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RE: The X-Files - 28/10/2013 1:07:18 PM   
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What's the one with Scully's talking tattoo? I love that one, despite knowing it's pretty awful.

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RE: The X-Files - 28/10/2013 1:22:00 PM   
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What's the one with Scully's talking tattoo? I love that one, despite knowing it's pretty awful.


I believe you're thinking of Never Again Scully does get a tattoo in that ep but it doesn't talk. Jodie Foster is the voice of "Betty" the tattoo. I watched Dreamland 1 & 2 last night, what a great pair of episodes. The X Files always did great "funny ones"

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RE: The X-Files - 28/10/2013 1:23:48 PM   
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The dance in front of the mirror is inspired.

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RE: The X-Files - 28/10/2013 1:55:13 PM   
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I like the one with (I think) vampires. Scully and Mulder's different accounts of them meeting a policeman.
In Mulder's the policeman is all goofy toothed and Scully is giggling schoolgirl fawning over him,
In Scully's version it's a good looking cop and I think Mulder is being a dick.

If I had the time I'd go back and watch all of these, I tuned out about the time the film came out.

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RE: The X-Files - 28/10/2013 1:58:00 PM   
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That's Bad Blood.

Watching the New York Paley interview, it's great.

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RE: The X-Files - 31/10/2013 10:45:58 PM   
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quote:

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What's the one with Scully's talking tattoo? I love that one, despite knowing it's pretty awful.


Yeah sorry but thats a great episode don't know where you get the awful from? You see a different side to the Scully character, and its oddly desturbing. One of the highlights of Season four which for me maybe one of the best seasons overall.

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RE: The X-Files - 2/11/2013 11:39:52 PM   
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Yeah Mulder goes off on an Elvis pilgrimage or something and leaves Scully to meet the guy with that tattoo; it's pretty good.


Just watching the voodoo episode Fresh Bones which is pretty creepy as well as the two-parter Colony/End Game. The mythos/conspiracy stuff is convoluted but it's a good one, I always liked the bounty hunter character.


Their first less than serious episode Humbug is coming up, I will have to see if it holds up after all this time.

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RE: The X-Files - 3/11/2013 1:09:21 AM   
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As I said before, I never managed to keep up with The X-Files but I've always wanted to know: did Sculder ever get stuck into Gillian Anderson or what?

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RE: The X-Files - 30/1/2014 3:02:54 PM   
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20 years of mulder, scully-

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RE: The X-Files - 30/1/2014 6:57:50 PM   
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As I said before, I never managed to keep up with The X-Files but I've always wanted to know: did Sculder ever get stuck into Gillian Anderson or what?

Who's Sculder?

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RE: The X-Files - 22/6/2014 12:35:43 PM   
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So am on Season three on my re-watch and just the other day I watched the wonderfully weird Jose Chung's "From Outer Space" episode. It is one which gets better on every viewer and is just so experimental narrative wise. It shouldn't work but just does, and the casting of Jesse Vantura is inspired!

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