X FILE 11291093

File updated            12/1/94

Fox Network Programming
Twentieth Century Fox Television
Ten Thirteen Productions
"The X Files," hour-long television drama airing Fridays at 9 p.m. 
Eastern/Pacific (U.S.), 8 p.m. Central/Mountain (U.S.), and in 56 other 
countries around the world, including Canada (Global Television); the United 
Kingdom (BBC2); New Zealand (Channel 2); Australia; Singapore; Portugal; 
Germany; Korea; The Netherlands; Norway; Sweden; France; and Italy. It is also 
shown on cable services in Latin America through Fox TV out of Mexico. Rumor has
it that the show will be released on video in Japan.

This report is eyes-only with a level 2 clearance. The information is updated 
monthly and is posted on the first day of the month to alt.tv.x
-files and rec.arts.sf.tv. 
    Information contained is compiled by Special Agent Pat Gonzales, team leader
for XF Case 11291093. Agents may download and redistribute the report in its 
entirety with the copyright notice intact, but may not reproduce for payment. 
Any other use of this information is prohibited without permission from the team
leader. This by no means is meant to infringe on any copyrights held by Chris 
Carter, Ten Thirteen Productions, or 20th Century Fox Television.
    Deep background on agents Mulder and Scully was the determination of the 
team leader, and in no way is intended to be the definitive interpretation of 
the events aired. Typographic errors are the sole responsibility of the team 
    Information gleaned from episodes will be indicated by the episode title 
following in [brackets]. Information gleaned from media articles will be 
indicated by the media venue indicated in [brackets]. Information gleaned from 
novels will be indicated by the title listed in [brackets].

     Production Notes
     Episode Titles / Air Dates
     Deep Background - Fox Mulder
     Deep Background - Dana Scully
     FBI Superiors
     Recurring Characters
     The Romantic Angle
     The Pregnancy
     Deep Background - David Duchovny
     Deep Background - Gillian Anderson
     Mailing List
     Fan Club/Fanzines/Convention Apearances
     X Files Episode Survey
     Miscellaneous Information
     FTP Sites

_The X Files_ is a television series dealing with two FBI agents, Fox Mulder and
Dana Scully, in the Bureau's Violent Crimes section. They work with the "X 
files," cases that have unexplainable elements and often involve the paranormal.

/Production Notes/
The series was created by Chris Carter.
    Executive producers for the show include Carter, James Wong and Glen Morgan,
and R.W. Goodwin. The show's supervising producer is Howard Gordon, and the 
co-producer is Paul Rabwin. Paul Brown and David Nutter are producers.
show is filmed almost entirely in Vancouver, British Columbia.
    _The X Files_ is *not based on true events or real FBI X files.* The 
episodes are fiction, the plots loosely based on news reports of unexplained 
events around the world and other unexplained phenomena. The pilot does open 
with a note saying that the events were based on an actual real-life story, but 
was put there for effect.

If you wish to write in support of the show, the addresses are:

    Chris Carter , Executive Producer, "The X Files," c/o Fox Broadcasting 
Company, P.O. Box 900, Beverly Hills, CA 90213

    Jonathan Littman, Director of Current Programming, Fox Broadcasting Company,
P.O. Box 900, Beverly Hills, CA 90213

    Fan mail to Duchovny and Anderson can be sent to: (actor's name), c/o X 
Files Production Office, North Shore Studios, Building 10, 110-555 Brooksbank 
Ave., North Vancouver, B.C. V7J 3S5  CANADA

   The Fox Network has an Internet address to which you can e-mail your comment 
on the series. Charles Kenne
dy, Vice President of Programming Research, is the contact. The address is: 
Foxnet@delphi.com. If you send e-mail, indicate "X Files" in the subject line. 
The X Files production company has e-mail addresses through Delphi.

