Author Archives: Michele

Eve

What I remembered about this episode is that the twins were evil (aren’t they always?) and so was Harriet Harris’ character(s).  I had forgotten the whole clone project storyline that could serve as a nice prequel for Orphan Black. Decades … Continue reading

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Fallen Angel

Another fun weekend for Mulder. He spends his off-time the same way he spends work time: chasing aliens. Receiving a tip from Deep Throat, he is in Townsend, Wisconsin, hunting a crashed UFO when he crosses into restricted government territory and … Continue reading

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Space

Space ties with Hell Money as the least liked X-File of all time. Chinga comes in a close third. While I can defend Hell Money, Space?  Not so much. Who thought that placing 60% of an episode in a control … Continue reading

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Ice

I remember Duchovny saying that this is the episode that “rocked” for him.  I did not start watching the show from the pilot.  I had to catch up later and did not watch the early shows in order.  Therefore, I … Continue reading

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Ghost in the Machine

Despite the memorable blooper gags from the elevator scene, I remembered this as a rather plodding episode, with kitsch, but little content, but I was wrong.  It’s not mesmerizing, but it’s not a Space dud either.  I’d heard of Apple … Continue reading

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Shadows

I remembered nothing about this episode, except to vaguely confuse its title with Shapes.  With Shapes, I seem to remember that Scully was trapped in a dark house and Mulder was pretty anxious to get her out.  That’s it.  I … Continue reading

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The Jersey Devil

   I always had fond memories of this episode, but I see now that I only recalled snapshots of it, rather than fully appreciating it’s exploration of all the themes that propelled this character-fueled show so intensely for 9 years, … Continue reading

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