Fully revised to include seasons four and five, this text presents an analysis of "The X-Files". While sometimes witty and lighthearted, the book aims to be a serious study of the elements that have made the show what it is. As well as a detailed episode-by-episode guide, the book pieces together the nature of the series' conspiracy and attempts to discover just what the "truth" is. The book also contains a special feature on the X-Files film and reveals such information as Deep Throat's first name, what "chinga" means and the connection between the conspiracy and a famous line of home-baked dough products.
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