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Directed by Paul Shapiro
Mulder and Scully investigate a pair of women who look identical and cause mayhem to break out whenever they're near each other.
- Continuity Nod: When Mulder deduces that Zupanic is unaware of the doppelgangers of Betty and Lulu, Scully responds with a line that Mulder said in their first meeting."Well, I guess that's why they put the "I" in the FBI."
- Doppelgänger: Betty and Lulu. As well as Mulder and Scully's lookalikes. Plus, Bert Zupanic and his own twin.
- Hate Plague: When Betty and Lulu are in the vicinity of each other, people start attacking each other, as part of the general wave of mayhem they generate.
- Hollywood Healing: Mulder's and Scully's faces are badly battered, bruised; they have stitches and Mulder's jaw is even wired, and his arm is broken. They are a sorry sight indeed! By the next episode, they're fine.
- Hope Spot: For a moment, it seems like the Hate Plague has ended as Betty and Lulu see the doppelganger of Bert Zupanic. Unfortunately, when the real Zupanic sees him, the non-stop fighting comes back.
- Monster of the Week: Two doppelgangers whose close proximities with each other cause random occurrences, like fighting sprees.
- Oh, Crap!: Said word-for-word by Mulder, as he ends up between Betty and Lulu's presences, as seen in the page image. This causes him to be sucked into a steaming sewer hole.
- Sound-Effect Bleep: Mulder's cell reception keeps inexplicably cutting out whenever he tries to say the word "shit".
- "No [static], Sherlock.
- "Somebody's got to get to that fight and keep those two women apart or else this time the [static] is going to hit the fans."