/Episode Titles - Air Dates/
An episode guide is being kept by Cliff Chen, cliff@blue.seas.upenn.edu. It is 
posted on the first of every month to alt.tv.x-files and rec.arts.sf.tv. A copy 
of this episode guide is stored at the FTP sites listed at the end of this 

Season 1 History
Code    Episode -- Air Dates (original * repeats)
----         -------                  ---------
1X79  "The X-Files" (1.1) -- 9/10/93 * 1/17/94, 11/6/94
1X01  "Deep Throat" (1.2) -- 9/17/93 * 12/24/93, 6/24/94
1X02  "Squeeze" (1.3) -- 9/24/93 * 12/ 3/93, 6/10/94
1X03  "Conduit" (1.4) -- 10/ 1/93 * 12/14/93, 5/27/94
1X04  "Jersey Devil" (1.5) -- 10/ 8/93 * 12/31/93, 7/22/94
1X05  "Shadows" (1.6) -- 10/22/93 * 3/ 4/94
1X06  "Ghost in the Machine" (1.7) -- 10/29/93 * 1/14/94
1X07  "Ice" (
1.8) -- 11/ 5/93 * 1/17/94 (and 8/12/94 in some areas)
1X08  "Space" (1.9) -- 11/12/93 * 1/28/94, 8/22/94
1X09  "Fallen Angel" (1.10) -- 11/19/93 * 3/29/94, 11/13/94
1X10  "Eve" (1.11) -- 12/10/93 * 3/11/94, 8/26/94
1X11  "Fire" (1.12) --  12/17/93 * 3/25/94, 11/20/94
1X12  "Beyond the Sea" (1.13) -- 1/ 7/94 * 4/8/94
1X13  "GenderBender" (1.14) -- 1/21/94 * 5/20/94
1X14  "Lazarus" (1.15) -- 2/ 4/94 * 6/3/94, 9/2/94
1X15  "Young at Heart" (1.16) -- 2/11/94 * 6/17/94
1X16  "E.B.E." (1.17) -- 2/18/94 * 7/8/94, 11/27/94
1X17  "Miracle Man" (1.18) -- 3/18/94 * 7/1/94
1X18  "Shapes" (1.19) -- 4/ 1/94 * 10/28/94
1X19  "Darkness Falls" (1.20) -- 4/15/94 * 8/5/94, 12/2/94
1X20  "Tooms" (1.21) -- 4/22/94 * 7/15/94
1X21  "Born Again" (1.22) -- 4/29/94 * 8/22/94
1X22  "Roland" (1.23) -- 5/6/94 * 7/29/94
1X23   "The Erlenmeyer Flask" (1.24) -- 5/13/94 * 9/9/94

Season 2 Episode Titles
2X01  "Little Green Men" -- 9/16/94
2X02  "The Host" -- 9/23/94 
2X03  "Blood" -- 9/30/94
2X04  "Sleepless" -- 10/7/94
X05  "Duane Barry" -- 10/14/94
2X06  "Ascension" -- 10/21/94
2X07  "3" -- 11/4/94
2X08  "One Breath" -- 11/11/94
2X09  "Firewalker" -- 11/18/94
Dec. 2 -- Red Museum 
Dec. 9? -- Excelsius Dei 
TBD -- Aubrey
TBD -- Irresistible

Individuals in North America with satellite dishes can get the feeds for X Files
on Thursday at noon ET on Telstar 1, transponder 9; or Friday at 6 p.m. ET on 
Telstar 1, transponder 4. The live broadcast feed for X Files is sent on Telstar
1, transponder 13 (east feed) at 9 p.m. ET.

