The editing. The song. All the season 11 pretty! Today's #FanvidFriday selection is sure to melt your heart. Evenstar is a prolific vidder with a wide range of shows so don't forget to check out their Youtube page. Enjoy!
It's no secret that The X-Files has a passionate fan base. We've followed our favorite characters for 25 years through all sorts of highs and lows. A lot has been written about The Scully Effect and XFN's Keva Andersen wrote about how Scully influenced her life. But now we want to hear from you! Were you inspired by Mulder's beliefs and his search for the truth? Did Scully's science and rationalism speak to you? Was Skinner's loyalty something you try to emulate in your own life? Whoever the character, we'd love for you to share you story with us.
The first time I met Dana Scully, she sarcastically intoned this to Fox Mulder as they were driving towards Area 51. That was quickly followed by challenging an authority figure that was blocking her investigation. While guns were pointed at her, no less.
It was Sunday, November 29th, 1998. I was 17 years old that night, a senior in high school. The episode was Season 6's “Dreamland.” I'd never seen The X-Files before, though I'd seen the promos while watching Packers football on FOX, good Wisconsinite that I was. A friend had asked me to proofread a fanfic she'd written, to check for grammar and spelling. I did so and thought if the characters were as interesting on screen as they were in her story I'd probably like the show. That Sunday gave me the first opportunity to test that theory. I sat down to watch, and by the time the end credits ran, I was hooked. The FOX affiliate in my city ran two more episodes after that, and you know what the next one was? “Triangle.”
I watched Dana Scully move from one office to the next, challenging anyone who would stand in her way. She told a fellow agent, "I want you to do me a favor. It's not negotiable, either you do it, or I kill you, you understand?" She told her boss to "save your own ass, sir. You'll save your head along with it."
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