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Old 07-24-2005, 11:40 AM   #121
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Remember how exciting it was when they would change the tagline?

"Oooh! It said 'Resist or Serve'! Did you see?? Oh man."

It seemed so momentous, like it meant something for the mythology and now I know they were just yanking our chain.
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Remember how exciting it was when they would change the tagline?

"Oooh! It said 'Resist or Serve'! Did you see?? Oh man."

It seemed so momentous, like it meant something for the mythology and now I know they were just yanking our chain.
I know what you mean. I used to tape all the episodes, and I would always include the opening credits, just in case they changed the tagline. You just never knew when that would happen.
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I always liked the "I made this!" thing at the end silly i know but it was amusing
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Remember how exciting it was when they would change the tagline?

"Oooh! It said 'Resist or Serve'! Did you see?? Oh man."

It seemed so momentous, like it meant something for the mythology and now I know they were just yanking our chain.
yeah, i'd get pretty excited about that too.

my favourites were: 'Everything Dies', 'Nothing Important Happened Today', and 'erehT tuO si hturT ehT'.

this thread is totally reminding me about what a huge nerd i was/am about this show.
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it's ok, we're all nerds about the show here!
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Old 07-25-2005, 10:59 AM   #127
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Oh, yeah. I had those puppies saved.
I am once again in love with David/Fox
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Old 07-25-2005, 11:00 AM   #128
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A friend of mine who lives in LA has a Duchovny autographed X-Files lunch box. She reported, as have others who have seen him, that the man, while attractive on screen or paper, is Sex On a Stick in person.
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It's funny, he never did it for me. I thought he was good looking, but he just never was on my list--as opposed to every other girl I knew who watched the show!

I always found Jeffery Spender weirdly attractive, he looks kind of like Ioan Gruffudd.

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He is cute, but David is ...I am not gay but Gillian was so damn cute...I would have made out with her
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I thought Gillian was gorgeous too. I still have tons of photos of her, I was always copying her hair and makeup. I still wish I looked like her.

I don't know why she got rid of the red hair, she really does look awful now.

Did you ever see her in "The House of Mirth"? She did such a good job.
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it's ok, we're all nerds about the show here!
Must. Avoid. Star. Trek. References.

I freely admit that I was and in plenty of ways still am a nerd. I watched X-Files (since grade 4), Star Trek, Buffy, Angel, Twilight Zone, Sea Quest DSV, Red Dwarf, Monty Python and all that. I played my computer games as well as D&D as well as Vampire the Masquerade. Quoted all the TV shows incessently e.g. in physics "should we correct for wind resistence?" or in chemistry "(write the periodic table on your hand), including all known lanthinides and actinides? good luck!".

So anyway, we may be nerds about certain things but in the end that just means that we will get more of the jokes that the sometimes equally nerdy writers of these shows put in there.

Oh, who's that one in your profile, and im not talking about Mellencamp
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I thought Gillian was gorgeous too. I still have tons of photos of her, I was always copying her hair and makeup. I still wish I looked like her.

I don't know why she got rid of the red hair, she really does look awful now.

Did you ever see her in "The House of Mirth"? She did such a good job.
What did she do to her HAIR ???? I have not seen "The House of Mirth" yet..I will have to go rent that one...thanks for mentioning that I have never seen her in anything besides the X-Files
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House of Mirth is wonderful. She was really impressive in it.

She was also in Playing By Heart, which I really enjoyed, and The Mighty, which was also very good.

She's blonde now, and too skinny, and just kind of ... I don't know. Unattractive.
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