/Deep Background-Fox Mulder/
Agent Fox Mulder, an Oxford-trained psychologist with a photographic memory, is 
one of the FBI Violent Crimes division's best agents, although he is in disfavor
with not only his superiors but also his colleagues because of his interest in 
the Bureau's X files. He stumbled upon these files, dealing with unexplained 
phenomena, during his first three years with the Bureau, as a crack analyst in 
the Bureau's behavioral sciences department. [Chris Carter, _Starlog #201_, Apr
il 1994]
    His fascination with the paranormal stems from a childhood incident -- his 
sister Samantha disappeared from their home in Chilmark, Mass. (pop. 650) when 
he was 12 and she was 8. Mulder claims she was abducted by aliens; during 
regressions he recalled hearing his sister's cries for help, and a bright light 
which kept him paralyzed and told him that his sister would be all right. 
[Conduit] This  memory differs from a dream Mulder experienced one night [Little
Green Men].
    Mulder's early meteoric rise at the Bureau enabled him to make high-placed 
friends in Congress -- one of them being SETI proponent and influential senator 
Richard Matheson [Little Green Men].  These contacts had kept him from 
retribution from higher-ups, although they assigned him a partner, with the 
tacit idea of discrediting what he does so that he can be dismissed. However, 
Mulder picked up a somewhat vacillating ally in a mysterious covert individual 
known as Deep Throat. [Deep Throat, Fallen Angel, Eve, Young at Heart, E.
B.E., Erlenmeyer Flask]. 
    Deep Throat was killed by an equally mysterious covert opponent (Crew Cut 
Man) during an attempt to rescue Mulder. Mulder confirmed his burial at 
Arlington "through eight-power binoculars from a thousand yards away." [Little 
Green Men]. But he has acquired a second "deep information" associate, someone 
who calls himself Mr. X. [Sleepless] This mysterious man has been less than 
helpful to Mulder than his dead colleague. Mulder has also been told by an 
unknown individual that he has "a friend in the FBI" [The Host]. This friend was
discovered to be Assistant Director Skinner [One Breath].
    At the end of Season 1, the X Files division was shut down and Mulder was 
reassignedto wiretap surveillance [Little Green Men, The Host]. He also 
reluctantly acquired a new partner, Special Agent Alex Krycek [Sleepless, Duane 
Barry, Ascension], a younger agent who purported to be a believer, not only in 
Mulder's ideas but in Mulder himself. But Mulder's days in this mind-numbing 
duty were numb
ered. Assistant Director Skinner obliquely acknowledged that the X Files bureau 
served a valuable purpose in dealing successfully with the Bureau's oddball 
cases [The Host] and was bringing to light information that other covert parties
would prefer to keep buried [Ascension]. Following the disappearance of Mulder's
former partner Dana Scully, Skinner officially reopened the X Files [Ascension].
    Mulder is known around the Bureau by the nickname of "Spooky" [Pilot, Young 
at Heart] because of his interest in paranormal phenomena. "He is considered a 
loose cannon, a person who is maybe wasting time and money, and also his 
expertise, on an area the Bureau thinks has very little value." [Carter, 
Starlog]  Due to an incident on one of his first Bureau assignments (a fellow 
agent was killed) [Young at Heart], he eschews following investigations "by the 
book," opting instead for his own instincts and methods. He keeps notes for his 
field reports in a handwritten journal [Born Again].
    We believe Mulder doesn't
 "have a life," as we have seen nothing of his off-duty activities. However, 
some of this may stem from a relationship he had at Oxford ten years ago with a 
woman who is now with Scotland Yard (Phoebe Green [Fire]). He apparently was in 
love with her but she not with him. With the dissolution of the X Files 
division, however, Mulder may have been trying to revive his social life; an 
answering machine message berated him for missing a lunch date [Little Green 
    Mulder has a fear of fire [Fire], which may have been conquered during his 
rescue of the children of British MP Sir Malcolm Marsden (who also happened to 
be Phoebe's latest fling). He is also a fan of the National Aeronautics and 
Space Administration (NASA). [Space] He has a habit of unshelling shelled 
sunflower seeds, and making droll comments which X-Philes have come to note as 
    Mulder enjoys wearing wild ties to work, and seems to be a New York Knicks 
fan.  He appears to had a fondness for classic rock [minor references, Be
yond the Sea, Gender Bender] and classic science fiction movies [Tooms, 
Erlenmeyer Flask], and iced tea seems to be his nonalcoholic beverage of choice 
[Tooms]. There are "hints" that Mulder has an interest in pornography -- in one 
episode, we see Mulder looking at the centerfold of some "men's magazine" 
talking about how the woman claims she was abducted by aliens; in another 
episode Scully remarks that she hadn't seen Mulder that excited since she caught
him going through the Adult Video News; a third episode mentions a subscription 
to Celebrity Skin. As a psychologist, he favors using hypnotic regression as a 
psychological healing tool, and hates the unnecessary use of medication [Born 

