Mulder and Scully investigate when a man named Joel Simmons is found dead in his backyard – his body drained of blood. Mulder at first links the incident to mysterious cattle mutilations that have occurred in the United States since 1967.
The agents interview Teena Simmons, Joel’s eight-year-old daughter, who was at home
when the killings took place. Teena describes how “men from the clouds” were after her
father. Mulder is somewhat mystified, however, when Teena tells him the men wanted to
“exsanguinate” her father, a word far too complex for a little girl to understand.
Shortly thereafter, the agents receive word of another, almost identical murder that took
place in San Francisco, in which a man named Doug Reardon was found dead in his
backyard, also drained of blood. The agents are stunned when they meet
Reardon’s eight-year-old daughter, Cindy. She and Teena are identical in appearance.
Teena, meanwhile, disappears from the foster home where she is temporarily housed,
apparently the victim of a kidnapping.
Scully investigates when it is discovered that Mrs. Reardon had in-vitro fertilization at a
clinic in San Francisco. A physician named Sally Kendrick supervised both the Simmons’
and Reardons’ IVF program. Kendrick, it is revealed, was fired from her position after she
was discovered tampering with the genetic material of fertilized ova in the lab prior to
Deep Throat contacts Mulder. He reveals the existence of a top secret program once run
by the United States government called the “Litchfield Experiment,” in which a group of
genetically controlled children were raised and monitored. The boys were dubbed “Adam” and
the girls “Eve.”
Mulder and Scully track Eve Six to a mental institution. To their astonishment, she looks
exactly like Sally Kendrick. Eve admits that two other Eves besides herself are still alive.
The agents realize that Sally Kendrick was continuing the Litchfield experiment at the clinic
in San Francisco where she cloned Teena and Cindy.
One of the other Eves kidnaps Cindy. She takes the girl to a motel and introduces her to
Teena. Both little girls knew of the other’s existence, and they murdered their own fathers.
Eve is convinced she can raise the girls so they will not suffer from the mental disorders
that drove the other Eves mad. Despite her conviction, she realizes too late that the little
girls, for no apparent reason, poisoned her drink.
Mulder and Scully are tipped that the girls can be found at the motel. When they arrive,
they find Eve dead. The girls claim the two remaining Eves conspired to kill them. The
agents fall for the story, never suspecting the girls played any role in the murder.
Mulder and Scully transport the girls in their car. They pull off the road at a diner so the
girls can use the rest room. Mulder orders four sodas, and when he is not looking, Cindy
poisons two of the drinks. Mulder realizes the drinks have been tampered with and stops
Scully from ingesting her soda just in time. The girls, however, realize their scheme has
been discovered. They play cat-and-mouse with the agents in the diner’s parking lot, but
Mulder gains the upper hand and arrests them.
THE X-FILES “EVE”
Original Air Date: 12/10/93
DAVID DUCHOVNY as Special Agent Fox Mulder
GILLIAN ANDERSON as Special Agent Dana Scully
HARRIET HARRIS as Sally Kendrick
ERIKA KREIVINS as Cindy Reardon
SABRINA KREIVINS as Teena Simmons
JERRY HARDIN as Deep Throat
GEORGE TOULIATOS as Dr. Katz
JANET HODGKINSON as the Waitress
TASHA SIMMS as Ellen Reardon
TINA GILBERTSON as Donna Watkins
CHRISTINE UPRIGHT-LETAIN as Ms. Wells
GORDON TIPPLE as the Detective
GARRY DAVEY as Hunter
JOE MAFFEI as Guard #1
MARIA HERRERA as Guard #2
ROBERT LEWIS as the Officer
KENNETH BILLER & CHRIS BRANCATO