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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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Imagine Full House with David Duchovny
January 3rd, 2018 under Full House, Jimmy Kimmel, X-Files. [ Comments: none ]


Believe it or not, before John Stamos, Bob Saget and Dave Coulier all landed their roles on Full House, David Duchovny auditioned for all three of their parts. He told Jimmy Kimmel yesterday, he auditioned for one, and they asked him to try out for the another role. That one did not work either, so he read for the last role and as you know it did not work out for him.

Was he upset that he wasn’t cast in the sitcom? No, he would have taken it just to eat back then. I, on the other hand, am upset. He has a genius sense of humor and would have been able to pull off the role if he was half as comedic as the part he played in Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter Is Dead. Remember him that classic film? So brilliant.

Now having said that, I do not think The X-Files would have lasted as long without him. And same goes for Full House with him in it.

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Carson Daly scares his Today co-workers!
December 21st, 2017 under Pranks, TV News, X-Files. [ Comments: none ]

Thinkmodo decided to scare some New Yorkers by putting an alien in a newspaper machine and watching their reactions when they were visited by an extra terrestrial. Needless to say, they all got scared and had stuff come out of the places that martians probe. If you catch my drift.

Carson Daly wanted to see how his Today co-anchors would react to The X-Files (which is back on Fox January 3rd) prank and let’s just say only 2 out of the 3 scares could be shown. Proper former-First Daughter Jenna Bush Hager actually cursed and Dylan Dreyer screamed so loud the spaceships hovering over us heard her. When it comes to Hoda Kotb, it must’ve been something out of this world because they could not show it. Which is a real oh Hell no!

But at least we got to see all those other people get the fright of their lives and for New Yorkers that is saying a lot.

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I need a cigarette after watching The X-Files trailer
October 8th, 2017 under X-Files. [ Comments: none ]


The first trailer is out for 2nd miracle season of The X-Files aka season 11 and 2018 cannot get here soon enough. Not only because Cigarette Smoking Man is back, but also because it looks so freaking good.

The X-Files was the first revival show to totally get it right, which is why we are seeing so many more of them. Thank you Chris Cater, David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson for continuing to show us the truth is still out there.

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