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X-Files, The - Season 9
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Country Flag of the United States.jpg USA
Channel FOX
Genre Science-Fiction
Investigative Thriller
Broadcast November 11, 2001 -
May 19, 2002
No. of Episodes 20
Main Cast
Character Actor
Fox Mulder

(Series Finale Only)

David Duchovny
Dana Scully Gillian Anderson
John Doggett Robert Patrick
Monica Reyes Annabeth Gish
Walter Skinner Mitch Pileggi


Season 9 of The X-Files premiered on November 11, 2001. Season 9 would be the last season of the original series and (to date) the last X-Files production to be filmed in Los Angeles, California. S9 was in many ways a departure from previous seasons of the show, due to its somewhat differing style and new main characters. After fulfilling his contract in Season 8, David Duchovny and his character Fox Mulder would, aside from the series finale, exit the show completely in Season 9, appearing otherwise only in archive footage (a very brief cameo of Mulder occurred in the episode "William", which Duchovny directed, his last directing credit in the show). Among Season 9's noted changes were the opening credits, which were markedly different from those of prior years; They contained slightly altered theme music, new graphics and images, and featured Annabeth Gish and, in selected episodes, Mitch Pileggi, as main actors in addition to Gillian Anderson and Robert Patrick. Duchovny would also be featured in the main credits for the series finale, a marked difference from the usual norm of TV shows billing returning former main actors as 'Special Guest Stars'; As such, the main credits for the finale featured five characters, the most of any episode in the series.

Chris Carter felt the show could remain viable with new leads; It was believed both Duchovny and Anderson would leave the show after S8, and therefore, starting in S9, the series would focus around Patrick's John Doggett and Gish's Monica Reyes. Anderson would decide to stay on for the ninth season, however, as would Carter himself, despite stating desires for the show to proceed without him for the ninth year. The season's 'Monster of the Week' episodes would mostly exhibit Doggett and Reyes (with Scully in more of an advisory capacity), while the mythology would focus on Scully's son, William, and the emerging new conspiracy involving the alien 'Super Soldiers'. Monica Reyes, a New-Ager and open personality, would supplement Scully as a 'believer' in the show, playing against the newly established 'skeptic', Doggett.

Despite the optimism and some solid episodes, the season dropped in the ratings and received increased negative reviews from fans and critics, and FOX would ultimately decide to cancel the series after the ninth season. As such, several aspects of conclusion would take place as Season 9 progressed, including revelation of the truth behind the death of Doggett's son and the withdrawal of the subplot involving Scully's child. One element of closure would be the episode "Jump the Shark", which served as a semi-crossover and pseudo-finale to the spin-off series The Lone Gunmen, which, like Carter's other series Millennium, had been cancelled with no resolution to its' story threads.

The ninth and final season of The X-Files television series ran 20 episodes and concluded in a combined two-part finale that debuted on May 19, 2002. This would be the last piece of official X-Files filmed media until the production of the second feature film, The X-Files: I Want To Believe, released in 2008.


The following weapons were used in Season 9 of the television series The X-Files:

Contents


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Pistols

SIG-Sauer P226

FBI Special Agent John Doggett (Robert Patrick) carries a SIG-Sauer P226 as his sidearm. FBI Special Agent Dana Scully (Gillian Anderson) is also occasionally seen with a P226 instead of her usual SIG-Sauer P228 in S9, most notably in "Improbable" (S9E13). FBI Assistant Director Walter Skinner (Mitch Pileggi) is also seen with a SIG P226. Other FBI agents and government personnel are seen with P226s.

In "Provenance" (S9E09), a continuity error is present as Scully is first seen wielding a SIG-Sauer P226, which then changes to her usual SIG-Sauer P228, and then back again to a P226 (see 'Special' section below).

