I really enjoyed this episode of the X-Files. Basically you have this guy (calls himself Oliver Martin after the cousin who was jinxed on the Brady Bunch show) who can create something he craves in real life, a loving family, and he uses the Brady Brunch as his shelter within his mind, but his psychokinetic power allows him to create what amounts to a holodeck, but with tangible effects in the real world. 2 young guys (one being David Faustino - Bud Bundy on "Married With Children") are killed by Oliver when they break into his house and Oliver literally ejected them out of the house through the roof and are killed upon impact. Scully tracks down the doctor (Dr. Reets) who saw this man as a patient 30 years ago, and Dr. Reets helps the X-Files gang in calming Oliver down. Doggest takes Reets to talk to Oliver and picks the lock after seeing the Brady Bunch inside the house as he peeps through the windows. Doggett confronts Oliver inside the house, and Oliver somewhat spares Doggett by launching him thorugh the upstairs ceiling and keeping him upsidedown in the attic where Doggett is stuck on the main attic beam of the house. Reets talks Oliver into calming himself so he can let go of Doggett, which he does, and Doggett comes crashing down with a few bruises on the ol' noggin. Reets convinces Oliver to let the FBI take him from California to FBI HQ in Virginia for further testing and help. As a demonstration of Oliver's powers, he levitates Skinner in Skinner's office and flips him around just for kicks. This was done in the presence of Doggett, Reyes, Scully with a huge grin on her face, Reets, Oliver, and a FBI physics expert. Shortly afterwards Oliver has a seizure and is hospitalized. While Oliver represents validation for the all the work that Scully and Mulder did on the X-Files, the use of Oliver's power is eating himself up inside. Doggett figures out that Oliver only uses his power since he's lonely, and that Reets could be his only family (his power faded as he became happier with Reets in his life, but consequently Reets interest in the boy waned, so he left Oliver as a patient 30 years ago). Reets agrees to take in Oliver to save his life. Doing so robs Scully of the validation for the X-Files. But it was the right thing to do for Oliver. This episode advanced, albeit with little steps, that Doggett and Reyes are coming together as a couple (it was a nice touch when Reyes holds Doggett's hand in the hospital as they watch Reets take in Oliver as a son to become a part of his family and to keep him happy), and that Doggett is getting the hang of the X-Files, ready to accept what he sees and not reject X-File-like explanation/phenomena to explain strange events. Scully is still without the proof she needs, but realized that love is a strong bond and happiness is worth more than any explanation/demonstration of repeatable X-File phenomena. Next up: the 2 hour series finale with Duchovny back as Mulder.