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X-Files, The - "Yes"
The scene where Mulder and Scully are in Mulder's apartment on his couch and he goes "Even a broken clock is right 730 times a year" and scully says, "How...." and mulder says, "42"..then scully says "you've seen this movie 42 times?"...after this Mulder is heard sayin "YES" but watch his lips, he cleary said something else.
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The episode "Hollywood A.D."
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k8e on 07-25-2000
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Kimbo writes:
Actually, this scene was David Duchovny making fun/teasing X-Philes. There are so many Philes who have seen episodes over and over...or seen the movie 100 times. This was David's chance to put in a little joke about how many times Mulder had seen that movie. Scully then says, "Doesn't that make you sad? It makes me sad." I thought it was pretty funny myself!
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Bibs writes:
Um, Kimbo, I think you missed the point. Duchovny was mouthing something, but there was a voiceover of him saying "yes". Makes you wonder what he originally said. Ô_o
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maggiethecat57 writes:
That is too funny and I noticed it too.. I really like the episodes. There have been similar epsidoes where voiceovers are done b/c someone isnt pleased with the previous dialogue.
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scullygeek writes:
I agree with Kimbo. That scene was hilarious. Especially the, "doesn't that make you sad? it makes me sad." part. this is mainly because i am one of the devout x-philes who has gone beyond the point of obsessed, watching atleast 5 episodes daily. fun stuff.
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AnaDi writes:
That movie, by the way, was "Plan 9 From Outer Space." it may have been another joke about Mulder on Duchovny's part because that was voted nationally as the worst movie of all time.
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