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9th Jun '16 10:30:55 AM drbreakfast
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** In "Anasazi", there are some very unsuccessful [[http://i.imgur.com/e7BgpFQ.jpg composite shots]] that attempt to place the actors in the New Mexico desert rather than a quarry in Vancouver.
** The [[http://vignette1.wikia.nocookie.net/x-files/images/4/4f/Space.jpg/revision/latest?cb=20080705015245 possession effect]] in "Space" is one of many well-known issues with the episode.
14th Apr '16 10:08:55 PM Lullabee
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** The nude exam scene between Scully and the other woman in "Ice" is rather tender.
23rd Mar '16 1:31:48 AM Rocketboy1313
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* SeasonalRot: You'll rarely find someone who thinks the show's entire run was worth watching. Most place the rot creeping in around season 7 and in full force for the last two seasons; some argue a downhill trajectory was noticeable earlier, at the beginning of season 6; a few claim it started as early as season 3. (Oddly enough, however, most "worst episode" lists tend to draw heavily from the first two seasons.) [[http://img607.imageshack.us/img607/2373/xfilesmeme017.jpg Here's a fan's take on it.]]

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* SeasonalRot: You'll rarely find someone who thinks the show's entire run was worth watching. Most place the rot creeping in around season 7 and in full force for the last two seasons; some argue a downhill trajectory was noticeable earlier, at the beginning of season 6; a few claim it started as early as season 3. (Oddly enough, however, most "worst episode" lists tend to draw heavily from the first two seasons.) [[http://img607.imageshack.us/img607/2373/xfilesmeme017.jpg Here's a fan's take on it.]]
5th Mar '16 12:27:55 PM SorPepita
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** The Soul Eater. A EmpatheticHealer who gets abused as a disease trash can by the selfish townspeople, with the result that he's been left as a crippled wreck who can barely walk.

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** The Soul Eater. A EmpatheticHealer An Empathetic Healer who gets abused as a disease trash can by the selfish townspeople, with the result that he's been left as a crippled wreck who can barely walk.
5th Mar '16 12:18:12 PM SorPepita
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* GrowingTheBeard: After the first episode of the revival, "My Struggle" proved to be divisive, "Founder's Mutation" managed to regrow the beard for the show with it's classic monster of the week action and emotional looks at Mulder and Scully's regrets.

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* GrowingTheBeard: After the first episode of the revival, "My Struggle" proved to be divisive, "Founder's Mutation" managed to regrow the beard for the show with it's its classic monster of the week action and emotional looks at Mulder and Scully's regrets.
28th Feb '16 6:41:40 AM Sharlee
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*** An even harsher example from the following episode: Scully and a Quantico classmate discuss a mutual acquaintance's career progress in "Squeeze", and both dismiss him as a suck-up who's climbing the FBI ladder because he's a publicity hog, working high-profile media cases but not getting any ''real'' work done. How did this ex-classmate get himself noticed by the upper ranks? Investigating the 1993 [[FromBadToWorse World Trade Center bombing]].

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*** ** An even harsher example from the following episode: Scully and a Quantico classmate discuss a mutual acquaintance's career progress in "Squeeze", and both dismiss him as a suck-up who's climbing the FBI ladder because he's a publicity hog, working high-profile media cases but not getting any ''real'' work done. How did this ex-classmate get himself noticed by the upper ranks? Investigating the 1993 [[FromBadToWorse World Trade Center bombing]].
28th Feb '16 5:24:12 AM Sharlee
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*** An even harsher example from the following episode: Scully and a Quantico classmate discuss a mutual acquaintance's career progress in "Squeeze", and both dismiss him as a suck-up who's climbing the FBI ladder because he's a publicity hog, working high-profile media cases but not getting any ''real'' work done. How did this ex-classmate get himself noticed by the upper ranks? Investigating the 1993 [[ItGotWorse World Trade Center bombing]].

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*** An even harsher example from the following episode: Scully and a Quantico classmate discuss a mutual acquaintance's career progress in "Squeeze", and both dismiss him as a suck-up who's climbing the FBI ladder because he's a publicity hog, working high-profile media cases but not getting any ''real'' work done. How did this ex-classmate get himself noticed by the upper ranks? Investigating the 1993 [[ItGotWorse [[FromBadToWorse World Trade Center bombing]].
28th Feb '16 5:23:11 AM Sharlee
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*** An even harsher example from the following episode: Scully and a Quantico classmate discuss a mutual acquaintance's career progress in "Squeeze", and both dismiss him as a suck-up who's climbing the FBI ladder because he's a publicity hog, working high-profile media cases but not getting any ''real'' work done. How did this ex-classmate get himself noticed by the upper ranks? Investigating the 1993 [[ItGotWorse World Trade Center bombing]].
24th Feb '16 12:15:03 PM Michal
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* ShortLivedBigImpact: Darin Morgan only wrote four episodes for the show's original run. However, he impressed many viewers with his [[TheLoonie quirky style]], and all his episodes are considered classics, with "Clyde Bruckman's Final Repose" being seen by many as the best episode of the series.

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* ShortLivedBigImpact: Darin Morgan only wrote four episodes for the show's original run.run[[note]]and contributed to another two, ''Blood'' and ''Quagmire ''[[/note]]. However, he impressed many viewers with his [[TheLoonie quirky style]], and all his episodes are considered classics, with "Clyde Bruckman's Final Repose" being seen by many as the best episode of the series.
24th Feb '16 7:49:38 AM mlsmithca
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* ShortLivedBigImpact: Darin Morgan only wrote four episodes for the show's original run. However, he impressed many viewers with his [[TheLoonie quirky style]], and all his episodes are considered classics, with "Clyde Bruckman's Final Repose" being seen by many as the [[MagnumOpus best episode]] of the series.

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* ShortLivedBigImpact: Darin Morgan only wrote four episodes for the show's original run. However, he impressed many viewers with his [[TheLoonie quirky style]], and all his episodes are considered classics, with "Clyde Bruckman's Final Repose" being seen by many as the [[MagnumOpus best episode]] episode of the series.
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