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Slider_Quinn21 wrote:

Well the Democratic Party is a mess too.  Recently, a poll came out, and the Democrats don't seem to stand for anything but "not Trump" which is weird because the Republican Party has recently just been "not Obama"

(This is probably a good time to say that I think both parties are spinning their wheels).

And a lot of this is more people I see talking on social media.  There were a handful of somewhat-prominent liberal celebrities saying stuff like "well, John McCain wants to take away people's health care, I guess it serves him right that he got brain cancer"  There's just so much hatred toward people who have (slightly?) different beliefs.  It's really crazy to me.


America is extremely diverse. To the point where what may be good for one state is bad for another.  But our union is so intertwined that it's difficult to just let each state do what it wants without others being affected (even though I recognize that was part of America's design -- but we have to keep in mind a lot more technology exists today that makes travel/communication completely different than it was centuries ago, creating a social and economic impact).

Point being, when you have such diversity, people are going to look at things different.  You can either try to "win" and get your way knowing others will suffer as a result or you can go into it trying to compromise.  Once we have very passionate beliefs and want to completely win, then it becomes a game... and as part of that game we start using tactics that are useful for short term gains.  But then it creates a long-term mess.  So the question is the human species intelligent enough to not take the candy and wait for more candy later, or will we always be trying to grab the candy now, like little children?  As great as the human species has been, at times we are not the most impressive bunch and I am not sure what that means for our long term survival.

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Slider_Quinn21 wrote:

Ugh, there is so much "Four Legs Good, Two Legs Bad" in government today.  The story being reported is that the Democrats have beaten the Republicans in the Health Care debate.  That's simply not true.  The Democrats and a group of Republicans beat a Republican-led initiative to overhaul health care.  The side led by Democrats won, but this was a bi-partisan effort.  If it was United Red vs. United Blue, then Red would have won.  It took Republicans to defeat the "Republican" bill.

I don't think anything is being made of the Republicans who crossed the line and voted with the Democrats.  In the Senate and in the House.

There's just "Republicans want people to die" and "Democrats are the only decent humans in Congress."  The whole thing makes me nauseous.

I haven't gotten this sense at all.  Everything that has come our sure seems like (1) Republicans don't have anything close to consensus on what healthcare should look like -- you have people within the party who want it very very different than others  (2) the ACA has increased in popularity among the public and now the constituents of some Republicans are making it known they are worried about the new bills, which analysis of from the CBO and other institutions has not been positive.

If the Republicans had agreement with what healthcare would look like, the Democrats would't stand a chance.  But the Republican party is almost like two parties on this.  I really haven't gotten the sense the media has seen this as driven by the Democratic Party at all.

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tom2point0 wrote:
RussianCabbie_Lotteryfan wrote:

Very cool! Will that be part of the Rewatch Pod feed or somewhere separate?

Unfortunately not. Cory actually does a Doctor Who podcast already with some others called the Pod Doctors and while they cover the new episodes as they air, he wanted the Rewatch Podxast to focus on shows that arent ongoing.

For example: he had thought that we might do a Twin Peaks Rewatch but then when they announced the sequels episodes, doing a Rewatch of it would mean we would cover the new episode as well, changing it from a Rewatch.

I'd love to do a Who podcast myself but again the problem would be TIME! If I only had a Tardis...

A Twin Peaks rewatch would have been great! Perhaps you'll get to it once this season finishes.  I don't think there will be anymore so it will fit into the Rewatch brand.

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tom2point0 wrote:

Thanks RC_L! Yeah the podcast and real life keep me busy! Plus, I have suddenly become a huge Doctor Who fan. BingeWatched the whole reboot from 2005 onto the present day in the last six months, enough to get caught up and buy the season pass for the current season AND see the premier episode in theatres. Now I'm into the Classic Who as well, starting my own Rewatch with the original 1963 Season 1!

Very cool! Will that be part of the Rewatch Pod feed or somewhere separate?

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Slider_Quinn21 wrote:

Why are people mad that Ed Sheeran guest starred on Game of Thrones?

maybe because it breaks the fourth wall sort of thing?  It's mixing universes!

