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#803 : Patience

Titre original:
Patience

1re diffusion américaine:
19 novembre 2000

1re diffusion française:
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Réalisation:
Chris Carter

Scénario:
Chris Carter

Guest stars:
Gary Bullock (George), Jay Caputo (la créature), Gene Dynarski (Ernie Stefaniuk), Bradford English (l'inspecteur Abbott), Dan Leegant (Myron Stefaniuk), Annie O'Donnell (la vieille femme), Bryan Rasmussen (le shérif adjoint), Brent Sexton (le fossoyeur)...

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Scully emmène l’Agent Doggett sur sa première enquête dans le domaine du paranormal, enquête qui va les mettre sur les traces d’une créature mi-homme, mi-chauve souris qui terrorise une petite ville. Une ancienne affaire oubliée de tous depuis plusieurs années va alors ressurgir...

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Plus de détails

Dans une petite maison de campagne, une femme dort et son mari dont son métier est l'embaumement arrive. Il va se changer dans son garage et il voit une chauve-souris un plafond, elle l'attaque, l'homme meurt. Ensuite, l'homme chauve-souris va tuer sa femme parce qu'elle a entendu son mari se faire tuer.

ACTE 1
Scully prend la plaque d'identification de Mulder, elle la caresse, elle vient pour la déposer dans le tiroir, mais Doggett arrive avec plusieurs de ses amis. Il est resté toute la fin de semaine pour étudier les affaires non-classées. Doggett demande où est son bureau. Scully lui dit que le bureau où elle se trouve est celui Mulder, alors il n'a pas le droit de s'y installer, même Scully ne s'y installera pas. Il dépose la plaque d'identification de Mulder sur le bureau. Doggett comprend le message. Scully fait un exposé à Doggett sur ce qui s'est passée au début de l'épisode. Les victimes ont été mordues par les humains et les doigts ont été mangés. Doggett trouve ce crime horrible.

Ils arrivent sur les lieux et se font accueillir par Le Shérif Yale Abbott. Celui-ci ignore totalement Scully et parle seulement à Doggett. Il remercie les agents. Le Shérif n'est pas sûr que les morsures soient humaines. Il les amène voir une empreinte et elle ne ressemble pas du tout aux humains ni à un animal, d'après lui, mais Scully pense que c'est un humain qui avait une malformation. L'empreinte est disposée sur une seule marche et elle apparaît aussi sur la galerie. Doggett pense que les animaux ont mordu les victimes parce que les corps étaient à l'extérieur pendant plusieurs heures. Mais Scully ne voit qu'une seule empreinte alors que les animaux en auraient laissé beaucoup plus. Doggett ne sait pas quoi dire. Il part étudier les lieux.

Le Shérif n'y croit pas non plus. Scully regarde au-dessus d'elle et voit que le dessus de la galerie a été agrippée. Le Shérif s'en va, il pense que c'est un animal qui les a tués. Il remercie Scully de ses services. Avant qu'il parte, elle lui dit que le meurtrier n'est pas nécessairement un humain.

Doggett appelle Scully, elle se rend à l'intérieur. Il a trouvé une autre empreinte dans l'escalier. Doggett pense que le meurtrier est venu de la maison et non de la cour. Scully suggère de monter les escaliers. Rendu à la chambre, Doggett découvre une autre empreinte. Doggett pense sérieusement que le meurtrier est un humain qui a une malformation au pied. Scully réfère à l'expérience de Mulder qui disait que la meilleure solution requerrait le moins d'imagination. Scully lui demande d'expliquer pourquoi il y a une empreinte tous les 8 mètres. Doggett ne sait pas quoi dire.

Ils vont dans une garde-robe, Scully voit que le grenier est ouvert. Elle y va et Doggett la suit. Ils regardent la pièce et Doggett trouve les doigts des victimes, mais il ne sait comment ils se sont rendus là. Scully pense qu'ils ont été régurgités. Scully trouve que le bois a été agrippé pareil comme sur la galerie. Doggett dit alors que quelque chose est venu s'agripper dans le grenier.

À la résidence des McKesson, une veille dame est dans son grenier et regarde des souvenirs d'antan. Il se fait tuer.

Scully est à la morgue, elle vient de finir une autopsie. Scully pense que c'est un animal qui a été les deux personnes et en plus, elle a trouvé des enzymes qu'on ne retrouve pas chez les humains. Les enzymes viennent de la salive des chauves-souris. Elle doit aller faire des excuses au Shérif, mais Doggett lui interdit. Il lui montre un article de journal qui date de plusieurs années qui déclare que des personnes ont abattu un homme chauve-souris. Quelques jours plus tard, le coroner a été tué par un animal a 4 pattes. Cet animal a mangé des parties de son corps et les a rejetés plus loin. L'animal a tué 5 autres hommes ont été tués et ensuite plus rien. Quarante-quatre ans plus tard l'animal recommence à tuer.

On voit la veille dame morte et la chauve-souris se sauve en volant.

ACTE 2
À la résidence des McKesson, Doggett regarde les griffures dans le bois laissé par la chauve-souris. Le Shérif lui montre une autre griffure. Le Shérif est sur que c'est un animal. Doggett lui montre un article de journal. Scully arrive avec l'album photo que la veille dame regardait. À l'intérieur, il y a des photos d'Ariel, la fille de la vieille dame. Son corps a été retrouvé voilà une semaine dans la rivière. La veille femme n'avait pas revu sa fille depuis 1956, l'époque où les meurtres ont débuté. Doggett et le shérif ne voient pas le lien. Ariel est à l'origine de tous les meurtres. Lorsque son corps a été retrouvé, les meurtres ont recommencé. Le shérif pense qu'elle délire. Le corps d'Ariel a été brûlé, elle veut l'exhumation du corps. Doggett le convainc d'exhumer le corps.

Dans une grange, beaucoup de chauve-souris sont présentes. Un homme masqué entre et prend une chauve-souris et l'enferme dans une cage, il s'en va avec elle. Il l'amène dans sa maison.

Au cimetière, l'exhumation a commencé. Celui qui a exhumé le corps révèle au shérif que la terre était déjà enlevée au-dessus du cercueil. Il l'a seulement tiré du trou. Le couvercle du cercueil a des griffures dessus. Le shérif s'enfonce dans le bois et il voit l'homme chauve-souris, celui-ci l'attaque et le tue.

