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missstreeper:

Last year, you celebrated the 20th anniversary of The X-Files. What was the Comic-Con experience like for you?

DUCHOVNY: That was cool. We did the San Diego one, and that was fun because Chris was there, and a bunch of the writers were there: Vince Gilligan and Howard Gordon. I did one in New York with Gillian.

It’s easy to make fun of fandom, but when you’re sitting on the other side, 20 years out of doing a show, and these people are still interested and want to talk about it, it crosses over into me being really touched. I’m grateful and thankful. It started in a little room in Vancouver, and none of us knew what we were doing, and here we are 20 years later, and we’re still talking to people who are interested in it, and I think, “Wow, life is strange and wonderful in some areas.”

Interview Magazine, April 2014

We….

As in Gillian and I?

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dumbledoresarmyisstillrecruiting:

“‘I do not gaze at Scully.’ Right Mulder, you tell yourself that.

Admittedly, Mulder and Scully aren’t the most expressive of folks, and they spend more than half the series in denial, unwilling to admit to themselves the possibility of attraction. Whenever they lock eyes, though, you can feel the frustration, yearning and longing for each other just pouring from their eyeballs, oh those tender little fawns.

They can try to hide it and they may think they’re safe as long as they don’t say anything, but the eyes are the windows to the soul, my friends. Although not an actual form of sex, eye sex still counts.”

"The X-Files Guide to Relationships", Geekquality, July 2012 

"I used to say, at the very beginning of the series, that it wasn’t going to stereotype me," she said in an interview. "Because I knew… I knew what was inside of me as an actor. I had a belief in myself as an actor and my ability to do things that actors do, to play different kinds of characters, and I just assumed that that would win out in the end.  

"And it didn’t. And I think it has been shocking. But I think it was a bit of a conundrum to me for a while that, you know, that the public and the film-making community couldn’t see, you know, me beyond that character, and be willing to take a risk," Anderson said. [X]

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