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The agents deduce that their suspect may be a genetic mutant who has been killing in sprees for ninety years.Production of "Squeeze" was problematic; creative differences between Longstreet and the crew led to him being replaced as director, while some missing scenes needed to be shot after the initial filming.He concludes that because five murders occurred during the earlier sprees, the investigators should expect two more.Because Scully believes that the killer will return to the scenes of his earlier crimes, she and Mulder wait in the parking garage of Usher's office building.However, Mulder later digitally elongates and narrows Tooms' fingerprints to show Scully that they match the prints at the crime scene.Mulder believes that Tooms is able to stretch and squeeze his body through narrow spaces.They visit Frank Briggs (Henry Beckman), a former detective, who recounts his experiences of the investigation into the 1933 murders.Briggs brings out old photographs of Tooms—who has not aged in sixty years—and gives them the address of Tooms' former apartment building.

Academics have examined "Squeeze" for its portrayal of the politics of law enforcement, highlighting the tension—evident throughout the series—between the agents' desire to find the truth and their duty to secure criminal convictions.

"Squeeze" is the third episode of the first season of the American science fiction television series The X-Files.

It premiered on the Fox network on September 24, 1993.

Mulder is a believer in the paranormal, while the skeptical Scully has been assigned to debunk his work.

In this episode, Mulder and Scully investigate a series of ritualistic killings by somebody seemingly capable of squeezing his body through impossibly narrow gaps.

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