Welcome back, The X-Files. Welcome back unexplained phenomena, welcome back Skinner with his awful poker face, welcome back Mulder jumping to conclusions. Welcome back, The X-Files. We’d really, really missed you. Episode Two couldn’t have been more different from the mythology-heavy episode one they tried. But, in this case, that’s
The two-night premiere event continues tonight, as Mulder and Scully return to investigate a Department of Defense-funded doctor who’s experimenting on children with various degrees of genetic abnormalities. This, of course, brings up painful memories of William, and all our favorite FBI agents had to give up. We’re getting you ready for
I’ve been thinking about this subject a lot this week, especially considering the Steelers advanced to the Divisional Round and that just means one more week of Ben Roethlisberger. Or, what is worse, one more week of the media trying to cover Ben Roethlisbeger in a way that doesn’t come off
MTV’s ‘The Shannara Chronicles’ looked like a sure hit even before it premiered, but now that it has, we can stop guessing and tell you for sure …it is a hit! In fact, hit doesn’t even seem like the word for it. We’re even willing to call it a phenomenon!
The Pittsburgh Steelers were done. Goodbye. Kaput. No more. They’d won this game, and then, they managed to lose it. When you’re up 15-0 going into the fourth quarter, you’re supposed to be cruising. Especially when, against all odds, you’re doing it on the road, against a team that’s healthier, possibly