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David Duchovny explained booty call to Prince Charles
May 4th, 2018 under James Corden, The Princes of England, X-Files. [ Comments: none ]


Back in the ’90s, David Duchovny was so popular, he got to sit next to Prince Charles at a concert. That concert included All Saints who performed their hit Booty Call. Well, the future King of England was unfamiliar with the phrase, so the actor told James Corden on The Late Late Show that he had to explain it to him.

How do you that? If you someone who worked in Soft Porn, you describe it as, “It is when a man or a woman calls a man or woman to come to their home late at night for the express purpose of getting together and leaving right afterwards.” All the Prince could say was, “Oh!” Now, imagine if Duchovny described it as he would on Red Shoes Diaries, then Charles would have said, “Oh yes, oh yes, oh yes!!!”

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BTWF roles: Mitch Pileggi in The Return of the Living Dead 2
March 21st, 2018 under Before They Were Famous, X-Files. [ Comments: none ]


Before Mitch Pileggi was an FBI agent working with The X-Files, he was a Sarge dealing with Zombies in The Return of the Living Dead 2. You can barely recognize the 35-year-old without a beard in that 1988 movie.

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The X-Files has It, and an explosive Chicago PD/Fire crossover starts tonight
March 7th, 2018 under Dick Wolf, X-Files. [ Comments: none ]


Tonight at 8p on Fox, The X-Files does their take on It. A young boy goes missing in a small town in Connecticut and then his body is found in the woods. Because his father is a cop, Scully (Gillian Anderson) and Mulder (David Duchovny) are called into investigate. The locals thinks it is an open and shut case because they think an animal did it, but Fox knows it is something more.

He is right because the kids favorite television characters are showing up and they are killing them. But why? Wait until you see the first creepy character, he has been giving me nightmares for days. He makes Pennywise look lovable. It really something you don’t want to miss out on.


Tomorrow night Chicago Fire celebrates its 100th episode at 10p, but the celebration begins tonight on 10p on NBC with Chicago PD. Platt (Amy Morton) is being interviewed live at a local new station at the same time someone decides to blow it up. She is knocked out, but she survives. She tries to help the few survivors there are until Chicago PD and Chicago Fire to help even more.

Once everyone is out, Chicago PD gets their first lead. As they call him out to him, someone put a bomb in his mailbox and it goes off. He is OK and now he is a suspect for the bombings. There’s only one problem, another bomb goes off. Now, Chicago is on high alert and it is all hands on deck to find this person before they kill again.

That is when Voight (Jason Beghe) asks the Chief (Eamonn Walker) if he can use Dawson (Monica Raymund) and Brett (Kara Killmer) to help him distract a suspect in his house so that can put something on his computer. He refuses because he does not want to put them in danger. But you know these ladies will do anything for the job.

That is where tonight’s episode ends and tomorrow night’s begin. And that is when things really get explosive, so you do not want to miss the two-night crossover.

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Tonight’s standalone The X-Files is the most ingenious episode of the year!
February 28th, 2018 under X-Files. [ Comments: none ]


Remember how blown away you were by the Scrubs musical episode or the one where they couldn’t say a word on Buffy the Vampire Slayer or what about Modern Family episode that was all done with Facechat and such on computers? Tonight’s The X-Files on Fox at 9p is up where with them which means it is a must see.

The episode starts off with Scully (Gillian Anderson) and Mulder (David Duchovny) eating Sushi at a completely automated restaurant where there are no human workers whatsoever. When they are done eating, Mulder decides not to leave a tip. The robots don’t like that and won’t give him back his credit card. And that is just the beginning of his problems with electronics.

When they leave the restaurant, Scully takes a driverless cab service home. When they ask her for review, she gives them a bad one and you will understand why when you see it. Now she too is on their crap list.

The electronics strikes back and go after them. How will they get on their good side when so much of our world is almost all automated? You just have to see what happens in the most innovative hour of scripted television this year. Whether you are a fan of the show or not, this is a must watch episode for people who like a television show that is willing to take a big risk.

I watch most television shows while being distracted by something else, but I put them all down because this episode is that intriguing. That and I was afraid that my phone, iPad and computer were listening and planning to attack me like how Fox and Mulder were getting attacked. Thankfully, I don’t own a Google Home because that thing controls everything. But if you own one ask yours to remind you to watch The X-Files tonight.

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Tonight’s The X-Files is one of the best episodes from the series
January 24th, 2018 under X-Files. [ Comments: none ]


There have been plenty of great episodes from The X-Files throughout its run and tonight’s is my second favorite one. The episode starts out with a wild black and white story from the past and it gets wilder from there. So wild, you can tell that David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson just had a huge blast filming it. They let go like they never before.

In their first interaction together, Mulder tells Scully that he spent the day Sasquatching. Then he wants to tell her story and she hangs up on him when he starts to tell it.

The two agents have a date that night. When he goes to meet her, he is approached by a stranger who seems to know him really well. He brings up something about Fox’s past that barely anyone would know and the guy tells him it never existed. Mulder doesn’t believe him until he can’t find any proof of it.

He tells Scully about the mysterious stranger, and the next night she runs into him too. He gives her something from her past that she has been looking for for years.

How does this guy know them so well? What is his connection to them? Something you have to see to believe. You know because the truth is out there. And this episode is all about the Mandela Effect and our agents finally learning the truth about everything. All I will say is Trump plays a part in it. How? Again, you have to watch it at 8p on Fox because this is the episode where Duchovny and Anderson had the most fun they have had with the series and it shows.

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