The X-Files

The Sixth Extinction (2) - S7-E1

Trivia: The establishing shot of "Georgetown Memorial Hospital" is the same one used in Charmed whenever they go to the hospital.

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The Sixth Extinction II: Amor Fati (3) - S7-E2

Trivia: Mulder's experiences during this episode bear an uncanny resemblance to the experience of Christ in The Last Temptation of Christ. Mulder is positioned in a crucifixion pose, with a metal crown of thorns. He enters a dream stage where he is no longer a saviour (pursuing the truth) and can live a normal life - with the woman he loved (as Jesus does with Mary in LToC). Life passes by in jumps, people die. Outside the window the apocalypse is raging and at the end Scully takes the role of Judas in challenging his decision to opt out of his mission.

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The Sixth Extinction II: Amor Fati (3) - S7-E2

Trivia: "Amor Fati" is Latin for "Love of fate."

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Brand X - S7-E18

Trivia: In this episode Tobin Bell's character resides in apartment number 24. Two years later, Tobin Bell played Peter Kingsley in the second season of ... 24.

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[After spilling coffee on his lap.]
Mulder: Great, now my crotch will be up all night.

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When Mulder and Scully enter the abandoned mine through a doorway, the viewer can see at right in the distance a number of people sitting on a wall, and one crouching in front of the wall with what looks like a dog. They are sitting still, but there is still movement there.

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