We're in the homestretch of the series finale of the X-Files, and we get an episode directed by David Duchovny. Spoilers below: The story was bordering of some whacked out science that could make CSI blush. The DNA angle didn't sit well with me at all. Having Miller turn out to be Jeffrey Spender be the burnt out from inside out, and sharing Mulder's exact DNA (since he and Mulder share the same father - Cigarette Smoking Man), and making fools out of the FBI was stretching a wee bit too thin. At least Scully knew Mulder well enough not to buy into the DNA nonsense. Plus the eyes didn't look anything like Mulder's. For the life of me, I couldn't understand why when Reyes and Doggett broke the "news" to Scully that one of them wasn't watching Miller in Scully apartment while both of them had to be in a closed room to break the news to Scully. That's just sloppy writing. Are we to accept that there are clones of Scully's baby, William, being raised as children from adoption agencies? Or that Miller's injection of Magnetite will thwart the alien invasion? Again, disappointed in the writing. I'm hoping Doggett's episode next week will somehow tie into the rest of the mythology arc. 3 more episodes to go (4 hours - series ending is a 2 hour show).