The cracks are starting to show.
Starting with the next episode in the series, they will cover a season at a time.
We have discovered in our excavation thus far that the X-Files mythology episodes are clearly not meant to be watched back to back to back.
OK. I could probably see that, yeah.
That's what you said. I'm like repeating your words in the email you wrote me.
'Well that sounds reasonable, I have to think about it.' You're thinking about the exact thing you said!
OK, I'll be honest: I was clicking on my notes to get them ready. So I guess I'll just tell you some things behind the scenes. I mean, we're on an episode no one's listening to, let's be honest.
So if I say things like, 'Interesting,' that means I'm either not listening or I don't have a response.
Or if I say, 'Seems reasonable,' or something like that, it means I'm just trying to think of some sort of phrase to keep the conversation going while I'm not paying attention.
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Ben remembered Seasons 4 and 5 being the high point, but has been disappointed by the Season 4 rewatch. It's poorly written and the mythology doesn't hold together.
I wonder if X-Files is better left in your memories.
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