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Tom, we have missed you around here.  It seems like your Rewatch kick has taken you away from us!  Glad though that the dynamic duo is still at it. You guys are great.  I'll definitely give it a try.

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Transmodiar wrote:

It's still online; it just looks like someone is converting it to a content management system. Be patient, young ones...

good to know!

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btw, it is sad to see dimensionofcontinuity.com is no longer with us..

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TemporalFlux wrote:

If I'm paying $1200 for a phone, it's going to be this one:

https://thumbs.worthpoint.com/zoom/images1/360/0713/09/sliders-original-timer-replica-full_360_3dbfc18ff53d6e81403e4ed8388729d3.jpg

Nice! Is that an original prop?

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Informant wrote:

I agree with that. That's the problem with our system right now, and why we need term limits. I think that there are some who would actually work to make a difference, but they don't have the power to do it.

Term limits for senators was one of the things trump actually had on his 100 day agenda.  I do believe it could do some good, but also think there's a learning curve and a know how to the role, so I have mixed feelings about it.  I'm not sure if career politicians is a good thing though.

Anyway, Trump wanted to set some very short limits.  But not surprisingly, nothing has happened with it.  It would be hard for anyone to pull off.

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TemporalFlux wrote:
RussianCabbie_Lotteryfan wrote:

Well, this is something else

https://twitter.com/BraddJaffy/status/8 … 3880429568

Trump's comments are very odd to say the least; but whenever I think of Mika, I think of this:

http://www.slate.com/content/dam/slate/blogs/xx_factor/2012/09/12/vanity_fair_profiles_mika_brzezinski_and_joe_scarborough_guess_who_poses_on_top_of_a_table_/1347389953723.jpg.CROP.rectangle3-large.jpg

I have no sympathy or respect for someone who allowed themself to be marketed as a piece of meat on a butcher block.  I mean, literally - a butcher block.  This is supposed to be some kind of journalist or respected authority on women's rights?

I just googled pictures of butcher blocks, and I'm not sure that is literally supposed to be one.  Maybe its just a table.  I think the whole photo could be interpreted differently.  But regardless, she can pose like that and hasn't lost any of my respect. I don't think she thinks of herself as a piece of meat at all, it's not like she's some guest on howard stern, she has a political talk show.

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Informant wrote:
RussianCabbie_Lotteryfan wrote:

Well, besides the fact that what he did feels quite wrong, one has to wonder if he's focused at the job at hand, at all.  It's almost as if he's in it for himself, and not the country, or even his supporters.  You get the impression with him it's as if the only reason he appreciates his supporters is what they do for him.  Like they are some tool.  Sad!


I hate to sound like I'm dismissing something that is obviously not good, but I have to say once again that Trump isn't even unusual for a President, aside from the fact that he's less graceful in dealing with the press. Obama's ego easily matched Trump's. It became such a joke that people started keeping count of how many times he mentioned himself in every speech he gave. He was petty. He was more interested in himself than any part of the general population. He went after his enemies, and used government departments to do it... sometimes quite illegally. And to make matters worse, the press was totally cleaning up after him, keeping all of his big stories buried down as far as possible. By the end, you had them praising him for going eight years without a scandal, which is ridiculous to anyone who has actually been following the news.

It's not just Obama. I mean... this is just politics. They didn't base House of Cards on Donald Trump, after all.


Like I said, I'm not dismissing the fact that this is bad, but people are acting as though Donald Trump is somehow the worst that there's ever been, and he's not. While he is very undignified in terms of how he presents himself and how he deals with people, his actual actions as President aren't even that bad when compared to others. Some part of me even appreciates the fact that there is absolutely no filter on him, because it saves me the time and effort of having to figure out the normal political double-speak.

I know that to people who just got off of eight years of having someone they liked in office, it must seem like a train just went off the rails. Not only do you have to deal with someone who has the personality of a Brillo pad, but you disagree with him on every issue, and then you have the press doing its best to make people feel like Dr. Evil was just elected and the world is doomed... it would suck to be a democrat these days. But, aside from the press creating stories and trying to cause panic in the public, you're pretty much just dealing with what the other side had been dealing with for eight years prior.

