I know what you're thinking: how can you pick just ten? And the truth is, you can't. There are just too many good ones. But I thought I'd give it a try anyway.
For me, good Mulder/Scully moments don't necessarily have to be hugs or kisses (although God knows I love the shippy scenes just as much as anyone else!). They can be touches, looks, words...anything, really, that demonstrates the love these two characters have for one another.
Original Air Date—4 October 1996
The continuing search for Jeremiah Smith leads Scully to uncover encrypted data files whose purpose is not yet known. Being closely hunted by an unknown assassin, Jeremiah leads Mulder to a secluded farm in rural Canada while men in suits determine Mrs. Mulder's fate.
Season 4, Episode 2: Home
Original Air Date—11 October 1996
"Field Trip" is the twenty-first episode of the sixth season of the science fiction television series The X-Files. The episode first aired in the United States and Canada on May 9, 1999 on the Fox Network, and subsequently aired in the United Kingdom on Sky1. Frank Spotnitz came up with the story and John Shiban and Vince Gilligan wrote the teleplay. The episode was directed by Kim Manners.
In the episode, a mystery involving two skeletons leads the agents on a journey in which nothing is quite as it seems. The episode was generally well-received by fans and critics alike. The episode is...
The second season of the science fiction television series The X-Files commenced airing on Fox Broadcasting Company (Fox) in the United States on September 16, 1994, concluded on the same channel on May 19, 1995, and contained 25 episodes.
The season premiere was re-written for David Duchovny—his version of "Beyond the Sea"—that would make Mulder question himself and his beliefs. Instead of Puerto Rico, the original location was supposed to be Moscow, Russia. Series creator Chris Carter wanted to film the episode there, but was not able to secure...
The first season of the science fiction television series The X-Files commenced airing on Fox Broadcasting Company (Fox) in the United States on September 10, 1993, concluded on the same channel on May 13, 1994, and contained 24 episodes. In the first two seasons, executive producer Carter and co-executive producers Morgan and Wong, along with other writers, helped to define the show's fledgling story arc. The "mythology", as the producers called it, was initially established as a government plot to cover up anything pertaining to the existence of extraterrestrial life, and Mulder's attempts...
I wrote this little piece for Renegades of the FBI forum about a year ago, but it still is my opinion :) Originally it had a bit more colorful language, but I replaced all the F words with others ;)
I was toying with an idea for his post for a while now. It came to me after watching a scene from episode “3” All those years ago, when I watched the episode for the first time, I hated it. But it’s been a while since then. I grew up, started thinking a little different. Few weeks ago I watched a music video on youtube about David...
A/N. This is my very first fan fiction, so be gentle, okay? It was written for a personal challenge for House of David Duchovny forum.
I want to thank my beta, Smirkity for willingly reading and correcting my mistakes. English is not my firts language, but I tried my best.
Disclaimer: Mulder and Scully don't belong to me and I don't get any money from this. Mulder and Scully belong to CC and company and he gets all the money from this. But at least with me, they have a little fun :)
Dean Haglund (image credit: www.deanhaglund.com)
UFOs, Aliens, Ghosts, Shadow People, and other paranormal investigations were the focus of the popular series, The X-Files. In a recent interview with Dean Haglund, who played the character Richard “Ringo” Langly, he shared with me that there may be more truth to the show than most believe.
Haglund’s character, Ringo, was part of a hacker/conspiracy group called the Lone Gunmen. They were originally only going to be part of one episode. However, the reaction by fans in the X-Files online newsgroups was...
Please join IBG Inc. on Saturday, 14 November 2009 in Los Angeles, CA, for an afternoon to celebrate “The X-Files” series and films, while raising funds for a number of worthy charities. The Event will feature a moderated Q&A panel with in person appearances by Frank Spotnitz, Gillian Anderson and other TBA members of “The X-Files” team*.
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want to see more of xfiles. please say that they will continue. love watching them. look forward to seeing them. david and jillian is what makes the xfiles.. with out them it would,nt be the xfiles.
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