[Podcasts] Discovering The X-Files: “Fearful Symmetry”

Friend of the show Jared Kilbourne has returned to discuss the alien abduction of animals with Erix. Why are aliens kidnapped and testing zoo animals in Idaho? That is one of but MANY questions that arise when chatting up this latest episode of the series. Beyond the oddities of the plot itself, of course, we are also gifted with the presence of two notable genre talents. The first is writer Steve De Jarnett, who also crafted such classics as Cherry 2000, Miracle Mile, and Strange Brew. The second is, of course, actor Lance Guest, who is probably best remembered by genre fans for his roles in The Last Starfighter, Halloween II, Jaws: The Revenge, and (more recently) Late Phases.

So what did Erix and Jared think? Find out for yourself…

Episode 2.18: “Fearful Symmetry”

Directed by James Whitmore Jr.
Teleplay by Steve De Jarnett
Starring David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson
Guest starring Jane Atkinson, Lance Guest, Jack Rader, Bruce Harewood, and Tom Braidwood


Synopsis:
When someone sends Mulder and Scully obituaries showing three separate but identical men apparently having died, the agents investigate, but things take an unexpected turn when Mulder receives a call from his father.

Discovering the X-Files is the latest podcast series for The Erix Antoine Network, which also boasts The Simpsons Countdown. So if you’re a “Simpsons” fan, be sure to tune into that show as well. Please like, rate, and review both podcasts, as well as subscribe to them through your favorite podcast avenue, be it YouTube, iTunes, Spotify, Anchor FM, Pocket Casts, Podcast Addict, etc.

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