I'm not a fan of Donald Trump. I don't like him at all, actually. But I'm coming from a totally different direction from you. At times it might sound like I'm defending him, but the truth is that from where I'm sitting, Donald Trump is still a step up from where we were, and a hell of a lot better than where we could have gone.

Sorry to tell you this, but that sick feeling in your stomach isn't going away anytime soon. Believe me.

Forget Trumps problems and how he went about his issue with the Morning Joe folks.  It just seems like he's dicking around in the White House, the way an angry old dude would be living in a senior home, ranting at the tv. He's the president, and this stuff seems to be too large of his focus, get him way too riled up.  It's like he is constantly watching tv hoping for some sort of approval.  What about the people?  I just don't think truly doing the day to day of being a president really fits with his interests or capacities.  Moreover, I'm not sure he realizes the opportunity he has sitting in that role to do good. It's become an embarrassment at this point how disinterested he seems to be with the job and how much this whole thing is about Donald.

I don't feel like we have a president right now, at all, and I doubt most of America does either.  Hopefully we do some self-examination at what got us into this mess, and change for the better, but it will likely take much longer than an election cycle or more to get this whole Republican-Democrat, Coastal-Inland thing worked out.

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Hillary-Donald II would be a heck of a ratings draw.  Hopefully, though other quality candidates on both sides step up.  That's what tends to happen when things get terrible, the best people realize they are needed and step up.

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Slider_Quinn21 wrote:

Well, that sorta goes into what I was saying.  The guy is a kid, both mentally and emotionally.  If he wants to spend all day tweeting and golfing and being mad at people who were mean to him....isn't that exactly what we want?  If he's a bad leader....shouldn't we want him wasting his time?  It's embarrassing but he's going to be an embarrassment either way.  Wouldn't we rather he be an embarrassment that gets nothing done?

Well, sometimes I'm glad for it, but other times, I'm quite concerned.  I get the idea of not doing anything means no harm done, but there are people that are struggling and they need people in power to be working for them, rather than having to wait it out four years.

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Informant wrote:

Yeah, that's bad (if it's true), and unacceptable. But let's not act as though Trump is the first President to do something like this. Are we going to suddenly start acting shocked and outraged when a President targets his political enemies? (That is not me condoning it or excusing it. But I ran out of pearls to clutch a long time ago)


Bright side: at least he didn't use a federal agency to do his attacking! Using a tabloids must have saved taxpayers a ton of money!

Well, besides the fact that what he did feels quite wrong, one has to wonder if he's focused at the job at hand, at all.  It's almost as if he's in it for himself, and not the country, or even his supporters.  You get the impression with him it's as if the only reason he appreciates his supporters is what they do for him.  Like they are some tool.  Sad!

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Well, this is something else

https://twitter.com/BraddJaffy/status/8 … 3880429568

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Nice piece on the original Blade Runner, with a roundtable interview from some of the experts

http://www.thedigitalbits.com/columns/h … =hootsuite

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Slider_Quinn21 wrote:

That's just my guess.  The dude is in his mid-70s so it's hard to expect too much from him these days.


other than crashing planes, yea.

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Slider_Quinn21 wrote:

I have a feeling that Ford won't be in the movie all that much.  Might just be a minor part towards the end.  All the scenes he's in look like the same set piece, right?

that's a good point, i didn't think about that. i can't believe they have him wearing a grey t-shirt too.

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Informant wrote:

The movie does look pretty cool. I'm curious to see where the plot goes.

As for casting... I'm not a huge fan of either Gyllenhaal. I think they're both approaching Matt Damon/Leo DiCaprio levels of over-rated. So I prefer Ryan Gosling by far. smile

I'm surprised you prefer Gosling. To me, he seems like a choice of the studio to maximize the revenue potential on this flick, but he seems all wrong for the franchise.  Blade Runner takes place in a very gloomy environment. You need someone with some gruff and who can do downtrodden far better. I just don't think Gosling is right for that at all. Gynllenhaal would be excellent, imo, take a look at him in Prisoners.  Which is directed by the guy doing 2049. 

