Oh. Em. Gee. THE X-FILES is coming back!!! This is the SECOND best thing to happen to me in the past year, right behind the Blu-Ray release of Twin Peaks (remember, I did a slew of Tuesdays devoted to that) and then the announcement that David Lynch is going to revisit Twin Peaks in 2016 on Showtime.
I am a very happy girl.
I might just even join Mulder and Scully in a happy dance.
If you were around at the very beginning of this blog, you might remember that Dearly Departed Cleve and I embarked on a rewatch of all 65 seasons of The X-Files (believe me, once you get past season six it might as well be 65). And since we were in the midst of an epic rewatch, I wrote about The X-Files a lot. Like, really A LOT.
In honor of this most exciting news, I thought I’d revisit a few of my best X-Files-related dinners. Just click on the pictures!
Pennsylvania Baked Spareribs:
Barbecued Chuck Roast and The End of the The X-Files (complete with FROSTY MELON):
Braised Short Ribs with Spice Cake:
And finally, Marinated Lamb Roast, an Easter X-travaganza! Which is the real winner of all of these.
Easter and The X-Files. Seriously, is that dinner timely, or what?
Fingers crossed that David Duchovny will return to Twin Peaks as the other law enforcement agent he played, Agent Bryson. That would be the icing on the cake.