I guess this goes with # 19
28. It appeals to human nature.
Mulder will "choose what's right over what's easy."
Mulder and Scully push each other FORWARD. They are demanding. They keep each other from getting stuck.
And just giving in to dark and destructive impulses migh be tempting - but its not what Mulder and Scully did ( most of the time. lol. Poor selfdestructive Mulder <3. )
And thats what sets them apart and what make any movie with them in it interesting.<3
In Season 8 Mitch Pileggy is like one thing thats makes the Mulder story believable
for me. Whatever might happen in the episode. Whatever they bring to him. He must have done that in earlier season
too- but there I was not in conflict with the stories. He saved season 8 for me I think :).
From "Nobody down here but the FBI's most unwanted" through "The possibilities" "The truth we both know" and Maybe's there hope
and Don't give up, we all agree on the one thing "The Truth WE all know". It was our ability to connect with these amazing characters.
I read somewhere online that some where a reboot was being done. Yeah right, like we would actually watch that. It was the amazing chemistry between DD and GA that drew us like moths to a flame. They spoke to each one of us individually. We were/are allowed to personalize the relationships we had with the show, and even now 10 YEARS later, we still write fanfic, we still make videos, we beg Chris and Frank for just one more slice of that cake. In a world of make believe, it was believable. that yes our government is not trust worthy. No the government does not know what is best for us. That we collectivly are a driving force that could literally change the world. to me the X-Files was always like a giant puzzle that you just opened and worked on to find out it's missing a couple of pieces. So you draw in what you think should go there.