History Trivia / TheXFiles

8th Feb '18 1:09:27 AM AmuckCricetine
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* HostilityOnTheSet: According to Bill Davis, things were never happy around the lot due to David and Gillian's open warfare. (Duchovny took to the press to make fun of his hotheaded co-star, going so far to "protest" that her character won more fights than he did!). Money was an issue here as well; Gillian complained that the disparity between her and Duchovny's incomes was sexist and unfair, especially given the fact that she'd become such a major draw for the series.

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* HostilityOnTheSet: According to Bill Davis, things were never happy around the ''Series/TheXFiles'' lot due to David Creator/DavidDuchovny and Gillian's Creator/GillianAnderson's open warfare. (Duchovny took to the press to make fun of his hotheaded co-star, going so far to "protest" that her character won more fights than he did!). Money was an issue here as well; Gillian complained that the disparity between her and Duchovny's incomes was sexist and unfair, especially given the fact that she'd become such a major draw for the series. Years after the show ended, with the actors [[FireForgedFriends having become friends and all]], [[http://uproxx.com/hitfix/a-complete-history-of-gillian-anderson-and-david-duchovnys-x-files-feud/ they said part of the animosity was exhaustion from enduring long shoots together]], summing up that production "made monsters out of us".
13th Jan '18 5:22:27 PM VoxAquila
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** Creator/ThomasLigotti co-wrote an episode called "Crampton" featuring many of his hallmarks - mannequins, a TownWithADarkSecret, the existential void as the MonsterOfTheWeek - never produced, though he did rework it into a stand alone piece.
12th Jan '18 4:34:48 AM bwburke94
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* PostSciptSeason: The show faced retool after retool as they tried to wring a few more seasons out after the feature film. The seventh season is particularly guilty of premature closure. It "explained" the conspiracy arc, killed off nearly all the Syndicate antagonists, and perhaps most significantly, resolved the long-running mystery of Mulder's missing sister.

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* PostSciptSeason: PostScriptSeason: The show faced retool after retool as they tried to wring a few more seasons out after the feature film.first movie. The seventh season is particularly guilty of premature closure. It "explained" the conspiracy arc, killed off nearly all the Syndicate antagonists, and perhaps most significantly, resolved the long-running mystery of Mulder's missing sister.
23rd Dec '17 7:10:52 PM Pinokio
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* TheWikiRule: The [[http://x-files.wikia.com/wiki/Main_Page X-Files Wiki]].
4th Oct '17 3:13:56 PM KneadToKnow
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30th Sep '17 7:58:02 AM ClintEastwood
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* PostSciptSeason: The show faced retool after retool as they tried to wring a few more seasons out after the feature film. The seventh season is particularly guilty of premature closure. It "explained" the conspiracy arc, killed off nearly all the Syndicate antagonists, and perhaps most significantly, resolved the long-running mystery of Mulder's missing sister.
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** "Salvage" has Robert Patrick referencing his breakthrough role: "What’re you saying? Ray Pearce has become some kind of [[Film/Terminator2JudgmentDay metal man]]? 'Cause that only happens in the movies, Agent Scully."
** The T-1000, Miles Dyson and time travel all in the same episode? You must be watching the season 8 episode "Redrum".
* ActorSharedBackground: Like his character, the Cigarette-Smoking Man, William B. Davis is a former champion water-skier. Go figure.
** In "Paper Hearts," Mulder and Scully meet a serial killer on the basketball court of the prison where he is incarcerated. The killer promises to give Mulder the information he wants if he sinks a shot from the three-point line. Mulder does it without so much as blinking. David Duchovny probably didn't need a double for that: he played JV basketball at Princeton.
* BannedInChina: The episode "Home" is outright banned by BBC Two, as it has too much graphic nature.

