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It’s a beautiful, heartfelt episode of television, where the emotional punch feels real.However, this two-part episode’s supposed wrap-up to the disappearance of Mulder’s sister forgoes aliens and government conspiracies to say that she became Rainbow Brite or whatever.
And by the way…' Unh-unh, bro."Clarke and Mac Farlane reportedly started dating in 2012 and eventually split up in 2013 as a source told E!It’s an incredibly disappointing conclusion to a seven-year story that was once engrossing. “The Jersey Devil” (Season 1, Episode 5)Mulder and Scully come across the monster that inspired the Jersey Devil myth.You’re better off reading about the Jersey Devil myth on Wikipedia. “Excelsis Dei” (Season 2, Episode 11)The show tries tackling rape, only the culprit is a disembodied spirit.The rebooted X-Files premieres as a six-part mini-series starting January 24 on Fox. “Fight Club” (Season 7, Episode 20)Season 7 is the series’ most self-referential season.Every episode feels like one meta joke after the other, until it all collapses on itself in one of the worst hours of television you’ll ever experience.Also, you’ve got David Duchovny back for the series finale in four episodes — you don’t get to kill off the Lone Gunmen in an episode without Mulder. “Schizogeny” (Season 5, Episode 9)A girl’s abuse at the hands of her father leads her to the ability to control trees. It’s also boring, cheaply made, invokes the Challenger disaster, and is reportedly Chris Carter’s least-favorite episode. “Shapes” (Season 1, Episode 19)I’m not sure why it’s so hard for anyone to craft a good werewolf story.
Aside from Ginger Snaps and An American Werewolf in London, most attempts are as depressing as this episode. “Sein und Zeit” / “Closure” (Season 7, Episodes 10–11)Duchovny does some of his best work in “Sein und Zeit,” where Mulder’s mom commits suicide.
Upon rewatch, I actually find the episode pretty amusing and watchable for a random episode of The Lone Gunmen. It’s The X-Files, and to kill off three important characters like that on a show where none of the main characters ever die means it should be a big fucking deal.
And an episode about shark cartilage and a lame “let’s kill ourselves to save a conference room full of people” episode is beyond rude. “Space” (Season 1, Episode 9)This episode about an astronaut possibly possessed by an extraterrestrial spirit isn’t just bad.
magazine, Clarke wasn't afraid to get real about the annoyances of dating someone in the public eye."Well, a con is you have strangers giving you love-life advice like, 'I'm a big fan of the show, and I'm not sure what you're doing with that guy,' which I didn't react well to," she explained.
"That happened in New York when Seth and I were together.
Mulder and Scully go into a virtual-reality world, and it’s just as late-’90s/early-’00s as it sounds. Actually, that’d probably just be a regular episode of Freakylinks. “Jump the Shark” (Season 9, Episode 15)I’ve softened on this episode over the years.