SIG-Sauer P226 - 9x19mm
Special Agent John Doggett's SIG P226 and his ID on the desk of Deputy Director Alvin Kersh (James Pickens Jr.) near the conclusion of "Nothing Important Happened Today II" (S9E02).
Doggett (Robert Patrick) wields his SIG-Sauer P226 in "4-D" (S9E04).
FBI Assistant Director Walter Skinner (Mitch Pileggi) wields a SIG P226 in "4-D" (S9E04). To the left is a FBI tactical agent with an MP5A3.
Agent Doggett with his P226 in "Hellbound" (S9E08).
Special Agents Monica Reyes (Annabeth Gish) and Dana Scully (Gillian Anderson) draw their weapons in "Improbable" (S9E13). On the left, Reyes has a P228 while Scully has a P226.
Scully with the SIG-Sauer P226 in "Improbable" (S9E13).
Agent Scully fires the SIG P226 at a locked door in "Improbable" (S9E13). Note the considerable muzzle flash.
Reyes struggles with 'Mad Wayne'/'Wayno', here with a P226 in-hand (instead of the P228 she previously carried) in "Improbable" (S9E13).
Mad Wayne (Ray McKinnon) grabs and attempts to fire the SIG in "Improbable" (S9E13).
Assistant Director Brad Follmer (Cary Elwes) with a P226 in "Release" (S9E17).
Special Agent Doggett (Robert Patrick) wields his SIG-Sauer P226 in the second part of the two-part series finale "The Truth" (S9E19 / S9E20).


Special

Scully is seen entering the room with a SIG P226 here in "Provenance" (S9E09). This is likely a rubber stunt version as it is knocked away in the next shot.
When the gun settles on the floor, it becomes a SIG-Sauer P228 (Note this is one of the best closeups of a P228 in the entire show).
..But then changes back to a P226 when the rogue FBI Agent Robert Comer (Neal McDonough) goes to pick it up.

SIG-Sauer P228

FBI Special Agent Dana Scully (Gillian Anderson) carries a SIG-Sauer P228 as her sidearm. FBI Special Agent Monica Reyes (Annabeth Gish) also carries a SIG P228. Other FBI and government agents on the show are also seen using P228s.

SIG-Sauer P228 - 9x19mm
Special Agent Monica Reyes (Annabeth Gish) with her SIG-Sauer P228 drawn in "Dæmonicus" (S9E03).
Excellent view of Agent Reyes' SIG-Sauer P228 in a drawer in the residence of Erwin Timothy Lukesh in "4-D" (S9E04).
Lukesh (Dylan Haggerty) toys with the SIG P228 in "4-D" (S9E04).
Special Agent Dana Scully (Gillian Anderson) wields her SIG P228 in "Lord of the Flies" (S9E05). TRIVIA: "Lord of the Flies" featured Aaron Paul, who would go on to star in Breaking Bad, which was produced/written by X-Files writer Vince Gilligan. Along with Bryan Cranston and Dean Norris, he is one of three Breaking Bad stars who first came to Gilligan's attention through their guest appearances on The X-Files.
Scully aims her P228 at Patti (Allison Smith), a woman who supposedly attempted to kidnap her baby son William, in "Trust No 1" (S9E06).
Reyes attempts to draw her SIG P228 in "Trust No 1" (S9E06). Note 'P228' on the grips.
An amnesiac John Doggett (Robert Patrick) holds the SIG-Sauer P228 on Reyes in "John Doe" (S9E07).
Agent Reyes struggles with an assailant with her SIG P228 in-hand in "Hellbound" (S9E08).
Special Agent Reyes (Annabeth Gish) wields her SIG-Sauer P228 in the second part of the two-part series finale "The Truth" (S9E19 / S9E20).

Beretta 92FS

Beretta 92FS pistols are seen numerous times throughout the series, carried and used by police officers and government agents, as well as soldiers and military personnel as a Beretta M9 substitute.

Beretta 92FS - 9x19mm
A Beretta seen here holstered on a guard on a Navy ship in "Nothing Important Happened Today II" (S9E02).
A masked perpetrator brandishes a Beretta 92FS in "Dæmonicus" (S9E03).
Closeup of the 92FS in "Dæmonicus" (S9E03).
A Beretta 92FS lays next to a deceased masked suspect in "Dæmonicus" (S9E03). Note the brown grips on this particular Beretta.
A SWAT officer with a Beretta 92FS holstered in "Release" (S9E17).

M1911A1

Standard M1911A1 pistols are seen occasionally throughout the series. Several are notably wielded by corrupt Mexican policeman in "John Doe" (S9E07).

Colt M1911A1 Pistol - .45 ACP. This was an issued US Army pistol with parkerized finish, thus the official designation of M1911A1.
The corrupt Mexican police take position in "John Doe" (S9E07). The nearest officer wields a M1911A1.
The officer fires his M1911A1 in "John Doe" (S9E07).

