Tuning In Episode 66: The X-Files, Piper Maru/Apocrypha

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We get another mythology two-parter, but this one is less about shocking revelations and more about emotional growth, as Mulder and Scully work to figure out the events of “Piper Maru” and “Apocrypha.”

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Tuning In Episode 64: The X-Files, Revelations/War of the Coprophages

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“Revelations” is a spiritual successor (literally) to season one’s “Beyond the Sea”, as Mulder and Scully swap places. Then, Darin Morgan returns with “War of the Coprophages”, a delightfully deep and goofy episode about killer cockroaches. Yes, you read that right.

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Tuning In Episode 63: The X-Files, Nisei/731

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The X-Files gives us the rapidly-becoming traditional midseason mythology two-parter with “Nisei” and “731”, and it also doesn’t give us much new information or answer any questions, but it’s certainly gripping!

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Tuning In Episode 62: The X-Files, The Walk/Oubliette

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The X-Files gets postmodern this week in “The Walk” and “Oubliette”, two episode of the show that are more interested in being about The X-Files than about their plot. But hey, we’re extremely okay with this!

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Tuning In Episode 60: The X-Files, D.P.O./Clyde Bruckman’s Final Repose

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A young Jack Black and a young Giovanni Ribisi guest star in “D.P.O.”, and a older Peter Boyle guest stars in “Clyde Bruckman’s Final Repose”. Also! What is the best pie?

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Tuning In Episode 59: The X-Files, The Blessing Way/Paper Clip

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We kick off season three of The X-Files by talking about the two (three?) parter “The Blessing Way” and “Paper Clip”. It’s exciting, dramatic, a little cheesy, but leaves us really excited for this season.

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