ACTE 3
Le corps du shérif est amené devant Scully. Doggett arrive peu de temps après. Un policier demande à Doggett de venir le voir en privé. Tous les policiers sont réunis, ils ne veulent pas que Scully autopsie le corps et ils la considèrent comme la responsable, ils veulent que Scully parte.

Doggett vient couvrir le corps du shérif. Au côté, il y a le corps d'Ariel. Sa mort est naturelle, le corps a été brûlé pour cacher quelque chose. Toutes les personnes qui sont mortes ont vu le corps brûlé d'Ariel, c'est la raison pour laquelle l'homme chauve-souris les tue. Scully dit qu'un autre homme n'est pas mort même s'il a vu le corps : Myron Stefaniuk. C'est lui qui a sorti le corps de la rivière. Doggett sort son article. Le nom «Stefaniuk» semble lui dire quelque chose. L'article parle d'un homme qui a voulait chasser l'homme chauve-souris, Ernie Stefaniuk.

Doggett et Scully rencontrent Myron Stefaniuk. Ils lui expliquent que sa vie est en danger. Myron ne veut pas l'écouter, mais lorsque Doggett prononce le nom de Ernie, il se tourne. Myron explique que Ernie était son frère et qu'il est maintenant mort depuis longtemps. L'Homme chauve-souris l'a tué. Il leur répète de le laisser tranquille.

Doggett et Scully surveillent Myron. Scully n'est plus sûre de rien maintenant. Elle ne sait plus si cet homme est en danger. Elle se confie à Doggett. Elle voulait absolument faire un lien entre tous les crimes. Elle voulait réussir. Elle voulait trop être Mulder. Doggett n'est pas d'accord. Il appuie son hypothèse. Il est certain que Myron cache quelque chose.

Myron entre dans son garage. On voit l'homme chauve-souris perché sur le plafond. Elle ouvre les yeux lorsque Myron sort dehors. Myron dépose des gallons d'essence et des provisions sur un radeau qui est situé sur l'eau. Myron éloigne le radeau du rivage. Plus tard, l'homme masqué veut récupérer le radeau, mais Doggett et Scully le surprennent. Scully court après et le rattrape. C'est Ernie Stefaniuk.

Ernie n'a jamais quitté l'île depuis 40 ans, il a peur que l'homme chauve-souris veuille le tuer. Doggett demande la raison pour laquelle l'homme chauve-souris veut le tuer. Ernie a coupé tout contact avec le monde, il ne voulait pas qu'une trace de lui atteigne le rivage. Le cadavre que Myron a repêché était sa femme. Elle a quitté sa famille pour être auprès de Ernie. Elle n'avait qu'un vœu. Son corps devait reposer sur une terre appartenant à l'Église. Elle était catholique. Scully lui révèle qu'il a 4 victimes. Quatre personnes qui ont été imprégnés de son odeur lorsqu'ils ont touché le corps de sa femme. Ernie déclare alors que son frère est en danger puisqu'il a touché le cadavre d'Ariel. Doggett le rassure en lui disant que Myron va bien. Ernie lui dévoile que c'est seulement la nuit que les chauves-souris attaquent, donc, Myron est en danger. Doggett sort pour protéger Myron, mais il est imprégné de l'odeur de Ernie, donc, il se fait attaquer.

ACTE 4
Scully regarde par la fenêtre. Ernie demande qui a fait le lien pour toute cette enquête. Scully se désigne, mais elle révèle que c'est son collègue qui voulait venir sur le terrain. Ernie pense que les agents regrettent maintenant parce qu'ils sont imprégnés. Scully le rassure, elle est là pour sa protection et cette créature est mortelle, donc, elle va pouvoir le tuer. Ernie lui rappelle que l'homme chauve-souris attend depuis 40 ans, elle va attendre le bon moment pour le tuer. Une alarme sonne ce qui indique que quelque chose approche. Ernie va voir sur son radar. L'objet est de très grande taille. Ils entendent marcher. Scully tire plusieurs coups de feu. Ils ne l'entendent plus maintenant. Scully pense qu'elle a eu sa cible. Elle sort à l'extérieur pour vérifier et demande à Ernie de se protéger avec le fusil qu'il a en sa possession.

À l'extérieur, Scully regarde autour de la maison. Pendant ce temps, Ernie est très nerveux. Quelque chose tombe à ses pieds. Il regarde au sol, lorsqu'il se tourne, l'homme chauve-souris se tient devient lui. Il l'attaque. Scully entend les cris de Ernie. Elle entre, elle tire plusieurs coups de feu en direction de la chauve-souris. L'homme chauve-souris s'enfuit par la porte en volant. Scully est effrayée et regarde autour d'elle. Doggett arrive derrière Scully. Il est très blessé. La chauve-souris saute sur Scully et Doggett pour terminer son travail, mais Doggett tire en sa direction. L'homme chauve-souris s'enfuit. Doggett s'évanouie tandis que Scully entend les derniers cris de l'homme chauve-souris.

Scully caresse la plaque d'identification de Mulder. Doggett entre dans le bureau. Il vient de recevoir une télécopie du rapport de Myron. Il est encore en vie, mais il ne dit pas l'endroit où il se cache. Scully demande à Doggett s'il pense que l'homme chauve-souris est encore vivant. Doggett est certain de l'avoir tué. Scully prend la plaque de Mulder. Il confie à Doggett qu'elle n'a jamais eu de bureau aux affaires non classées. Elle va tout faire pour que Doggett puisse avoir le sien. Elle le remercie de lui avoir sauver la vie.

FIN

Source : X-Files 1013



BURLEY, IDAHO
3:08 AM

(Dark and stormy night. Creepy music. An older (1950s?) style car, looks like a hearse,
pulls up in front of an even older spooky old rural house with a weathervane in the shape
of a bat, pointed west. An even older (late 60's) dour-looking gentleman, TALL
GEORGE, gets out of the car. He is dressed in a suit. Sound of thunder. He goes up the
porch steps and enters the house. Sound of creaking steps as he makes his way through
the dark house.)