Glock 17

John Doggett (Robert Patrick) is seen with a Glock 17 in a flashback to his time as an NYPD officer in "Underneath" (S9E12). This is incorrect as the full-size Glock 17 is not one of the NYPD-approved semiautomatic sidearms (The Glock 19, however, is) and at the time this flashback takes place (1989), most patrol officers were still issued revolvers - The issuance of semiautos in lieu of revolvers would not begin occurring in the NYPD until the early 1990s.

Glock 17 2nd Generation - 9x19mm
Doggett, here in 1989 as an NYPD officer, has a Glock 17 drawn near the beginning of "Underneath" (S9E12).

Glock 17 Training Variant

A training variant of the Glock 17 is seen in the holster of an FBI Agent Trainee assisting Scully at Quantico in "Hellbound" (S9E08).

Glock 17R training pistol.
On the left, the Glock 17 training pistol is seen in the trainee's holster in "Hellbound" (S9E08).

Colt Mustang

Dana Scully is seen using what appears to be a blued Colt Mustang after she is initially overpowered and disarmed of her SIG by the rogue FBI Agent Robert Comer (Neal McDonough) in "Provenance" (S9E09). This appears to be a secondary/backup weapon for Scully, though this is the only time she is seen in the series with this gun. It is possible this was a stand-in for the Manurhin PPK she previously carried in the first and third seasons of the show.

Colt Mustang, Stainless finish - .380 ACP
Agent Scully's mother Margaret Scully (Sheila Larken) produces the holstered Colt Mustang in "Provenance" (S9E09).
Scully (Gillian Anderson) fires the Mustang in "Provenance" (S9E09).

Heckler & Koch USP

The 'Overcoat Woman' (McNally Sagal), a member of the 'Lone Man' / Zeke Josepho's (Denis Forest) UFO cult, fires a Heckler & Koch USP at 'The Lone Gunmen', disabling their van and subsequently kidnapping Scully's son William (whom the Gunmen were protecting) at the conclusion of "Provenance" (S9E09). Another USP with suppressor mounted is used by a hired operative who confronts former 'Man in Black' Morris Fletcher (Michael McKean) in the X-Files / The Lone Gunmen semi-crossover/finale episode "Jump the Shark" (S9E15).

Heckler & Koch USP - 9x19mm
The 'Overcoat Woman' (McNally Sagal) fires the USP at the Lone Gunmen's van in "Provenance" (S9E09).
The Overcoat Woman raises the USP.
The Overcoat Woman holds her Heckler & Koch USP to the head of John Fitzgerald Byers (Bruce Harwood) at the conclusion of "Provenance" (S9E09).
The suppressed USP is held on Morris Fletcher (Michael McKean) in "Jump the Shark" (S9E15), which serves as a crossover and pseudo-finale for the cancelled spin-off series The Lone Gunmen.
Opposite view of the operative wielding his H&K USP with suppressor in "Jump the Shark" (S9E15). It should be noted that use of a suppressor on a firearm in this particular environment (the middle of the ocean) is rather nonsensical.

Smith & Wesson 5906

What appears to be a Smith & Wesson 5906 is wielded by 'The Shadow Man' (Terry O'Quinn) in "Trust No 1" (S9E06).

Smith & Wesson 5906 (late model) - 9x19mm
The Shadow Man (Terry O'Quinn) pulls what appears to be a S&W 5906 in "Trust No 1" (S9E06).
The Shadow Man with the 5906 in "Trust No 1" (S9E06).

Browning Hi-Power

An older Browning Hi-Power is wielded by the 'Man on the Street' (Steven Flynn) in "Trust No 1" (S9E06).

Classic Commercial Browning Hi-Power (Belgian Mfg) - 9x19mm
The Man on the Street begins to pull his Browning Hi-Power in "Trust No 1" (S9E06). Note the older-style hammer.
The pistol clears the pocket.
'The Man on the Street' (Steven Flynn) wields the Hi-Power in "Trust No 1" (S9E06).

Revolvers

Smith & Wesson Model 10

Nestor (Ramón Franco), friend and associate of Domingo Salmeron (Frank Roman), pulls a Smith & Wesson Model 10 on an amnesiac John Doggett (Robert Patrick) in "John Doe" (S9E07). Doggett also briefly wields the revolver in "John Doe".

