Fox Mulder - Wikipedia
With the X-files closed, Mulder is contacted by a political ally and sent on a . was going to be the Scully–Mulder relationship for at least the first eight episodes . The X-Files: I Want to Believe is a film and the second feature film installment of Special Agent Drummy leads Scully and Mulder off a helipad atop the FBI's . After he persuades her to go to sleep, the couple kiss but Scully humorously. FBI Special Agent Fox William Mulder is a fictional character in the Fox . During the last years of his work on the X-Files, Mulder was even forced to Mulder's closest friend was FBI partner Dana Scully, who was.
She was then returned to The Smoking Man to live out her life under his supervision, all the while undergoing additional tests.
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She was unable to bear the testing any longer so she ran away from her home and was eventually admitted to a nearby hospital, where she disappeared from her locked room. It is revealed that Samantha was taken by "spiritual intervention", with the help of beings called " Walk-ins ". Mulder is briefly reunited with Samantha's spirit. He returned to work for a brief period of time,  but was eventually fired for failure to follow orders not to investigate any X-Files.
Despite a defense organized by Walter Skinner with numerous witnesses, the judges sentence Mulder to death. With help from several people, including a reformed Kersh and the ghost of Alex KrycekMulder breaks out of prison and escapes with Scully. As of the series finaleMulder and Scully were on the run. Scully mentions that he is wanted by the FBI and dialogue also shows that the FBI does not really want to find him and is simply happy to have him "out of their hair".
He is called to assist with the investigation of a missing FBI agent. In exchange for his help, all charges against him are dropped. Along with Scully, they investigate several cases together like they had done originally.
Six weeks after their return to the X-Files, Mulder confronts an alive Smoking Man to try and prevent him carrying out a plan to depopulate the United States using a virus applied to smallpox vaccines. In a vision of Scully's, Mulder falls sick to the disease, but refuses the Smoking Man's help and his proposal to join his elite. Mulder is saved by Agent Miller and they regroup with Scully, however, she says Mulder needs a blood transfusion and only their son can give it to them. At that moment, an unidentified flying object hovers over the trio, which is where season ten ends.
The beginning of season eleven reveals this vision came from Scully's son, William. Over the course of season eleven, Scully and Mulder search for William. Skinner learns from the Smoking Man, that the Smoking Man, who is Mulder's father, also artificially impregnated Scully, and thus is William's father as well. In the third episode of the eleventh season, " Plus One ", Scully and Mulder are intimate again. In the season 11 finale, " My Struggle IV ", she reveals to Mulder that she is pregnant with his child.
Characterization[ edit ] "If there was a profiler like himself profiling him he would have to work from the fact that he has some oral fixation because he is constantly popping sunflower seeds. He doesn't have a bedroom, you've never seen him in his bed, you've seen him sleeping only in the couch. This only proves true as Mulder makes a habit of letting his personal feelings cloud his judgment; his emotional attachment to UFO cases becomes more severe throughout the series, because of Dana Scully 's eventual abduction and resultant cancer as well as his sister's abduction.
In the episode " Drive ", Mulder facetiously apologizes on behalf of the "international Jewish conspiracy" in response to the abusive and anti-Semitic tirades of a suspect, to which Mulder appears to take offense; the suspect also guesses Mulder's ethnicity is Jewish based on his last name.
David Duchovny suggested Mulder is Jewish when interviewed during production of the second season.
Mulder is almost never seen sleeping in a bed. The bedroom in his apartment which appeared as late as the sixth season of the show's run is apparently used for storage and is filled floor to ceiling with junk, including a couple of boxes of pornographic magazines. Mulder can seem to go through manic periods when worried or working on a case, contributing to or exacerbating his insomniac tendencies. I Want to Believe. Initially, he had no idea his father was involved in the conspiracy and Samantha 's disappearance.
Bill, who became disenchanted with the shadow government and his own role in the conspiracy, eventually approached Fox about his past deeds, but was shot and killed by Alex Krycek — working as an assassin for the Syndicate — before he could reveal any great amount of information. Teena dies of an apparent suicide, when the stress of Samantha's abduction finally becomes too painful. He is led to consider the possibility that his mother had had an affair with the Smoking Mana connection which may have resulted in the birth of either Samantha or Mulder himself.