It's too bad though Ridley couldn't come back - he had to do the next Alien which of course bombed.

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Are there any Blade Runner fans here?

The new video looks pretty cool.  I don't love the cast (Jake Gyllenhaal should have starred) but the new footage has me more excited for the film than I was after the trailer first came out.

http://ew.com/movies/2017/06/21/blade-r … mentweekly

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Yep, there are ways to do different time periods even with the Sliders concept.

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Very cool! Another one of your legendary encounters!

Did you mention Sliders to Sasso? If so, what'd he say?

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I found the interviews really the only thing of value.  I'm not sure what the show recaps/synopsis offered all that much value in today's internet era. But the interviews were cool. Nothing explosive but there's definitely some unique stuff.

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I got it on Amazon for cheaper. I would get it from there.  It's not quite worth 20. However, it'd be noble thing to reward any bookstore that carries it, so if you have the $, it's worth taking that into consideration.

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Informant wrote:


It's amazing how much of this post is made up of me trying to explain a rather obvious opinion in a way that doesn't set off "racist" alarms in peoples heads. It should  have been a three sentence post! smile

Yes, I agree we can't have honest conversations to the point where it interferes with problem-solving.  And a lot of people just stay out of the conversation because the upside isn't worth it. And then some people take the risk and do so and it becomes a mess.  Humans aren't always the most impressive species.

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ireactions wrote:

**

In other news, I listened to half of the latest Sliderscast and... did not finish it. It was fine, there was nothing wrong with it.

The last portion of that episode was one of the more interesting conversations I think we've seen on the podcast so far.  Starts at about 1:12:45 mark.  I found it engaging, at least.

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Informant wrote:

I don't mean to make light of these attacks, but I find it absolutely baffling to see people carefully stepping around the extremist elephant in the room as they discuss how we should be addressing terrorism going forward. Some have the nerve to say that we should get used to it, or we should have sympathy for the hardships that the terrorists have faced. Screw that. All of my sympathy is tied up elsewhere.

A lot of it just comes down to what makes us safer, and the debate around that. I think everyone generally understands the problem similarly, but there's disagreement on how to deal with it.

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I do think Sliders was a bit ahead of its time.  The problem was perhaps it wasn't quite the mass, mass consumer product FOX needed to support its ratings requirements.  Sliders at its best was clever and the team-work aspect of it appealed to bright people -- but not all of America is super bright... and that's why they pushed it into the adventure, dinosaur, movie-of-the-week template. To appeal to a "broader" audience.

Nowadays, on another network, Sliders wouldn't have to draw stupendous ratings but could find its audience - folks of above-average intellect who like the teamwork aspect of the show and not always resorting to guns/brute force to solve problems.  When Sliders moved to cable, SyFy's household reach wasn't quite as significant as it is now.. "cable" wasn't quite "cable" yet... so of course that impacted the budget, and its not like they could produce a lot of quality.
 
I just think the problem back then was you either needed to be huge or it was unstainable, or small and cheapish.  The spectrum for different models wasn't quite there. So yea, I think it was ahead of its time. It's why we all love it still but it just couldn't make FOX money. And if you look at some of the episodes that did well in the ratings, FOX wasn't necessarily wrong about what drove tune in.  A lot of the crap in season 3 got some of the higher ratings. 

This is why X-Files was really such a gem. It was smart but also got great ratings. Hard to do.

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Slider_Quinn21 wrote:

Anyone else watch 12 Monkeys on Sci-Fi (I won't call it by its new name)?  I've really liked it so far, and I was a little worried when they announced they were going to release the entire season over one weekend (4 episodes Friday, 3 each on Saturday and Sunday).  Especially after they'd announced that it was renewed for season 4 and cancelled after that.  They released a trailer for season 3 months earlier, and I was worried that the season was terrible (and that the network was simply renewing to make up for extra costs and dumping the subpar season 3 so not to waste valuable airtime).

