The X-Files: The Complete Season 2 – Blu-ray Edition

the x files season 2The dynamic duo has been separated at the beginning of the second season. Seemingly due to their getting a little too close to the truth, the X-Files have been shut down. Scully (played by Gillian Anderson) is now teaching classes at the FBI academy in Quantico, Virginia while Mulder (played by David Duchovny) has been assigned to a series of mundane surveillance duties. He has also been paired with Agent Alex Krycek (played by Nicholas Lea) and X (played by Steven Williams) becomes his new source of information. Despite all the odds Mulder tries to keep searching for the truth.

Episode 1: Little Green Men: Mulder races to get to a downed UFO before the government can dispose of it.

Episode 2: The Host: The Flukeman, a genetic mutation that seems to be living in the New Jersey sewer system, is the target of a hunt by Mulder and Scully.

Episode 3: Blood: It seems like a series of murders in a small town are being perpetrated by everyday appliances.

Episode 4: Sleepless: Mulder has been assigned to a new partner, Alex Krycek, and their first case involves a Marine who may be able to kill with his dreams.

Episode 5: Duane Barry: Mulder is in the middle of negotiating a hostage situation and it is made all the more difficult when he begins to sympathize with the man after he says he is the victim of alien experimentation.

Episode 6: Ascension: Scully is abducted and Mulder begins a search for her.

Episode 7: 3: While on a case involving a series of ritualistic murders Mulder is intrigued by a suspect who may be a vampire.

Episode 8: One Breath: Scully is in a coma and fighting for her life while Mulder gets closer to unraveling her abduction.

Episode 9: Firewalker: Researchers investigating a volcano have become a new life force and begin pursuing Mulder and Scully.

Episode 10: Red Museum: The two agents are investigating a religious cult that leads them to a group of violent teens and alien DNA.

Episode 11: Excelsis Dei: Mulder and Scully have to deal with murderous poltergeists at a nursing home.

Episode 12: Audrey: The agents become involved with a pregnant woman who is being terrorized by a serial killer.

Episode 13: Irresistible: Scully is on the verge of death while Mulder is on the trail of a death fetishist.

Episode 14: Die Hand  Die Verletzt: A substitute teacher involved in human sacrifices put Mulder and Scully in danger.

Episode 15: Fresh Bones: While at a Haitian refugee camp, Mulder and Scully encounter a voodoo priest who seems to be able to raise the dead.

Episode 16: Colony: Mulder finds out something new about his abducted sister and Scully is in danger from a bounty hunter who is able to shape-shift.

Episode 17: End Game: Mulder goes after the bounty hunter who has abducted Scully and while doing so he uncovers some more information about an alien plan to colonize Earth.

Episode 18: Fearful Symmetry: Zoo animals being abducted and impregnated seems tied to the alien conspiracy.

Episode 19: Dod Kalm: Mulder and Scully find themselves stranded on a ghost ship and are aging rapidly.

Episode 20: Humbug: When a mysterious murderer begins killing sideshow performers Mulder and Scully begin an investigation.

Episode 21: The Calusari: A young boy seems to be possessed by an evil being and needs to undergo an exorcism.

Episode 22: F. Emasculata: A virus which gruesomely disfigures and then kills prison inmates pushes Mulder and Scully to quickly find the source and who has been already infected.

Episode 23: Soft Light: A scientist has accidentally undergone something that causes his shadow to become a deadly killer.

Episode 24: Our Town: A series of deaths in a small town seem to involve ancient rituals and cannibalism.

Episode 25: Anasazi: Mulder and Scully seem to have finally linked the government and a UFO cover-up.

Special Features:

Deleted Scenes
Chris Carter Talks About Season 2
Documentary: “The Truth About Season Two”
Duane Barry: Audio Commentary by Chris Carter
End Games: Audio Commentary by Frank Spotnitz
Anasazi: Audio Commentary by R.W. Goodwin

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