Later, the document helped send Boggs to the North Carolina gas chamber but he received an executive stay.
In "Pilot", Mulder is described as having written a monograph on serial killers and the occult that helped catch a murderer in Although there is insufficient evidence to establish exactly when Mulder wrote this monograph prior toit is likely he wrote it while studying at Oxford, as there is no evidence to suggest he participated in such an intense academic period before the murderer's capture and, in the episode, Mulder's time at Oxford is mentioned directly before and in the same sentence as the description of him having written the monograph.
Similarly, Mulder mentions, in "Little Green Men", that he took music appreciation with Professor Ganzwhere he learned that the famous composer Johann Sebastian Bach had a genius for polyphony. Like the writing of his monograph, there is not adequate evidence to determine whether Mulder studied music appreciation at college. Mulder's Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Oxford. Despite his negative reaction to the fire demons video, Mulder graduated from Oxford University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology.
As Patterson's student, Mulder had learned that to know an artist, you must first look at his art - a lesson he interpreted as meaning that if you want to catch a monster, you have to become one yourself.
Although Mulder realized that there were psychological explanations, that the men were victims of their parents or their environments, the scientific explanations never truly satisfied him and he began to think of evil as a contagious disease that could spread "from man to man or age to age.
Mulder's first case at the FBI as a field agent was in He investigated a series of armed robberies in Washington, D. While working on the case, Mulder was a member of a large task force.
He had an unlikely suspicion that Barnett had an inside connection to an employee at the armored car company, who was providing the criminal with information about large shipments of cash. Barnett started sending taunting notes to Mulder as he continued working on the case. Eventually, the task force had a customs warehouse at an airport staked-out in the hope of capturing Barnett's informer.
However, Barnett was actually inside the vehicle himself when it arrived. Sensing that something was wrong, Barnett took the driver of the vehicle - his own accomplice - hostage. The FBI task force surrounded the criminal, ordering him to surrender his hostage and his weapon. Mulder took up a position directly behind Barnett with a clear shot at the criminal, but obeyed FBI regulations that prohibit agents from unnecessarily endangering the life of a hostage.
Mulder suspected that Barnett would surrender as he had no means of escape, but the killer shot his hostage at point-blank range and then fired his gun at Agent Steve Wallenberg 's face. Although Mulder shot Barnett twice, in the shoulder and hand, he was convinced that he could have saved Agent Wallenberg's life and never forgave himself for the deaths. Mulder later attended Barnett's trial and presented a testimony in court.
He recalled the events of the shoot-out and angrily insulted Barnett while the judge ordered him to step down from the witness stand. After Mulder eventually complied with the instruction, Barnett threatened him, "I'll get you.
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When Mulder found Modeski in a warehouse at Fells Point Road, she was being helped by a group of three unarmed men.
Mulder consequently attempted to arrest all four individuals, but was prevented from doing so by two armed men who told Modeski to accompany them, refused to identify themselves to Mulder and eventually opened fire on him.
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Mulder attempted to hide behind a stack of boxes, but was unaware they contained an ergotamine-histamine gas that could cause anxiety and paranoia in small doses. The shots from his attackers' weapons released the gas into the air and Mulder was consequently affected, coughing and groaning as his body writhed around on the ground. As his attackers were about to kill him, Susanne Modeski shot the men with a gun of her own before fleeing the scene in Mulder's car. The warehouse was soon sanitized by a group of men led by an individual who, years later, Mulder came to know as X.
In his drugged state, Mulder thought the group were actually aliens, having seen, earlier in his search for Modeski, a product display where a recorded voice had repeatedly announced, "They're here.
Alien invaders are among us. Detect their presence with high-tech modern products. Nearly immediately after the sanitizing group left the warehouse, a SWAT team found Mulder under a large piece of cardboard that was leaning against a crate. He was nonresponsive to questions and continually repeated the words, "They're here. The "three years" that he mentions in "Tooms" may have been a rough estimate, but he did mention that duration in a court of law.
Bythe bodies of ten young girls had been found scattered across the eastern seaboard, the earliest discovered in