QUICK CUT TO:

(Upstairs: an ELDERLY WOMAN in bed hears the creaking and wakes up suddenly.
She gasps for breath.)

ELDERLY WOMAN: Land sakes, George, what are you trying to do?

(He opens the bedroom door.)

TALL GEORGE: (very deep voice) I was trying to be quiet.

ELDERLY WOMAN: Quiet? I smelled you on the stairs. 39 years, I'm still surprised
that embalming fluid of yours doesn't wake the dead.

TALL GEORGE: (morbidly) Didn't wake old Zeke McPherson tonight, God rest his
soul.

ELDERLY WOMAN: Well, you go outside and take those clothes of yours off so I can
rest mine.

(He smiles and pauses.)

ELDERLY WOMAN: George!

TALL GEORGE: (resigned) I'm going, Tahoma, I'm going.

(Reluctantly, TALL GEORGE goes back downstairs and out onto the porch. He begins
removing his suit. Just as he drops his trousers, he notices something above him.)

TALL GEORGE: What the hell? What the hell is that?

(Thunder crashes and a flash of lightening illuminates a figure hanging from the porch
rafters. The eyes of the human-like, bat-like creature open. TALL GEORGE steps back
in horror, but is tripped up by the pants around his ankles. The BAT THING flies at him
and he begins screaming.)

CUT TO:

(TAHOMA, GEORGE's wife in bed. She hears the sounds and gets out of bed and goes
out to the porch to investigate.)

TAHOMA: George?

(Sounds of the BAT THING growling and feeding. She recoils in horror at the sight of
the BAT THING's bloody feast. She screams as it turns and attacks her. On the roof, the
weathervane swings in the wind.)


Opening Credits
Mulder … Oh, what the … uh … guess he's not here tonight.
Scully rocks. And gets top billing.
Doggett … is here too.
ACCCKKKKK!!! Shots of Scully and Doggett investigating something.
Then the fetus and Mulder falling into Scully's eyeball.

[CarriK closes her eyes and keeps repeating, "It will be okay. It will be okay. Mulder
loves Scully and Scully loves Mulder." CarriK's Husband laughs at her unmercifully.)




(X-Files office. Sad music. SCULLY is alone. She picks up and holds MULDER's
desk nameplate thoughtfully. Just as she is about to put it away in the middle desk
drawer, she hears male voices cheerfully making their way down the hall.)

MALE AGENT 1: (voice) So, this is where the bad kids are banished to.

MALE AGENT 2: (voice) Put me down here I'd probably cook up a lot of crazy ideas,
too.

(Sound of the men laughing. They come around the corner into the doorway, DOGGETT
leading. They stop when they see SCULLY. Uncomfortable pause. [CarriK: No
nameplate at all on the door.] DOGGETT is holding a cup of coffee. He wasn't
expecting to see her.)

SCULLY: Good morning.

DOGGETT: Morning. (to the men) Um... I'll catch you guys later.

(The other two leave silently. DOGGETT joins SCULLY in the office.)

DOGGETT: Some friends... they're just curious.

SCULLY: I'm not here to be a curiosity, Agent Doggett. I'm here to work.

DOGGETT: I am, too, Agent Scully. I've been here all weekend and early this morning
went over every X-File in the cabinet there. Just left to get some coffee.

(He holds up his Styrofoam cup. SCULLY blinks, perhaps a little surprised.)

SCULLY: Well... do you have any questions?

DOGGETT: (understatement) Just a few. Maybe first you could tell me where your
area is here and… uh…. where mine's going to be.

SCULLY: This is my partner's office, Agent Doggett. You and I will just be using it for
a while.

(Pause while she sets MULDER's nameplate down firmly on the desk. DOGGETT gets
the message.)

DOGGETT: So, where do we get started?

(SCULLY starts the slide projector. DOGGETT turns out the overhead light. Blocking-
wise, the rest of the scene plays identical to the office scene in The Pilot 1x79, except this
time, SCULLY is running the projector. First slide is probably of TALL GEORGE. We
can't see it.)

SCULLY: Homicides: Two … in Idaho. White male, 62, undertaker by profession, he
was killed on his front porch about ten feet away from his wife.

(She advances the projector to the next slide.)

DOGGETT: Holy god.

(It is a close-up of TALL GEORGE's face and neck, torn and bloody. DOGGETT
winces as he examines it.)

SCULLY: Cause of death was blood loss from numerous deep wounds … from bites.
Any thoughts, any questions?

(DOGGETT walks closer to the image.)

DOGGETT: "Bites"?

SCULLY: On his head torso and hands. Two of his fingers are missing... eaten off.

(SCULLY seems to enjoy "testing" DOGGETT.)

DOGGETT: By what, an animal?

SCULLY: These were murders. The, uh, bites on his wife appear to be human.

(She advances to the slide of the dead woman.)

DOGGETT: (disturbed) I've seen some violent crimes, I mean, some seriously
screwed up stuff, but, uh... this is extreme. Is there demonstration of motive?

SCULLY: Not according to local P.D.

DOGGETT: Is there any pattern, uh … ritual or anything?

(SCULLY shakes her head.)

DOGGETT: I have to admit, Agent Scully, I'm at a loss.

SCULLY: Well, that's a good place to start.




BURLEY, IDAHO
11:18 AM

(TALL GEORGE's house. Hearse is still in the driveway. Full crime investigation
underway. SCULLY and DOGGETT [DOGGETT driving] pull up in their blue Idaho
rental car and get out. They are met by the Detective in charge. DETECTIVE YALE
ABBOTT is a large red-haired man, reminds CarriK of John Goodman.)

DETECTIVE ABBOTT: You the folks from the FBI?

SCULLY: Yeah.

DETECTIVE ABBOTT: Yale Abbott, Cassia County Sheriff's.

SCULLY: Hi. Agent Scully. This is Agent Doggett.

(DETECTIVE ABBOTT shakes SCULLY's hand politely, then turns his back on her,
focusing all of his attention on the manly man, DOGGETT. If it were MULDER with
her, this would not seem odd. SCULLY shifts uncomfortably, and looks around his
shoulder.)

