|Aired the day that Stanley Kubrick died, March 7th, 1999?!|
However, they don't feel comfortable at all and their usual unresolved sexual tension is even higher than ever, because of Scully's behavior towards Mulder.
"The Latin phrase Et in Arcadia ego, which is usually interpreted to mean "Even in Arcadia there am I", is an example of memento mori, a cautionary reminder of the transitory nature of life and the inevitability of death.
The reason is that in season 6 Scully is frequently mad at Mulder, as she is jealous of Mulder's former lover, Diana Fowley [played by Tom Cruise's ex-wife Mimi Rogers]."
|Stanley Kubrick's last film|
The phrase is most often associated with a 1647 painting by
Nicolas Poussin, also known as "The Arcadian Shepherds".
In the painting the phrase appears as an inscription on a tomb discovered by youthful figures in classical garb."
Can't Help Thinking That The X-Files Episodes Are More Stephen King Schlock Than Stanley Kubrick Masterpieces For Some Reason?
Maybe the X-Files writers should have ended the 'Arcadia' episode with Scully saying to Mulder, "Lets F#ck":-)