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RevolutionSF Newsblast Archive Dateline: September 24, 1999.

Rumors suggest a new role for Stephen Rea, the guy from The Crying Game. Not the guy who whipped it out. The other guy.

Rea is the poor Irish soul who knows all there is to know about The Crying Game. He may take over the male lead role on The X-Files.

David Duchovny, the litigation-loving star, may not appear in the final four episodes this season. His contract and that of series guru Chris Carter expire at the end of this season.

For some reason, Gillian Anderson's continues on for one more season. And Fox likes money, so they would like one more season, too.

We doubt the show's trademark sexual tension will carry over with the new couple. Early script drafts take the show in entirely new directions:


Mulder --


My name's not Mulder.


Shut it, Mulder! Why can't you accept the overwhelming evidence that I've wanted to have sex on the job for seven years?

And look! No penis!

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