Intro To X
Summary: Watching every single episode of the X-Files for the first time, again. No Spoilers.
Jonathon joins us for Episode 8x02 – “Without” In which Mulder continues to battle the evil table whilst everyone else is trapped in a Benny Hill sketch. We question whether these “Alien Bounty Hunters” are actually bounty hunters and why is Scully turning into the worst?
Happy Kershmas, Friends! Amanda joins us as we embark on Terminator Times and reunite with our cupcake baking hero Alvin Donald Kersh. Filipino chess champ Gibson Praise is back to being the key to everything again. And Mulder endures the terrors of an evil table.
Jonathon and Paul join us for a farewell to season seven as we Riverdance our way through Episode 7x22 – “Requiem” Scully has a Stingray baby on board and we meet our new favorite character Chesty Short – A True Blue American Hero.
Matt, Will, and Mila join us for the magical Episode 7x21 – “Je Souhaite” wherein a scooterbitch gets his comeuppance and Mulder tries to impress his second magic Jinni.
Join us as we record a commentary of our initial viewing of Episode 7x21 – “Je Souhaite” in which Mulder gets a second Magic Genie and Gillian Anderson is a less than stellar mime.
Cowabunga friends, Ian joins us for Chris Carter's handiwork 7x20 – “Fight Club” It's quite terrible. What is happening? Why is it happening? Are the literal cardboard actors better or worse than the non-cardboard cardboard actors?
Grab your popcorn, Mila joins us to discuss David Duchovny's second written and directed ep 7x19 – “Hollywood A.D.” A delightful frothy episode of complete nonsense. We get some proper Stingray and have all our theories confirmed.
Jonathon and Chris are here to discuss 7x18 – “Brand X” wherein the jigsaw killer plays a game in which he fills people's lungs with bugs. It's super gross and we are all upset at the lack of Bambi and George.
Michael David joins us for Gillian Anderson's entirely unreasonable directorial debut in the collection of scenes labeled as 7x17 – “all things” in various publications that list/describe episodes of this show. Luckily Jon gives us a proper Dragnet tale to lift our spirits.
Join Claire and Brad, as no one else was brave enough to do so, as we discuss 7x16 – “Chimera” an episode with a surprising lack of chimeras and a surplus of ugly babies and terrifying easter bunnies.
We get together under a full moon to discuss the 1985 Stephen King classic “Silver Bullet” in which Gary Busey is best/worst creepo uncle ever who makes as many if not more attempts to kill Corey Haim than the werewolf he's been harassing via the U.S. Postal System. Also someone is using this in their reel to audition for King Lear.
Join us for 7x15 – “En Ami” in which Gillian Anderson gets kidnapped by a lecherous old creep with ulterior motives. We all feel bad for the head of the terrorist organization that was catfished by George and are very curious to see the cut scenes from this ep.
Grab your popping corn and enjoy Episode 7x14 – “Theef” A super creepy tale of vengeful herda hada majicks being unleashed against the greatest guy ever. We also encounter not only the worlds worst landlord but also the worst daughter ever and Thumbs-Up Dog get's a job on Sesame Street.
Chris attempts to join us before the harsh realm swallows him whole as we discuss 7x12 – “X-Cops” in which we meet our new favorite characters but get robbed of the chance to meet a wasp-man. Harsh Ream 1x08 “garbage o'clock: countdown to cancellation” was broadcast. Also we get the most questionable email ever.
Will and Mike are for sexist video game nonsense on 7x13 – “First Person Shooter” an episode that breaks new ground for incompetence and bumbling ineptitude in the fields of writing and directing. Also why is she sleeping? Harsh Ream 1x09 “Donezo: The Final Indignity” is the last one.