me out. Mods, I hope it's okay for me to post this today.

“The future looks just like him”: Mulder and the (fe)male gaze )


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