Mulder gets busy!

David Duchovny’s “Sex” Files
The sex is out there, and it’s up to David Duchovny to find it.
In a conspiracy hatched by the producers of Sex and the City, the former X-Files G-man will be investigating mysteries of the female kind on HBO’s hit comedy.
“Yes, he will guest star. You’ll see him in the August episode,” Sex and the City publicist Angela Tarantino confirmed Thursday.
Duchovny will heat things up as a potential suitor to Sarah Jessica Parker’s Carrie Bradshaw during SATC’s final batch of episodes airing in January 2004.
Though the rep wouldn’t elaborate how many episodes Duchovny will appear in, it’s likely he’ll give Carrie’s old boyfriend, the currently San Francisco-based Mr. Big (Chris Noth), a run for his money once her romance with latest hottie Jack Burger (Ron Livingston) flames out.
Executive producer Michael Patrick King says Duchovny’s presence will keep Carrie’s love life interesting.
“Why would we bring in a major name if [Big] was already [the clear winner]?” King tells TV Guide Online.
Duchovny becomes the second high-profile thespian this week to be wooed by Sex, following former L.A. Law star Blair Underwood, who signed on for a fling with one of the show’s four leading ladies beginning at the end of the summer.
SATC will also be joined this season by former child star and Oscar winner Tatum O’Neal, who was tapped to play Carrie’s photographer in the August 17 episode. Legally Blonde star Jennifer Coolidge turned up in last week’s episode throwing a handbag party.
Having had enough of aliens, ghosts and monsters by swearing off the role of FBI Special Agent Fox “Spooky” Mulder (at least until he’s abducted to reprise the part for a planned X-Files feature), Duchovny, 41, has been busy making movies and raising four-year-old daughter Madelaine West and one-year-old son Kid with actress-wife T√àa Leoni.
His most recent credits include Return to Me, Zoolander, Evolution and Steven Soderbergh’s little-seen 2002 indie drama, Full Frontal.
Having written and directed several episodes of The X-Files, Duchovny is getting behind the camera again and will make his feature helming debut with House of D, a New York-based drama that he wrote about a man coming to terms with his life by confronting his present relationships with friends. Robin Williams, Tyler Hoechlin (Road to Perdition) and Leoni will star alongside Duchovny.
He next turns up on the big screen in the Universal comedy Connie and Carla opposite Nia Vardalos and Toni Collette, due out later this year.