DETECTIVE ABBOTT: We like to think we can handle our own problems around here
but a couple hotshots up in the county seat seem to think this is beyond us. Not that we
don't appreciate your coming out all this way to give us a hand.

DOGGETT: Well, I hope we can. I have to admit I'm a little baffled by what I've seen.

DETECTIVE ABBOTT: Oh, really?

SCULLY: Understand, Detective, that we've seen cases like yours regularly on our
unit. Agent Doggett has only just been assigned to the X-Files.

(DETECTIVE ABBOTT turns to her, his attitude condescendingly polite.)

SCULLY: I can assure you that there's nothing baffling about human bite marks.

DETECTIVE ABBOTT: Well, that's just what I was getting around to, ma'am. We're
not so sure now that these bites are human.

(He leads them up to the porch.)

DETECTIVE ABBOTT: The bodies were discovered by neighbors, so there was
contamination of the general crime scene. My boys did a real damn good job of
separating the various shoe prints and pulling these. Come on over.

(He shows them a dusted animal-like footprint with four toes.)

DETECTIVE ABBOTT: Right there, see that?

DOGGETT: What is it?

DETECTIVE ABBOTT: It's not human, I know that.

SCULLY: It's not quite animal, either.

DETECTIVE ABBOTT: There's only four toes.

SCULLY: That's not an unheard of birth defect. Uh, no more rare than polydactylism.

(Both men look at her, then at each other. [CarriK: She's not with Mulder anymore!] )

DETECTIVE ABBOTT: What did she just say?

DOGGETT: I assume she means it could be human.

(DOGGETT looks to SCULLY.)

DOGGETT: Is that a fair assumption?

(SCULLY stands, as do the men. She is irritated.)

SCULLY: I say that assumption is the problem here. A strange print is found and
immediately the most important piece of evidence is just thrown out to try and force an
explanation. Maybe this print can help explain those bite marks.

DETECTIVE ABBOTT: How?

SCULLY: I'm not quite sure yet.

DETECTIVE ABBOTT: (sarcastically to DOGGETT) She's not quite sure yet.

(DOGGETT doesn't like DETECTIVE ABBOTT's tone, but is reluctant to defend
SCULLY too strongly.)

DOGGETT: Well, I have to say I've worked a lot of homicides but if the victims laid
out here for any time at all in a setting like this, it'd be pretty remarkable if they didn't
attract animals.

(Pause.)

SCULLY: (quietly frustrated) I think that postmortem predation is definitely a
consideration here, but I only see one print and if it were an animal there would be
numerous prints all over here and in the yard.

(They turn to the deputies and technicians standing in the yard. Sheepishly, the
DEPUTIES look down at their feet and begin carefully stepping aside, searching for any
clues they may have inadvertently contaminated.)

SCULLY: You agree, Agent Doggett?

DOGGETT: I'm going to go take a look around.

(DOGGETT goes into the house. While DETECTIVE ABBOTT speaks, SCULLY looks
up at the porch rafters. One of the beams is deeply scored as if by large claws.)

DETECTIVE ABBOTT: You know I got two old folks in the morgue mauled beyond
recognition. I have no motive to go on, no intent. There's not one shred of evidence that
cries out for a human explanation, yet you stand there telling me flat out that what we're
looking for is a man. Thanks for everything, Agent Scully. We'll take it from here.

(He starts to leave.)

SCULLY: I'm sure your explanation will mollify all those hotshots down at the county
seat, Detective and relieve any general anxiety about what this thing might be … but
only until it strikes again. And one more thing: I never said that what you're looking for is
a man.

(He leaves. DOGGETT calls to SCULLY from inside the house.)

DOGGETT: Agent Scully.

(She joins him at the foot of the stairs.)

DOGGETT: Is that a second print?

(On the bottom step is another footprint like the one on the porch.)

SCULLY: It could be but I'm not sure if it tells us anything.

DOGGETT: Well, maybe there's no prints in the yard because whatever made these
didn't go through the yard. It came through the house.

SCULLY: Well, if anything, I'd say this print leads up the stairs.

(DOGGETT goes upstairs and looks under the bed.)

DOGGETT: Think I've got another partial here.

(Really interesting shot from under the bed of DOGGETT crouching and SCULLY from
the knees down as she steps beside him.)

DOGGETT: You know, there is a more obvious explanation.

SCULLY: Mm-hmm.

DOGGETT: The more basic answer is what we're dealing with here is simply a man. A
psychotic killer with a deformed foot. You're familiar with the principle of Occam's
Razor?

SCULLY: Yeah. You take every possible explanation and you choose the simplest one.
Agent Mulder used to refer to it as "Occam's Principle of Limited Imagination."

[CarriK: Doggett looks like he has heard enough about "Agent Mulder" to last him a
lifetime.]

SCULLY: Unless you have a simple explanation as to how a killer with a deformed
foot leaves a print only every 25 feet.

DOGGETT: No.

SCULLY: Or to what he'd even be doing up here.

DOGGETT: I don't know. I'm trying to figure it out just like you are.

(DOGGETT tries to open the bedroom window. It is painted shut. SCULLY goes into
the small closet. All dark suits and white shirts. She looks up.)

SCULLY: (softly) Agent Doggett.

(He joins her in the closet. They both look up at the open hatch to the attic. Creepy
music. DOGGETT gets a chair. SCULLY stands on it, then he boosts her up into the
attic.)

SCULLY: Dark up here.

DOGGETT: What do you see? Agent Scully?

(DOGGETT stands under the hatch making no move to join her in the dark attic. He
looks a little nervous. Very funny.)

SCULLY: Right now, not a heck of a lot.

(DOGGETT hauls his manly self up into the attic with her. SCULLY is looking at a
partially shaded window. She tries to open the shade, but it doesn't cooperate.)

SCULLY: If there was anything up here it might have gone out that window.

(DOGGETT pulls a small maglight out of his pocket and turns it on.)

DOGGETT: You ever carry one of these?

SCULLY: (pause, dryly) Never.

(They both begin looking around the attic. DOGGETT spots two mutilated fingers on an
old table. They are slimy, bloody, and in the shape of a vee.)

DOGGETT: "V" for victory.

SCULLY: What?

DOGGETT: You said the male victim was missing two fingers? Well, how did the
fingers get up here?

