We've been excited for the Skinner-centric episode since it was first announced in October, and these new photos kick that excitement up to 11. FOX has shared promotional photos from Episode 6, titled "Kitten." The episode was written by Gabe Rotter and directed by Carol Banker and will air on February 7th. The story is described as "Skinner goes AWOL when his past comes back to haunt him. As Mulder and Scully try to track him down, their growing mistrust of him reaches its apex."
In the photos we find Skinner, Mulder, and Scully, as well as a look at Haley Joel Osment as Davey James. The episode also guest stars Cory Rempel as young Walter Skinner, Jovan Nenadic as John "Kitten" James, Brendan Patrick Connor as Sherriff Mac Stenzler, and James Pickens Jr. as Alvin Kersh. Check out the gallery of photos below.
Today's #FanvidFriday selection left me with a happy sigh and feelings that all is right in the world. Why? you ask. Because though Scully may be voicing concerns about where our favorite duo is headed in the future, an evidence-based study to the tune of "Making All Things New" by Aaron Espe makes it perfectly clear these two are going nowhere but home to each other. Always. End of story. Enjoy this heart-melting vid and don't forget to check out chanellenah's Youtube channel.
So.....anything momentous happen in last night's episode? Something some fans have waited....oh....25 years to see? Maybe? I'm not sure, the Watch Crew was pretty quiet about this episode....
Last night's viewing of "Plus One," written by Chris Carter and directed by Kevin Hooks, was moving along at a pretty great pace. The episode has all the feelings of the classic X-Files with a stop in the basement office, a spooky story, and a terrifying performance from Karin Konoval as Judy, Evil Judy, Chucky, and Evil Chucky. Mark Snow's score was completely on point, and there were a few laughs too. But there was something hinted at in the promos that many Shippers had never dared to hope they would see. We got to about 8:46 pm ET and then all hell broke loose. And I've been laughing ever since. They case was mostly resolved in the end but I don't think anyone noticed. I'll let your best tweets speak for themselves!