This is not a man. It’s a monster. You can’t put it in an institution.
Agent Mulder

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“The Host” is the second episode of season two of The X-Files and is the twenty-sixth episode in the series overall. The sequence was directed by Daniel Sackheim and written by series creator Chris Carter. It beginning aired on the Fox Network on Friday, September 23rd, 1994. In this sequence, Walter Skinner sends Mulder to Newark, New Jersey to investigate what appears to be a everyday murder. When Mulder begins looking into the end of a homo found in a sewer, he soon realizes that there is more to this matter than meets the eye.

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  • This episode is included in the The X-Files: The Complete Collector’s Edition and the The X-Files: The Complete Second Season DVD collections.
  • This is the first appearance of actor Steven Williams on The X-Files. He plays the role of the mysterious X, though he only appears as a disembodied voice in this episode. X will replace Deep Throat as Fox Mulder’s secret informer.

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