John Carpenter is looking a little green around the gills
>"If we believe there is even a one percent chance that he is our enemy, we have to take it as an absolute certainty."
What did Snyder mean by this?
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>It's a "Steve-O does something disgusting and pukes up everywhere" episode
The bungee toilet in 3 was really the pinnacle of disgusting things they could do. It was the perfect way to end the series.
>That tide of shit flying up
>Steve-O immediately explodes in vomit
If you still wish John Oliver to replace with a woman, vote here.
If you were to rape John Oliver, which hole would you choose?
I can't do pre-orthodontic british mouths, so its boipucci all the way for me, m8s
I never liked the 'monster of the week' episodes in the older seasons, but I don't remember them being this shit.
Lizardperson were-human, sculpture come to life, placebo magic mushroom lets you speak with the dead...
>I never liked the 'monster of the week' episodes in the older seasons
I like how you state this like you understand the consensus or that it makes any kind of sense. The mytharc eps were fucking terrible and lousy with the exact same type of 'not quite a retcon but might as well be' writing that was in this season.
So I'm watching the "Paperclip" episode(Episode 2, Season 3) of the X-files and it seems that there's random people's legs and what looks like a dog in the background of an abandoend reaserch facility. We're they just regular people there at the wrong time or something in refrence to another show?
What are the essential X-Files episodes?
Eugene had to have been the most disturbing and interesting monster/mutant in the X-Files. C/D?
They based him off of Jack the Ripper from the first episode of Kolchak.
I thought pic related was pretty good, despite the episode being pretty bad.
Tooms was one of my favourites an although he wasn't a monster I really liked pusher. The flukeman was one of the all time great too.
This was the best episode of season 10 of the x-files.
Easily, far and away. May be a top 15-20 of all time. Justifies the revival by itself.
The second episode was good too.
I have many gripes with this so far, chiefly that the atmosphere feels nothing like the original run, there's none of the original charm, they go way overboard with the modern references and Ford advertisement, and it looks and plays out like any other piece of shit network TV show on right now.
The Trashman episode was damn solid though, and Founder's Mutation was okay, however:
>muh meta self aware lizard man switcharoo XD
>muh terrist god is real trumpets in the sky passing of the torch to Jew Scully...
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What the hell happened to the X-Files?
X Files season finale starts in 20 minutes.
tut tut tut:
Lead actors are irreplacable. They are the show. Actresses could be swapped out for a new younger model every year and it wouldn't lower viewership one bit. Only in a SJW world could it ever be appropriate for an actress to be paid the same as the leading man.