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!
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!
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?
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.
We reach the end of season two of The X-Files with “Anasazi”, an alien conspiracy episode that quickly spirals out of control in the most fun way possible. Plus! Who is Skinner, anyway?
The X-files goes back to a well by doing its own version of The Omen, “The Calusari”, but unfortunately it’s only partly successful. Then in “F. Emasculata”, the show separates Mulder and Scully once again, only this time, it works. Also! Hello, future DEA agent Hank Schrader.