After the collapse of their relationship, former FBI agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully are reunited by a TV host who promotes conspiracy theories about the government and believes that alien abductions are actually false flag operations.
Did You Know?
The episode marks the first entry of the franchise to be shot on digital video rather than 35mm film which all prior episodes and both films were shot on, excluding the episode The X-Files: X-Cops
(2000) which was shot on videotape to emulate Cops
(1989). See more
When Mulder arrives at his former X-Files office at the FBI, he kicks at and tears the 'I Want To Believe' poster lying on the ground. However, in the series conclusion at the end of season nine, in the episode titled 'The Truth', Agent John Doggett rolled up the poster and took it with him. See more
My name is Fox Mulder. Since my childhood, I have been obsessed by a controversial global phenomenon. Since my sister disappeared when I was 12 years old... in what I believe was an alien abduction. My obsession took me to the FBI, where I investigated paranormal science cases through the auspices of a unit known as the X-Files. Through this unit, I could continue my work on the alien phenomenon, and the search for my missing sister. In 1993, the FBI sought to impugn ...
References The X-Files: Conduit
Written by Mark Snow
Performed by John Bael See more