The Springfield Files - X
Mulder & Scully at Moe's Scene The tenth episode in the eighth season of The Simpsons television series, 's "The Springfield Files", prominently featured. Directed by Steven Dean Moore. With Dan Castellaneta, Julie Kavner, Nancy Cartwright, Yeardley Smith. Special Agents Mulder and Scully arrive in Springfield. The following transcript is in no way a substitute for the show "The X Files" and is merely meant as a homage. . GRANDPA: Oh, son I'm glad to see you. I went for . (There is a rustling from a bush, and Mulder and Scully pull out their guns).
But not before my favorite exchange of the episode: The show makes affectionate and enjoyable fun of everything The X-Files is built on.
The Simpsons at this point in their output were truly throwing away better jokes than any other show could hold up as their best work. There are some great references to classic thrillers and sci-fi beyond The X-Files, too.
"The Simpsons" The Springfield Files (TV Episode ) - IMDb
Leonard Nimoy, as himself, narrates the episode. Nimoy, what do you want on your hot dog?
The bus is full of violinists playing the theme. Vodpod videos no longer available. Finally, when the entire town of Springfield has gathered to welcome the alien, band teacher Mr. There were also a lot of great gags re: This has to be a reference to the fact that at the time Fall The X-Files aired on Friday nights. They sat me on a cold, metal table and prodded me with humiliating probes.
Oh, wait, that was my physical. Nice going Homer, really. At the police station The alien has a sweet heavenly voice, like Urkel. And he appears every Friday night, like Urkel. Well your story is very compelling, Mr Jackass, I mean Simpson. So I'll just type it up on my invisible typewriter.
You don't have to humiliate me. Enters, with scorched clothing I just torched a building downtown, and I'm afraid I'll do it again! I'll just type it up on my invisible typewriter.
References to The X-Files
There is a picture of J. Edgar Hoover in a dress, Scully is typing on the computer, she has a mug with an 'X' on it. Look at this Scully. Shows her the Springfield Shopper newspaper, headline: We've got to get there right away. There's also this report of a shipment of drugs and illegal weapons coming into New Jersey tonight. I hardly think the FBI is concerned with matters like that. Can I help you? Agents Mulder and Scully. Is this about that pen that I took from the post office?
I swear, I didn't know I put it in my purse, then I was going to bring it back but the dog chewed it up, and that just made things worse.
Actually, we're here to see your husband about his UFO encounter. An exterior of a building is shown: At a lineup Mr Simpson, look at this line-up and tell us if any of these is the aliens you saw. The aliens leave This makes me very angry!
The Great X-Files Rewatch X-Tra: “The Springfield Files” () | Cultural Civilian
In an interrogation room, Cigarette Smoking Man hides in a corner, while Scully prepares tests. Now we're going to run a few tests. This is a simple liedetector. I'll ask you a few yes or no questions, and you just answer truthfully.
- When good TV goes bad: how The X-Files lost its x-factor
- Dana Scully
- The Springfield Files
In another lab, Scully taps Homer's knee for reflex. The knee moves one hour later Ohh! Homer, in his underpants and shoes, has electrodes attatched to him while he jogs on a treadmill Wait a minute, Scully.
What's the point of this test? I just thought he could stand to lose a little weight. His jiggling is almost hypnotic. It's like a lava lamp. Bob finds most of Fax Modem's theories to be outlandish as he investigates the disappearances of sprites at the hands of the web creature while accompanied throughout the episode by the two CGI agents.
Temperance Brennan"We're Scully and Mulder. Season 11, Episode 13, In the final episode of Bones, Agent Booth is telling his wife who she is after she experiences brain trauma and is having difficulty coping.
He makes a reference to the first episode of the Bones series where they discussed Scully and Mulder, and says "besides In the opening sequence of the episode, there is a security guard roving the train yard using one of Mulder and Scully's signature, large-beamed flashlights. Beckett also tells Castle, "Castle, the truth Tara Lewis, played by Aisha Tyler, is conducting a therapy session, with two FBI co-workers, who are "in treatment" because of their dysfunctional behavior, that have a resemblance to the protagonists Mulder and Scully.
Lewis does not show up for their session, they consummate their relationship. Here is a snippet of the dialogue from the session: It gets old, you know?
You have to understand that his so-called theories are way outside the box. He believes in the paranormal.
And yet she's religious, ok? What demands more blind faith than God?
When Mulder and Scully Went to Springfield: An Oral History of the ‘Simpsons’-‘X-Files’ Crossover
My religious beliefs are none of your damn business. That must make it difficult for both of you to do your jobs. You have no idea. Uh, have either of you considered putting in a request for a new partner, because. I feel I don't want a new partner.