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The Truth on Trial

The Truth on Trial

In May 2002 the truth was put on trial. Agent Mulder was accused of murdering a man that couldn’t be killed except by a rare metal. The FBI made a mockery of the trial. They wanted to discredit a man that for nine years did nothing but search for answers. He and his partner Agent Scully specialized in cases other’s try to ignore. Stories buried in the basement and filed under X. Read More…

WSB 11-The Best and Worst Episodes of The X-Files

WSB 11-The Best and Worst Episodes of The X-Files

We finished all of the Chris Carter “10 Essential Episodes” last time, so now we are revealing our 5 (sorta) best and least fave episodes from the 9 seasons of The X-Files! This should give you plenty of homework before Season 10 begins January 24th!

We have just a tad bit of news for you before our lists. First up is Wired with a really cool interactive map that transports you to every X-Files location, followed by Entertainment Weekly revealing that David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson have ‘talked about’ more X-Files episodes.

Then it’s time for our lists! Read More…

WSB 10-The X-Files S6E18 “Milagro”

WSB 10-The X-Files S6E18 “Milagro”

What madness drives a writer? What passion? Who can hold the beating heart in hand? It’s all here in the finale of Chris Carter’s 10 Essential episodes, Season 6 Episode 18 “Milagro”! The teleplay was by Chris Carter, and the story was from John Shiban and Frank Spotnitz. The original air date was April 18, 1999, and the episode had 15.2 million viewers. Read More…

WSB 09-The X-Files S5E12 “Bad Blood”

WSB 09-The X-Files S5E12 “Bad Blood”

The monsters just keep on coming in another stupendous episode of the X-Files! It’s Season 5 Episode 12 “Bad Blood” so make sure to cover up your necks and avoid the pizza boy! It was written by Vince Gilligan and directed by Cliff Bole. The original air date was February 22, 1998 and it had 19.2 million viewers. Read More…

WSB 08- X-Files S5E05 “The Post-Modern Prometheus”

WSB 08- X-Files S5E05 “The Post-Modern Prometheus”

You want your classic monster on the X-Files? You get it this time in the incredible Season 5 Episode “Post-Modern Prometheus”! It was written and directed by series creator Chris Carter. The original air date was November 30, 1997 and it had 18.7 million viewers. The episode was nominated for seven Emmy awards and won the award for Outstanding Art Direction. Read More…

WSB 07- X-Files S4E14 “Memento Mori”

WSB 07- X-Files S4E14 “Memento Mori”

Ponder mortality and the incredible bond between Scully and Mulder with us and the episode “Memento Mori”. It was written by an ensemble of the show’s best: Chris Carter, Vince Gilligan, John Shiban, and Frank Spotnitz. The show was directed by Rob Bowman, the original air date was February 9, 1997 and it had 19.1 million viewers. Star Gillian Anderson won the Emmy for Best Actress for her work here. Read More…

WSB 06- X-Files S3E04 “Clyde Bruckman’s Final Repose”

WSB 06- X-Files S3E04 “Clyde Bruckman’s Final Repose”

Lie down and rest with us in this week’s chilling and touching episode, “Clyde Bruckman’s Final Repose”. It was written by Darin Morgan and directed by David Nutter. The original air date was October 13, 1995 and it had 15.38 million viewers. The episode guest-starred Peter Boyle as Clyde Bruckman, and he deservedly won an Emmy for best supporting actor for it. Read More…

WSB 05- X-Files S2E02 “The Host”

WSB 05- X-Files S2E02 “The Host”

Flukie is here! Yes, everyone’s favorite monster of the week is on our minds and hopefully not in our plumbing in this wonderfully creepy episode from Season 2 entitled “The Host.” This was written by Chris Carter and directed by Daniel Sackheim, and the original air date was September 23, 1994. The show had 15.9 million viewers that week. Read More…

WSB 04- X-Files S1E24 “The Erlenmeyer Flask”

WSB 04- X-Files S1E24 “The Erlenmeyer Flask”

Just when you think the X-Files can’t get any better you watch the Season 1 finale “The Erlenmeyer Flask” and discover it can! This tour-de-force has a great twist at the end and really does a great job setting up the second season. It was written by Chris Carter and directed by R. W. Goodwin. The original air date was May 13, 1994 and garnered 14 million viewers. Read More…

WSB 03- X-Files S1E13 “Beyond the Sea”

WSB 03- X-Files S1E13 “Beyond the Sea”

Episode 1×13 “Beyond the Sea” remains a highlight of the entire series. The astounding performance of guest star Brad Dourif and Gillian Anderson’s ability to go toe-to-toe with him raise the bar on our expectations going forward. It was written by Glen Morgan & James Wong and directed by David Nutter. It aired on originally on January 7, 1994 and had 10.8 million viewers. Read More…

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