Smith & Wesson Model 10 - .38 Special
Nestor (Ramón Franco) pulls the Smith & Wesson Model 10 on Doggett in "John Doe" (S9E07). Note the slightly sharp-angled (not rounded) front sight, indicating this as a postwar, post-'M&P' Model 10 revolver.
John Doggett (Robert Patrick) disarms Nestor and holds the S&W Model 10 on him and Domingo.
Opposite view of Doggett holding the revolver on Domingo (Frank Roman) and Nestor in "John Doe" (S9E07), this shot more clearly showing the frame and S&W-style cylinder latch.
Doggett unloads the revolver in "John Doe" (S9E07).
Nestor wields the Smith & Wesson Model 10 in "John Doe" (S9E07).

Ruger SP101

A Ruger SP101 is retrieved and wielded by a homeowner near the beginning of "Dæmonicus" (S9E03).

Ruger SP101 - .357 Magnum
The Ruger is loaded in "Dæmonicus" (S9E03).
Good shot of the Ruger SP101 in the hands of homeowner Darren Mountjoy (Tim Halligan) in "Dæmonicus" (S9E03).
The revolver is left planted in the hands of Darren Mountjoy as part of displaying a murder-suicide in "Dæmonicus" (S9E03).
A flashback shows the SP101 being fired in "Dæmonicus" (S9E03).

Taurus Model 85

What appears to be an older Taurus Model 85 is briefly wielded by the Captain of an old US Navy ship (Ryan Cutrona), upon which secret experiments are being conducted, in the second part of the two-part season opener "Nothing Important Happened Today II" (S9E02). The revolver appears to be a 5-shot snub nose akin to a Smith & Wesson Model 36, however it appears to have a shrouded ejector-rod.

Taurus Model 85 (classic version), blued finish - .38 Special
What appears to be a Taurus Model 85 is pulled on a guard in "Nothing Important Happened Today II" (S9E02).
The revolver is held on the guard in "Nothing Important Happened Today II" (S9E02).

Single Action Army

What appears to be a Single Action Army (or clone) is briefly seen in "Hellbound" (S9E08).

Colt Single Action Army w/ 4.75" ('Quick-Draw'-length) barrel - .45 Long Colt
Doggett (Robert Patrick) spots an old Single Action Army revolver in an abandoned mine in "Hellbound" (S9E08).
Doggett inspects the revolver.

Smith & Wesson Model 66

What appears to be a Smith & Wesson Model 66 is drawn by a Sheriff in "Scary Monsters" (S9E14).

Smith & Wesson Model 66 'Combat Magnum' with 4" barrel - .357 Magnum
Sheriff Jack Coogan (Steve Ryan) pulls the S&W Model 66 in "Scary Monsters" (S9E14).
Doggett (Robert Patrick) moves to kick away the revolver.

Submachine Guns

Heckler & Koch MP5A3

Numerous Heckler & Koch MP5A3s are seen throughout the series. These are wielded by police tactical officers and government agents, as well as military and black-ops personnel. Almost all of the MP5A3s seen in the later seasons (Seasons 6 - 9) are fitted with Surefire 628 weaponlight forearms and feature Navy lower receivers/trigger packs.

Heckler & Koch MP5A3 with Surefire 628 dedicated forend weaponlight and safe-semi-two round burst trigger group - 9x19mm
To the left and far right, FBI tactical agents are briefly seen wielding Surefire-equipped MP5A3s in "4-D" (S9E04).
A SWAT officer moves in with an MP5A3 in "Release" (S9E17).
SWAT officers surround Rudolph Hayes / Stuart Mimms (Jared Poe), armed with Surefire-equipped Heckler & Koch MP5A3s in "Release" (S9E17).

MAC-10

A MAC-10 is briefly seen wielded by one of the hired operatives who confront Morris Fletcher (Michael McKean) in "Jump the Shark" (S9E15).

Ingram MAC-10 - 9x19mm
In the background, toward the right, a mercenary wields a MAC-10 in "Jump the Shark" (S9E15).

