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anonymous asked:

I'M 30 MINUTES INTO THE FIRST EPISODE OF X FILES AND I THINK I'M FALLING IN LOVE

AND EVEN WORSE, //THEY// ARE FALLING IN LOVE. I BLAME THIS EXPERIENCE ENTIRELY ON YOU AND YOUR GODDAMN X FILES REBLOGS 

I REGRET NOTHING

And hey at least you can get your heart broken in piece knowing that they do actually end up together (eventually).

Although I do gotta warn you to expect profound grossness and creepiness. There are some episodes that still haunt me more than a decade later. But they also have some of the most amazing crack episodes. X-Files was the first Supernatural.

As #TheXFiles returns, David Duchovny talks about feeling vulnerable, those Gillian Anderson rumours – and why he and his co-star should be paid the same

A small crowd has gathered in front of the Fox theatre on Hollywood Boulevard. Carrying rolled-up copies of Variety magazine and holding up mobile phone cameras, they press their flesh as close to the metal barricade as possible. They are here to see David Duchovny, most famous for the newly resurrected science-fiction drama The X-Files, whose star is being unveiled on the Walk of Fame today. Duchovny’s closest confidantes are here, too – X-Files creator Chris Carter, Californication co-star Pamela Adlon, his manager Melanie Green, his brother – but they’re outnumbered by the strangers, the autograph seekers, and the tourists who will stop anywhere they see a fence and some security guards in LA.

Duchovny is a recovering sex addict and a famously private man. During the ceremony that follows, his friend, the comedian Garry Shandling, refers to him as a “sensitive, vulnerable guy”. A few hours later, at a nearby hotel, I ask Duchovny if this is true. In his slow, laconic drawl, he says it is. “You know, Garry can stand there and tell you I’m this or I’m that,” he says, “but that’s not really the narrative that’s out there, and that’s OK.”

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