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Besides Clyde Bruckman, the episode also demonstrates [Darin] Morgan’s care in delineating Mulder and Scully. “Everyone looks at Mulder as having all the answers, he said, “Most of the other episodes present him as usually right. I’ve always found that the things he talks about, if a normal person talked about them, you’d go, ‘This guy’s crazy.’ He’s supposed to be a smart guy, but I’ve never looked at him as such. He’s just more lucky in some of his explanations. And Scully, although skeptical, has the right approach when she says, ‘I don’t believe this.’ Before I wrote for the show, Mulder always seemed like the more interesting character, but once I started writing for it, I found that I liked Scully more.”
Cinefantastique, October 1996

Besides Clyde Bruckman, the episode also demonstrates [Darin] Morgan’s care in delineating Mulder and Scully. “Everyone looks at Mulder as having all the answers, he said, “Most of the other episodes present him as usually right. I’ve always found that the things he talks about, if a normal person talked about them, you’d go, ‘This guy’s crazy.’ He’s supposed to be a smart guy, but I’ve never looked at him as such. He’s just more lucky in some of his explanations. And Scully, although skeptical, has the right approach when she says, ‘I don’t believe this.’ Before I wrote for the show, Mulder always seemed like the more interesting character, but once I started writing for it, I found that I liked Scully more.”

Cinefantastique, October 1996

Watching my alma mater play at Gillette Stadium…. Aka thinking about when Mulder wanted to take Scully to a Redskins game and stealthily reading fanfiction on my phone.

Watching my alma mater play at Gillette Stadium…. Aka thinking about when Mulder wanted to take Scully to a Redskins game and stealthily reading fanfiction on my phone.

xfiles-behind-the-scenes asked
Carla in honor of your birthday, here's a little story: One day Gillian woke up and was like "OH HEY it's my birthday today" and then she gets a phone call and it's David and he's like "hey there Scullz happy birthday!" and she laughs is like "oh thank you bb, you didn't have to call" and he's like "of course I did we are crazy about each other, remember?" and she smiles and then she's like "I can't wait to start working on the new x-files miniseries with you" and he's like "me too bb". THE END

lebeeson:

L O L IM SO PROUD MY CHEST FEELS SO FULL

then there was a pause bc gillian anderson started giggling and then her unpredictable costar was like THERE PROBABLY GONNA BE AN ADULT SCENE AMIRITE LOLZ. and she smiled and was like, yes. i think so, daviD. and he was like HEY REMEMBER WHEN WE JUST MADE OUT RANDOMLY WHEN WE DID FTF THAT WAS FUN AMIRITE. and she was like, lol, yes it was! and he was like NOW WE GET TO DO IT AGAIN BUT IT WILL MAKE IT INTO THE ACTUAL FOOTAGE NOW. MAYBE THEY WILL HAVE US MAKE OUT IN ALL THE EPISODES OF THE MINISERIES BB. and she was like i hope so, daviD. And he was like WE SHOULD ALSO PRACTICE THE MAKING OUT IN MY TRAILER U KNOW SO WE CAN DO IT REALLY WELL WHEN WE HAVE TO SHOOT IT OK BYE LOVE U

the end

This forever and ever.


Q: Which celebrity has made you laugh the most during an AMA?
Victoria from Reddit: “…Or David Duchovny because him and Gillian together are HILARIOUS. Their WITTY BANTER IS REAL.” (x)

Q: Which celebrity has made you laugh the most during an AMA?

Victoria from Reddit: “…Or David Duchovny because him and Gillian together are HILARIOUS. Their WITTY BANTER IS REAL.” (x)


Mulder and Scully aren’t just beautiful, smart, well-armed and seemingly impervious to the banalities of everyday life, such as cheap haircuts and ruinous love affairs – they’re cool. L.A. Weekly, June 1998

Mulder and Scully aren’t just beautiful, smart, well-armed and seemingly impervious to the banalities of everyday life, such as cheap haircuts and ruinous love affairs – they’re cool.

L.A. Weekly, June 1998