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** "Salvage" "[[Recap/TheXFilesS08E09Salvage Salvage]]" has Robert Patrick Creator/RobertPatrick referencing his breakthrough role: "What’re you saying? Ray Pearce has become some kind of [[Film/Terminator2JudgmentDay metal man]]? 'Cause that only happens in the movies, Agent Scully."
** The T-1000, Miles Dyson and time travel all in the same episode? You must be watching the season 8 episode "Redrum"."[[Recap/TheXFilesS08E06Redrum Redrum]]".
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Like his character, the Cigarette-Smoking Man, William B. Davis is a former champion water-skier. Go figure.
** In "Paper Hearts," "[[Recap/TheXFilesS04E10PaperHearts Paper Hearts]]", Mulder and Scully meet a serial killer on the basketball court of the prison where he is incarcerated. The killer promises to give Mulder the information he wants if he sinks a shot from the three-point line. Mulder does it without so much as blinking. David Duchovny Creator/DavidDuchovny probably didn't need a double for that: he played JV basketball at Princeton.
* BannedInChina: The episode "Home" "[[Recap/TheXFilesS04E02Home Home]]" is outright banned by BBC Two, as it has too much graphic nature.



** "Humbug" features real life sideshow performers Jim Rose and The Enigma as Dr. Blockhead and The Conundrum.
** The episode "The Amazing Maleeni" features two stage magicians, both played by actual stage magicians.

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** "Humbug" "[[Recap/TheXFilesS02E20Humbug Humbug]]" features real life sideshow performers Jim Rose and The Enigma as Dr. Blockhead and The Conundrum.
** The episode "The "[[Recap/TheXFilesS07E08TheAmazingMaleeni The Amazing Maleeni" Maleeni]]" features two stage magicians, both played by actual stage magicians.



* EnforcedMethodActing: For the episode "X-Cops," the cameramen (including some from ''Series/{{COPS}}'') were not present during rehearsals so their camera work would look more spontaneous.

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* EnforcedMethodActing: For the episode "X-Cops," "[[Recap/TheXFilesS07E12XCops X-Cops]]", the cameramen (including some from ''Series/{{COPS}}'') were not present during rehearsals so their camera work would look more spontaneous.



* FakeAmerican: The Cigarette-Smoking Man is a native of Ontario, eh.
** Gillian Anderson was born in America to American citizens, but she moved to England when she was two and didn't move back until she was eleven, and by then her speech patterns had been set. She had to work to lose it when she went into acting, and if you pay attention to the early episodes of ''The X-Files'' it slips through at times. Now that she's moved back to England, she's got the accent back in full-force. Her American accent she acquired in her teenage years comes back whenever she's interviewed by an American reporter. This is justified as Anderson has English, German and Irish ancestry.

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The Cigarette-Smoking Man is a native of Ontario, eh.
** Gillian Anderson Creator/GillianAnderson was born in America to American citizens, but she moved to England when she was two and didn't move back until she was eleven, and by then her speech patterns had been set. She had to work to lose it when she went into acting, and if you pay attention to the early episodes of ''The X-Files'' it slips through at times. Now that she's moved back to England, she's got the accent back in full-force. Her American accent she acquired in her teenage years comes back whenever she's interviewed by an American reporter. This is justified as Anderson has English, German and Irish ancestry.



* HostilityOnTheSet: According to Bill Davis, things were never happy around the X-Files lot due to David and Gillian's open warfare. (Duchovny took to the press to make fun of his hotheaded co-star, going so far to "protest" that her character won more fights than he did!). Money was an issue here as well; Gillian complained that the disparity between her and Duchovny's incomes was sexist and unfair, especially given the fact that she'd become such a major draw for the series.
* IronyAsSheIsCast: Retroactively, that is. William B. Davis spent years fending off true believers who loved his character and couldn't believe that he is a real-life apostate. Davis eventually got in touch with the skeptic community to develop better argument strategies, and is now a lecturer on the skeptic circuit.

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* HostilityOnTheSet: According to Bill Davis, things were never happy around the X-Files lot due to David and Gillian's open warfare. (Duchovny took to the press to make fun of his hotheaded co-star, going so far to "protest" that her character won more fights than he did!). Money was an issue here as well; Gillian complained that the disparity between her and Duchovny's incomes was sexist and unfair, especially given the fact that she'd become such a major draw for the series.
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Retroactively, that is. William B. Davis spent years fending off true believers who loved his character and couldn't believe that he is a real-life apostate. Davis eventually got in touch with the skeptic community to develop better argument strategies, and is now a lecturer on the skeptic circuit.