Rifles / Carbines

M16A2

Actual M16A2 rifles are seen in the later seasons produced in Los Angeles, California (Season 6 onward), rather than Olympic Arms variants as seen in the previous Vancouver-produced seasons of the show. These appear in the hands of police and law enforcement officers, as well as military personnel. Several are wielded by Mexican Federal Police near the conclusion of "John Doe" (S9E07), and notably by US soldiers during a battle scene set in the Persian Gulf War, shown in a flashback at the beginning of "Providence" (S9E10). Many of the M16A2s in "Providence" are seen firing in fully-automatic (the actual M16A2 features a selective-fire with only semiautomatic and three-round burst options), and feature the 'star-pattern' or 'starburst' muzzle flash pattern of the M16A1 - These are "Hollywood" M16A2s, built on automatic A1 lower receivers and fitted with A1 flash-hiders. M16A2s are also wielded by Marines guarding a military complex in which Fox Mulder (David Duchovny) infiltrates at the beginning of the two-part series finale "The Truth" (S9E19 / S9E20).

M16A2 - 5.56x45mm
A Mexican Federal Police officer dismounts with an M16A2 in "John Doe" (S9E07).
The officer brings his M16A2 to bear in "John Doe" (S9E07).
The Federale wields an M16A2 as he takes down one of the corrupt policemen wielding a Mossberg in "John Doe" (S9E07).
In a flashback sequence at the beginning of "Providence" (S9E10), US soldiers in the Persian Gulf War return fire with M16A2 Rifles during the Battle of Al Busayyah on February 26, 1991.
A US soldier firing his M16A2 in "Providence" (S9E10).
Another US soldier firing his M16A2. Note the 'star-pattern' or 'starburst' muzzle flash, indicating these are fitted with M16A1 flash-hiders, as is often seen on M16A2s in Hollywood productions.
One of the soldiers radios for support with his M16A2 in-hand in "Providence" (S9E10).
A US Marine stands guard with an M16A2 Rifle at the beginning of the first part of the two-part series finale "The Truth" (S9E19 / S9E20).
The Marine guard motions to the bus driver with M16A2 in-hand in "The Truth" (S9E19 / S9E20).
Marines draw down on Mulder with their M16A2s near the beginning of "The Truth" (S9E19 / S9E20).

XM177 / CAR-15 (Mock-ups)

XM177-style carbines are seen used by military personnel and SWAT officers, notably by a squad of US troops (which are actually alien 'Super Soldier' human replacements) in a Gulf War battle flashback near the beginning of "Providence" (S9E10). These appear to be the same weapons from Season 6 and Season 8 - Mocked up from newer Colt Carbines with A2 receivers, such as the Model 727 (distinguished by the brass deflector and A2 rear sights) with mock XM-type flash moderators, similar to those commonly seem on carbines in LA productions. Unlike those earlier carbines, the weapons shown in "Providence" do not have mounted weaponlights.

XM177E1 Carbine (AKA Colt Model 609) - 5.56x45mm
Commercial CAR-15 Rifle - 5.56x45mm. This is strictly a semiautomatic civilian copy of the XM177 style of rifles.
The alien 'Super Soldier' squad marches into the battle in the Gulf War flashback sequence near the beginning of "Providence" (S9E10), all seemingly armed with XM177-style Carbines.
The flash moderator of the mockup XM177 seen here in "Providence" (S9E10).
The Super Soldier charges forward, unfazed by the enemy bullet hits, with Colt Carbine in-hand in "Providence" (S9E10).
One of the 'Super Soldier' troops marches away with his XM177-style Carbine in "Providence" (S9E10).

AKM

Iraqi insurgents are seen firing AKMs at the US soldiers in the Gulf War flashback sequence at the beginning of "Providence" (S9E10),

AKM - 7.62x39mm
An AKM being fired by an insurgent in "Providence" (S9E10).
An Iraqi fires his AKM in "Providence" (S9E10).

Shotguns

Remington 870

Remington 870s are wielded by police officers and and government agents throughout the series. Several are used by the corrupt Mexican police in "John Doe" (S9E07) - These appear to be fitted with synthetic furniture.

Remington 870 with early style black synthetic riot foregrips and buttstock - 12 Gauge
The corrupt Mexican police take position in "John Doe" (S9E07). The officer in the near background wields a Remington 870.
Another officer takes position with an 870.
An officer firing his Remington 870 in "John Doe" (S9E07).
The officer with his 870 in "John Doe" (S9E07).

Mossberg 500AT

What appears to be a Mossberg 500AT is used by one of the corrupt Mexican police officers in "John Doe" (S9E07).

