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It’s in the season seven episode Closure and I get all teary just thinking about it. :/

After Mulder and Scully began the hunt for a missing girl named Amber-Lynn LaPierre in the previous episode, they ultimately tracked down a serial killer responsible for the deaths of 24 children who were found buried on his property. There’s no sign of Amber-Lynn. A psychic named Harold Piller gets involved and suggests that Amber-Lynn was taken by a “walk-in”, the soul of another person who was protecting her from harm. Scully is skeptical, of course, but Mulder buys into the idea.
After Piller has another vision, this time of Mulder’s sister Samantha, Mulder and Scully follow leads that eventually lead to a decommissioned military base, a hand print in concrete and a diary written by a 14 year-old Samantha. The scene that was the most heartbreaking for me was watching Mulder read Samantha’s diary aloud to Scully. She was alive and living with the Smoking Man’s family for years, forced to endure test after test, most of which were very painful. And watching as he read the line where she wrote about her vague memory of having a brother absolutely wrecked me.
All in all, it was beautifully written and acted episode. I’m all teary just thinking about it.


Day 5: Least favorite Monster of the Week.

Oliver Martin in Sunshine Days. That episode was… you know what? I’m not even going to go there. The episode was that bad for me.

Special Agent Fox Mulder, FBI

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SNL (1998) "The X-Files" Skit || Will Ferrell as Janet Reno/Deep Throat

And for those who never had the pleasure, you can find video here. :)

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Day Four: Favorite Monster of the Week

Okay, so I couldn’t narrow it down to just one. But here are my top three, in no particular order:

Luther Lee BoggsBeyond the Sea

"You set us up. You’re in on this with Lucas Henry. This was a trap for Mulder because he helped put you away. Well, I came here to tell you that if he dies because of what you’ve done, four days from now, no one will be able to stop me from being the one that will throw the switch and gas you out of this life for good, you son of a bitch!"

Scully will lay the smack down.

Leonard Betts
Leonard Betts

"You have something I need." That line gives me the creeps.

Ronnie StricklandBad Blood

"Oh man! What’d you have to go and do that for?! You are in big trouble."


Hey guys….remember when i was going on and on about the I Want to Believe socks but they were not for sale….well you asked and now they are! (limited supply).

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I just ordered a pair!!! <3

winterfellwillrise replied to your photoset “I logged just under six miles this weekend and another three on a…”
Headwinds can go to hell. You’re running again!!!! Yeah!! Bring on the 5ks!!!!! X
And they can stay there, too. I can run in all kinds of crappy weather, heat or cold, but the wind absolutely kills me. :P
It feels really good to be out there again, that’s for sure. I knew I’d missed it, but I didn’t know how much until I was out and felt the rush after you’re finished, you know? <3


SO yeah the X-files vs Supernatural actors cause I can and I’ve become fond of the X-files.

We can’t forget about these lovely people!!

I have a 5k to run on Wednesday evening and I just signed up for a 2.5 mile “fun run” for Saturday morning. And considering I ran for the first time in over a month back on Friday, they should be interesting races. :D

Bonus? More t-shirts!!

Day 3 - Favorite X-Files film scene

I’ve been on Youtube for over an hour now, trying to find favorite scenes from both/either film, and I’ve given up. I can’t pick a favorite scene. 

So instead, I’m cheating and linking you to a gag reel from each film. 

Your welcome. :)

The X-Files: Fight The Future

The X-Files: I Want To Believe

I logged just under six miles this weekend and another three on a stationary bike. (I didn’t want to over-do it by running about three miles three days in a row after not running in over a month.) And sitting here looking at this data, I’ve reaffirmed a few things.

1. I’m much better with evening runs and I enjoy them more than those done earlier in the day.

2. Headwinds absolutely suck

3. Breaking up the running routine by going to the gym in between to hit the weights/do some core work is more fun. It also makes the running days that much easier, thereby making them more enjoyable.

4. Going to the gym on the days I don’t run also spares my knee some wear and tear, cutting back on days with discomfort. That’s always good.

I hope everyone’s had a lovely weekend! <3

Day 2: Least favorite season.

Season nine. So much so that I don’t even like to talk about it because I relive the disappointment all over again.

However, I will say that Robert Patrick and Annabeth Gish were great additions to the show back in season eight and they continued their lovely work into season nine. It’s just that the storyline wasn’t all that great any longer.

Don’t even get me started on the Jump the Shark episode.

My miniature schnauzer Milo and his new playmate Oliver. Milo is nearly eight years old and Oliver is about three months. When they aren’t napping together, Oliver is bopping Milo in the face and then running away to hide. 

The look on Milo’s face when he does that is priceless.

blacklicoriceaddict replied to your post “Anyone else wonder what would have happened if Dean and Sam Winchester…”

And off I go…. :D