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Old 03-13-2007, 09:26 AM   #181
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woooooohoooooo what a time to join this thread!



I still feel my teenage hormones a raging when i see David - what i'd give to be a sunflower seed rolling around in that mouth... errr hrm.
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Old 03-13-2007, 09:44 AM   #182
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Woo-Hooo! "X-Files" Viewing Party! I have Seasons 1-3 & 9 on DVD.
And I have Season 4!

By the way, I brought home my S&M action figures. Beav, give me a script and I'll do the magic.
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Woohoo the episodes are taken care of and Mia can preview her movie before the party!

Dazzling noone could work that sunflower seed like Mulder could
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Thought you would enjoy that
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Old 03-15-2007, 05:33 PM   #186
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Old 03-25-2007, 03:16 AM   #187
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I am regressing. This happens to me every year. I miss this show. I still remember Mulder's badge number because I am that badass. So come on over friends, and let's talk about the good ol' days.

Though, I must warn you, to me, the series does not exist after season 6, and even season 6 is debatable. It lost its flair once they moved the set to LA. Referring to anything post season 6 gets me violently ill.

Come on out you closet philers!
I loved this show more than any other, though perhaps Seinfeld tied. Now, it's the new Battlestar Galactica as the most dramaticall- realistic writing and definitely the most politically-insightful show.

Season 6 had problems, and Season 7 was unforgiveable, but I LOVED Sein Und Zeit and Closure; they make that season worth it for me!
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Old 03-25-2007, 03:18 AM   #188
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You know, what's sad. I'm a hetero male and even I enjoyed looking at the above pic several years ago. Duchovny.net, right?
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Old 03-25-2007, 03:21 AM   #189
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I'm mostly into the X-Files as a mythology episode man. It was the main reason I watched the show. I only started to appreciate non-mythology eps around season 4 and in rewatching older seasons.

Anasazi made me a closet fan, who became committed to watching this strange show from May 1995 on, and Talitha Cumi was the 3rd season finale that made me a proud X-Files fan, who tried to convert people to this amazing show. Redux II has to be my favorite. The best ep in Season 4 was Paper Hearts to me.
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Old 03-25-2007, 03:23 AM   #190
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Has anyone bought the music from the show CDs?

The X-Files film score CD was fine, but only music up to the middle of Season 3 is on CD and it has some awful dialogue inserted to add cheesiness. I have always been dying for music from Seasons 3 to, say, 5 or 6. Mark Snow even wanted to release it, but Fox, which owns his music for the show, denied him that right. Bastards!
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I bought a CD. It was crap! All I remember is "unmarked helicopters." LOL I'm not sure if I liked a single song on there!
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Yeah, I had all those XF CDs. I did like the CD of Mark Snow's music from the show.

The only song I remember liking from that other song compilation was Red Right Hand by Nick Cave. Great, creepy song, perfectly used in the episode where Duane Barry's got Scully stuffed in the trunk.

The movie soundtrack had a few decent songs on it, but overall was pretty meh.
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Old 03-25-2007, 07:24 PM   #193
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Bree Sharp's is teh bestest xfiles song ever!
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Old 03-25-2007, 09:30 PM   #194
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I used to have X-Files books. I used to write X-Files fan fiction. I used to tape every episode and write down all the dialogue of my favourite episodes. I had the X-Files PlayStation game. I cut my little sister's Barbie doll's hair in a Scully bob because the Barbie had red hair. I was a Scully/Mulder shipper.

Ah, The X-Files, television show of my childhood and early teens. It has been ages since I've seen an episode. I should probably buy some DVDs. Goodness knows where all the old VHS tapes have disappeared to.

And for the shippers, remember the outtake of the infamous hallway scene in Fight the Future? I lost the file I downloaded of it not too long ago, but found it again on YouTube. There's actually a 'this video may contain content that is inappropriate for some users' warning on it!
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GibsonGirl, you wrote fanfic too????? I'm dying to know what your pen name was, but I don't dare ask you to post it publicly.

I never saw that outtake until last year - it made the rounds of all my pals from the XF days. there was much squealing. What a thing of beauty!
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