I'm almost done with the season 3 binge, and I've been impressed.  It's not groundbreaking television by any means, but the show is fun and the characters are interesting.  The network said they thought the show worked as a "binge-worthy" show, and since I've watched the whole season in a couple of weeks, they might be right.

I have no idea if the binge strategy benefits the network or not.  I'm assuming the vast majority of people DVRed the season, and those results expire, right?  But if it worked for them, do you think this is something that other networks would try?

Does anyone else watch?

I had it on that weekend.  They have an excellent show.   It probably does better suit binge watching.  The broadcast was done that way because the previous ratings sucked.  They burned off s3 and are giving it a proper closure by ordering a s4 because the executives know its quality scifi and they dont want to pissoff the hardcore scifi base who invested time into it not to mention create bad press from critics.

I think there just might be so much quality serial drama out there shows like that where you really have to have a handle on whats going on may be taking a ratings hit.  Who can keep all this stuff anymore?  Eventually the number will decrease but production is at a high with streaming services investing and taking a loss on the content and a lot of cable channels fighting for their future and being aggressive as well.

But its already starting to change... esquire network is gonna be dead, a&e and mtv are just going to do reality moving forwardm. The shift away from the golden age is already starting. A good show like 12 Monkeys getting low ratings and having a season burned off over a weekend was basically a sign that the marketplace needed to correct itself because consumers cant handle all of these "10 hour movies".

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Informant wrote:

except that if Comey took anything Trump did as an attempt to sway an investigation, he was obligated to report it. He didn't.

I certainly think that's an issue.  I'm not sure what he was planning, but it should be addressed if this escalates.

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pilight wrote:
Informant wrote:

Are we talking about discovering the truth here, or are we discussing finding any excuse to get rid of Trump? If it's the first option, people are putting the cart before the horse. If it's the second option... Have fun with that.

There appears to be plenty of proof to convict Flynn.  If it's as bad as it looks, it becomes a game of what-did-he-know-and-when-did-he-know-it with Trump and other senior officials.

The obstruction of justice thing in itself could be the end. Whether he did or not is open to interpretation - assuming he said what the Comey memo indicates. If there is the political will to get him out of the way,  folks in congress could decide it falls under obstruction.

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Informant wrote:

Are we talking about discovering the truth here, or are we discussing finding any excuse to get rid of Trump? If it's the first option, people are putting the cart before the horse. If it's the second option... Have fun with that.

Any politician is motivated significantly by the ability to move their agenda. With all the chaos going on, which I think is disrupting getting things done, surely at a certain point if they feel there's enough of a smoking gun AND they won't get too much flack from their constituents, I think they will make their move.

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The ride would be so much smoother for republicans with pence or ryan but they need the political capital to get rid of trump or the citizens in their communities will have bone to pick with them.  it doesn't hurt that trump is losing supporters, i guess. at some point it may reach a tipping point, and republican congress acts.

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Midseason 2018!
http://screenrant.com/x-files-2018-midseason-premiere/

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WOW!
http://deadline.com/2017/05/timeless-re … 202092878/

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Really sorry to hear that. Pets are as much members of our family as humans are.

Is it possible whatever caused the skin infection just became worse? I also wonder if he had a wound and then caught something at the vet.

It's so sad to hear about your dog, my condolences.

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ireactions wrote:

The only concrete piece of info I have about this upcoming story arc -- it involves aliens having infiltrated the Trump administration.

Chris Carter isn't really involved in the comics. For the comic book SEASON 10, Carter consulted on the first five issues. Writer Joe Harris wanted the villain of SEASON 10 to be a teenaged William with telekinetic and psychic powers, taking control of the Colonists and Rebels with a new faction called the Believers. But Carter vetoed this, saying he wanted William saved for THE X-FILES III if it ever happened.