/Deep Background - Dana Scully/
Dana Katherine Scully is a medical doctor with an undergraduate degree in 
physics from the University of Maryland [Jersey Devil]. She was recruited for 
the FBI right out of medical school, and had been teaching at the FBI Academy in
Quantico, Va. She was assigned by Section Chief Scot
t Blevins to be Mulder's partner in order to keep an eye on him and determine 
whether he is perhaps too obsessed with the X files.
    Scully is skeptical of anything paranormal, believing that everything has a 
logical, scientifically-quantified explanation. Though in most of the cases she 
and Mulder have been on she has not witnessed any overt paranormal activities, 
she has had brushes with unexplainable phenomena that may have her start 
questioning her beliefs [Beyond the Sea; Lazarus; Born Again; Erlenmeyer Flask].
    At the end of Season 1, the X Files division was shut down and Scully was 
reassigned, returning to the FBI academy at Quantico, Va. to isntruct new agents
on the bascis of forensic medicine [Little Green Men]. However, Mulder has 
called upon her expertise in violent crime cases to which he has been assigned 
[The Host, Blood]. Scully was abducted by escaped mental patient Duane Barry and
disappeared [Ascension]. After a three-minth absence, she showed up at a 
Georgetown hospital in a coma {On
e Breath]. She revived and recovered, and is back as Mulder's partner.
    Scully is a middle child; she has one older and one younger brother [Born 
Again], and an older sister, Melissa [One Breath]. Her father died early in 
1994; they were apparently close at one time (she called him Ahab; he called her
Starbuck), but her family disapproved of her joining the Bureau. [Beyond the 
Sea] She had a yearlong relationship with an instructor at the Academy, Jack 
Willis, with whom she shared the same birthdate (Feb. 23). [Lazarus] She is just
as much a workaholic as Mulder, and is currently not seeing anyone [Jersey 
    Scully drinks her coffee with cream, no sugar [E.B.E.]. She was raised as a 
Catholic [Miracle Man]. She wears a necklace bearing a small cross, which was 
left behind in the car in which she was abducted [Ascension] and was returned to
her by Mulder [One Breath].

/FBI Superiors/
Section Chief Scott Blevins (Charles Cioffi) is with the Violent Crimes Section 
of the Bureau. [Pilot] Blevins assig
ned Scully to be Mulder's partner, and her field reports are sent to his office.
[early episodes]

Section Chief Joseph McGrath (Frederick Coffin) is with the Office of 
Professional Responsibility [Fallen Angel] and seemed determined to have Mulder 
fired and the X Files shut down.

Assistant Director Walter S. Skinner (Mitch Pileggi) is one of the Bureau 
higher-ups reading Scully's reports. He warned both Scully and Mulder that their
unorthodox methods of investiation may have dire consequences [Tooms], and 
followed through by shutting down the X Files division at an order from the 
highest levels of government [Erlenmeyer Flask]. He has since had second 
throughts and has reopened the X Files [Ascension], and overtly showed his 
support for Mulder and the X files [One Breath].

/Recurring Characters/
[Season 1] "Deep Throat" (Jerry Hardin) is a mysterious individual believed to 
be some sort of higher-up government official. Mulder contacted him via a blue 
light shining from his apartment window; DT called Mulde
r and signaled him with a series of clicks [E.B.E.]. The method of choosing a 
meeting place was not determined. He appears to have been exterminated in the 
episode "The Erlenmeyer Flask."
      Speculation on Deep Throat is contained in Internal Affairs X-File Inquiry
#875110-6249 [aka the Deep Throat FAQ, posted by Special Agent Jeff Gostin].

[Season 1 and 2] "Cigarette Smoking Man" (William B. Davis) is another 
mysterious individual who, like Deep Throat, appears to be a higher-up 
government official with some power. Assistant Director Skinner seemed to be 
deferring to his opinion early in our notice of him [Tooms] but Skinner ordered 
him out of his office during a discussion with Mulder after the agent had 
abandoned his assignment to investigate possible alien contact in Puerto Rico 
[Little Green Men]. CSM also kept a silent watch on the proceedings in Blevins's
and Skinner's offices and buried vital evidence in a secret Pentagon storage 
room [Pilot, Erlenmeyer Flask]. He also used Special Agent Alex Kryc
ek to keep an eye on Mulder and any of Mulder's investigations [Sleepless, Duane
Barry, Ascension]. Mulder pulled a gun on him and threatened him with death in 
his studio apartment (at 900 W. Georgia St.) [One Breath].

[Season 2] "Special Agent Alex Krycek" (Nicholas Lea) moved into the role of 
Mulder's partner with the unexplained murders of former Vietnam veterans 
[Sleepless]. We discovered, however, that Krycek had a hidden agenda, as a 
lackey for Cigarette Smoking Man: keep an eye on Mulder and keep him from 
finding out information that would bring certain covert activities to light 
[Sleepless, Ascension]. With the disappearance of Dana Scully and the reopening 
of the X Files, Krycek himself has disappeared [Ascension].

[Season 2] "Mr. X" (Steven Williams), an acquaintance of Deep Throat, is even 
more mysterious than his predecessor. Mr. X's information is even more 
reluctantly shared. Mulder at this point apparently cannot contact Mr. X, 
although he attempted to by taping an X to his front window and s
hining a light through it [One Breath].

