I posted this in the episode folder, but thought I'd post it here, just in case it's too shippy. I thought the character Darrel Weaver was skeevy enough. He looked liked the personification of a cigarrette. Unhealthy and insidious.His quip about the Korean man always makes me chuckle. But the scene I remember most from this ep is the one where Mulder introduces his bug theory to Scully and Skinner. Mulder looks at her like this
and Scully does this
Then she tries to look at him again, then she immediately looks down. Then she glances slightly in Skinner's direction,then back down, then she tries to look at Mulder again. THEN Mulder pulls out the bug, and she looks at that. GA does a masterful job at conveying Scully's sudden and slight discomfort in that moment. And I don't think it's supposed to be caused by a bug. It's very subtle, but it's there. Slo mo helps. It's all in GA/Scully's eyes. She can't look at Mulder in that moment, in front of Skinner. I really don't know what it is, but from the perspective of the timeline, I sense that she was feeling vulnerable, or distracted because of what was suppossed to have happened the night/morning before. Mulder seems more able to shelve his emotions during the case.