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Season 4, Episode 21 – Zero Sum

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Agent Mulder’s investigation into the unexplained death of a mail sorter at an overnight delivery company is hindered by his superior, Assistant Director Skinner, who appears to be the chief suspect.

Music: ‘Live Forever’ – The Zero Sum; ‘Zero Sum’ – Nine Inch Nails; ‘Zero Sum’ – Sympath; ‘Zero-Sum’ – Stephen Morris & Gillian Gilbert

All X-Files music by Mark Snow

 

What’s Out There for Zero Sum:

Zero Sum on The Daily Drew

Zero Sum on The Unwelcome Commentary Blog


Season 4, Episode 20 – Small Potatoes

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After 5 women give birth to babies with four-inch tails, Mulder & Scully discover that the newborns’ father is a shapeshifter possessing the ability to change into anyone’s image.

Music: ‘Hello (from the dark side)’ – Adele;  ‘Potato Love’ – Small Potatoes;  Small Potatoes Theme Song; ‘Star Wars Main Theme’ – Galactic Empire

All X-Files music by Mark Snow

 

What’s Out There for Small Potatoes?

Apt. 42 Revisited

The Review is Out There


Season 4, Episode 19 – Synchrony

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A technologically-advanced rapid freezing compound is the focal point of three deaths, one of which is predicted by an elderly man whose ability to foresee the future is explained, according to Mulder, in Scully’s graduate thesis.

Music: Downton Abbey _ X Files Synchrony Suite No. 1; ‘Metamorphosis’ – Cryogenics;  ‘Early Takes Serenity’ – Greg Edmonson; ‘Perfect Synchrony’ – Xavier; ‘River’s Afraid-Niska Torture’ – Greg Edmonson; ‘Synchrony’ – Davide Cali

 

What’s Out There For Synchrony?

Synchrony on The A.V. Club

Synchrony on the Unwelcome Commentary Blog:


Season 4, Episode 18 – Max

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The Military issues an official explanation of “human error” in the downing of a commercial airliner, which Mulder believes is a cover-up after discovering that one of the plane’s passengers, multiple alien-abductee Max Fenig, was carrying irrefutable proof of the existence of extraterrestrial life.

Music: ‘Alien Abduction’ – PHD1 – Equinox; ‘Missing’ – Everything But The Girl; ‘Unmarked Helicopters’ – Soul Coughing

All X-Files music by Mark Snow


What’s Out There for Max?

Max on The Daily Drew

Max on Musings of an X-Phile


Season 4, Episode 17 – Tempus Fugit

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Mulder & Scully investigate the crash of a commercial airliner, possibly the result of interaction between the jet, the US Air Force, and an alien spacecraft.

Music: ‘Tempus Fugit’ – Yes; ‘Tempus Fugit’ – Le Nonsense; ‘Tempus Fugit’ – Machinae Supremacy; ‘Tempus Fugit’ – Tara Cross; ‘Tempus Fugit’ – Thomas Newman [James Bond Soundtrack]

All X-Files music by Mark Snow


What’s Out There For Tempus Fugit?

Tempus Fugit on The A.V. Club

Tempus Fugit on Unwelcome Commentary


Season 4, Episode 16 – Unrequited

UnrequitedBlack Play Button [with black background] .33Mulder and Scully try to stop a phantom POW from killing the military brass who left him to die in Vietnam.

Music: ’19’ – Paul Hardcastle; ‘Unrequited’ – Deafheaven

All X-Files music by Mark Snow

 

What’s Out There For Unrequited?

Unrequited on Musings of an X-Phile

Unrequited on Apt. 42 Revisited


Season 4, Episode 15 – Kaddish

KaddishBlack Play Button [with black background] .33Mulder suspects that a golem, a man-made creature of clay and mud described in mystical Hebrew text, may be responsible for the deaths of several neo-Nazis who murdered a Jewish shopkeeper.

Music: ‘Digging In The Dirt’ – Peter Gabriel; ‘Dirt’ – Florida Georgia Line; ‘My Name Is Mud’ – Primus; ‘Kaddish’ – Ofra Haza

All X-Files music by Mark Snow

 

What’s Out There For Kaddish?

Kaddish on The Unwelcome Commentary Blog

Kaddish on The Daily Drew