/The Romance Aspect/
There will be *no romance* between Fox Mulder and Dana Scully.
    Everyone readily admits that there is some attraction, a "sexual tension," 
between the characters. However, neither series creator Chris Carter, nor actors
David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson, nor most X-Philes, want a full-blown 
romance to develop.
    Carter "firmly believes that a series can be 'ruined' if the characters 
cross the boundaries of sexual tension." [Starlog #201, April 1994]
    Anderson [Starlog Platinum #2] says, "I don't want that to happen, David 
doesn't want that to happen, [Chris Carter] I don't think wants that to happen. 
The show's not about intimacy between us; it would be a huge mistake to make it 
about that. Both of our characters are single-minded about our work and 
respectful enough not to complicate it in any way. We [eventually] warm up to 
each other, and there are times when there's more sexual tension than others, 
but it's not going to be a romantic 
    Duchovny's viewpoint [Starlog #202, May 1994]: "Having a friendship and a 
professional working relationship with a woman is much more interesting....It's 
very easy to just jump into bed. That doesn't take much imagination."
    So: don't even think about it!

/The Pregnancy/
Although actress Gillian Anderson was pregnant, her condition was not reflected 
in the show's scripts. Contrary to published rumors, the character of Dana 
Scully will *not* be pregnant -- by aliens, Elvis :-), or otherwise. Anderson 
appeared in the first six episodes of the season and was written purposely out 
of the seventh. She returned in the eighth episode, "One Breath.". The 
production company filmed "creatively" to disguise the pregnancy,.
    Anderson gave birth to a daughter, Piper, on Sept. 25.

/Deep Background-Chris Carter/
Chris Carter, 37, began his career as a screenwriter in 1985 at The Walt Disney 
Studios. Previously, Carter had been working as a freelance journalist, writing 
and traveling extensively abroad. At Disney, Carter wrote and produced several 
television movies in addition to the television pilot _Cameo by Night_ for NBC 
and _The Nanny_, a sitcom for The Disney Channel. He took a short leave of 
absence from Disney to co-produce the second season of the comedy series _Rags 
to Riches_,  starring Joe Bologna, and returned in 1989 to create and executive 
produce "Brand New Life," a recurring comedy series which ran as part of a 
rotating schedule on Disney's Sunday night lineup. [Fox press packet for _X 

/Deep Background - David Duchovny/
David Duchovny, 34, is probably best known for his memorable role as the 
transvestite detective Dennis/Denise in the television series "Twin Peaks." A 
native New Yorker, Duchovny graduated from Princeton University and then earned 
a graduate degr
ee in English literature at Yale University, preparing for a career as a 
teacher. While at Yale, he began commuting to New York to study acting and was 
soon appearing in off-Broadway plays. In 1987, in the midst of his doctoral 
studies, he left Yale to pursue acting full time.  
    Duchovny (pronounced Doo-kuv'-nee), 6'1" tall, was born August 7, 1960. His 
parents, Amran (a publicist for the American Jewish Committee) and Margaret (an 
elementary school teacher) divorced when he was 11. He has one brother, Daniel, 
and a sister, Laurie. He has a girlfriend, actresss Perrey Reeves, and resides 
in Malibu, Calif. [Fox press packet for _X Files_ and _People_ magazine, April 
18, 1994 issue]
    A FAQ on Duchovny is posted on the first of the month by Kellie 
Matthews-Simmons (matthewk@ucsu.colorado.edu) and Sarah Stegall 

New Years Day					1988
Working Girl					1988
Bad Influence    					1988, 1989
"Twin Peaks"    					1990
The Rapture      					1991
Julia Has Two Lovers				
Don't Tell Mom the Babysitter's Dead		1991
Denial						1991
Venice/Venice					1992
Ruby							1992
"Red Shoe Diaries"			1992--present
Chaplin						1992
Beethoven						1992
"Baby Snatcher"					1992
Kalifornia						1993
"The X Files"					1993

/Deep Background - Gillian Anderson/
Gillian Anderson first gained recognition as an actresss for her off-Broadway 
performance in Alan Ayckbourne's "Absent Friends" at the Manhattan Theater Club,
for which she won a Theatre World Award. Her love of theater began in high 
school where she participated in community theater. In college, Anderson studies
with the National Theater of Great Britain at Cornell University in Ithaca, 
N.Y., and then at the Goodman Theater School at Chicago's DePaul University, 
where she obtained her BFA degree. 
    Anderson, 5' 2" tall, was born August 9, and lives in Los Angeles.  [Fox 
press packet for _X Files_] She is married, and gave birth to a daughter, Piper,
on Sept. 24, 1994 She is not related in any way to Jo Anderson who appeared as
 Diana in the television show _Beauty and the Beast_.
    A FAQ on Anderson has been put together by Alan Sawyer 

