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Posted by sean on January 4, 2018 at 5:33 pm in The X-Files with No Comments


My blog yesterday may have confused a few. It was in reference to the new season of X Files, which aired in America last night. The art of attaching an ‘X’ to a window, using masking tape, was introduced by lead character, Fox Mulder, during the second series (many, many years ago). I’ll now admit that, as a X Files geek of a teenager, I raided the garden shed for some masking tape, so that I too could pimp my bedroom window with an ‘X’.

The new series won’t hit our televisions for a while, but I found a way to watch it this morning. Let’s just say I caught a plane to New York, checked into a hotel and watched the episode on a television in the bedroom. I’m now back home from the States and am already planning my return next Monday, to watch episode 2.

The episode received mix reviews on Twitter, but I really liked it. Maybe it is because I haven’t seen the series for almost two years. It felt like X Files back to its best. The final scene dropped a massive bombshell, which, if true, is huge for fans. At the moment, I’ll be taking the revelation with a pinch of salt.

Now I have the taste for X Files, I’ll hopefully watch some of the old, classic episodes tomorrow. In the man time, I’m off to buy some masking tape…

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