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Rate "The Sixth Extinction"

Scully searches for answers to Mulder's condition.

The Sixth Extinction

5 -- Perfect episode!
2
25%
4 -- Near perfect
3
38%
3 -- Good episode
2
25%
2 -- Needs some improvement
1
13%
1 -- Really needed rewriting
0
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Total votes : 8

Rate "The Sixth Extinction"

Postby maurisap » October 26th, 2010, 11:49 pm

Walter Skinner and Michael Kritschgau work desperately to attempt to discover what is wrong with Fox Mulder, who is imprisoned by his own frenetic brain activity, but they are unaware of Agent Diana Fowley’s duplicity. In the meanwhile, Dana Scully is hunting for an ancient artifact in Africa.

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Re: Rate "The Sixth Extinction"

Postby maurisap » November 18th, 2010, 8:39 pm

"2"

Sorry---it needs work.
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Re: Rate "The Sixth Extinction"

Postby Blue Strawberries » June 28th, 2011, 2:31 am

This was an okay episode, I guess. It failed to interest me that much (despite an interesting premise) and dragged at parts. Michael Kritschgau is probably the most boring character I've ever seen. Don't get me wrong, I love the idea about the ship and the premise around that... but the episode just come off as very average. A 2.
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Re: Rate "The Sixth Extinction"

Postby Doug Hutchison » September 14th, 2015, 12:59 pm

I think the point of Kritshgau is that he's supposed to be boring. He was a civil servant, not even a high-ranking one, who ended up in the wrong job. The only reason he turned was his own son. It opens up the question of how many people are keeping terrible secrets without even realising it's a big deal, being so indoctrinated by the system (maaaan).

Anyway, what frustrates me most about this episode is that it should be an acceleration towards the end of the series. It isn't.
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