The XX Files Podcast – S01E13 – Beyond The Sea
06 Oct. 2015

The XX Files Podcast – S01E13 – Beyond The Sea

In our world, unexplained phenomena are represented by two separate, yet equally important groups: the mysterious beings who perpetrate these events, and The FBI Agents who investigate them. These are their stories…

Join Courtney and Alison as they recap S01E13 of the X-Files – “Beyond The Sea” – and learn about amazing unsolved mysteries such as whether you can save your own life by sweating profusely, why we can’t wait for Mulder to get shot again, and how you can actually make a pretty decent episode of television if you just chill the fuck out, already.

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  1. Loretta says:

    Don’t think big beards are important for people, but getting positive feedback from people is important. And all those people who just seek out compliments from their surroundings are stupid – sorry for the judgment, let’s say I am sorry for them.

    My granfather died of an aneurysm. It is really scary. He died in less than 48 hours. No pain, though, so that was a good thing.

    How is a bathroom more comfy than a car? Does it not depend on the size of the car as well? And of course the size of the bathroom…

    What I didn’t like was that Scully wanted to take revenche and I wonder why she got so angry. She was very emotional so probably she regretted that thinking but I always hoped that she is against death row categorical.

    I would have “thug life” on my hands.

    Scully is gender queer. That’s why her father calls her Starbuck.

    “– In the original script, the scene between Mulder and Scully in the X-Files office followed Scully’s voiceover accompanying shots of L’Ively in the hospital (where he said he was dying for a cigarette). The exchange between Mulder and Scully was basically the same in the scripted version and the aired version, except that the aired version ended with Mulder’s reprise of the line “Ten to one you can’t dance to it” (referring to the second tape Phoebe left). In the scripted version, following that line Scully said, “Well, never let it be said that you wouldn’t walk through fire for a woman, Mulder,” to which Mulder replied, “And never let it be said I wouldn’t do it for you again, Scully.” [She smiles. They exit. And we fade out. The End.]” (Source:

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