TV Episode | TV-14 | | Crime, Drama, Mystery
Scully searches for Mulder after the Cigarette Smoking Man takes him from the hospital for unknown purposes. An unconscious Mulder dreams of a better life away from his mission and the X-Files. But perhaps he is being led astray.
At the start of this seventh season, David Duchovny filed a lawsuit against Fox over their syndication of the show, Duchovny contending that Fox had sold the rights to their own FX network when it could have been shopped to other networks for more money. Duchovny's suit claimed that Chris Carter was fully aware of the move. This lawsuit hung over the production for the entire year, only being resolved by the time the season finale was aired (Duchovny reputedly was paid $20 million in compensation). Reportedly during that time, Duchovny and Carter weren't on speaking terms. Ironically in later years, Carter filed a similar lawsuit - using the same lawyers that Duchovny had.
The Cigarette Smoking Man:
Extraordinary men are always most tempted by the most ordinary things.
When Mulder and the Cigarette Smoking Man are driving from the hospital in the rain, the end shot of the car is an older Ford Taurus. When they arrive at the house, the car is a Cadillac.
The tag line reads "Amor Fati".
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