EW Staff
November 29, 1996 AT 05:00 AM EST

ANDY TAYLOR
The doomed sheriff of Home, Pa., a town Scully likens to Mayberry (Episode 75).

APOLOGY IS POLICY
The alternate tag line that replaces ”The Truth Is Out There” in ”731” (58). A Scully theory, referring to the government’s policy of apologizing for shameful deeds that can’t be covered up.

BIG BLUE
The supposed prehistoric lake-dwelling monster of ”Quagmire” (71).

CHACO CHICKEN
Where you’ll find poultry and much, much more in ”Our Town” (47).

CREUTZFELDT-JAKOB
Name of the disease suffered by a murdered man, then cannibalistically spread among the population of Dudley, Ark., in ”Our Town” (47).

DECEIVE, INVEIGLE, OBFUSCATE
Scully’s mantralike description of governmental response to allegations of paranormal phenomena in ”Teliko” (76).

E.B.E.
Extraterrestrial Biological Entity — a synonym for ”alien,” used in the episode of the same name (16).

EI ‘AANIIGOO ‘AHOOT’E
The show’s opener tag line (”The Truth Is Out There”) was translated into Navajo for the New Mexico-based ”Anasazi” (48).

FALLEN ANGEL
Military term for a UFO crash in episode of the same title (9).

GEORGE HALE
An alias Mulder uses in ”Sleepless” (27).

”HE/SHE IS ONE”
Scrawled on the backs of kidnapped teenagers in ”Red Museum” (33).

ISKENDARIAN CONSTRUCTION
Employer of a renovator of minds as well as rooms in ”Unruhe” (77).

JOURNEY TO THE CENTER OF THE EARTH
The movie on Mulder’s TV at the start of ”The Erlenmeyer Flask” (23).

”KISS/KILL”
The words written on serial killer Luther Lee Boggs’ knuckles in ”Beyond the Sea” (12).

LITCHFIELD PROJECT
A government eugenics experiment (based on a Russian model), allegedly connected to the creation of psychopathic clones in ”Eve” (10).

THE MAGICIAN
Mulder’s favorite TV series as a child — and the show he’s planning to watch when his sister is abducted in ”Little Green Men” (24).

MERCHANDISE
The cryptic reference to alien-human hybrids in the Department of Defense’s top secret UFO files in ”Anasazi” (48).

MORLEYS
The brand of cigarettes Cancer Man chain-smokes.

MUFON
Mutual UFO Network — the clique of abduction survivors who ”recognize” fellow abductee Scully in ”Nisei” (57).

NICAP
National Investigative Committee of Aerial Phenomena, conspiracy hobbyists, primarily obsessed with UFO cover-ups. Max Fenig is wearing a NICAP baseball hat in ”Fallen Angel” (9); three episodes later it turns up on Mulder’s office hat stand.

”ONE TO-DAY IS WORTH TWO TO-MORROWS”
The Benjamin Franklin quote on the desk of the dead boss in ”Shadows” (5).

OPERATION FALCON
The secret military cleanup of crashed UFOs in ”Fallen Angel” (9).

PLANET OF THE APES
Referred to twice in ”War of the Coprophages” (61), initially after Scully says, ”Don’t look too hard. You might not like what you find.” To which Mulder replies, ”Isn’t that what Dr. Zaius said to Charlton Heston [in] Planet of the Apes?”

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