Scully and Mulder investigate a series of bizarre murders committed by a man who says he saw the killer on TV. They conclude that several people in the community are affected somehow and Mulder believes that the TV signals are being altered in some way. He finds a device in the cable connections at the telephone pole and the Lone Gunmen confirm that there is additional information being transmitted along with the regular broadcasts. He concludes that the signal creates a sense of paranoia in the recipient, preying on their deepest fears, something that is confirmed when Scully sees Mulder sitting in a car, joking and laughing with the Cigarette Smoking Man. It's up to Mulder to bring these experiments to an end.
Did You Know?
The informant who tells Mulder about the case should have been actor Steven Williams
in his role as X. However, due to Williams' concurrent role in another series, L.A. Heat
(1996), scheduling conflicts occurred, so another actor filled the role. See more
(at around 55 mins) While searching through a chest containing many VHS tapes, Agent Scully's left hand quickly pans over the contents, revealing it to be without a latex glove; yet, in the next shot after calling over Agent Mulder, when she puts the video into the player, her hand is clearly gloved. She wouldn't have had time between the shots to put it on. See more
Scully, you are the only one I trust.
Features Die Hard
Written by Mark Snow
Performed by John Beal See more