After Mulder chases down and kills a young man whom he believes to be a vampire but Scully realises that his fangs are fake, the agents return to DC aware of the mistake they just made. Faced with a lawsuit from the family of the man, they recount each of their sides to the story leading up to the event. In the extremely humourous stories that follow we see how Scully and Mulder both perceive each other. (On this case at least) Scully sees Mulder as overly-exuberant with childlike giddiness as he explains the case which may concern vampiric activity. On the other side, Mulder sees Scully as totally unenthusiastic, questioning all of his theories about the case and more content with lusting after the cute Sheriff Hartwell. (Whom Mulder observes has big buck teeth!) In the end, the Agents return to the town where they learn that all the residents are actual vampires who, except for one, have learned to live in civilised society.
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