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Mulder made his first appearance in the first season pilot episode, broadcast in 1993.Mulder believes in extraterrestrial unidentified flying objects (UFOs) and a government conspiracy to hide or deny the truth of their existence.As of the series finale, Mulder and Scully were on the run.Six years after the events of the ninth season, Fox Mulder's fugitive status is clear.In the episode "Drive", Mulder facetiously apologizes on behalf of the "international Jewish conspiracy" in response to the abusive and anti-Semitic tirades of a suspect, to which Mulder appears to take offense; the suspect also guesses Mulder's ethnicity is Jewish based on his last name.Of course Mulder could conceivably be of a Jewish ethnic descent but a Christian background, perhaps through ancestral marriage or conversion.
Mulder's overprotectiveness of Scully stems not only from his obvious devotion and love for her, but also a long-harbored guilt; Mulder has admitted feeling indirectly responsible for the ordeals and tragedies Scully had gone through because of their investigations.
It is revealed that Samantha was taken by "spiritual intervention", with the help of beings called "Walk-ins". After Mulder returned home to his apartment, an application was submitted to the FBI for his reinstatement to the X-Files but this was declined by Deputy Director Alvin Kersh, who had been promoted in charge of the X-Files shortly after Mulder had been abducted.
He returned to work for a brief period of time, After about a year in hiding, Mulder obtains crucial information from a secret facility about the date of the planned alien colonization effort, but is caught and put on trial for the murder of Knowle Rohrer.
The Smoking Man (biological father) Teena Mulder (mother) Bill Mulder (legal father) Jeffrey Spender (paternal half-brother) Samantha Mulder (maternal half-sister) William Scully (alleged paternal half-brother, possibly son) FBI Special Agent Fox William Mulder is a fictional character in the Fox science fiction-supernatural television series The X-Files, played by David Duchovny.
Mulder's peers consider his (often correct) theories on extraterrestrial activity as spooky and far-fetched.