“Ghost in the Machine” tells the story of a rogue artificial intelligence that decides the best way to elude capture is to murder a bunch of people. “Ice” tells the story of a rogue organism that decides the best way to elude capture is to murder a bunch of people. Why is The X-Files so interested in murder?
The X-Files vists Richard’s home state in “The Jersey Devil”, and it’s a horrible place filled with police corruption and murder. Then in “Shadows”, the ghost of a dead CEO may be exacting revenge on terrorists. Well, that’s one way to solve that problem.
Yep, you read that right: Eric Brasure and Richard Goodness are doing The X-Files! Eric is a longtime fan, and Richard has only ever seen a handful of episodes. Hmm… that sounds familiar. Will Richard appreciate the show on its level? Will Eric be able to hold it together during mythology episodes? Is… the truth out there?
Tara tries to make a sudden exit in “Crunchy Ice”, and the series comes to a conclusion in “The Good Parts”, where nothing is resolved and everyone is in a good place, regardless. Plus! What’s next for Tuning in?
Everyone gets disappointed in the “The Electrifying & Magnanimous Return of Beaverlamp”, but no one is more disappointed than us (by these episodes titles.) Then, in “Chicken ‘n’ Corn”, a new development with Tara’s alters terrifies and disturbs her.
More secrets are uncovered in “Dr. Hatteras’ Miracle Elixir”, and then in “The Road to Hell Is Paved with Breast Intentions”, Tara’s deal with her alters seems to be working! Plus! These episodes titles sure are awful, aren’t they?