The day then starts over with Mulder’s water bed springing a leak (A good callback to Morris Fletcher) and the brokers should repeat the day till they get it right. It may be very Groundhog Day however with an X-Files spin on it. The Flukeman himself was performed by Darin Morgan who would go on to put in writing some absolute classics himself. Another positive note was in true X-Files style, the day was not utterly saved and the villain manages to stroll (well not fairly on this case) free.
It’s not scary in any respect however it is humorous and has a heart. If Mulder himself had a favorite episode of The X-Files I assume it will be this one. https://hookupranker.com/wapa-review/ Written by Darin Morgan (see I told you he wrote some classics) Mulder and Scully travel to a group of circus sideshow performers to analyze a sequence of murders.