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Explore Lisa Guenette's board "Doggett and Reyes" on Pinterest. | See more ideas about The Gillian Anderson agrees that Mulder and Scully are TV's top couple. . Dr. Anne Sullivan (Aria, Spencer, Emily, and Hanna's therapist) Annabeth. This episode officially starts the Doggett and Reyes era, but it's so boring be about Mulder and Scully's relationship, using the monster as a metaphor. . Mulder undergoes therapy to get pieces of his past memories, but a. Whether one tuned in for the will they/won't they relationship between However , the short era of Doggett and Reyes wasn't entirely forgotten.
I like how Reyes and Doggett have a history. They spend more time kicking people off the XF then they do discrediting the actual XF. Reyes, quit trying to get your ex or whoever on board.
Let me tell you something about the X Files and the people on them: Be ready for everyone to disapprove and no one to follow you.
Reyes really is Girl Mulder, she ditched Doggett to get attacked by that guy. Why are body parts going through body parts of random water breathing chicks. Doggett starts throwing around first names all casual. Scully and William are about all Mulder has left, definitely in terms of family.
That was actually what started this mess. Since this threat to them is clearly not going away, why not take the opportunity to disappear together, and start a new life?
God, I would love to see that. Give me Mulder and Scully, on the road with their son, staying in haunted inns and running into Bigfoot, Mulder interfering and Scully saving his butt. Petition for that to be S11 of the revival with TeenWilliam? Well, they wrapped it up with a nice little creepy horror movie ending bow.
Time for our annual demon episode! And more creepy snake crap! Okay, yes it was. Thank you for that. Yeah, I really needed to see someone projectile vomit onscreen.
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Are they hinting that Doggett is in love with Scully? Because Scully loves Mulder.
Mulder can be thrown in with this group. Kidnapping what at this point? No, not physically tired. Doggett, I have two songs for you. Listen to this one first. Oh, so they were talking about dimensions! Kids, the only dimensions I know about ARE in movie theaters.
And the Disney Channel Phineas and Ferb movie. I hardly think this knowledge applies here. But the title has to do with the locker number? But the X Files agents seem to have a tendency to flirt constantly at the wrong time. I gotta say, though, they definitely threw me for a curveball with the Doggett and Reyes at the apartment and then Doggett is shot… but Reyes is not hurt?
Reyes totally has a thing for Doggett, though. Then he acts like he cares about her again. And then her son killed her. They feel too close to Mulder and Scully then. But I like their dynamic in this episode. And then Doggett believes her! How sick can you be. The scene where Doggett tried to convince Reyes to pull the plug was beautifully done. While I am not sure how I feel about that, I do, however, love the scene where she pops back.
So do they have a ship name, or…? I actually love this one.
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It was nice and angsty and suspenseful and surprisingly flirty. Lord of the Flies? Another bug episode, another dang bug episode. Can you stop with the dang bug episodes? Also, I hate bugs. And unlike, Mulder, my screams are very girly. The first few minutes felt like a video you show teens to keep them from doing dumb things. Then flies flew out of the body, and Doggett and Reyes immediately dialed DR. I have no idea who will pick up, but I can deduce it will not be Dr.
Not the flies coming out of the body, but the teen story. Maybe I just like suggesting 80s songs for the XF crew. But in the end, it really reminded me of the lightening one. Thanks a lot, XF. I was trying not to think about Mulder. But then he died. See, Doggett, only bad things happen to people who have a thing for Scully. Idk, this one definitely felt more case centric. I love how Reyes and Doggett are great friends to Mulder and Scully cause they need some friendsand I love how they want to bring Mulder back so he and Scully can be happy.
So, she and Scully shared a motel room, and Mulder and John shared one. Unfortunately they couldn't get a room with adjoining doors, so sneaking to one other's rooms during the night was out of the question. They couldn't take the chance that they were being watched by Northern Pines employees. Monica knew it must be hard for Mulder and Scully too, but they could steal kisses when the four agents were alone. After all, both Monica and John knew about Scully and Mulder's relationship, and a few kisses snuck here and there wasn't out of the question.
However, neither Mulder nor Scully knew of Monica and John's involvement so there was no opportunities for stolen kisses or touches. Monica was going half crazy without the taste of John's kiss. Their counseling group wasn't meeting that evening, so they had the evening to themselves after they finished an update report for Skinner.