Home Fires Burning			1992
"The X Files"				1993
"Exit to Eden" (audiotape)			1993

X Files shirts, mugs, and caps have made an appearance at various locations. 
Suncoast Pictures are carrying the above items; look for the store in a city 
near you. :-) Starland is carrying three officially-licensedT-shirts and two 
officially-licensed hats. They can be reached at 1-800-733-8735 for an 
illustrated flyer. Mail order company 800-TREKKER has T-shirts, caps, and mugs, 
and can be reached at 1-800-TREKKER.

Delphi is also selling a different group of official X Files merchandise through
their X Files Special Interest Group. A sweatshirt, t-shirt, mug, keychain, and 
letterjacket are available only through the SIG on Delphi.

Original novels are also in the works, to be written by award-winning horror 
writer Charles L. Grant and published by HarperP
rism. Grant is one of the most respected writers and editors in the fields of 
horror and fantasy, a winner of two Nebula awards for science fiction writing, 
and three World Fantasy Awards, and the British Fantasy Society's Life 
Achievement award. Grant is perhaps best known for his editing of the _Shadows_ 
and _Greystone Bay_ series of anthologies. [Tor book biography] The first X 
Files book, _Goblins_, is now available at bookstores.

Topps Comics has announced that they have acquired the rights to do an _X Files_
comic book, and are currently in production. The writer is Stefan Petrucha; 
artist is Charles Adlard; covers by Miran Kim. The first issue, entitled "Not to
be Opened Until X-Mas" is due in January. [Topps Copics is an arm of the 
baseball-card company, and currently produce comic books based on other TV and 
movie characters as well as the usual superheroes.]

An X Files CD with Mark Snow's music from the show is being mastered and will be
available later this year from Fox Music.

Also, there are r
umors that Fox is tentatively considering a big-screen X Files movie, and an _X 
Files_ spinoff.

/Mailing List/
There is an Internet mailing list for _The X Files_, run by Reid Fishler. To 
sign up for the list, send mail to x-files-request@chaos.bsu.edu, subject: 
SUBSCRIBE. For the digest version (mail is sent after 15 "pieces"), send mail to
x-files-digest-request@chaos.bsu.edu. To send mail to the list, mail to 
x-files@chaos.bsu.edu. To reach list administrator Fishler, send to 
x-files-request@chaos.bsu.edu, subject: MANUAL.

/Fan Club**Fanzines**Convention Appearances/
*Fan Club*
The X-Files Fan Club was formed with the sanction of 20th Century Fox and Ten 
Thirteen Productions in March 1994. A year's subscription is $20 ($30 Canadian).
The fan club, a nonprofit organization, plans to produce a newsletter/magazine 
every two months, containing news, interviews, pictures, episode guides, 
bibliographic information, more information on topics brought up in the show, 
and other items. Although net-fandom will be 
well represented (one section of the newsletter will be called "The Buzz from 
the Net"), the newsletter is targeted at general fandom. 
    Submissions are welcome! Electronic newsletter submissions may be sent to 
x-files@info.rutgers.edu. A postscript version of the fan club membership 
application may be ftp'd from ftp.rutgers.edu; the file is  
    For more information, send a SASE to:
    X Files Fan Club, P.O. Box 3138, Nashau, NH 03061-3138  or
    X Files Fan Club, c/o S. Bartle, 4404 Perry St., Vancouver, BC Canada V5N 

There is also an X Files fan club in Australia. Write to: The X Files Fan Club 
of Australia, P.O. Box 402, Niddrie Vic. 3042.

Deb Walsh (debwalsh@delphi.com or deb walsh@aol.com; 2 Spring Hill Terrace, 
Somerville, MA 02143) publishes a fanzine called _The Manifest_ which deals with
various  paranormal-oriented television shows, including _The X Files_.  Issue 
#2, with two long X Files stories, is now available. E-mail or send a SASE for 
re information.

_Incident UXP_ is an _X Files_ fanzine being published by Debbie Roberts of  
Hangar X Publishing, 2419 N. Tejon St., Colorado Springs, CO 80907. Issue #1 is 
now available. Send a SASE for more information.

