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The X-Files

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Credited Cast

David Duchovny .... Fox Mulder (1993-2001, 2002)

Gillian Anderson .... Dana Scully

Robert Patrick .... John Doggett (2000-2002)

Annabeth Gish .... Monica Reyes (2001-2002)

Mitch Pileggi .... Walter Skinner (1994-2002)

William B. Davis .... Cigarette Smoking Man/CGB Spender

Show Description

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This television series follows the adventures and lives of FBI agents investigating those cases that involve the paranormal or previously unsolved (especially by conventional means). FBI Special Agents Mulder, Scully, Doggett and Reyes work to uncover forces within the United States of America government that would violate people's rights, alien creatures and monsters alike that attack and other mysteries.

http://www.xfroadrunners.com/whatsnew.html (Anastasia, thx)

Tv Tome X-Files episode guide

Conspiracy Timeline

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X-Files rules! The best TV-series ever!

Even the worst seasons are better than most TV shows.

X-Files is so good because they really did everything as

well as possible with the given money and time.

The crew was extremely talented.

From now on everything will be crap compared to this

monumental achivement in TV history.

I have all the seasons + the movie on DVD, of course. :fun:

Thanks for creating this thread cast0r!

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OMG! i love this show and is seriously obssesed with Gillian Anderson so gorgeous!

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One of the best things about this show is that you can watch the same episode a hundred times and not be sick of it.

The Christmas episode where they run into the two ghosts in the old house and the ghosts basically teach them a lesson about the spirit of christmas of sorts. I have seen that episode probably 50 times, and It's still good. :)

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One of the best things about this show is that you can watch the same episode a hundred times and not be sick of it.

The Christmas episode where they run into the two ghosts in the old house and the ghosts basically teach them a lesson about the spirit of christmas of sorts. I have seen that episode probably 50 times, and It's still good. :)

I agree with you! I have watched that ep so many times but it never gets old along with other great eps.

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Season 1 on DVD is 34.99 now on Amazon. It wound up costing me 14.99 because of a gift certificate I had. Oh happy day! Now the other 6 seasons just have to drop as low...

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I might just go pick that up now that it's so cheap. :)

This series is just about the most expensive TV series to buy, sucks. Looks like that is starting to change though. Cool. :)

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^ I agree, it's like $100.00 at Best Buy! The least i have spent was $70.00 i hate that. lol I only have seasons 5,6, and 7. :( I want four next.

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i heard rumours that there's gonna be a new x-files movie??? :unsure:

i've watched the serie from the start, i think it's on of the best series ever :)

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I have all 9 seasons on DVD and I spent about 100 euros ($130) for each!

Now I would have them for one third of that price, but that's life... :rolleyes:

Anyway, The X-Files IS the best TV-show ever.

:fun:

Chris Carter is planning a new movie. If it gets done then the principal photography would start late 2005/early 2006. The movie is going

to be a monster/horror-story.

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I just found this thread, and a what a good one it is. I grew up on X-Files and it would scare the hell out of me when I was little. Jesus I never realized that the seasons had come out on DVD. Got to get them.

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The show has been over since, what 2002 I think, and I just caught an episode I had never seen the other day. Even after seeing episodes a million times they just get better.

Anyone else whistle along with the opening theme. :whistle: I do it with every show, I guess it's habit or something. :)

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...Even after seeing episodes a million times they just get better.

Yes, that's true. X-Files is about quality, quality and quality. :cool:

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I used to watch this show all the time. The new show Bones on Fox kinda reminds me of the show minus the aliens. Love David Boreanz....

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I loved this show, ever since I was a teen. I'm now 20.. I cried when Fox passed away on the show.

I REALLY love watching it late at night, 1-3 am.

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First look: 'X-Files' returns to theaters, minus alien mythology

LOS ANGELES — The sequel is out there.

The conspiracy theories will not be.

Ten years after the first film and six years after the show went off the air, The X-Files returns to theaters with Fox Mulder, Dana Scully — and a lot riding on the bet that fans want more of the FBI's paranormal-investigating agents.

The film, which remains without a formal title, will dump the long-running "mythology" plotline — that aliens live among us and are part of a colonizing effort — that made it one of the most popular television shows in the late 1990s but ultimately drove away some viewers who found it too complex and ambiguous.

"We spent a lot of time on (the mythology) and wrapped up a lot of threads" when the show went off the air in 2002, says Chris Carter, creator of the series and director of the new movie. "We want a stand-alone movie, not a mythology conspiracy one."

That will come as welcome news to fans of the show's stand-alone episodes, which included cults, ghosts, psychics and ancient curses.

Carter refuses to divulge any plot points of the movie, but says he wanted to make the film immediately after the show ended. A contractual dispute with 20th Century Fox kept it on the shelf until the case was settled out of court.

He says the delay may turn out to be a blessing.

"There's a whole audience I want to introduce X-Files to," Carter says. "There were kids who couldn't watch it on TV because it was too scary. Now they're in college. I wanted a movie that everyone could go to."

Whether they will could be a test of the show's legacy, says Blair Butler of the G4TV network, which caters to video-game enthusiasts and science-fiction fans.

"At its strongest, it had really creepy stand-alone episodes," she says. "They turned it into a great franchise. But a lot of years have passed. We'll see if it's fallen off the radar."

She says the film could benefit from an ironic twist: the Writers Guild strike.

"I think it could be a sort comfort food for the people who loved how original the show was and aren't seeing original TV now," she says.

But Carter believes they'll be drawn by something else: the show's stars, David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson.

"For me, The X-Files has always been a romance," he says. "They had an intellectual romance that's very rare and restrained compared to so many relationships on TV. I think that's what appealed most to the fans. And they're back."

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:woot: omg, say it ain't so! :woot:

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Omg :woot:

When I was a kid that was like one of my favorite shows, I loved it!!

And David Duchovny is hott!

I can't wait for it to come out!

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I WANT TO BELIEVE.......That the film will live up to X-PECTATIONS. THE TRUTH AWAITS THERE!

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I WANT TO BELIEVE.......That the film will live up to X-PECTATIONS. THE TRUTH AWAITS THERE!

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