Um...who cares? (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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their sender to quarantine...
IN THE GLAM ROOM.
Early LSD experiments in the FBI. (email@example.com)
The Gunmen weren't dead. No way in hell. The deal with Muldy talking to them
and then the next minute they were gone shows their skills in moving really
fast. Like insane speed. That's how they got out of that room without being
affected by the killer virus. Oh come on, you know it's true. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
It was the peyote. Like father, like son. (email@example.com)
To understand the problem we must first consider who else could speak to dead
people. Cole Sear from the Sixth Sense could see dead people but Mulder never
showed this propensity before, and the 6th Sense seems to manifest in early
childhood Besides, Chris Carter is no M. Night Shyamalan.
Ash from the Evil Dead Trilogy could talk to dead people but they were always
trying to eat his head. Of the corpses that Mulder spoke to, only Frohicke seemed
capable of noggin consumption. And Mulder has no Boom Stick.
Now judging by the fact that Duchovny has gotten more money than anyone including
Fox Networks, Chris Carter or the entire cast combined, coupled with the fact
that his character fathered Dana (Super Genius Nookie) Scully's baby, and gets
to practice making babies on Tea (Proof of God nookie) Leoni, I'd say that Duchovny
has developed a Messiah complex and can speak to the dead like Jesus did to
There is no mystery here; Duchovny is simply channeling the power of his also-dead
To tease the fanboys and, for one fleeting second before they realized that
he was just hallucinating, make them think that the Lone Gunmen were still alive
and living in Mexico... (firstname.lastname@example.org)
It's The X-Files...don't ask why, just accept it and go with that confused
Since so few people still watched the series, Chris Carter thought he could
get away with it. I hear tell that in one draft, Mulder was accompanied by a
small green alien named Gazoo, until Chris found out it infringed on an earlier
series which made about as much sense as the X-Files did in its waning years.
Maybe it was due to some leftover ectoplasm from the good episode where he
hugged his dear departed sister. (email@example.com)
Interacting with the realm of the dead was the only way he could read the final
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to have the least incorrectness in them. However, if questioned, the Theorizer
will deny everything.
Unknown to the audience, Sam Beckett had actually jumped into Mulder's body.
Al was just having some fun with him, scrambling his hologram image to look
like various people "Fox" had met in the past that Ziggy had acquired
from its databanks. (firstname.lastname@example.org)