Lone Gunmen

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Three Of A Kind (The X-Files) - Production - Background and Writing
... sorts to the fifth season episode "Unusual Suspects", concluding a minor story-arc featuring The Lone Gunmen and Susanne Modeski, the woman who led to the ... in the episode, during a scene when The Lone Gunmen electronically synthesize it in order to convince Scully to travel to Las Vegas ... and John Shiban decided to write an episode based around The Lone Gunmen ...
List Of Awards And Nominations Received By The X-Files - Young Artist Awards
... Won The X-Files Franchise The X-Files Millennium The Lone Gunmen Merchandise Literature Comics Ten Thirteen Productions The X-Files Writers Awards Characters Minor Characters Monsters-of-the-Week ...
List Of Writers Of The X-Files - Episode Links
... The X-Files Franchise The X-Files Millennium The Lone Gunmen Merchandise Literature Comics Ten Thirteen Productions The X-Files Writers Awards Characters Minor Characters Monsters-of-the-Week ...
The Lone Gunmen (TV Series)
... The Lone Gunmen is an American science fiction television series created by Chris Carter and broadcast on Fox ... The Lone Gunmen was first broadcast in March 2001 and, despite positive reviews, its ratings dropped ... The series revolved around the three characters of The Lone Gunmen Melvin Frohike, John Fitzgerald Byers and Richard Langly, a group of "geeky" investigators who ran a conspiracy ...
Triangle (The X-Files) - Plot
... Meanwhile, in the present, The Lone Gunmen inform Dana Scully (Gillian Anderson) that they have lost contact with Mulder, who had set out in search of the Queen Anne ... Scully leaves with the Gunmen to find Mulder ... Meanwhile, Scully and the Lone Gunmen find the Queen Anne and board it, only to find that it is an empty ghost ship ...

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