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  1. Given that I always took Doctor Fabrisham to be Chris Carter's version of Hannibal Lechter, I think Lucy involved herself with him at first out of curiosity and later to show him exactly what true evil can be. She may have been originally impressed by his deeds but in her eyes he turned out to be a second rater...still he served her purpose.
  2. I think the problem with that cross-over was having Frank someplace he may have been after season 2 and before season 3, but not after the way the series ended. With both of them on the run, Frank would never have left Jordan and checked himself into a hospital at that point. It just made no sense.
  3. Knowing it was Chris Carter's show I tried several times t watch THE X FILES.....but I could never warm up to it. That doesn't mean it was a bad show, it just wasn't for me.
  4. A great episode...my only qualm is that Frank, knowing the tapes can affect a person's perception of reality, tests that theory while driving! Aside from that it was a touching farewell to Catherine, as Frank is allowed to remember spending her last moments with her. Knowing she didn't die alone sets him free from the guilt he was carrying.
  5. The darkness of the group, the threat that they represent is almost dragged out of the shadows on this one...yet Peter is clearly still with them at the end even though it nearly cost him his daughter. He is torn by his loyalty to the group and his love for his child throughout the entire ordeal, yet once she's home safe he has gone silent again, literally and figuratively. His wife can only offer a loving smile from across the table to his prayer of thanks, and one can only imagine that she has long since buried any questions, any doubts any fears so deeply she could not ever let them see daylight even if she wanted to. The silence that follows Taylor's last question to her father is almost deafening....
  6. I just watched this episode tonight. I like the fact that they replaced the ominous "bumper" tone with Christmas bells...The lasting effect that losing someone you love can clearly be seen in both Frank and Jordan, who goes from being ( most understandably) anti-Christmas at the beginning of the show to most poignantly giving Rose and Lhasa the gift she had been keeping for her mother. That Frank allows Eddie to escape with the girls provides the perfect ending for his seasonal episode. Frank and Jordan both arrive at the conclusion of the show with the understanding that, although Catherine may be lost to them forever physically, emotionally & spiritually she will always be with them. For a program that never failed to show viewers the horrors that the world is capable of, it was a stroke of genius to show us two beloved characters, each alone in their own grief, starting to heal not only through love, but indeed through what can only be called a miracle. Well done.
  7. For all the darkness that surrounds Frank, Lance himself has an incredible sense of humor and it comes out on the CT's...I believe it was Megan Gallagher who said once he used to do his Elvis impersonation for her between takes!
  8. I just started watching season 3 this week, and Lance & Klea provided a great commentary track for "The innocents"....Lance said at one point that he hated how the writers pitted the group against one another. BTW, If you've never heard them, Lance also assisted in some memorable CT's for ALIENS ( his reaction to co-star Bill Paxton's story of how he was hired for the film is priceless ) and for AVP, during the CT his daughter calls his cell phone! :)
  9. You raise an excellent point yourself Earthnut...the fact that the group will come to you when you seem to be at your most vulnerable ( Peter's "son" that was found in the cooler, forcing him to face true evil, Emma's Father....) to be honest if they had approached me many years ago with a cure for my mother's dementia or my father's cancer I'm not sure I would have been able to refuse them...
  10. They never really did say how Peter kept his marriage going, did they? Peter does reveal to Frank his reasons for joining the group in S2, which I believe helped create a very special bond between them, but any scenes Watts had with Catherine ( which were few and far between ) always seemed ( to me, anyway ) to have a tension, a "coldness" if you will...in one episode she says to Peter "I feel like I'm meeting with the other woman" yet I wonder if Peter felt the same about her...not in any personal way, but as if he thought of her as a bad influence ( for lack of a better term ) on Frank....as if his own wife and family had long since learned not to ask him about his work and he wished Catherine could do the same...
  11. Just watched Owls/Roosters tonight, first time in many years...I had forgotten the Old Man had died, and sadly so brutally. On the one plus side it did , at least temporarily, heal the rift between Frank & Peter & Lara....If only the writers could have kept it that way, and not kill off Catherine ( although I know Megan in an interview said she was OK with it...I'm sure many besides myself weren't ) On the other plus side it did introduce me to a beautiful piece of music. The old man was right, BTW...the thing is 4 and a half hours long!
  12. If this had been a season 1 episode I'm sure he would have been on that plane...Catherine may well have come out with Peter to find him. But the separation, the alienation from his family AND the failure of the Group to back him up may well have led to the anger you mentioned.
  13. I know I was a little disappointed! Everyone kept saying Y2K was going to be IT...computer systems shutting down and not being able to recognize the new date...widespread fear over banks going down, people actually stocking up on canned food and bottled water waiting for "the end"....midnight came and....nada. Zilch. Zippo. I can only imagine how poor Dennis must have felt.
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