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I would like to thank The X-Files for making me discover this group back in the early 2000s.
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"Seventeenth rule of survival: Trust No One. Mulder's Law, they call it. Not a big fan, myself, but then I do end up in more than my fair share of scrapes, so maybe there's something in it."

Seriously, Mulder's law. No I am going to be bugged by a fic idea where the Doctor meets agent Fox Mulder, maybe in 1997? That was the good season, right? Season 4. Maybe Doctor Who season 4 meets The X-Files season 4? Or is that too many redheads?
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The X Files again. Oh god, I was so annoying. And people just did not get it. I think the stupidest question ever - I was talking to one girl about how they had to hide Gillian's pregnancy. And she asked me how did they do that with the swimming suit. Oh yes, I've been talking to you for half an hour about Baywatch. *headdesk*
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The X Files. I was eleven and it was a love at the first sight.
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"So, Mulder, this supposed clandestine source who's contacted you how do we know that he's not just another crackpot whose encyclopedic knowledge of extraterrestrial life isn't derived exclusively from reruns of Star Trek?" - best line evah



Oh and btw, I made it, I made the test!
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The X Files, Millenium, Mulder and Scully. The world didn't end.
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The X files - not only DD and GA, but also William B. Davis and Mitch Pillegi made the series great.
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Agent Mulder - I loved him so much. And he had those sad eyes and cynical approach. He made me understand irony and sarcasm. Plus he still looks good in boxer shorts.
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Trevor. Don't ask me why. It is so boring that I've never seen it whole. And yes, I tried.
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There are so many TXF episodes that come to my mind. But I think it is a tie between Bad Blood and How the Ghosts Stole Christmas. Bad Blood because of it being absolutely wonderfully told from Mulder's and Scully's point of view, each having a rather unique view ot the other one's actions. And HGSC is a all time classic that has to be watched every Christmas.
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Probably The X Files. I know that the later seasons aren't as good, plus the latest movie is downright crappy. However, the show was the guide through my teenage years. While everyone was hormonal and oh so in love with this and that guy, I was the one to adopt Scully's cold scientific approach along with the huge crush on agent Mulder. Maybe it screwed my views of relationships, as their was full of love and care without either of them having to say it. But The X Files weren't just MSR. I remember watching the first episode. It gave me the good kind of goosebumps and I was interested in the paranormal at that time as well. Plus Mulder's ability to deliver funny lines in the most impossible of situations.
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The Rules:
[1] - List your top 10 celebrity crushes.
[2] - Put all of them IN ORDER of your lust for them. (10 to 1, 1 being your number one fixation)
[3] - Say which movie/show/thing it was that hooked you.
[4] - Supply photos for said people
[5] - Tag five people - ah, screw this.

Hotties )
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...or, how I learned to stop shipping.

Since I was a child, I identified myself as a shipper. Lately, this course of action makes me disgusted. Let's take a look.

Mulder and Scully, the ultimate image of romance. Why I liked it?
1. They were, above all, friends. It was more than "unresolved sexual tension", which I never actually seen. People mistaking them for lovers, well, I never got that. It run deeper than that. There was this ultimate trust between them. They literary trusted each other with their lives.

2. They never showed it. The kiss in Millenium was perfect, the little New Year's peck on lips. But it was the little touches that were much more significant. The touch of hands, a hug. It was more intimate than sex. The best shippy moment ever - the end of Pusher, when Scully takes Mulder's hands and leads him away.

3. Truth is, we were told that they probably shagged since episode one. And if they did, I'm glad it wasn't on screen.

4. In the movie, when they live together. It's natural. It's been sixteen years of close intense relationship. They lost all other friends, because there wasn't time to socialize and to be friends with them was more than dangerous. They lost their families. They only had each other. So I wasn't surprised and I kind of like it. Up to the final kissing scene. I mean, they were together and it was nice. But that scene was so unlike Mulder and Scully. It was disgusting. The worst X Files scene ever. What happened to the no 'Moonlighting' rule?

Now watching Bones. Are they trying to copy M and S? I dunno, however, there is zero chemistry between Brennan and Booth. They are great as partners, but not as a pair. Lately, the writers force them on us as a pair. They are trying to show it down viewers throat and it triggers my gag reflex.

Another thing triggering my gag reflex is House's current "slip of tongue". Back in the season one, when Cuddy was still the boss and not the boobs, the occasional hostile flirting was fun. But the current House/Cuddy plot is making me sick. It is boring, it is annoying, it is an old meme. Is Cuddy really the desperate aging lonesome stalking slut who would do anything to get House's attention? Because lately, it seems that way. Two more episodes of this and she would get on the same level with Cameron's clingy crush.

Well, I think it is a good thing that I jumped the slash train. I mean, they are not going to show Kirk/Spock or House/Wilson down my throat, huh? :D
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Blimey, the show's still funny. Few years back, when he was getting a bit pudgy and growing a beard and stuff, I didn't think I'd ever say it again, but DD is still worth a sin or two. And now with the longer hair and the jeans. Let's just say that 50% of that show's appeal is Duchovny oggling. Seriously, there is nothing better than 13years lasting star-crush that is still worth it ;D
Some caps )
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Naskenovala jsem články z některých českých časopisů, co se mi dostaly do ruky. Snad se to někomu bude hodit :D

Scanned magazine articles about TXF2 behind the cut )
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22nd July

That is, my dear flist, the big day. We are going to the pre-showing in one cinema. It is going to be awesome.
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Well, the pics are interesting because I've let my more twisted friend play with them...
(no, it wasn't Ziina)
((yes, it's her fault anyway))
(((yes, we've been watching way too much Torchwood)))

Click for pics )

Luckily, Jack, Rose, Sarah and the Doctors along with the Antarctida clothes Mulder and Scully did not participate in the adventure.

NEW PICS!

Apr. 11th, 2008 11:14 pm
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LOOK IT'S...SQUEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE THE WALL!
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