* OldShame: Chris Carter, the episode's writer, hates "Space" just as much as anybody who's ever had to sit through it. It's routinely ranked as one of the worst episodes of the series, even when taking the last few seasons into account.

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Chris Carter, the episode's writer, hates "Space" just as much as anybody who's ever had to sit through it. It's routinely ranked as one of the worst episodes of the series, even when taking the last few seasons into account.



** In the season 5 finale "The End", the extras who filled the stadium in [[ColdOpen the teaser]] are all recruited from the X-Philes. That's right, X Files fans were filling up stadiums.

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** In the season 5 finale "The End", "[[Recap/TheXFilesS05E20TheEnd The End]]", the extras who filled the stadium in [[ColdOpen the teaser]] are all recruited from the X-Philes. That's right, X Files fans were filling up stadiums.



** In "Hollywood A.D." a film producer decides to make a movie based on Mulder and Scully's adventures, casting Garry Shandling and Creator/TeaLeoni (as themselves) for the roles, respectively. Scully mentions to Mulder that Leoni may have a crush on him, which he considers ridiculous. Any guesses to whom David Duchovny was married to at the time in real life?
** Scully similarly mentions that Shandling seeemed interesting, as well, which is amusing considering how Duchovny [[AdamWesting played a version of himself]] on ''Series/TheLarrySandersShow'' that had a crush on Garry Shandling's character.

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** In "Hollywood "[[Recap/TheXFilesS07E19HollywoodAD Hollywood A.D." ]]" a film producer decides to make a movie based on Mulder and Scully's adventures, casting Garry Shandling and Creator/TeaLeoni (as themselves) for the roles, respectively. Scully mentions to Mulder that Leoni may have a crush on him, which he considers ridiculous. Any guesses to whom David Duchovny was married to at the time in real life?
** Scully similarly mentions that Shandling seeemed seemed interesting, as well, which is amusing considering how Duchovny [[AdamWesting played a version of himself]] on ''Series/TheLarrySandersShow'' that had a crush on Garry Shandling's character.



** They reworked season one episode "Ice" (about a parasitic alien that caused its victims to turn psychopathic and eventually die) into the season two episode "Firewalker" (you can probably guess the main difference). Both were based, in turn, on the classic John W. Campbell short story "Who Goes There".

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** They reworked season one episode "Ice" "[[Recap/TheXFilesS01E08Ice Ice]]" (about a parasitic alien that caused its victims to turn psychopathic and eventually die) into the season two episode "Firewalker" "[[Recap/TheXFilesS02E09Firewalker Firewalker]]" (you can probably guess the main difference). Both were based, in turn, on the classic John W. Campbell short story "Who Goes There".



** "One Breath" and "Audrey Pauley," aired seven seasons apart, are almost exactly the same episode, just with a different partnership in the spotlight. Both involve the female half of the team (Scully and Reyes, respectively) falling into a coma after a traumatic event, and eventually being declared braindead. While in a coma, they have their own sub-plot on a different plane of existence. Meanwhile, the male half of the team (Mulder and Dogget, respectively), run around trying to figure out the paranormal aspect of the episode, as well as try to find a way to bring the female half of the team out of the coma and threatening bodily harm to those who attempt to shut off life support. There are a few minor differences: "One Breath" was part of the show's MythArc while "Audrey Pauley" was season 9 filler, "Audrey Pauley" had a more clear-cut paranormal aspect to it, and the causes of the coma are quite different. However, the scripts are so similar that in some scenes, Doggett repeats Mulder word-for-word.
** Of course, this also brings about a few {{Funny Aneurysm Moment}}s. While "One Breath" was meant to show the deepening bond of Mulder and Scully's ''friendship'', "Audrey Pauley" was used ''explicitly'' to showcase Doggett and Reye's romantic relationship. Using almost the exact same script. It also make's Scully's unsympathetic nature towards Doggett rather ironic -- she is the one making the arrangements to take Reyes off life support and donate her organs, and thinks Doggett is crazy for trying to save her. It's Justified in that she was in a coma for almost all of "One Breath" and didn't see Mulder do the exact same thing, but it's still makes her seem like that much more callous.

