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*In the script used to film this episode, Agent Doggett is once mistakenly referred to as "Agent White", as the character was originally to have been named Bud White after a character in the movie ''[[Los Angeles|LA]] Confidential''.
 
*In the script used to film this episode, Agent Doggett is once mistakenly referred to as "Agent White", as the character was originally to have been named Bud White after a character in the movie ''[[Los Angeles|LA]] Confidential''.
   
*According to writer [[Chris Carter]], this episode begins "a day or two" after [[Fox Mulder|Mulder]]'s [[alien abduction|abduction]] seen in the final episode of [[TXF Season 7|Season 7]], "[[Requiem]]". The episode's script reveals that the scene in which Scully stands looking at herself in a mirror, near the start of the episode, is set on her first working day without Mulder.
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*According to writer [[Chris Carter]], this episode begins "a day or two" after [[Fox Mulder's abduction]], as seen in the final episode of [[TXF Season 7|Season 7]], "[[Requiem]]". The episode's script reveals that the scene in which Scully stands looking at herself in a mirror, near the start of the episode, is set on her first working day without Mulder.
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*[[Chris Carter]] was inspired to write the scene in which Scully splashes water into Doggett's face, due to Carter being aware that new actor Robert Patrick would be facing opposition from some members of the fan community. After the conclusion of ''[[The X-Files]]'' [[television]] series in [[2002 production history|2002]], Patrick commented that this part of the episode had been his favorite scene he had ever shot for the series, admitting that he couldn't think of a better way to introduce the character and that the scene not only said a lot but that it had actually helped him, and [[Tom Braidwood]], who appears in this episode as long-running [[TXF recurring character appearances|recurring character]] Frohike, similarly remarked that the first meeting of Doggett and Scully was one of his own favorite scenes from the entire series. (''[[The Complete X-Files: Behind the Series, the Myths and the Movies]]'')
   
 
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John Doggett and Dana Scully meet
Series: The X-Files
Original Airdate: 11-05-00
Production Number: 8X01
Date(s): 2000
Written by: Chris Carter
Directed by: Kim Manners

An FBI task force is organized to hunt for Mulder but Scully suspects the task force leader, Special Agent John Doggett, and instead chooses to search for her lost partner with Skinner.

Summary

Campbell and John Richter We are not who we are!

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Background Information

  • Before it was televised, this episode was also known as "Third Party".
  • In the script used to film this episode, Agent Doggett is once mistakenly referred to as "Agent White", as the character was originally to have been named Bud White after a character in the movie LA Confidential.
  • According to writer Chris Carter, this episode begins "a day or two" after Fox Mulder's abduction, as seen in the final episode of Season 7, "Requiem". The episode's script reveals that the scene in which Scully stands looking at herself in a mirror, near the start of the episode, is set on her first working day without Mulder.
  • Chris Carter was inspired to write the scene in which Scully splashes water into Doggett's face, due to Carter being aware that new actor Robert Patrick would be facing opposition from some members of the fan community. After the conclusion of The X-Files television series in 2002, Patrick commented that this part of the episode had been his favorite scene he had ever shot for the series, admitting that he couldn't think of a better way to introduce the character and that the scene not only said a lot but that it had actually helped him, and Tom Braidwood, who appears in this episode as long-running recurring character Frohike, similarly remarked that the first meeting of Doggett and Scully was one of his own favorite scenes from the entire series. (The Complete X-Files: Behind the Series, the Myths and the Movies)

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