Episode: Fearful Symmetry Episode Number: 2x18 Tagline: The Truth is Out There Focus: Zoo animals
|Writing: Steve De Jarnatt Direction: James Whitmore Jr. Original US Airdate: 24 Feb 1995 Nielsen Rating: 10.1|
Location: Fairfield, Idaho Title Explanation : A phrase from William Blake's poem 'The Tiger'
|Animals from a zoo in Idaho are suspected of killing several people, but witnesses claim that the real culprit is a powerful invisible force.|
Mulder: "I'd be willing to admit
the possibility of a tornado, but it's not really tornado season. I'd
even be willing to entertain the notion of a black hole passing over
the area or some cosmic anomaly but it's not really black hole season
either . . . If I were a betting man, I'd say it was . . ."
Scully: "What'cha looking for, Mulder?"
Mulder: "It's all happening at the zoo, Scully." ---
Kyle: ". . . All animals should run
(Mulder's cell-phone beeps)
Scully: "Well that guy really pisses
(Scully about to perform an autopsy
on the elephant)
Scully: "There's evidence of hyperplasia
and the corpus luteum is ruptured." (the elephant was preggers)