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** "One Breath" "[[Recap/TheXFilesS02E08OneBreath One Breath]]" and "Audrey Pauley," "[[Recap/TheXFilesS09E11AudreyPauley Audrey Pauley]]," aired seven seasons apart, are almost exactly the same episode, just with a different partnership in the spotlight. Both involve the female half of the team (Scully and Reyes, respectively) falling into a coma after a traumatic event, and eventually being declared braindead. While in a coma, they have their own sub-plot on a different plane of existence. Meanwhile, the male half of the team (Mulder and Dogget, respectively), run around trying to figure out the paranormal aspect of the episode, as well as try to find a way to bring the female half of the team out of the coma and threatening bodily harm to those who attempt to shut off life support. There are a few minor differences: "One Breath" was part of the show's MythArc while "Audrey Pauley" was season 9 filler, "Audrey Pauley" had a more clear-cut paranormal aspect to it, and the causes of the coma are quite different. However, the scripts are so similar that in some scenes, Doggett repeats Mulder word-for-word.
** *** Of course, this also brings about a few {{Funny Aneurysm Moment}}s. While "One Breath" was meant to show the deepening bond of Mulder and Scully's ''friendship'', "Audrey Pauley" was used ''explicitly'' to showcase Doggett and Reye's romantic relationship. Using almost the exact same script. It also make's Scully's unsympathetic nature towards Doggett rather ironic -- she is the one making the arrangements to take Reyes off life support and donate her organs, and thinks Doggett is crazy for trying to save her. It's Justified in that she was in a coma for almost all of "One Breath" and didn't see Mulder do the exact same thing, but it's still makes her seem like that much more callous.



* RoleEndingMisdemeanor: Season Seven. Ship taking on water. The long, difficult hours were taking their toll and David Duchovny was suing Fox for residuals from ''X-Files'' reruns. His lawyer included Chris Carter in the suit, claiming the producer skimmed millions; This turned out to be a typical scumbag lawyer move (Duchovny and Carter patched things up and remain good friends--neighbors, even!--and Carter even hired Duchovny's lawyers in his own protracted war with Fox), but didn't make for a pleasant atmosphere on-set or, God help us, online.

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* RoleEndingMisdemeanor: Season Seven. Ship taking on water. The long, difficult hours were taking their toll and David Duchovny Creator/DavidDuchovny was suing Fox for residuals from ''X-Files'' reruns. His lawyer included Chris Carter Creator/ChrisCarter in the suit, claiming the producer skimmed millions; This turned out to be a typical scumbag lawyer move (Duchovny and Carter patched things up and remain good friends--neighbors, even!--and Carter even hired Duchovny's lawyers in his own protracted war with Fox), but didn't make for a pleasant atmosphere on-set or, God help us, online.



* UnderAgeCasting: Gillian Anderson was cast as Dana Scully at twenty-four. The character had not only graduated from medical school, but worked for the FBI for a year afterwards. She would have to have been at least twenty-seven. When you realize how long it takes to specialize in autopsies, Scully being 28 in the Pilot episode is quite an ImprobableAge. Not to mention that she had to train to become an FBI agent and is said to have been a teacher at the FBI academy. She must have been a teen genius or something. [[note]] This actually coincides with a case of ImprobableAge for Scully as well, which makes this trope even more noticeable. Becoming a forensic pathologist in the US requires a person to graduate from college with an undergraduate degree (4 years), graduate from medical school (another 4 years) and complete a residency (4-5 years), plus a fellowship (1-2 years). The average length of education required is about 13-15 years, plus the two years she'd been working at the FBI. Scully should be in her mid-30's or older at the start of the series, yet she was born in 1964, putting her at 28 when she is assigned to work with Mulder, as the pilot is set in 1992. [[/note]]

