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SciFi Channel X-Files Marathon

Today on Sci-Fi Channel starting at 7 a.m., the eight episodes from “X-Files: Revelations” will be shown as a pseudo preview of the movie. X-Files creator Chris Carter has released “Revelations” to serve as clues about the subject matter of the new movie. Here is some great info from


1. What are the middle names of Scully and Mulder?

2. What nickname did Scully’s dad bestow upon her?

3. What was the real name of the enigmatic “Cigarette Smoking Man”?

4. What NFL team did the Smoking Man say he would never allow to win the Super Bowl as long as he was alive?

5. What rock group has a hit song that mentions “X-Files” and the “Smoking Man”?

6. From what college did Mulder graduate?

7. What were Mulder’s first words as a baby?

8. What was Mulder’s apartment number?

9. How many times did Mulder and Scully kiss on the lips in the TV series?

10. What future date is the alien colonization of the Earth supposed to take place?

(find X-Answers after the cut)


Mulder — “I would never lie. I willfully participated in a campaign of misinformation.” (Shadows, 1993)

Wayne Federman (played by himself, talking to Mulder and Scully) — “You’re crazy for believing what you believe. And you’re crazy for not believing what he believes. I’ll leave you with that.” (Hollywood A.D., 2000)

Mulder — “Maybe we should call in a bomb threat to Houston. I hear it’s free beer night at the Astrodome.” (X-Files: Fight the Future, 1998)


— Dana Scully’s name was inspired by L.A. Dodgers Hall of Fame play-by-play announcer Vin Scully.

— There have been 13 different languages besides English spoken in episodes of The X-Files, including Navajo Indian and two different dialects of Russian.

— X-Files had a spinoff show, “The Lone Gunmen,” that lasted only one season. Its first episode was in March, 2001, in which a plane was hijacked and flown into the World Trade Center. Yes, that’s six months before the 9/11 attacks. Things that make you go hmm …


1. Katherine and William

2. Starbuck

3. C.G.B. Spender

4. Buffalo Bills

5. Bare Naked Ladies (“One Week”)

6. Oxford

7. JFK

8. 42

9. 3 (Triangle, 1998; Millennium, 1999; The Truth, 2002)

10. Dec. 22, 2012 (the day after the Mayan calender ends)

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