(SCULLY looks at the fingers and reacts to the smell.)

SCULLY: Well, from their smell, I'd say they were regurgitated. Recently.

DOGGETT: By what?

(SCULLY looks up at the attic rafters and sees some deep gouges in the wood.)

SCULLY: I saw those on the porch, too.

DOGGETT: Looks like, to me... I don't know. Like it was... it was...

SCULLY: Hanging there?




MCKESSON RESIDENCE
3: 18 PM

(A LITTLE OLD LADY, MRS. MCKESSON opens the attic window of her house and
picks up an old photo album, dusts it off, and sits down to look through it. The name
"Ariel" is on the front of the album. She sobs sadly as she looks at the baby pictures on
the first page. Unfortunately, also in the attic with her is the BAT THING. It is hanging
from a rafter. Its eyes open. MRS. MCKESSON gasps as she hears it growl. It flies at
her and she screams.)

CUT TO:




CASSIA COUNTY MORGUE

(SCULLY dressed in scrubs pulls a sheet over the body of TALL GEORGE and takes off
her latex gloves. She looks tired.)

DOGGETT: You're still here.

SCULLY: Yeah. Well, I was waiting for some lab results and then I wanted to take
another look at the body.

DOGGETT: Why? What did you find?

SCULLY: Nothing that will allay anyone's fears about what killed this man or his wife.

DOGGETT: "What"? You mean "who" killed them.

SCULLY: Well, to be honest, what I found here leans more towards an animal
explanation. The, uh, scratches on the body match the four-toed prints that we found. And
the bites have fang-like tears. What I thought were marks left by human molars are now
inconclusive because of enzymes that were found in the bites which are clearly inhuman-
- anticoagulents which … are found solely in the saliva of bats.

DOGGETT: Bats.

SCULLY: Yeah. I can't exactly explain it but I realize that I owe the Detective an
apology.

(SCULLY looks like she would rather eat her own toenail clippings before apologizing to
DETECTIVE ABBOTT.)

DOGGETT: Well, I'm not so sure about that. Montana headline circa 1956. The story's
the same as what you told me.

(He shows her an old newspaper. The Montana Press Telegram. "Hunters kill Human
Bat!" Three men are proudly holding a dead BAT THING creature between them as they
might hold a deer.)

SCULLY: (reading) "The creature was taken to the county coroner who confirmed it
was neither man nor animal."

DOGGETT: Two days later, the county coroner was disemboweled by something with
sharp teeth and four-toed claws. Something that ate several body parts and regurgitated
them elsewhere.

SCULLY: Did they ever find it?

DOGGETT: Five men died or disappeared and then the killing stops. Doesn't say why.
But 44 years later it appears that it's back and killing again.

CUT TO:

(MCKESSON attic. MRS. MCKESSON lies dead and bloody. With a growl, the BAT
THING hops into view and snarls menacingly, then hops out of frame again.)

(Commercial 1.)




MCKESSON RESIDENCE
5:51 PM

(Later that day. DETECTIVE ABBOTT's team and DOGGETT and SCULLY are
investigating the attic. Latex gloves on hands, [definitely not Mulder!] DOGGETT
examines deep scratches on the window sill. DETECTIVE ABBOTT joins him.)

DETECTIVE ABBOTT: You see those marks, right? And the ones over here on the
rafter?

(DOGGETT looks at similar marks on the rafter.)

DETECTIVE ABBOTT: If you ask me, those look like claw marks. I don't care what
kind of a savage he is, what did this isn't human.

DOGGETT: Well, if I may speak for Agent Scully, I think we're both prepared to
concede that point, Detective.

DETECTIVE ABBOTT: Then you know what this thing is?

DOGGETT: I've got a newspaper article I want to show you.

(SCULLY is coming up the attic stairs.)

SCULLY: Agent Doggett...

DOGGETT: (pulling out the article) A rather strange account from 1956…

SCULLY: I found something. A photo album. I think it's our first break on this case.

DETECTIVE ABBOTT: What is it?

(SCULLY has the photo album that MRS. MCKESSON was looking at. It is bagged in
plastic.)

SCULLY: The victim's daughter-- Ariel-- her dead body was pulled from the river here
last week.

DETECTIVE ABBOTT: I got that call. Had to come tell Mrs. McKesson the bad
news. You trying to say there's some kind of connection?

SCULLY: Well, you not only told her mother that her 62-year-old daughter was dead
but that her body had been horribly and inexplicably burned. A daughter who, by the
way, she hadn't even seen in over 40 years. Since 1956, to be exact-- which is the date
your article says those first killings started.

(DOGGETT glances at his newspaper article.)

DETECTIVE ABBOTT: Do you see the connection?

DOGGETT: I'm not, uh... sure where you're going with this, Agent Scully.

SCULLY: The daughter is the connection.

DETECTIVE ABBOTT: How is that?

SCULLY: I don't know exactly but these killings only started up since her burned body
has been found.

(DETECTIVE ABBOTT stares at SCULLY in disbelief.)

DETECTIVE ABBOTT: Honest to god. You just jump at whatever explanation is the
wildest and most far-fetched, don't you?

SCULLY: Well, I suggest that you jump at it, too because her body may have been
burned for a reason and you're going to want to exhume it in order to find out why.

DETECTIVE ABBOTT: You want me to dig up a dead body when I have real people
out there whose lives are in real danger?

DOGGETT: Hey...

(DOGGETT steps between DETECTIVE ABBOTT and SCULLY. He speaks softly to
DETECTIVE ABBOTT. DETECTIVE ABBOTT doesn't looks pleased, but he glances
from DOGGETT to SCULLY, then leaves without a word. SCULLY watches him go,
then turns her attention to DOGGETT. She is not happy. [CarriK's Husband is glad he
is not Doggett at this moment.] )

SCULLY: What did you say to him?

DOGGETT: (uncomfortable, avoiding eye contact) Well, I told him to dig up the
body. Isn't that what you wanted?

SCULLY: What else did you say to him?

DOGGETT: Well, I told him that you were … um … a... leading authority on
paranormal phenomena and who are we to argue with an expert.

SCULLY: Look, I am not an expert. I am a scientist who happens to have seen a lot. I
am just making a leap here.

