The Nitpicker's Guide for X-Philes

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Random House Publishing Group, Nov 5, 1999 - Performing Arts - 400 pages
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The truth is, the nits are out there....

What's weird about Samantha T. Mulder's birthday?

(She has two of them: January 22 and November 21.)

What's amazing about Mulder's cell phone?

(It operates inside a metal boxcar, buried in a canyon, out in the deserts of New Mexico: anywhere!)

Scully and Mulder, you have reason to be paranoid. Armed with keen detective sense, attention to detail, and a VCR, author Phil Farrand has done some forensic work of his own and dissected every technical foul-up, plot oversight, and alien intrusion on the X-Files(r). Paranormal he's not, but he'd like to know why T.A. Berube has a six-digit zip code or how the VCRs at the 2400 Court motel in Braddock Heights, Maryland, can play a tape after it's been ejected. Nitpicking? You bet. So join his conspiracy to have hours of mental stimulation and fun with:

Equipment flubs

Changed premises

Plot oversights

Fun facts

Trivia questions

Reviews of every show for all four seasons

And more

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About the author (1999)

Phil Farrand is a passionate devotee of The X-FilesTM.  He is also the author of The Nitpicker's Guide for Next Generation Trekkers,  The Nitpicker's Guide for Classic Trekkers, The Nitpicker's Guide for Next Generation Trekkers Vol. II, and The Nitpicker's Guide for Deep Space Nine Trekkers.  An award-winning computer programmer best known for the creation of Finale(TM), he lives with his wife and daughter in Fairgrove, Missouri.

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