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The Monsters Are Here: 'The X-Files' Tackles the Story of Skinner

I see monster people. In Season 11, Episode 6 of The X-Files, cutely titled "Kitten," Mulder and Scully must track down their favorite frenemy Skinner, who has gone missing.
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Everything We Learned About Mulder and Scully's Son in 'The X-Files' Episode 'Ghouli'

We knew Chris Carter was up to something. When Scully announced at the end of this season's opening episode that she believed William, the son she and Mulder gave up for adoption over a decade prior, was trying to contact her, it was clear that the show was leading up to the boy's unveiling.
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6 Reasons We're Excited Darin Morgan Is Writing for 'The X-Files' Again in 'The Lost Art of Forehead Sweat'

When I first heard that The X-Files was getting a reboot, my first thought was not "Will this new version redeem the 2008 movie's sad attempt at continuing Mulder and Scully's story?
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Seeing Double: How Mulder and Scully Tackle Identities in 'The X-Files'

Jekyll and Hyde. Secret Window. Fight Club. Call me a sucker, but any story that features identity as "the villain" has me sold.
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7 Ways 'The X-Files' Returned to Its Roots in 'This'

Let's address the alien in the room: TheĀ X-Files season 11 premiere was rough. In "My Struggle III," a theme that the series is desperately trying to get fans to love, Scully and Mulder tackled (or should I say, stumbled through) the impending alien DNA invasion arc, which ended in the pair's convenient decision to wait for their son William to find them rather than the other way around.
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'The X-Files': Scully's Brain Can Speak Code? And 9 More Questions from the Season 11 Premiere

Like most hardcore X-Files fans, I wanted to believe that FOX could revive one of its most successful sci-fi series and apply its themes of government skepticism and the search for the truth to modern times, but the show's season 11 premiere has further convinced me that this goal is impossible.
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'The X-Files' Interview: Gillian Anderson Says Scully's 'Degree of Skepticism Has Shifted'

Scully and her skepticism have both changed over the years on The X-Files, but that doesn't mean the dynamic between her and Mulder has changed.
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'The X-Files' Interview: David Duchovny Says the World Is 'More Receptive' to Mulder's 'Way of Thinking'

The world has become "more receptive" to Mulder's way of thinking on The X-Files, David Duchovny teased when discussing the show's revival.
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