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Tuesday, February 15th, 1999 -

David will be on Leno Feb 26th, I don't know if it is a rerun or not. So just watch and see.

Tuesday, February 13th, 1999 -

Will The X-Files' Agent Spender head for that great FBI office in the sky on Sunday?

Chris Owens, who plays the mysterious G-man, hinted in a TV Guide Online chat that Spender might get killed in the conclusion of the Fox show's tell-all two-parter (Sunday, 9 pm/ET). Asked what scares him in real life, Owens replied, "Unemployment. I'm facing my fears next week!"

Other than that little tease, Owens was suitably secretive about the episode. He did, however, confirm that viewers would get the skinny on the abduction of Agent Mulder's sister, Samantha.

Speaking of Mulder — why does Spender have such a problem with the sexy investigator, played by David Duchovny? "Mulder's taller," Owens explained. The actor added that he doesn't mind being loathed by loyal fans of Mulder and Scully. "Hate me, baby," he said. "I love it!"

— Susan Campbell Beachy

Tuesday, February 11th, 1999 - X-Files Cast gets smaller

By TYLER McLEOD -- Calgary Sun

This Sunday on The X-Files, we finally find out... just kidding. You'll have to tune in, but keep in mind the producers promised more than one main character will get bumped off this month -- so Dr. Openshaw wasn't the last.

Looking past the "mythology" storyline, agents Scully and Mulder forget about the whole alien invasion thing and get back to company business. The Feb. 21 episode, "Agua Mala", will have the dour duo stranded in a Florida hurricane while a swamp creature stalks town residents.

Tuesday, February 11th, 1999
Well, I got some very disappointing news! It looks like McFarlane, isn't going to come up with another series after all, because they didn't make enough money on series one. No wonder, I saw the prices fall on those figures. Hey if you haven't gotten those xf figures go to TOYS R US, they got them for $4.95.

Wednesday, February 10th, 1999
Thanks to Scully1149 for this information David Duchvony is going to be directing an episode!! It's going to be about an alien and Negro league baseball.

Wednesday, February 10th, 1999 - Laurie Holden TV Guide
The X-Files' mysterious Marita Covarrubias keeps the truth to herself — mostly

The last time you saw me, I was in a coma, infected with the black oil," says Laurie Holden. "I wish I could say more, but they would ax me." These are the odd things you say if you play Marita Covarrubias, "an international woman of mystery," on The X-Files. And this: "I've heard everything, from 'Are you an alien?' to 'Are you Mulder's sister?' Anything's possible." Holden also has this to say: The second part of a mythology story (Fox, February 14, 9 P.M./ET) is "by far the most exciting show I've been part of." What she can't say, of course, is why this is.

I distract her with small talk — Holden grew up in Toronto, studied acting at UCLA and just turned 27 — then try again, and get a crumb: "We'll see Marita in a totally unexpected light." So she's an alien? "It would be fair to surmise that she's not from here."

Holden, who likens Marita to Mata Hari, is a bit of a double agent: She also costars on CBS's The Magnificent Seven (Fridays, 9 P.M./ET) as Mary, "a spunky, passionate woman in the Old West who wears her heart on her sleeve."

It seems as if I've reached a dead end with The X-Files — but later, Holden leaves a mysterious phone message. "[Mulder and Scully] have been searching for the truth for years, and this episode," she promises, "will reveal it." No word yet on what "it" is, but I'm still hoping. -Stephanie Williams

Wednesday, February 10th, 1999 - X-Files Official Magizine
The X-Files Official Magizine is out on the selves, so go get a copy.(o: They always have great stuff in it. ( I really liked the topps x-files magizine better. You got really cool cards and a cool poster. But they stopped those and replaced them with "The Offial Magizine. Anyone who has the Topps xf magizine better keep hold of it. Might be worth something some day.)

Wednesday, February 10th, 1999
The 35th annual awards, honoring outstanding achievement in soundmixing for movies and television, will be presented March 6 at the Universal City Sheraton Hotel. Nominees in the feature film category are: "Armageddon,'' "The Horse Whisperer,'' "The Mask of Zorro,'' "Saving Private Ryan'' and "The X-Files.''

Tuesday, February 9th, 1999
David will be participating in a benefit for Project ALS on February 11th...helping to spread word about Lou Gehrig's disease...along with fellow actor Greg Kinnear and others.

