The X-Files gave us some of the greatest, most memorable villains in TV history. It also gave us some real doozies. Martian face ghosts, teenage vampires, and aliigators, – some of the villains Mulder and Scully investigated were more farcical than frightening. Read after the jump for our top ten least scary antagonists.
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People really liked to talk on The X-Files. Speeches full of flowery prose litter the show from the very first episode to the finale and through both films as well. Our ten choices include speeches from a variety of characters both recurring and not, and range from funny, to insightful, to downright tragic. See what made the list after the jump.
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Mulder and Scully both managed to find themselves in peril more times per year than the average person is during their entire lifetime, which makes narrowing the list of potential entries for this list down to just ten incredibly difficult. Seriously, there were over ten potential incidents just from season one. After much deliberation then, here are our Top Ten times Mulder was in peril; find out what made the cut after the jump.
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In this week’s Top Ten we look back to the childhoods of Mulder, Scully, and some of our other favorite characters on The X-Files. From alien abductions to Nebraskan milking sheds, dead bunnies in the basement to “Hotel California” under the Christmas tree, our protagonists had eventful formulative years to say the least! Read after the jump to find out our favorite moments.
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Over the years we’ve lost a lot of characters on The X-Files. Both Mulder and Scully have lost family members and friends, evil doers have got their comeuppance, but many innocents have been lost along the way as well. This week we look at ten of the most important, shocking, and downright devastating deaths of the nine seasons so far, read after the jump to see what made the list.
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In this week’s Top Ten Tuesday we investigate the cliche that is Scully in Peril by taking a look at the times our favorite female fibbie was kidnapped, abducted, implanted by slugs, and nearly beheaded. Read after the jump to see what made our list.
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The X-Files featured a number of opening monologues, narrated most often by Mulder or Scully, which served a variety of purposes. Some introduced new information about characters’ pasts while others allowed us to consider the themes which the episode was about to explore. In this top ten we look at some of the greatest opening monologues heard over the years. Read after the jump to see what made the list.
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Mulder never made a secret of his love for Elvis Presley and references to The King crop up all the way through The X-Files. This week I looked at some of the best Elvis references found on the show
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The X-Files referenced a lot of movies throughout its nine year run. This week’s Top Ten Tuesday looks at some of our favourite movie moments from the show. Read after the jump to see what made our list.
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