Mossberg 500AT Shotgun - 12 Gauge. Note the wood furniture.
The corrupt Mexican police take position in "John Doe" (S9E07). The officer in the far right background has what appears to be a Mossberg.
The officer on the left with a Mossberg 500 as he and other officers dive out of the way of the approaching bus.
A corrupt Mexican policeman attempts to fire his Mossberg 500AT as he is taken down by a Federale in "John Doe" (S9E07). A Remington 870 is just seen to the right.

Ithaca 37

What appears to be an Ithaca 37 with extended magazine tube is used by one of the corrupt Mexican police officers in "John Doe" (S9E07).

Ithaca 37 with extended magazine tube - 12 Gauge
The corrupt Mexican police fire their weapons in "John Doe" (S9E07). Though unclear, the officer in the left far background has an Ithaca 37 with extended mag tube.
Another shot of the Ithaca wielded by the officer to the left. The officer on the right wields a Mossberg 500AT.
The officer with the extended mag tube Ithaca 37 in "John Doe" (S9E07).
The officer fires his Ithaca in "John Doe" (S9E07).

J.C. Higgins Model 20

A riot-length J.C. Higgins Model 20 is used by one of the corrupt Mexican policemen in "John Doe" (S9E07). The shotgun is fitted with a grenade launcher, used to launch several gas grenades.

J.C. Higgins Model 20 (long barrel version) - 12 Gauge
A corrupt Mexican policeman fires a J.C Higgins Model 20 shotgun (fitted with grenade launcher) in "John Doe" (S9E07).

Machine Guns

M249E2 SAW

What appears to be an M249E2 Squad Automatic Weapon (SAW) is seen next to the dazed Zeke Josepho (Denis Forest), in his flashback to the Battle of Al Busayyah in the Gulf War, shown near the beginning of "Providence" (S9E10).

FN M249-E2 Squad Automatic Weapon - Upgraded M249 with heat shield and full synthetic buttstock, equipped with a 200 round ammo drum - 5.56x45mm
Zeke Josepho (Denis Forest) lays in the rubble of a explosive blast in a flashback in "Providence" (S9E10). Next to him lays an M249E2 SAW, noted by the buttstock style and heatshield. TRIVIA: Actor Denis Forest died of a massive stroke on March 18, 2002; only 8 days after the airing of this episode.

Other

Poison Pellet Gun

In the X-Files / The Lone Gunmen semi-crossover/finale episode "Jump the Shark" (S9E15), Lois Runce AKA Yves Adele Harlow (Zuleikha Robinson) uses a seemingly air-operated poison pellet gun. The weapon does not appear to be based on any particular actual dart or pellet gun (or any other gun or firearm), but is included due to it's prominence in the episode.

Yves Adele Harlow pulls the poison pellet gun in "Jump the Shark" (S9E15).
Yves fires the weapon.
Yves Adele Harlow / Lois Runce (Zuleikha Robinson) enters a room with the pellet gun in-hand in "Jump the Shark" (S9E15)
Yves / Lois lays unconscious on the floor, the poison pellet gun lying next to her in "Jump the Shark" (S9E15).
On the left, Lone Gunmen member Melvin Frohike (Tom Braidwood) holds the pellet gun.
The poison pellet gun held by Agent Doggett (Robert Patrick).
Doggett holds the weapon in front of Yves and Jimmy Bond (Stephen Snedden) in "Jump the Shark" (S9E15).

Black Helicopters

Near the conclusion of the two-part series finale "The Truth" (S9E19 / S9E20), black helicopters are dispatched, armed with rocket pods. These appear to be seven-cell 2.75in Hydra FFAR (Folding-Fin Aerial Rocket) pods. They are used to destroy Anasazi ruins.

Closeup of the rocket pod on one of the Black Helicopters being dispatched in "The Truth" (S9E19 / S9E20).
The two Black Helicopters in transit.
The helicopters take up position in "The Truth" (S9E19 / S9E20).
The Black Helicopters begin their attack in "The Truth" (S9E19 / S9E20).
The helicopters firing their rockets.
The helicopters destroying the ruins in "The Truth" (S9E19 / S9E20).


See Also

The X-Files Franchise
Television Season 1  •  Season 2  •  Season 3  •  Season 4  •  Season 5  •  Season 6  •  Season 7  •  Season 8  •  Season 9  •  Season 10  •  Season 11
Films Fight the Future (1998)  •  I Want to Believe (2008)



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