The Pusher's nickname for Mulder. Modell had Mulder follow his "little
bread crumb trail" to prove his worth in the episode Pusher.
Rather unsurprisingly, it's a nickname for Scully. Mulder dubbed her
this after his telephone call to the Pusher.
The invisable elephant who smashed windows, crumpled cars and
threw a workman aside to his death. She was later found back in her
cage at the Fairfield Zoo, Idaho, near death from exhaustion. The
name Ganesha has its origins in the female form of Ganesh, the
Hindu god with a head shaped like an elephant's. While we're talking
origins, the episode's title, Fearful Symmetry, comes from the William
Blake poem 'The Tyger.' (Ashley Birch, Heather and Cory Page)
We're not just talking about the nerds in Kill Switch here - geek is a
also the name given to a circus performer who will eat anything, from
the rather mundane (rocks, metal) to the icky (grasshoppers and raw
fish - complete with scales). Interestingly enough, when the script
called for Scully to chow down a live grasshopper, the props
department prepared a selection of chocoloate grasshopper
lookalikes. To the astonishment of the cast and crew, Gillian
Anderson actualled munched on the real thing.. Ewww! (Katie
A member of The X-Files' writing team since season two. His creative
stories range from the shared hallucinations of Folio à Deux to the
sheer hilarity of Unusual Suspects. Other Gilligan episodes from
seasons two to six were: Soft Light, Kitsunegari, Memento Mori, Small
Potatoes and Unruhe. (Jaded Cat) (Laura)
Yet another memorable moment from Darin Morgan's send-up
episode Jose Chung's "From Outer Space". In one retelling of the story,
Mulder lets out a shrill, girlie scream at the sight of the alien body.
This is followed up by Scully's threat to an onlooker: "You never saw
this. It didn't happen. You tell anyone, you're a dead man."
Government Denies Knowledge
What the opening titles and this phrase will flash up for a second or
two. The phrase also neatly describes Mulder's attitude towards the
high-level conspiracies he seems to meet everywhere he turns.
He's not just a comic book character! He's got a "gross face and
lumps on his head" according to Mrs Berkowitz, whose son Izzy is
supposedly the "product of her union" with Mutato. Himself the
product of a bizarre genetic experiment by the quintessential mad
scientist, The Great Mutato had something of a liking for peanut
butter sandwiches and quite possibly cheesy movies such as 'Mask,'
starring Cher. Of course, the episode Post Modern Prometheus will
forever be remembered as 'that episode in black and white.' (Erin