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* UnderAgeCasting: Gillian Anderson Creator/GillianAnderson was cast as Dana Scully at twenty-four. The character had not only graduated from medical school, but worked for the FBI for a year afterwards. She would have to have been at least twenty-seven. When you realize how long it takes to specialize in autopsies, Scully being 28 in the Pilot episode is quite an ImprobableAge. Not to mention that she had to train to become an FBI agent and is said to have been a teacher at the FBI academy. She must have been a teen genius or something. [[note]] This actually coincides with a case of ImprobableAge for Scully as well, which makes this trope even more noticeable. Becoming a forensic pathologist in the US requires a person to graduate from college with an undergraduate degree (4 years), graduate from medical school (another 4 years) and complete a residency (4-5 years), plus a fellowship (1-2 years). The average length of education required is about 13-15 years, plus the two years she'd been working at the FBI. Scully should be in her mid-30's or older at the start of the series, yet she was born in 1964, putting her at 28 when she is assigned to work with Mulder, as the pilot is set in 1992. [[/note]]



** Chris Carter lobbied Darren [=McGavin=] to guest star as [[Series/KolchakTheNightStalker Carl Kolchak himself.]] He declined to do so and appeared as an original character instead.
** Music/{{Cher}} agreed to play herself in "The Post-Modern Prometheus" but was unable to due to scheduling conflicts.
** Network executives originally wanted someone "taller, leggier, blonder and breastier" to play Scully. They also wanted the role re-cast when Gillian Anderson became pregnant in season two. In both cases, Chris Carter fought against it.

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** Chris Carter Creator/ChrisCarter lobbied Darren [=McGavin=] to guest star as [[Series/KolchakTheNightStalker Carl Kolchak himself.]] He declined to do so and appeared as an original character instead.
** Music/{{Cher}} agreed to play herself in "The "[[Recap/TheXFilesS05E05ThePostModernPrometheus The Post-Modern Prometheus" Prometheus]]" but was unable to due to scheduling conflicts.
** Network executives originally wanted someone "taller, leggier, blonder and breastier" to play Scully. They also wanted the role re-cast when Gillian Anderson Creator/GillianAnderson became pregnant in season two. In both cases, Chris Carter fought against it.



* In "The Pine Bluff Variant", Pennsylvania is misspelled Pennslyvania. Twice.


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* In "The "[[Recap/TheXFilesS05E18ThePineBluffVariant The Pine Bluff Variant", Variant]]", Pennsylvania is misspelled Pennslyvania. Twice.

29th Sep '17 3:23:01 AM ClintEastwood
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* TroubledProduction: * A few particular episodes of ''Series/TheXFiles'' became associated with production problems, leading to mixed results:
** Several of the show's first season episodes succumbed to cost overruns, despite being conceived as [[BottleEpisode Bottle Episodes]]. [[Recap/TheXFilesS01E09Space "Space"]] became the most expensive episode of the season thanks to the construction of a NASA Mission Control set. Production was also delayed so that the crew could take turns with a flight simulator. "Space" is reportedly Chris Carter's least favorite episode.
** [[Recap/TheXFilesS01E14GenderBender "Gender Bender"]] went through several rewrites over the sexual content of the script; this resulted in an abrupt and much-criticized TwistEnding. Other issues involved a failed attempt to illuminate scenes with lantern light, and a physically encumbering catacomb set which necessitated an extra day of filming.
** [[Recap/TheXFilesS01E20DarknessFalls "Darkness Falls"]] was plagued by poor weather and explosive CabinFever between director Joe Napolitano and first assistant director Vladimir Stefoff, resulting in Napolitano's departure from the series. The weather problems meant that pick-up shots and inserts had to be filmed at a later date, which meant more time-wasting commutes to the inaccessible shooting locations in Lynn Valley, British Columbia.
** The third season episode [[Recap/TheXFilesS03E18TesoDosBichos "Teso Dos Bichos"]] called for Mulder and Scully to be attacked by a horde of feral house cats in the climax, but that was nixed because Gillian Anderson was allergic to cats. The cats were also lazy, leading the crew to improvise with unconvincing shots of a single, fake-looking monster cat. Director Kim Manners took issue with the fact that the cats became the culprits of the episode when the teaser segment alluded to a leopard spirit, and begged Chris Carter to shift the focus back to that plot point. Add in the constant re-writes and it's no wonder Manners nicknamed the episode "Teso Dos Bitches".
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* HostilityOnTheSet: According to Bill Davis, things were never happy around the X-Files lot due to David and Gillian's open warfare. (Duchovny took to the press to make fun of his hotheaded co-star, going so far to "protest" that her character won more fights than he did!). Money was an issue here as well; Gillian complained that the disparity between her and Duchovny's incomes was sexist and unfair, especially given the fact that she'd become such a major draw for the series.