DOGGETT: Well, I am sure you have your reasons.

SCULLY: Look, so, so, what, you told him to exhume the body when you don't even
necessarily believe me yourself?

(DOGGETT sighs.)

DOGGETT: I told you I spent the weekend looking through that cabinet full of X-Files
and I saw how pretty much every X-File broke-- with a leap. Now, maybe I'm just an old-
fashioned cop but I don't take leaps. In my experience leaps only get people killed.

SCULLY: Well, I'd say that you're taking a pretty big leap believing in that article...
about a human bat.

(She looks at him directly. He nods and walks away.)




(Unknown location. Old barn-type of building full of small bats. A man with kerchief
almost completely covering his face enters. He is carrying a small wire cage. He walks
over to where several small bats are hanging upside down. They squeal as he grabs two
of them and gently places them in the cage. He leaves the barn and goes to a nearby
rustic cabin and enters. [CarriK: Looks just like the cabin used on disc seven of the CD
ROM game!] He closes the front door on which is nailed the body of a dead bat.)




CASSIA COUNTY CEMETERY
10:23 PM

(Foggy graveyard. Night. Spooky. DETECTIVE ABBOTT pulls up near a gravesite
where two GRAVEDIGGERS are removing a coffin. He gets out his car and goes to
them.)

DETECTIVE ABBOTT: I don't know how you do it. Called the judge's order in a half
ago. You guys are fast.

GRAVEDIGGER 1: Yep, we're really fast when someone's done most of our work.

DETECTIVE ABBOTT: What are you talking about?

GRAVEDIGGER 1: (spits) We got out here, somebody had already dug up the box.
All we had to do was haul it out. I don't know what they were using but they scratched up
the wood on the lid real good. See?

(The lid of the coffin is deeply gouged.)

DETECTIVE ABBOTT: Let's get this down to the morgue. I think the sooner, the
better.

(The GRAVEDIGGERS carry the coffin to their truck, load it in, then drive away.
DETECTIVE ABBOTT continues to look around. He notices something in a large hole
of a tree trunk. It is the BAT THING. The BAT THING opens its eyes and looks at
DETECTIVE ABBOTT.)

DETECTIVE ABBOTT: God!

(DETECTIVE ABBOTT begins running away. The BAT THING launches itself after
him – a single leap carrying it several yards. It lands on DETECTIVE ABBOTT and
begins attacking. DETECTIVE ABBOTT screams and manages to get away for a
moment, but the BAT THING's next leap catches him again and we hear DETECTIVE
ABBOTT screaming and the BAT THING feeding. That's what happens when you mess
with Scully, bud.)

(Commercial 2.)




1:07 AM

(Morgue. SCULLY, in scrubs, watches as DETECTIVE ABBOTT's body is wheeled in.
Clock indicates that it is 1:07 AM. She looks up as DOGGETT enters. The SHERIFF'S
DEPUTY sticks his head in and addresses DOGGETT.)

SHERIFF'S DEPUTY: I want a word with you.

(DOGGETT glances at SCULLY, then follows the SHERIFF'S DEPUTY into a room
with several other deputies. They look rather hostile.)

SHERIFF'S DEPUTY: Look, we listened to you. The Detective listened to you. We
could have been out hunting this thing down, Agent Doggett.

DOGGETT: You should be doing that now.

SHERIFF'S DEPUTY: Now? Now's too late for the Detective, isn't it? Look, we don't
need you telling us what to do or your partner. She's the one responsible for this.

DOGGETT: Nobody's responsible for this except for whatever did it.

SHERIFF'S DEPUTY: Look, I don't care who she is or what she is, she's not touching
that body. We don't need her far-out theories. She's not welcome here.

(The DEPUTIES leave the room. DOGGETT rejoins SCULLY in the morgue.)

SCULLY: What happened to the lynch mob?

DOGGETT: You hear all that?

SCULLY: I heard enough.

DOGGETT: Things have taken a little turn.

(He pulls the sheet over the body.)

SCULLY: I don't think so, Agent Doggett.

DOGGETT: Well, you can think what you want but I think this looks bad for the FBI.

SCULLY: It was unavoidable.

DOGGETT: How do you figure that?

(SCULLY uncovers a badly burned female body on another table.)

SCULLY: This is the body pulled from the river. She died of natural causes--
congestive heart failure-- but her body was only burned afterwards.

DOGGETT: By who, and why burn it?

SCULLY: Well, obviously to cover something up.

DOGGETT: Yeah, but what?

SCULLY: That's what I still don't know.

DOGGETT: Look, we know what we're looking for. We should be out there looking
for it. We're not going to catch it standing here speculating.

SCULLY: Look, it kills like an animal, but with purpose. It stalked the detective for the
same reason that it stalked the old woman and the undertaker. Each of those victims had
had contact with this burnt body. The undertaker prepared it. Her mother ID'd it and the
Detective got the call when she was found.

DOGGETT: Well, who else would have had contact with it?

SCULLY: The, uh, man who found her in the river. (looks at the file) A, uh, Myron
Stefaniuk.

DOGGETT: Stefaniuk?

SCULLY: Yeah.

DOGGETT: One of the hunters in the photo in 1956 was Ernie Stefaniuk.

SCULLY: There's an address in his file. I hope we're not too late.




SLADE RIVER
6:58 AM

(An old man, MYRON STEFANIUK, is kneeling beside the riverbank hauling in a
rope/raft contraption between the main shore and the shore of an island in the middle of
the river. He stops and stands as DOGGETT and SCULLY pull up beside him and get
out of their car.)

DOGGETT: Mr. Stefaniuk?

SCULLY: Myron Stefaniuk?

(MYRON STEFANIUK looks at them warily.)

MYRON STEFANIUK: That's me.

(SCULLY looks relaxed. DOGGETT, being the manly man he is, has one hand resting
casually on his gun. Once a cop, always a cop according to CarriK's policeman next
door neighbor.)

SCULLY: (relieved sigh) Good. Sorry. You gave us a bit of a scare. We went to your
home up the road and we couldn't find you.

MYRON STEFANIUK: Why would that scare you?

DOGGETT: Well, sir, we work with the FBI and we have reason to believe that your
life may be in danger.

MYRON STEFANIUK: I'm in danger?

