Original Air Date
April 13, 2001
To rescue a man, Jimmy suggests that the Lone Gunmen infiltrate a prison.
Darren E. Burrows
The Sam Houston Motor Lodge is the same motel than the one in the X-Files episode Bad Blood.
"We defend the defenseless, I don't see any other way." -Byers-
Byers and Jimmy in prison
By Vivi on May 10, 2018
This episode has an end that can be surprising. It's also nice to see Yves who helps the lone gunmen without personal interest.
I cannot state enough how the music of the series is horrible. I really do not understand how someone as talented as Mark Snow could produce such a horrible soundtrack. Do you remember the album The Truth and the Light? Imagine listening to an entire album of that music? I bet you wouldn't want that.
The series is really like a bad half-copy of The A-Team, only flatter and not going at it fully. That's the big problem. When it goes fully at it, it is stupid, and when it goes the serious way, it is a pale copy of The X-Files with lame characters. This is the pure example of a zero sum.
Oh, and the episode is sexist as well. Really horrible.
I give it 2 out of 10. Very bad.
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