John Bartley on the look of The X-Files
John Bartley on getting hired for The X-Files
John Bartley on his impressions of the X-Files pilot, and his own work on the series
John Bartley on lighting The X-Files when he first started
John Bartley on the set of The X-Files and the long hours he and the crew put in
John Bartley on adding color to The X-Files as he continued with the show
John Bartley on the kinds of equipment he used on The X-Files
John Bartley on watching The X-Files on TV while he worked on the show
John Bartley on the directors of The X-Files
John Bartley on a typical workday on The X-Files
John Bartley on working with X-Files leads David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson
John Bartley on leaving The X-Files
John Bartley on the amount of darkness in the lighting of The X-Files
John Bartley on X-Files /Roswell producer-director David Nutter
Chris Carter on coming up with The X-Files characters "Mulder" and "Scully"
Chris Carter on the premise of The X-Files, and on his thoughts on area abduction
Chris Carter on casting Gillian Anderson as "Dana Scully" and David Duchovny as "Fox Mulder" on The X-Files
Chris Carter on the characters' motivation in the first season of The X-Files, and on the romance, themes, and goals of the show
Chris Carter on pitching The X-Files to Fox executives and on their reaction to the pilot
Chris Carter on the filming the pilot of The X-Files, and on the audience reaction to it and the mythology arc
Chris Carter on The X-Files main theme and title
Chris Carter on "Fox Mulder's" shooting on The X-Files, and on coming up with story ideas
Chris Carter on The X-Files' core audience
Chris Carter on the first season finale of The X-Files
Chris Carter on what made The X-Files scary
Chris Carter on the process of collaborating with other writers and producers on The X-Files
Chris Carter on The X-Files' themes of government conspiracy theories
Chris Carter on various The X-Files storylines, including the disapearance of "Mulder's" sister and the "Cigarette Smoking Man"
Chris Carter on putting humor into the mix on The X-Files
Chris Carter on on how they handled Gillian Anderson's pregnancy on season 2 of The X-Files, which led the the "Scully abducted" storyline
Chris Carter on the "Alex Krycek" character on The X-Files, and on getting an Emmy nomination for the episode "Duane Barry" which he directed
Chris Carter on those episodes of The X-Files that he labeled "monster of the week" and the alien mythology of the series
Chris Carter on how the early episodes of The X-Files impacted television at the time, including the cinematography of the show
Chris Carter on The X-Files' following, and the impact of the internet and new media on the show
Chris Carter on getting "Mulder" and "Scully" romantically involved on The X-Files
Chris Carter on the "Mulder" and "Scully" relationship as the show and feature films progressed on The X-Files
Chris Carter on the importance of Emmy Award nominations and other awards to The X-Files team and himself
Chris Carter on Cher guest-starring on The X-Files
Chris Carter on the season 5 finale of The X-Files, and on the first feature film based on the series
Chris Carter on the decision to move The X-Files from Canada to Los Angeles starting with season 6
Chris Carter on responding to fan criticism of season 6 of The X-Files
Chris Carter on Vince Gilligan writing for The X-Files season six, and on the plot points of that year
Chris Carter on having stars David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson direct episodes for season 7 of The X-Files and the major plot points of that season
Chris Carter on David Duchovny leaving The X-Files and on replacing him with Robert Patrick as "John Doggett"
Chris Carter on his decision to end the first run of The X-Files
Chris Carter on how 9/11 impacted The X-Files
Chris Carter on the fate of "The Lone Gunman" on The X-Files, and on tying up loose ends at the end of the series
Chris Carter on The Outer Limits' influence on The X-Files
Chris Carter on his favorite season of The X-Files, and on leaving some storylines and questions open
Chris Carter on The X-Files documentary "The Threads of Mythology"
Chris Carter on the legacy of The X-Files
Chris Carter on the feature film X-Files spin-off "I Want to Believe"
Vince Gilligan on the conspiracy theories explored by writers on The X-Files; on the influences for the show
Vince Gilligan on the The X-Files episode "Drive" where he met and worked with actor Bryan Cranston for the first time (later Cranston would star in Gilligan's Breaking Bad series playing a similar role, and why Cranston was perfect to play a "sympathetic creep")
Vince Gilligan on getting hooked on The X-Files in 1993 and getting an introduction to Chris Carter, who was related to Gilligan's agent
Vince Gilligan on writing The X-Files episode "Soft Light" and then being offered a job as a staff writer on the show, which he initially turned down
Vince Gilligan on The X-Files "The second greatest job of my life" that taught him everything he needed to know about writing for TV; on the mythology versus the stand-alone episodes
Vince Gilligan on the writers' room at The X-Files; on the first episode he wrote as a staff writer "Pusher"; on the writing process
Vince Gilligan on what he liked about the lack of rules on The X-Files for the writers
Vince Gilligan on "Folie Aux Deux" - an X-Files episode he wrote and how the visual element was incorporated into the show; on why the visual is as important as the dialogue
Vince Gilligan on the importance of the visual element on The X-Files and his input as a writer
Vince Gilligan on the only script he wrote for The X-Files that was re-written
Vince Gilligan on the censorship limits on The X-Files; on the episode "Pusher" about Russian Roulette; on the episode "Paper Hearts" where he couldn't show an entry wound
Vince Gilligan on the writers on The X-Files
Vince Gilligan on whether the writers on The X-Files actually believed in supernatural phenomena: "I Want to Believe"
Vince Gilligan on The X-Files episode "Bad Blood" influenced by the film "Rashomon"
Vince Gilligan on how The X-Files writers' room would "break" the story by building a scene "brick by brick"; on the hardest part of writing for TV
Vince Gilligan on how much the writers on the The X-Files were aware of the early Internet forums and fan chat rooms
Vince Gilligan on The X-Files mythology episodes
Vince Gilligan on the balance between comedy and drama on The X-Files; on his reputation for writing the funnier episodes; on his episode "Small Potatoes"
Vince Gilligan on the first episode of The X-Files he directed "Je Souhaite" (I Wish) in Season 7
Vince Gilligan on directing The X-Files episode "Sunshine Days" in which the reconstructed The Brady Bunch house
Vince Gilligan on being nominated for an Emmy for The X-Files episode "Memento Mori"
Vince Gilligan on The X-Files episode "Memento Mori" in which "Scully" gets cancer
Vince Gilligan on how the writers adapted to news that David Duchovny was leaving X-Files
Vince Gilligan on the "jump the shark" episode of The X-Files and the resolution for The Lone Gunmen spinoff series
Vince Gilligan on the finale of The X-Files
Vince Gilligan on the legacy of The X-Files
Mark Snow on being hired to work on The X-Files and composing the show's theme song
Mark Snow on The X-Files theme song being released as a single
Mark Snow on composing for The X-Files
Mark Snow on composing for The X-Files and the importance of the music to the show
Mark Snow on using music to build emotion and suspense on The X-Files
Mark Snow on a typical work week on The X-Files
Mark Snow on the times he used an orchestra while scoring The X-Files and themes he wrote for characters
Mark Snow on The X-Files episode, "Humbug"
Mark Snow on The X-Files episode, "Home"
Mark Snow on The X-Files episode, "Per Manum," on which he appeared in a cameo
Mark Snow on The X-Files episode, "Post Modern Prometheus"
Mark Snow on The X-Files episode, "Closure" and the use of music other than Snow's in the show
Mark Snow on composing for the finale of the original series of The X-Files
Mark Snow on working with directors on The X-Files
Mark Snow on composing for The X-Files movies and the 2016 reboot of the show