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The X-Files, Season 9HDTV-14Closed Captioning

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Aware his presence only puts Scully and William in jeopardy Mulder once again disappears — but at least this time it is his own choice. A frustrated Agent Doggett tries to find Mulder so he can proceed with his investigation against Deputy Director Kersh, but Scully and Skinner finally convince him to drop his case. Yet even as Scully helps Agent Doggett and Agent Reyes on some of their cases she realizes William is still in danger. When she learns a religious cult wants her son dead she turns to the Lone Gunmen. But even they cannot prevent William from being kidnapped, a fact which forces Scully to make a painful decision. Yet even in her darkest hour she receives word that Mulder has been found — and is being held in a military brig for the murder of a man who cannot die.

Customer Reviews

The Truth is out there

one of the best seasons of the series w/ the exception of season 3 & 4.

Xfiles

Really good

SUNSHINE DAYS....

The 9th season of The X-Files includes what is perhaps the best episode of this series, "Sunshine Days," or that is what this viewer feels, for it's remarkable imaginative writing and the love that it creates, albeit it requires the viewer to suspend all disbelief and that, because of the vision of the writer or writers of this episode, is done because of their letting the story go where it wanted to, as loving parents let their progeny go though doing so may leave them feeling quite alone. As the story unfolds what makes us all feel what it means to be alive empties us of all the fear that too often prevents us from reaching out to each other, as the psychologist commands his patient never to use his psycho-kinetic powers again and assures him he is not alone in the world. Doggett reaching for Reyes hand at the end of this story completes this remarkable tale.