SCULLY: Well, we're investigating some murders, sir, that we believe may be
connected to the burnt body that you found recently.

MYRON STEFANIUK: I fished it out of the river. What have I got to do with
anything?

DOGGETT: Well, we're not saying for sure that you do.

SCULLY: It may just be your connection to the body.

MYRON STEFANIUK: There is no connection. I just fished it out of the river.

SCULLY: Well, sorry, sir, but that may be enough.

MYRON STEFANIUK: It's nonsense. Leave me alone.

DOGGETT: Ernie Stefaniuk. Lived in Montana in 1956. Do you know him?

(This stops MYRON STEFANIUK. He slowly turns back to them.)

MYRON STEFANIUK: Ernie was my brother.

DOGGETT: He was one of three hunters that killed a man that was half animal.

MYRON STEFANIUK: Please! That was a long time ago.

DOGGETT: Do you know where we can find him to talk with him, sir?

MYRON STEFANIUK: My brother's dead. That thing killed him.

DOGGETT: Well, I have a newspaper story that says your brother disappeared.

MYRON STEFANIUK: That was 40 years ago. Leave it alone! Leave me alone!

(Upset, MYRON STEFANIUK gets into his old pickup and drives away.)




4:28 PM

(Later, SCULLY and DOGGETT are sitting in their car watching MYRON STEFANIUK
through binoculars. He is filling five gallon gas cans from a tank in his yard with a
plastic siphon.)

SCULLY: You know, we've been out here for nine hours. The only thing this man
seems to be in danger of is terminal loneliness.

(DOGGETT chuckles at her joke.)

SCULLY: (depressed) Maybe I'm wrong. Maybe this is all just a... a grand
coincidence and we're wasting our time out here.

DOGGETT: You were so sure before.

SCULLY: Yeah, I was sure of the facts as I had deduced them scientifically. Maybe
I'm... I'm trying to force them into shape. Maybe I'm manufacturing a theory.

DOGGETT: Well, what happened to taking a leap?

SCULLY: Maybe I'm just trying too hard.

DOGGETT: To do what? To be Mulder?

(She thinks seriously about that.)

DOGGETT: You know, I'm not Oxford educated. About all I know about the
paranormal is men are from Mars and women are from Venus. But I don't think you're
wrong, Agent Scully.

SCULLY: What makes you say that?

DOGGETT: Well, I'm no Fox Mulder, but I can tell when a man's hiding something.
Myron Stefaniuk fishes a woman out of the river who's been gone for 40 years. He has a
brother he hasn't seen in over 40 years. A brother who just happened to hunt down some
kind of creature over 40 years ago.

SCULLY: Well, what does he have to hide?

DOGGETT: Well, that's what I'm hoping this good cop work is going to show us.

(SCULLY raises her binoculars again. Inside the barn, MYRON STEFANIUK loads the
last of the gas cans into the back of his truck which full of other supplies also. He closes
and locks the tailgate, then pushes the large sliding doors of the barn open. As he gets
into the truck, starts the engine and drives away, the camera pans up to show the BAT
THING hanging from the rafter. It's eyes open.)

(Short time later, MYRON STEFANIUK places the gas cans on the raft and begins
hauling them across to the island in the middle of the river.)




BIRD ISLAND
9:17 PM

(Night. DOGGETT is rowing a small boat toward the island. SCULLY is in the stern of
the boat, flashlight in hand.)

DOGGETT: You there!

SCULLY: Stop right there!

(The MASKED MAN we saw earlier collecting bats has been getting supplies from the
raft. He runs back into the woods.)

SCULLY: I see him.

(Gun out, SCULLY leaps out of the boat and follows. DOGGETT is a few steps behind
and has to splash through the water.)

SCULLY: Stop where you are! Put your hands up and out! Now, turn around, slowly.

DOGGETT: Are you Ernie Stefaniuk? Are you Ernie Stefaniuk?

MASKED MAN: (terrified, gasping) Yeah.

(DOGGETT pulls down the mask. The old bearded man turns away from the light.)

(Later, they are in his cabin. DOGGETT looks at the bat nailed to the door.)

ERNIE STEFANIUK: How's a man supposed to live when his fear becomes obsession?
You'd do the same thing. Who wouldn't who wanted to live?

DOGGETT: You never left the island?

ERNIE STEFANIUK: 44 years-- I wouldn't dare knowing it was out there. That it
could come back for me.

DOGGETT: You know something about it? About what this thing is?

ERNIE STEFANIUK: I know on the evolutionary ladder bats are real close by the apes
and just as we came from the apes so might a man, sprung from a bat. To live and hunt
like a bat but with the cold-blooded vengeance of a man.

SCULLY: Even if that were true, sir, how could it possibly find you out here on an
island?

ERNIE STEFANIUK: I needed to cut off all contact. Communication could be only
one-way. My brother helped me. (holding back tears) And then there was my wife.

DOGGETT: It was her body your brother pulled in.

ERNIE STEFANIUK: (crying) She gave up everything to be with me. I forbade her to
tell her mother. 44 years on six acres of island, she made only one demand. To be buried
in consecrated earth. She was a Catholic her whole life. (breaks down crying)

(SCULLY and DOGGETT look at each other.)

SCULLY: Mr. Stefaniuk... it's killed four people. All of whom would have had traces
of your scent through various degrees of contact with your wife's body.

ERNIE STEFANIUK: My brother?

DOGGETT: Your brother's okay, Ernie.

ERNIE STEFANIUK: But he had contact with Ariel's body. It'll come after him, too.

SCULLY: He's all right. We spoke with him earlier today.

ERNIE STEFANIUK: Today? Today, he might have been fine but this thing hunts
likes a bat. It only attacks at night.

(DOGGETT and SCULLY look at each other. They both start for the door.)

DOGGETT: Stay here. Stay with him.

(SCULLY looks reluctant, but she stays. Manly man leaves.)

(DOGGETT goes back down to the boat and picks up the oar floating in the water. The
BAT THING jumps out of the woods and lands on DOGGETT. It screams as they
wrestle in the water. DOGGETT manages to fight it off in a frenzy of water and wings,
but then he sinks under the water, unconscious.)

(Commercial 3.)




