It turns out later that all these UFOs and mutant guys come from opposing sides in a space war, but it never makes any sense so don’t worry about it.
And then it turns out the stitch faced aliens were the good guys and the aliens that rescued them were the evil aliens and the dickish things the other aliens are doing are because they’re all possessed by the Black Oil! I think. And then there’s that one alien that decided to become a baseball player except it didn’t mention anything about the civil war with the possessed aliens and the stitch faced ones.
The X-Files–especially the conspiracy stories–could be so tedious, self-indulgent, and repetitive.
I love the way Krycek just has two arms in the strip, because goodness knows the show lost interest in that really quickly. And this is the ep where he got to kiss both Marita and Mulder. Evidently Nick Lea’s lucky week.
I totally forgot Krycek was missing an arm! The show kind of did too.
I think the only person who remembered about it after the episode where it happened was the actor. Then again, he had absent moments too, so it works very well in the strip!
I had to look up skeep in the urban dictionary. I’m still not sure how it works in this context, though.
You mean “skep”? As in “skeptic”?
Oh, thank God! That makes much more, less disturbing, sense.