OtherWhen Press is planning a crossover fanzine (characters meet characters from
other media universes) called Crossfiles, which will include crossovers with the
_X Files_ universe. One confirmed story is an X Files/Real Ghostbusters story. 
Planned publication date is May 95. For information (send a SASE) or to reserve 
a copy ($5 and a SASE) write to OtherWhen Press, 722 Brownstone Rd., Larimer, PA

Mary Wardell is planning an _X Files_ fanzine called "Travels with Mulder." For 
more details and/or submission guidelines send an SASE to Prime Time Press, c/o 
Mary F. Wardell, 2104 SE 28th Place, Portland, OR 97214

Betsy Vera is planning an _X Files_ fanzine called "X-treme Possibilities." For 
more information or submissions guidelines, send a SASE to: Bentley Press, c/o 
Betsy Vera, 120
7 South State St. Ann Arbor, MI 48104, or e-mail her at 

"Impossible Dreams" is a Quantum Leap fanzine, but there is an X Files story in 
it. It should be available at present. For more information, send a SASE to Lucy
Green, MacWombat Press, 2500 Jackson-Keller #601, San Antonio, TX 78230.

"Of Dreams and Schemes" #9 has a long X Files/Highlander crossover. They are 
also looking for stories for OD&S 10. Submission deadline is Dec. 31, 1994. For 
more information, send a SASE to Catherine Schlein, 6755 Union St., Arvada, CO 

"Remote Control," a multi-fandom genzine, is looking for X Files submissions for
issue 5, due out in May 1995. For more information, send a SASE to Kathy Agel, 
9-11 Ayres Court, Bayonne, NJ, 07002-3510.

"Layup," an adult fiction zine based on the characters portrayed by David 
Duchovny, is looking for submissions. Deadline is April 1, 1995. For more 
information, e-mail AnnieOrbit@aol.com.

"Wrapped in Plastic" (a Twin Peaks fanzine) devoted a 
full issue to the X Files in August.  The 40-page issue contained a complete 
episode guide with commentary and analysis, map of the U.S. showing where each 
episode took place, and an interview with Gillian Anderson.
    The first printing sold out, and a second printing was done. WIP #12 is 
available from: Win-Mill Productions, 1912 E. Timberview Lane, Arlington, TX 
76014. Cost is $6 ($5 plus $1 postage).

*Convention appearances*
At present, none are scheduled.

/X-Files Episode Survey/
Gary Dontzig, a writer on _Murphy_Brown_, says, "I have a theory that out of 25 
episodes, if you do five that are spectacular, you're in the big leagues." 
That's a batting average of .200.
    An online survey of favorite episodes for first season was conducted by 
Charles McGrew. The results are below. How did your favorite episodes/writers 

Rating Scheme of 1 (Mediocre) to 4 (Spectacular):
Total number of Ballots received: 116

Episode Title -- Ave. Vote -- #of Votes/ "4" Votes 
----------------  ----    ---------  ---
----    ---------
Erlenmeyer Flask -- 3.74 -- 102/78    
Tooms  -- 3.60 -- 93/62    
Squeeze -- 3.56 -- 95/57
Beyond the Sea -- 3.52 -- 112/72
Ice -- 3.45 -- 108/60    
E.B.E.  -- 3.44 -- 90/54 
Deep Throat -- 3.43 -- 89/48   
Eve -- 3.36 -- 107/57    
The X-Files -- 3.36 -- 94/39    
Fire -- 3.02 -- 111/25    
Darkness Falls -- 3.01 -- 100/30    
Conduit -- 2.99 -- 91/23
Gender Bender -- 2.91 -- 106/25
Roland -- 2.86 -- 100/19
Lazarus -- 2.74 -- 99/9
Shadows  -- 2.74 -- 102/16
Young at Heart -- 2.64 -- 88/8
Miracle Man -- 2.58 -- 101/11
Born Again -- 2.53 -- 97/7
The Jersey Devi -- 94/8
Ghost in the Machine -- 1.99 -- 102/6
Space -- 1.72 -- 106/3

Total Show Average is 2.97

/Miscellaneous information/

As a result of an informal poll conducted Spring 94, net.fans of the _The X 
Files_ have chosen (with a 73% approval rating) to be called X-Philes. The name 
seems to have caught on in the media, with its use in many articles on the show 
and its online contacts.

