The X-Files Humbug Episode  » TV  »
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  • At the time I thought it was very scary, but recently when I watched it again, I didn't find it scary at all
  • I only found it interesting because of the plot and the development of the characters
  • I think I remember one actor in it also who I thought looked a little familiar even though I do not know his name
  • I would recommend this episode to all X-Files fans
  • I found it enjoyable and I'm sure they might also


    • by RedTape
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      This is the 44th episode of the popular 90s American television series “The X-Files”. It is also the 20th episode in season 2. It is quite memorable for me as this is also one of the first full episodes I remember watching in the 90s when I was a child. At the time I thought it was very scary, but recently when I watched it again, I

      didn’t find it scary at all. I only found it interesting because of the plot and the development of the characters. I think I remember one actor in it also who I thought looked a little familiar even though I do not know his name.

      The episode is introduced when a circus performer, “The Alligator Man” is seen playing a pool with his two sons. He tells ...


      • them to go to bed before their mother sees that they are still in it, and then continues to swim about for a little bit after they have gone. He is then attacked by something in the pool.

        That is one of a series of strange killings amongst a set of circus performers which agents Mulder and Scully are sent to investigate as an X-File. They learn that

        they are some of a series of killings which has occurred in every state over 25 years. Each victim has been mutilated in a strange way. However later on in the case Mulder and Scully discover that the killings are being done by the parasitic twin of one of the performers.

        I would recommend this episode to all X-Files fans. I found it enjoyable and I’m sure they might also.




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