The four had decided to meet in Scully and Monica's room and stay for awhile. It mostly works, until you have a body double running through a quarry and leading Scully to a bunch of red rocks that can kill Super Soldiers.
Everyone else's allegiances change, as usual, because that's the only thing keeping these conspiracy episodes going. The only truly awesome moment is when Scully goes to the Ivory Coast and finds a huge-ass alien ship buried on the beach.
A crisis of faith is always a great move for a hero, but this borders on asinine. The idea of an all-out alien war is introduced into the series as well, but the mythology episodes were pretty much running into a wall by season five. It definitely works as an episode, but it's far less exciting than "Musings of a Cigarette Smoking Man," which it tries to rival. First of all, try relying on the L train if you really want something to whine about.
Second, the episode creates some good atmosphere by thrusting Doggett into the subway's underground tunnels, with Scully only catching glimpses of what's happening on a television screen.
The rest of the episode is a quirky twist on a bank-robbery scheme that thrives on Mulder and Scully's top-notch banter. Anderson clearly knows her character so well, and the episode feels small and intimate as a result. When Scully finally reaches closure from the affair, it goes a long way in showing how much she had grown over seven seasons.
Thrusting Scully into the role of the believer and Doggett as the skeptic is a breath of fresh air, but the case itself is by-the-numbers. However, this episode is all about establishing Scully and Doggett's chemistry, which is a lot stronger than fans might remember.
Back then, they still held out hope that Mulder would return and rescue their favorite show. Any episode with the Lone Gunmen is fun enough, but seeing Doggett running to save Mulder really makes you glad that this big, crazy FBI family is back together.
But the story, boiled down into two episodes, never really amounts to anything but an idea. Episodes like this are beautiful treasures. Obsessed with the X-Files but completely unequipped to be in the field, Harrison gets herself and Doggett held prisoner by a horrible CGI reptile monster.
Mulder even completely comes around on Doggett in this episode, not only saving him, but welcoming him into the fold.
It's sort of the death knell of the idea that the mythology episodes would ever reach any sort of satisfying conclusion. There would be glimmers of life in subsequent episodes, sure, but you basically just have to be along for the ride. The whole zombie thing comes off as mostly uninspired, but this episode shines because it features the first actual kiss between Mulder and Scully.
The fact that anyone would believe Spender to be Mulder, even with a DNA test, is, frankly, nonsensical. But the conclusion that Scully has to give William up for adoption in order to keep him from being pursued by men who want to hurt him is appropriately heartbreaking.
The series is "rebooted," in a sense that the new mythology arc is hunting for the missing Mulder.
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The new man in charge, Kersh, is kind of an over-the-top asshole, but it works to put some fire in the investigation. By episode's end, Doggett is assigned to the X-Files, while Mulder is naked looking fine, I might add on an alien ship full of Bounty Hunters. While the Samantha search would ultimately have an unsatisfying payoff, the setup is solid. There's also an appearance by a young Shia LaBeouf! The most important part of the episode, obviously, is that big kiss between Mulder and Scully.
A final scene eight seasons in making, how satisfying. However, this is a pretty great mythology episode. This was the first sign that Gillian Anderson was destined for some truly amazing work on this show. The bonkers musical sequence at the end is the icing on the cake. As such, this episode is a fantastic showcase for Duchovny.
This is a fun, twisted episode that doubles as a dark exploration of who Mulder is as character. Blowing up the oil rig and stopping the offshore drilling of the alien substance is done in a spectacular fashion, with both FBI agents leaping to safety in a fiery climax. This is one of the first indications that the conspiracy is far-reaching, with every part of the government involved.
Despite that, it's a great episode of television. But when it focuses on what the season should be about — the new agents — it can actually be fantastic.
This time, he wakes up in Mexico without his memory while his partners try to find out where he is.
It breaks Mulder, as his strong connection to kidnapping cases drives his very being. But more than that, it's also an incredibly thrilling episode, starring Cranston as man who'll die if he doesn't keep moving at a certain speed. This episode was originally set to be directed by Quentin Tarantino, but a DGA dispute kept him from being able to.