The Nitpicker's Guide for X-Philes
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:
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