• jingleyells
    Comments: 13

    Ha, it was just so weird how they didn’t even… try to explain the bandaid man? I mean MotW never made much sense, but at least the usually had some sort of further background info at least (like with the Golem or planet constellations or whatever cultural thing they could appropriate). And wtf was that bandaid even about? Was his nose leaking? Or maybe they explained and I missed it.

    I wish Sheila Larken would’ve had more of a role other than to die XD I was really pleased to see her. Wish we had seen Bill as well, everyone loves to hate him. I wonder whether we’ll see Charlie eventually or he was just used to make that bridge to William. Also Maggie: EVERYONE IS CALLED WILLIAM ON THIS SHOW. So it’s really not that much of a coincidence. Really whenever someone asks Chris Carter what the name of a character should be, about 80% of the time he answers “William”.

    I agree that Mulder seemed kind of absent in that last scene, lol. Or maybe DD just zoned out because Gillian got all the dialogue, who knows.

  • The Phantom of Pulp
    I'm THE BEST!
    Comments: 113

    I’m only listening for you guys so I’m good 🙂

  • asnaes
    A Real Turtles Fighter
    Comments: 26

    It was a rip-off of Candyman.

  • lunabuna
    Comments: 69

    This one irritated me because they’ve already had a tulpa x-file AND a trash monster. It just felt recycled (no pun intended).

    I agree with what jingleyells said. Sucks that Maggie was only in the episode to die. And yes, frickin’ EVERYONE is named William on this dang show.

    But anyway, it’s grating that so much stuff went unanswered in this epi. They didn’t even acknowledge that they didn’t have answers, which makes it seem unfinished or sloppy. And yeah, bandaid!shoe was weird.

    Gillian did some awesome acting as usual, though. It’s so fun to watch her and David again, so there’s that.