TV Show Episode: Conduit: (X-files Season 1)
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  • I really felt for Fox Mulder, who wanted so much to solve the mystery because it reminded him of his missing sister, who disappeared when he was as a child


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      Conduit is an episode of the X-Files from season one. The X-Files is a show that ran on Fox in the 1990s.

      It was very well known and very popular.

      The stories revolved around to federal agents, Fox Mulder and Dana Scully, who investigated strange happenings — the so-called X-Files.

      Scully plays a skeptic, while Mulder is convinced that “the truth is out there” and that aliens


      and paranormal entities are real.

      In this episode of the X-Files, Scully and Mulder investigate a case of the missing girl.

      She has vanished from the camper in the woods, and her younger brother is the only witness.

      The boy won’t talk, but sits in front of the television copying endless streams of one and zeros on paper.

      The national defense department gets involved when it turns out ...


      • some of these seemingly random numbers corresponds with the defense satellite that is top secret.

        No one can explain how the boy could have copied such a sequence, or why other sequences of numbers reveal famous poems, plays and symphonies.

        This episode of the X-Files is very entertaining.

        I really felt for Fox Mulder, who wanted so much to solve the mystery because it reminded him of his missing sister,

        who disappeared when he was as a child.

        You got a lot of insight into his character and the drive that compels him to try and solve such strange cases.

        The story unfolds in a real mystery — did the troubled girl runaway, was she murdered by a jealous rival, or would she really abducted by aliens? The episode was very good and kept me on the edge of my seat.




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