* TroubledProduction: According to Bill Davis, things were never happy around the X-Files lot due to David and Gillian's open warfare. (Duchovny took to the press to make fun of his hotheaded co-star, going so far to "protest" that her character won more fights than he did!). Money was an issue here as well; Gillian complained that the disparity between her and Duchovny's incomes was sexist and unfair, especially given the fact that she'd become such a major draw for the series.



* UnintentionalPeriodPiece: Especially in the early seasons, mostly due to a bad case of TechnologyMarchesOn. The series frequently showcased new technology; cell phones, computers, e-mail, the internet, and various other items are seen in every episode of the original nine-season run. Unfortunately, season 1 was in 1993. They were very good about updating their technology -- season 8 episodes (2001) see flat-screen Apple computers -- but just the sheer size and appearance of the technology in the early and mid seasons is enough to date it horribly. ''[[Website/TheOnion The AV Club]]''[='=]s [[http://www.avclub.com/tvclub/the-x-filesmillennium-ghost-in-the-machine-ice-spa-13061 review]] of the season 1 episode [[Recap/TheXFilesS01E07GhostInTheMachine "Ghost in the Machine"]] notes how the show often portrayed new technologies as a source of mystery, awe, and potential horror, which can cause unintentional laughter in people who've grown up with those technologies and are all too aware of their limitations.\\
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On top of that, there's also the values of the show. It was made in a post-UsefulNotes/ColdWar environment where the big buzzword was the "new world order", [[UsefulNotes/GeorgeHWBush Bush Senior]]'s term to describe [[AmericaTakesOverTheWorld the new, American-dominated state of global affairs]] where market capitalism and liberal internationalism reigned supreme -- and coincidentally, also a term used by {{conspiracy theorist}}s to describe the EvilPlan of the conspiracy. The [[RightWingMilitiaFanatic militia movement]] and their pet conspiracy theories were at their peak during this era, especially after President UsefulNotes/BillClinton was [[CaughtWithYourPantsDown caught with his pants down]]. It's been argued that the real death blows for the show (beyond SeasonalRot) were the attacks at the World Trade Center in New York, New York and the Pentagon in Arlington, Virginia in 2001 and UsefulNotes/TheWarOnTerror removing that environment from the mainstream, consigning it to the radical fringes of society and making it somewhat disrespectful to openly support for the next decade or so -- and it's not a coincidence that the show's 2016 {{revival}} came just as conspiracy culture has returned to prominence.



** Johnny Cash was almost a Man In Black in "Jose Chung's 'From Outer Space'"! His role ended up going to Creator/AlexTrebek. They originally wanted Rip Taylor to play Chung himself, but he was unavailable, so [[Series/MatchGame Charles Nelson Reilly]] took the part.

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** Johnny Cash Music/JohnnyCash was almost a Man In Black in "Jose Chung's 'From Outer Space'"! His role ended up going to Creator/AlexTrebek. They originally wanted Rip Taylor to play Chung himself, but he was unavailable, so [[Series/MatchGame Charles Nelson Reilly]] took the part.



** Cher agreed to play herself in "The Post-Modern Prometheus" but was unable to due to scheduling conflicts.

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** Cher Music/{{Cher}} agreed to play herself in "The Post-Modern Prometheus" but was unable to due to scheduling conflicts.



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* UnfinishedEpisode: On TheOtherWiki is an extensive list of unmade Episodes:[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_unmade_episodes_of_The_X-Files]]

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