0 comments on “Ranking The Episodes of The X-Files Season 2 – #1-5”

Ranking The Episodes of The X-Files Season 2 – #1-5

Here we are with my five favorite episodes of Season 2.  It's classics like these which remind me of just how good this show could get.  Whether through compelling plotting (Colony and Anasazi), characters being put through the emotional ringer (Irresistible and One Breath), or…

1 comment on “Ranking The Episodes of The X-Files Season 2 – #6-9”

Ranking The Episodes of The X-Files Season 2 – #6-9

Welcome back to my Season 2 rankings!  This time we've got our first comedy, our first time saying goodbye to Glen Morgan and James Wong , our first chance to witness Chris Carter's direction, and our first real instance of…

1 comment on “A Statistical Review of The X-Files Season 1 Episode 4 – Conduit”

A Statistical Review of The X-Files Season 1 Episode 4 – Conduit

Conduit is an episode with immense potential. Episodes that focus on the emotions that drive our main characters generally wet my whistle and here was a golden opportunity to explore Mulder's traumatic past and wet that whistle! So how did…

0 comments on “Ranking the Episodes of The X-Files Season 2 – #10 – 13”

Ranking the Episodes of The X-Files Season 2 – #10 – 13

Season 2 of The X-Files is a great season of television and it shows by how good things are this low on the list. Season 1 felt like a slog at times....not Season 2 though. These are supposed to be…

0 comments on “A Statistical Review of The X-Files Season One Episode Three – Squeeze”

A Statistical Review of The X-Files Season One Episode Three – Squeeze

Squeeze Rating:  80.71/100 During this re-watch of The X-Files, I've tried to get myself in the mindset of observing things critically and with less emotion.  This has been tough because despite while I may be a statistician, I'm also an…

2 comments on “Ranking the Episodes of The X-Files Season Two (#14-17)”

Ranking the Episodes of The X-Files Season Two (#14-17)

What's better than the #18-21 best episodes of the second season of The X-Files?  Well #14-17 of course! #17 - Dod Kalm (70/100) Dod Kalm is less memorable than the episodes in my last post, despite having a higher score.  Some of…

0 comments on “A Statistical Review of The X-Files Season 1 Episode 2 – Deep Throat (81.06/100)”

A Statistical Review of The X-Files Season 1 Episode 2 – Deep Throat (81.06/100)

Deep Throat feels like a second Pilot episode for The X-Files, but without the awkward clunkiness. The plot is less convoluted, David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson are vastly improved, and there are hardly any eye-rolling moments involved, other than when…