There is a list of Mulderisms
 and Scullyisms being kept by Samuel Ziegler at ziegler@jhunix.hcf.jhu.edu. 
Contact Zieglar for more information.

Weapons:  Scully carries a Sig-Sauer P230.  Mulder currently uses a Sig Sauer 

So far Mulder has fired his gun four times (to scare away wolves [Conduit] to 
kill John Barnett [Young at Heart], at the shapeshifter creature [Shapes] and at
a possible alien being [Little Green Men] though no shot actually left the gun),
and Scully, three times (three shots to stop the air duct fan [Ghost in the 
Machine], once to wound Lucas Henry [Beyond the Sea], three shots, to kill [so 
we thought] Warren Dupre [Lazarus])

Both Mulder and Scully have been shot once (Mulder, critically, in the upper 
femur in Beyond the Sea; Scully, in the chest though wearing her protective 
vest, in Young at Heart).

For the morbid: X Files' death toll to date: 90 [through Firewalker/second 

Scully's FBI ID number is 2317-616, her home phone number is (202) 555-6431, 
[Ghost in the Machine.], her cellular phone number
 is 555-3564 [Sleepless], and her X File number is 73317.

Scully and Mulder met for the first time on March 6, 1992 X.T. (X Files Time) 

Mulder has a computer at home, and his password is TRUSTNO1. He was a fan of the
television show "The Magician" as a child. [Little Green Men] Mulder lives in an
apartment (#4) in Alexandria [Novel:Goblins]

Ten Thirteen's production crew has had cameos (names and bodies) in various 
episodes: First Assistant Director Tom Braidwood appeared as _Lone Gunman_ 
photographer Frolicke in "E.B.E.",  "Blood," and "One Breath," and his name was 
used as the person taking over Howard Graves's parking spot in "Shadows" and as 
Mulder's alias to get into the secured government compound in Washington State 
in "E.B.E." Ken Kirzinger, stunt coordinator, appeared as Richter in "Ice." Hair
Stylist Malcolm Marsden's name was used for the British PM in "Fire." Vladimir 
Stefoff, First Assistant Director, had his name (as Val Stefoff) used as 
Scully's alias to get into the compound in "E.

Story ideas: _The X Files_, like almost all network TV shows, does not accept 
unsolicited scripts or story ideas. If you have them, you will need to get 
yourself an agent to submit them to the show. Story ideas or scripts sent to the
show unagented will be returned or tossed in the trash. Ideas, scripts, and 
stories can be posted for other fans' enjoyment to the newsgroup 

/X Files FTP Sites/
Cory L. Scott (cls6@midway.uchicago.edu) runs a Macintosh FTP site at 
cybercow.rh.uchicago.edu .The opening theme has been digitized as .iff and .snd 
(mac) formats.The directory path is /pub/Xfiles. The opening music is in 
/pub/Xfiles/Song. Special Agent Scott also has other _X Files_ sounds for the 
Macintosh, this FAQ, the current Episode Guide and Deep Throat FAQ, and GIFs and
JPEGs as well.

Another FTP site is run at ftp.cs.nmt.edu, The FAQs, episode guide, music, 
images, and fan fiction can be obtained here.

A third FTP site is at ftp.rutgers.edu (/pub/x-files), storing only the grap
hic and sound files.

An FTP site in the UK, ftp.aston.ac.uk, carries the creative material, as does 
pc19101.pc.cc.cmu.edu, run by Eric Shapow, es5z+@andrew.cmu.edu.

Charles Mcgrew (mcgrew@klinzhai.rutgers.edu) has established an http server 
which contains an X Files mosaic page. This page includes the theme music, 
miscellaneous sound bites, this FAQ, Episode Guide, DT FAQ, pictures of the 
cast, and links to other FTP areas, among other things. The path is: 

Liam Bahneman (roland@cac.washington.edu) also has an X Files web server. Its 
menu is available at 

Other X Files Mosaic home pages are at


Team Leader:  Special Agent Pat Gonzales, gonza006@maroon.tc.umn.edu (Internet) 
or LauraHolt@aol.com (America Online)

Team members: Tonya Yount, Cliff Chen, Kris Jones, James Drentner, Cory Scott,  
Laura F. Jenkins, Jerry Jone
s, Charmaine Lazaro, John Anthony Ruchak, Jeff Gostin, Charles Mcgrew, Andrew 
Waite, Paula J. Vitaris. Michael A. Chary, Manuel A. Quesada, Scott Steyns, 
Ngaire Genge