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Hello everyone! Welcome to “We Still Believe – an X-Files Podcast”! It’s a podcast dedicated to the TV show ‘The X-Files’ on Fox! We created this podcast to talk about the upcoming X-Files miniseries debuting in January 2016.
In this week’s episode, we begin by introducing ourselves. Our fearless leader is Darrell Darnell, the head honcho of Golden Spiral Media and Pro Podcast Solutions. He is a modern media mogul, and he provides your play by play. Chip Mims is his trusty sidekick. He is known as the hero of Canton and the co-host of Tales from the Cask Craft Beer Podcast and Watching the Americans Podcast, dedicated to the FX TV show ‘The Americans’. He is here to provide color and wry commentary.
To get people ready for the show, we are discussing show creator Chris Carter’s essential 10 episodes as revealed to Entertainment Weekly:
1×02- Deep Throat
1×13- Beyond the Sea
1×24- The Erlenmeyer Flask
2×02- The Host
3×04- Clyde Bruckman’s Final Repose
4×14- Memento Mori
5×05- Post-Modern Prometheus
5×12- Bad Blood
We will be examining each of these in detail in order to prepare ourselves for the new adventures of Mulder and Scully!
This week we are reviewing Episode 101, “Pilot”. It was written by show creator Chris Carter, and directed by Robert Mandel. The original air date was September 10, 1993, and it was viewed by 12.0 million people.
We start with a bit of news via The Independent on what we know so far about the X-Files reboot. Then we provide a synopsis of the episode, wherein FBI Agent Dana Scully is assigned to work with Agent Fox Mulder on the so-called “X-Files”. During the episode many of the shows’ classic parameters are set including UFOs, potential alien abductions, a shadowy government conspiracy, and a mysteriously silent man who appears in many scenes smoking a cigarette.
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