iTunes PODCAST – – – – The X-Files (The X-Phile Super-Fan Edition; MAJOR SPOILERS)

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A new podcast episode of Couch Potatoes Unite!, which is based on a blog of the same name hosted at couchpotatoesunite.wordpress.com. In this episode, our panel of experts–including moderator Kylie, Sarah, Nick, Hilary, and Kyle–gathered together to wrap up our “Looking Back” series focused upon The X-Files by having our longest, most geeked out discussion to date.  Our talk covers the show’s Expanded Universe as well as our “best of” lists of episodes across several categories and all nine seasons of the series. This is the fourth episode of a five part CPU! podcast series examining one of our favorite television programs in advance of the revival miniseries to premiere on FOX in January 2016. If you have not watched any of the X-Files (and I mean, any of it!), be aware that there are MAJOR SPOILERS. Tell us what you think in the comments below, and check out the blog and YouTube for other TV related discussions, in both podcast and blog format. Also, if there are other shows you’re interested in the blog covering, sound off below! Tell us what you like or don’t like. Keep the discussion going!

Stay tuned for the fifth (and final…for now) episode of our X-Files series, to be released in or around March 2016, in which we sit around the water cooler and recap and reflect upon the six-episode revival miniseries, slated to premiere on Fox on January 24, 2016.  If you have been following our X-Files series, be sure to reconnect with us then!  Stay tuned!  Keep listening!  Keep watching!

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