The X-Files

Tithonus - S6-E10

Trivia: If the story in this episode is to be believed, Scully is now completely immortal. Alfred Fellig couldn't die because he had bypassed death - his nurse died in his place. When Scully is all but dead and Fellig grabs death away from her and dies himself, this should leave Scully in the same position as Fellig was before he died - completely immortal.

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Tithonus - S6-E10

Trivia: In this episode, if the facts are followed, Scully would live forever because Fennig saw Death instead of her. In the earlier episode "Clyde Bruckman's Final Repose" (the man who can tell when people are going to die), she asks when she is going to die. He says 'you don't.' Maybe Scully really is intended to live forever.

Arcadia - S6-E15

Trivia: In this episode, Mulder and Scully go undercover as a married couple, Rob and Laura Petrie. This is a reference to The Dick Van Dyke Show, where the main characters were a couple named Rob and Laura Petrie.

Dreamland II (2) - S6-E5

Trivia: Fletcher says that Saddam Hussein is really a man named John Gillnitz. This is a mix of the names of three of the show's producers: John Shiban, Vince Gilligan, and Frank Spotnitz. There is also a character in the episode "Jump the Shark" named John Gillnitz, and a character in the video game, "The X Files: Resist or Serve" named John Gillnitz.

The Beginning - S6-E1

Trivia: In the power plant scene, a worker walks into the control room, there is a bald man with his feet on the control panel - asleep. His colleague greets him as 'Homer' - obvious reference to Homer J Simpson.

Jeff Walker

Terms of Endearment - S6-E7

Trivia: According to A. Crowley, the words "Zazas, zazas, nasatanada, zazas" come from some ancient vision: by them Adam was said to have opened the gates of Hell. They are supposed to mean "Open, open, gates of Hell, open" and some claim that it originated in Pagan Europe. (00:18:50)

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Agua Mala - S6-E13

Trivia: "Agua mala" is a quote from Ernest Hemingway's "The Old Man and the Sea" and means "Bad water" in Spanish.

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