Well friends, another Rewatch come and gone! Season 11 is almost here and we wrapped up our Season 10 watch with "My Struggle II." When this episode first aired in 2016 there was a lot of rage over Monica Reyes, the CSM, and of course, the cliffhanger. That rage doesn't seem to have cooled much since then. Hope springs eternal that we'll get some resolution when "My Struggle III" airs on Wednesday, but if this show has taught us anything it's "trust no one." Here are your best tweets, we'll see you for the premiere!
It's fair to say "Babylon" is one of the most controversial episodes of The X-Files ever produced. While some enjoy the more humorous parts of the episode, for many it's hard to get through the hour without pointing out the problematic parts. Editor-in-Chief Avi Quijada hosted tonight's episode and led the Rewatch Crew in an interesting discussion about how the episode stumbles and how it could possibly have been handled differently. Here are your best tweets.
So......group hug? "Home Again" is, to me, the most heartbreaking episode of Season 10, but it's arguably the most gruesome and violent too. That's a testament to the writing and directing abilities of Glen Morgan, who performed both roles in this episode. It's been almost two years since we said goodbye to Maggie Scully and it's fair to say the Rewatch Crew still isn't over it. Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny's performances are outstanding, and the case is dark enough to keep you up at night. Or maybe lead you to change the channel on the radio if "Downtown" ever comes on. Here are your best tweets!
Yeah, this is how we like our Mulder! "Mulder and Scully Meet the Were-Monster" was a smash with the critics and fans alike. Written by Darin Morgan, the episode is full of Easter eggs for long-time fans, and lots of humor and absurdity for anyone to appreciate. And who doesn't love a red speedo? Here are your best tweets!
Stop this feels bus, I'd like to get off. I think that was the general conclusion from the Rewatch Crew after tonight's viewing of "Founder's Mutation." The episode, which was written and directed by James Wong, is both terrifying and incredibly moving. We cringed at some of the more horrifying parts and needed a giant group hug by the time we left Mulder sitting alone with a photo of his son in the Unremarkable House. And if you need a break from all the angst, be sure and watch the best blooper ever that came from the apple throwing incident between Rebecca Wisocky and Gillian Anderson. Here are your best tweets.