Carter also provided some guidance so that Harris could steer clear of any plots that would contradict a future feature film finale. But we got a TV series instead, Carter had a different vision for THE X-FILES on TV and the comics became part of an alternate universe that wrapped up (somewhat abruptly) before the comics shifted to the Revival universe (with the same writer). While Carter's name is on the covers and he has an Executive Producer credit and he reads the comic scripts, he's not driving it creatively.

Anyway. Joe Harris and I are of very similar mindsets politically and creatively -- his X-FILES comics are essentially the X-FILES version of SLIDERS REBORN (obsessive love letters to the legacy and history of an unfinished TV show), right to the point of using the same title in our stories where icons of 90s sci-fi TV take on Donald Trump.

So, keeping with that, I imagine a situation where Mulder's old friend, Senator Matheson, recruits Mulder and Scully to investigate potential sleeper agents in the White House administration. It's revealed that the sleepers are actually the fire aliens introduced in THE X-FILES #1 (2017) that have been taking over human hosts for some unknown endgame, and Mulder and Scully find themselves forced to protect Trump and his staff from an enemy only they can fight, wrestling with the conflicts between their beliefs and their duty.

Continuing with the conceit that Harris and I think the same, I'd never have the sliders -- or Mulder and Scully -- defeat Donald Trump. In fact, I think it would be critical that Quinn, Mulder and Scully end completely beaten but score some sort of symbolic, moral victory.

Thanks for the info. It sounds interesting. I don't think it will piss anyone off, though it's clear with the Resistance title he's taking a subtle shot, and I would imagine Chris OK'd it.

I once had heard a really good interview with Joe on one of the X-Files podcasts.  Would you happen to have a link or know the podcast name of the latest interview you mentioned?

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They'll probably make it about the Trump admin covering up Aliens or something. If they do take on other stuff (eg Policies, the Russia stuff etc), I think they'll get a surge of PR and praise, but my hunch is the feeling over time might be that it ultimately veeers too much into a territory folks don't think the X-Files should be operating in.

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ireactions wrote:

Well, it's happening. Currently, it looks like FOX is renegotiating the comics licence with IDW and this five issue arc is conceivably the final set of TXF comics from this publisher.

Wow, some move. This may be a stupid question but do we know anything about Carter's politics?  I know he ran a surfing magazine so I can guess but from what I've seen he's always steered clear of commenting directly on it.

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Given x-files' ties to fox, a mass audience network with viewers everywhere not to mention all of the other stuff (murdoch, fox news), its hard for me to believe even the comics would explicitedly mention Trump or be over the top obvious insinuating it.

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Informant wrote:

I'm not sure that's necessarily true. From December 2015 to April 2016, Gillian was filming The Fall (a series that she had a prior commitment to). Then she was signed onto American God, which started filming around the time that The Fall was finishing. I don't know how involved she is with American Gods, but her being committed at all would make it hard for them to schedule The X-Files.

So she has really been busy since they filmed the original revival, and since they didn't sign her or David to multi-year contracts right away, she really had no choice but to pursue other work while others worked out the X-Files details. I'm sure that she was negotiating for more money as well, but that goes hand in hand with her being a steadily-working actress.

She was booked for The Fall and American Gods for a long, long time, and it still took all this extra time for them to finally reach an agreement on X-Files.

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My hunch is Gillian was holding out on $ and perhaps finally gave in. It took so long for them to get a deal done, and lo and behold they are filming this summer. It does not sound like a "scheduling" thing to me as had been the official word during negotiations.

Yea FOX definitely wanted to do it. With enough episodes and at the right costs.

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Yep!  Supposedly they may try to fit it into the fall, although I don't see that happening.

Hopefully the rush into production doesn't affect the quality.

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Excellent job guys! Thanks for another great episode!

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Yea, I was familiar with the existence of the comics (and some of the other X-Files media being put out). wink It's great to see Gillian and David voicing some of these stories.

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I love that they are doing that. Makes the weight for a new season a bit easier.

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Very cool Matt! Definitely great to see.

Happy 22nd everyone!

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It's on one of the broadcast networks.  I saw the first episode, was pretty decent.