Agent Doggett ignores the incident where Kobold projectile vomited a large amount of ectoplasm over him when trying to explain why there was nothing supernatural about the case.
At the end, when Agent Doggett is illustrating how Kobold chose his victims from the word Dæmonicus, they seem to forget about the guard who "helped" his neighboring cellmate escape.
Just an observation if the agents and the police were hell-bent for leather in getting to Dr. Sampson's house because of a threat to her life, why didn't they pursue the truck that was obviously leaving her house just as they were pulling up?
In the scene where Reyes is explaining how the Mountjoys were killed, she states that one of the assailants held Mr. Mountjoy in his seat while the other one shot him. In the little flashback scene, the one "demon" is behind Mr. Mountjoy holding his shoulders to keep him in the chair while the other "demon" shoots him in the forehead. If this were the case, the "demon" holding him would have been hit by the round as it exited the rear of Mr. Mountjoy's head.
In the end of the episode, John Doggett is writing the word Daemonicus on the blackboard. We can see, that he's left-handed.
Fake phone guide: At the end of the episode, when Scully is looking at the phone guide page, looking for "Darren and Evelyn", you can see it's actually a fake page.
Pause it and check, the names, addresses and phone numbers repeat to the bottom of the page.
As Agent Reyes is checking some notes sat at Mulder's desk her pencil breaks. She looks up and sees there are pencils stuck in the polystyrene roof tiles. They were first shown in the episode Chinga back in season 5 as Mulder was bored in Scully's absence.
To be a medical doctor, Scully displays fairly poor parenting skills when she places William in his crib wrapped in a blanket. Infants of that age should not have blankets near them while sleeping due to the risk of suffocation should they become entangled.
When Brad comes to stop Doggett after Scully has finished the autopsy, he enters the room where the autopsy was carried out and immediately goes to the last examination table where the body was. In other shots there were obviously other tables in the room, how did Brad know that was the table the body was on. In the same scene we can see he brought four FBI agents for 'backup'. Why would he need four when all he was doing was 'punishing' Doggett, this is a bit extreme when Doggett hasn't even committed a crime.
Goof: Skinner shoots Krycek twice in the arm which knocks Krycek to the floor. As Krycek talks to Skinner his head position implies that he's still on the floor. However, when Skinner shoots him again (in slow motion), Krycek is on his feet.
Goof: When Reyes pulls back Billy's collar to show Scully he doesn't have any vitals, it's visible that a piece of the fake skin that covers the bump on his neck is folded over.
When Doggett first meets Rohrer at the Bureau he shows an official FBI badge, but in the scene following he has a red (visitor's) one.
Frohicke said to Mulder that Doggett never told Mulder where Scully was, but he did when Mulder was in the parking garage asking Doggett on the phone where she was and he heard too.
What Frohicke said was that Doggett never reached Mulder with specific coordinates. He told him the name of the town and that it was in northern Georgia but this town was abandoned and probably would not have been on any maps, so the fact that Mulder found it was a miracle.
Goof: During the chase scene in the FBI corridors, Doggett is carrying his gun. When the scenes cuts to the stairwell, the gun is gone, and when the scene returns to the corridors, the gun is back on his hand.
At the end, Mulder asks Scully what she named their son. She says that she named him, William, after Mulder's father. William is also Mulder's middle name as well as Scully's father's and brother's first name.
Mulder: (to Scully) Now I see why you gave up a career in medicine to join the FBI, Scully, you have Manos de Piedra.
'Manos de Piedra' means 'hands of stone' in Spanish.
Do you know the height one must fall to be considered possibly life threatening? Twice that of his height. Two times in this episode Doggett falls from a height equal or greater to three times his height. Both times he gets up, uninjured.
Once again we find Scully talking into a phone where we hear dial tone (when Mulder chases the creature into Stites house). Mulder and Scully are pretty smart, why don't they ever realize that when you hear dial tone after talking with someone...that means they hung up on you.
Leyla Harrison asks Mulder how he got back from Antarctica after saving Scully, when his vehicle was out of fuel. This is a nod to many X-Philes who had been asking this same question.
When Mulder leaves Doggett in the X-Files office you can see a picture of Samantha on the desk. Mulder wouldn't leave the FBI without it.
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