(Inside the cabin. SCULLY and ERNIE STEFANIUK wait. SCULLY is looking out the
window.)

ERNIE STEFANIUK: I still don't understand.

SCULLY: What's that?

ERNIE STEFANIUK: How'd you find me out here?

SCULLY: We followed your brother.

ERNIE STEFANIUK: No, I mean who figured it out?

SCULLY: I was sure that what we were looking for was something other than a man.
Uh, the detective who was running the case didn't believe that, and...uh, … he's dead.

ERNIE STEFANIUK: But your partner, he believed it?

SCULLY: I think he does now.

ERNIE STEFANIUK: So it was you who figured it.

(SCULLY is not comfortable taking the credit for this.)

SCULLY: Well, I … I made the connections but it was Agent Doggett that got us out
here.

ERNIE STEFANIUK: You ought to be wishing he hadn't.

SCULLY: Excuse me?

ERNIE STEFANIUK: The moment you stepped foot here... You're marked now, you
know that.

SCULLY: Sir, I'm here to protect you.

ERNIE STEFANIUK: And how are you going to do that? You thought of everything...
Except that.

SCULLY: Well, this thing, Mr. Stefaniuk is … uh … still flesh and blood. It can be
killed.

ERNIE STEFANIUK: What do you think? It's just going to come walking through the
door, there? It's waited 44 years. It'll wait out there as long as it takes until you can't stand
it anymore. How long can you wait, huh? A lifetime? To live in fear like this, a young
woman-- are you prepared to sacrifice family, children and spend your life terrorized by a
monster?

(A loud beeping sounds from a monitor on the table. They move toward it. It displays a
radar sweep.)

SCULLY: What is that?

ERNIE STEFANIUK: (nervous) It's ground radar. The sensor's set at ten feet high.
Anything big enough to set it off is coming in through the trees.

(They hear a thumping on the roof. SCULLY draws her gun and points it at the roof.
She fires through the roof nine times, then five more times.)

SCULLY: You hear it?

ERNIE STEFANIUK: No.

(SCULLY puts a new clip in her gun.)

SCULLY: Maybe I got it. Maybe I killed it.

(She opens the door and looks out. She sees nothing.)

SCULLY: If you've got a gun, get it.

(She closes the door and goes outside and looks up at the roof. She sees nothing.)

(Inside the cabin, ERNIE STEFANIUK loads an old shotgun with shaking hands. He
starts as a stick of firewood rolls out of the fireplace. He looks at the fireplace in terror.)

(Outside, SCULLY continues to look around.)

(Inside, ERNIE STEFANIUK, slowly peers up the chimney. He sees nothing and steps
back. He turns to the BAT THING right behind him.)

(Outside, SCULLY hears him scream and sees a shotgun blast explode through the roof.
She runs back inside and sees the BAT THING attacking ERNIE SETFANIUK. It looks
up at her, its mouth bloody. SCULLY fires five shots into its back. It flies out of sight.
As SCULLY looks for it, she is startled by DOGGETT's entrance.)

DOGGETT: Agent Scully.

(The BAT THING flies at DOGGETT knocking him to the ground. DOGGETT fires
eleven shots at it as it flies away, screaming. SCULLY helps him up.)

DOGGETT: You okay?

SCULLY: Yeah. I'm okay. But you're not, Agent Doggett. I got you.

(SCULLY gently helps DOGGETT lie down and begins checking his injuries. [CarriK:
Stop touching him like that, Scully!! He's not Mulder. Okay, okay he's hurt. You have
to help him. Grrr..] DOGGETT loses consciousness. SCULLY looks up into the trees at
the sound of the BAT THING screeching defiantly at her.)




TWO WEEKS LATER

(X-Files office. SCULLY is alone. She picks up MULDER's nameplate again.
DOGGETT enters. As a manly man, he has fully recovered from his wounds.)

DOGGETT: Sorry I'm late. I received a fax up in my old office from Ernie's brother,
Myron Stefaniuk.

SCULLY: He's alive? Where is he?

DOGGETT: He doesn't say. He sent this from a small storefront business just across
the state line in Wyoming. He's gone into hiding.

SCULLY: Do you believe it, Agent Doggett?

DOGGETT: Believe it?

SCULLY: That this thing is still out there and someday it's going to come after us?

DOGGETT: (not ultra-confident) I'm pretty sure I hit it, Agent Scully. Pretty sure you
hit it, too. The guys upstairs were making some noise about this case-- about what's in
our field report.

SCULLY: Yeah. You'll get used to it.

(She picks up the nameplate again.)

SCULLY: I, uh... I never had a desk in here, Agent Doggett but I'll see that you get one.

(DOGGETT is surprised, not sure what she is saying.)

DOGGETT: All right.

SCULLY: And I just want to say, um... thank you for watching my back.

DOGGETT: Well, I never saw it as an option. I'm sure you don't either.

(They look at each other a moment. DOGGETT crosses over to a file cabinet and begins
looking through it. SCULLY looks at the nameplate again, opens the desk drawer,
pauses, then places it inside and closes the drawer.)

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Visiteur 2846505 (18:03)

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Visiteur 3202334 (21:09)

bonjour, j'aimerais savoir si quelqu'un peut me dire ou trouver la saison 4 en français

Visiteur 3202334 (21:11)

de the Originals

Merlinelo (22:50)

Désolé, on ne parle pas de streaming sur ce site ;-)

Merlinelo (22:51)

Le quartier Orphan Black a un nouveau design! Les commentaires sont les bienvenus.

Merlinelo (22:51)

Aussi, les fans sont invités à voter au nouveau sondage sur la saison 5. Merci à tous et bonne soirée

grims (07:14)

Coucou à tous ! le quartier vikings vous attends pour voter à la photo du mois !

grims (07:15)

Et à l'occasion de l'hypnocruise deux animations vous sont proposées ! la chasse à la corne et un concours wallpaper !

grims (07:18)

Seulement 1 participante pour le concours wallpaper sur le quartier Vikings qui l'accompagne ?

CastleBeck (11:57)

Dernier jour pour envoyer vos voeux d'anniversaire pour le concours This Is Us. Pas besoin de connaitre la série. Texte d'au plus 100 mots. Merci

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