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Review: X-Files Season 4, Episode 2 “Home” Known as one of the most disturbing and controversial episodes of The X-Files, the season 4 episode “Home” definitely lives up to the hype. “Home” follows Agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully as they investigate an infanticide in a small Midwestern town. After a group of children discover the body while playing baseball in a field, the primary suspects quickly become the Peacock family that lives on the farm directly behind the field. The mother and father are said to have died in a car accident a few years back and the Agents begin to suspect a possible kidnapping. After inspecting the baby, Agent Scully notices an abnormal amount of genetic abnormalities. While searching the home after taking a pair of bloodied scissors as probable cause, a short clip is shown of a pair of eyes in the dark of the same room as the Agents. Dana Scully calls the sheriff and tells him to put out a warrant for the arrest of the three brothers. However, that night, to the tune of “Wonderful
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