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about making it a standalone "monster" one, but considering how season nine ended i don't see how that could be set afterwards.
and it'd be way rubbish if they set it during the TV series.
that's amazing! i hope he has a BIG (FOOT) role
I do not understand that title. Where did it go?
it's a codename.
it also apparently has a release date for this summer!
X-Zibit is playing an FBI officer.
X to tha Z!
they're doing something more 'stand alone' rather that something that ties in with the whole on-going story of the tv series.
i used to be obsessed with the TV show, but i stopped watching at a certain point so i've got no idea how it all ended.
of someone who couldn't die, and was setenced to death. scully broke him out and it ended with them on the run.
is that serious?
assigned to the x-files after mulder was abducted at the end of season 6.
All he ever said was "What do you mean...."
"what do you mean....gone?"
"what do you mean... he's killing people with the power of dreams?"
mulder was abducted at the end of 7, not 6.
as I assumed you were too, and just implying terminators would feature in it too.
to robert patrick, who played the T1000 and joined the cast in season 8.
I think I stopped watching around season 6 or 7.
I'd forgotten Mulder left. I stopped watching after the film so I missed all of that stuff, barring the occsasional episode.
but then at one point with the mythology story line I suddenly realised "They're making this up as they go along!" and it was never the same.
Hence why I gave up on Lost after 4 episodes. Once bitten, twice shy
and when it became more about the conspiracy theories and all political than the cool episodes with all the freaks etc.
"X-Files Improv with Dean Haglund
Age guidance 12+
Dean Haglund played computer geek Langly for nine seasons of cult sci-fi series The X-Files. In this new show premiered to great acclaim at the Edinburgh festival 2007, Haglund improvises a new X-Files episode at each performance, based on audience suggestions.
The resulting mayhem will delight fans of the long-running series and those who’ve never seen a single episode alike.
“ Stupidly funny...Haglund’s amiable quick wit making this a must for fans and good clean fun for everybody else”
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I'm sort of tempted to go...
that sounds awesome :D
there's on in london on may 1st. i'm realllly tempted.
Sherlock Holmes thing. That probably doesn't count. But it was really good.
that sounds AMAZING.
lol at the big hairy monster thing.