|The X-Files Season 1: Episode 19 'Shapes'|
|Aired April Fool's Day 1994?|
|The Fox Spirit Animal|
I see that there is another revised edition of the book available now, but I'd like to see Chris Knowles team up with someone like
Jeff Kripal and write a book about the show as how it played out as a pop cultural reflection of the times the show was filmed in, or heading to, and call it something like
'Scriptwriters of the Impossible':-)The fox is out there?
A Tragic Love Story/Song That Had Buckley's Chance From the Get Go?And what are the odds that Don would die on the anniversary of
That's almost an X-File on its own, no?-)I'm only up to season 2, episode 16, and I can't say I'm a fan of the show, but it is an interesting pop cultural study of the times it was filmed in I think.
And I'm certainly no fan of the crappy satanic/Christian garbage sprinkled throughout the early shows, like that crap shot at Crowley and the O.T.O, where the high school teachers are sacrificing things to "Satan" and "doing what thou wilst" in the episode titled 'Die Hand Die Verletzt' in season 2.
I'm amazed that the O.T.O didn't try to sue over that episode, unless they thought it would give them an air of evil mystery?
Not that I'm a fan of the O.T.O, either, but that show was ridiculous.
Although, episodes like 'Excelsis Dei' seem even more relevant today with the conditions of our nursing homes and the Covid 19 plague running through them.
Not to mention the studies of psychedelic mushrooms being done today on the elderly and the dying to try and take away the fear and anxiety surrounding death.Greening the Paranormal and Just in Time for Spring if You Happen to Live Down-under as I Do?
UPDATE: September 13th, 2020And if you do see a fox?