The X-Files Eve Episode  » TV  »
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  • I wouldn't call it my favorite episode of the popular 1990s American television series The X-Files but I think it was an interesting episode nonetheless because of the episode
  • In fact, I think it reminded me of a certain episode of the television series Law and Order
  • I like this episode since it dealt with something similar to cloning as this was only one of a series of murders which happened at different areas in the country
  • I would recommend this episode to be watched by X-Files fans as well as fans of science fiction and horror


    • by RedTape
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      I watched the X-Files episode “Eve” at about three separate times. However I was unable to watch the episode fully until very recently. I wouldn’t call it my favorite episode of the popular 1990s American television series “The X-Files” but I think it was an interesting episode nonetheless because of the episode. In fact, I think it reminded me of a certain episode of the television series “Law and Order: SVU” where

      various couples found themselves with clones of the same baby as they had all gone to one doctor when they were having problems with their fertility. Of course, the same thing does not happen here, but something similar does.

      The introduction is set first of all in Greenwich Connecticut where a little girl is seen walking slowly from a house into the road. A couple jogging see the little girl as she ...


      • stands near the sidewalk and approach her in concern since she is standing in the cold by herself. They ask her where her father is and she tells them that he is in the yard since he said that he wanted some time by himself. The couple decide to go and look for her father and they find him dead sitting upright in a swing in the yard. Mulder and Scully are
        sent to investigate when Scully finds out that the man died from exsanguination and lost four liters of blood.

        I like this episode since it dealt with something similar to cloning as this was only one of a series of murders which happened at different areas in the country. I would recommend this episode to be watched by X-Files fans as well as fans of science fiction and horror.




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