I am given to understand that the guy who played Tooms is now one half of the most horrifying couple on a horrifying reality show. So he’s kept busy.
What about Donnie Pfaster, the suddenly-a-demon?
And Robert Patrick Modell from Pusher makes an appearance in Kitsunegari.
i was going to mention pfaster and modell, too. pfaster is the scariest monster of the week, imo.
either way, you just got geek’d.
Love it as always- I remember Tooms was seriously, almost unwatchably gross to me when the ep first aired.
Also, WOW!!! Your drawing of Cancerman is seriously right spot-on at capturing him. impressive.
But I’m not sure you’ve fully captured the twinkle in Skinner’s eyes, or his adorable dimples.
Aww. I love the diggin’ scene. You make it look so cute.
But you left out the escalator! I remember being in that mall, and looking around, thinking it looked familiar, then seeing the escalator and realizing it was the location for this episode—creepy and cool at the same time. I miss Vancouver.
When I was younger, this ep made me always look up at the vents every time I walked into a room just to make sure there was no yellow goo dripping out…
I think the only ep that creeped me more than this one was the inbred family one. Doubledogdamn creepy!
Yeah, I was hoping for a “You can get the next mutant” comment, too. Big, toothy grin at the digging panel.
The prosecutor and jury reaction panel is priceless!
I loved it when Mulder would get defensive and belligerant with his paranormal theories.
No mention of Tooms’s doomed “foster family,” who were going to help rehabilitate him?
Contemporary fans were bowled over by, “Excuse me. Could you help me find my dog? He’s a Norwegian elkhound. His name is Heinrich. I use him to hunt moose,” since it wasn’t a show with a lot of overt laughs.