Some quick thoughts about the first three episodes…

No, I don’t have a new story to share, but I do have a few quick thoughts about the first three episodes of season 11.

My Struggle III: While I loved the rush I got from watching Mulder and Scully in action again after such a long time, I really didn’t like the way the ep ended. I don’t buy that CSM is William’s father, not Mulder. Could he have drugged Scully in En Ami and given her some type of drug that made her more fertile so she was able to become pregnant with William? Possibly…but in my gut, I just don’t think the writers are going to slap the fans in the face by making CSM William’s dad despite the fact that they’ve written numerous questionable things that have disappointed me over the years.

This: I really enjoyed the nonstop action of this ep. From start to finish, my adrenaline was on high alert, and I liked seeing Mulder and Scully kicking butt and taking names.;) I also liked seeing Langly again and how M & S worked as a team to put the clues together. As for Skinner, I like it when he works WITH them, not against them…not sure yet from these first two eps if what’s going on with him is shady or if it’s going to turn out that he’s been protecting or helping M & S…

Plus One: I really liked this one! Was the bedtime conversation a little off? Yes, some of the dialogue was a bit clunky, but I liked their close proximity and the intimate tone of their voices during the conversation. I really liked the comfortableness between them throughout the ep, and I especially liked that final look that Mulder gave Scully when she opened the door and he was standing there waiting for her.:) As for the x-file itself, I liked it and thought that Karin Konoval did a great job as both Judy and Chucky.

So, what did you think of the first three episodes? Let me know in the comments section below. And one last side note—the previews for next week’s ep by Darin Morgan look like a lot of fun!:)



2 thoughts on “Some quick thoughts about the first three episodes…

  1. Alyssa

    I didn’t care for the 1st episode, except for having M&S back on screen again. I enjoyed the pace and story of the 2nd episode. And I have yet to watch episodes 3 and 4. Overall, I have to say that I’m not that impressed. Are we half way through this “season” already?

    • touchstone98

      The season is 10 episodes, and so far five of them have aired. I didn’t care that much for MS3, but I have enjoyed all the other eps. The Lost Art of Forehead Sweat was a Darin Morgan goodie and had me laughing on numerous occasions. Have you watched that one yet?

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