Tuesday, February 9th, 1999
X-Files' double sweep leaves some conspiracy theories unanswered Friday, February 05, 1999 By Rob Owen, Post- Gazette TV Editor Aliens? Check. Conspirators? Check. Train cars for housing human-alien hybrid experimentation? Check. Deaths of recurring characters? Check. Check. Check. Full disclosure? Not so check. Fox trumpets the next two episodes of "The X-Files" offer answers to five years of questions, and I guess they do.

Maybe it depends on how attentive you've been. I've watched every episode of "The X-Files" and frequently talk about the show with friends who also watch. Prior to these episodes we'd already figured out the faceless alien rebels sewed up their eyes and mouths to prevent the black oil from getting inside.

Sunday's episode, "Two Fathers," explains the black oil is "purity," the life force of the other aliens who are in cahoots with the humans in the Syndicate (the old guys who hang out in a New York City building). The aliens plan to take over the world and exterminate the human race.

"X-Files" creator Chris Carter, who wrote these episodes with executive producer Frank Spotnitz, drew outlines of this complex mythology in the past. The next two episodes add coloring, texture and confirmation of long-held suspicions. As a result of the events in these episodes, "The X-Files" will have to head in some new directions.

"Two Fathers" is narrated by Cigarette Smoking Man (William B. Davis) as he explains his relationship with his son, weasely Agent Spender (Chris Owens), and Spender's mother, Cassandra (Veronica Cartwright). "This is the end," CSM says. "I never thought I'd hear myself say those words after all these years." Cassandra claims to have been abducted by aliens multiple times and was first introduced to X-philes in last February's sweeps two-parter. At the end of those episodes, she was gone again. Now she's back and the linchpin to a 25-year plan plotted by an exclusive group of State Department operatives who sold out humanity (sparing only their own families) to the invading aliens.

Cassandra and Samantha Mulder were abducted the same night back in 1973, but this is where the Fox promos for the episodes promise more than they deliver. "What really happened to Mulder's sister?" the Fox announcer says.

Viewers find out why she disappeared, but not really what happened to her.

Next Sunday's episode, "One Son," directed by "X-Files" movie director Rob Bowman, seems really slapdash. So much is going on, things don't always make sense (like that's anything new for "The X-Files"). There's a lack of continuity toward the end that's distracting. X-phile romantics take note: Mulder (David Duchovny) and Scully (Gillian Anderson) are in a shower together next Sunday. No, it's not what you think. "One Son" also reveals a recurring character lives in the Watergate apartment complex (somehow it's appropriate). In these episodes Mulder and Scully, though certainly present, don't get as much screen time as they usually do. Recurring characters - Spender, Krycek (Nick Lea), Marita Covarrubias (Laurie Holden) - come to the foreground. That makes sense. They're more connected to the men at the heart of this conspiracy than Mulder and Scully.

After these two episodes viewers will certainly know almost all they need to know about the conspiracy. Key word: almost. I'm still unsure about the bees in Tunisia, the fates of several characters and what plans the aliens have once the conspiracy is no more. "The future is here," Mulder says. "All bets are off." Finally, something that makes sense. I think.


Tuesday, February 2nd, 1999
CONGRATULATIONS to David Duchovny for winning the TV Guide Award for Best Actor in a Drama, DD also won the online award for Sexiest Male. And he won the best dressed. (o: Oh, look out for the transcript to his speech and pics, coming soon.

Tuesday, February 2nd, 1999
Videos Announced - According to GAWS, Wave 7 will be released on April 27. You can reserve your copies now at Suncoast. Here are the titles for wave 7 -- "Herrenvolk"/ "Home" "Tunguska"/ "Terma" "Unruhe"/ "Paper Hearts" And here are the possible eps for wave 8 -- "Leonard Betts"/"Memento Mori", "Tempus Fugit"/"Max", and "Small Potatoes"/"Gethsemane"

Tuesday, February 2nd, 1999 - CC Chat
Hey for all those people who are on AOL, you guyz are lucky! Chris Carter will be chatting online on Friday February 12th, 5pm - 5:30 PST. Here is the url where he will be chatting at. I wish I could give more details but thats all I've heard. m/cc_chat.htm

Monday, February 1st, 1999
Look out for Entertainment Weekly on Feb. 2nd for a huge article about this upcoming episode. The 2 parter which is suspose to reveal everything that we philers have been following for last 6 years. Kinda scary if you think about it. We already have the article with picures. So check it out here Is the Conspiracy really over?