Seeing Langly wearing a T-Shirt with the slogan "Joey Lives", Morris Fletcher asked who Joey was. Langly then explained his admiration for Joey Ramone, stating that he never sold out, and never let anyone grind him down.
Allegedly, after hearing that the producers of The X-Files wanted to use a T-Shirt of the band in the episode "E.B.E.", some of the band members became avid fans of the series, its spin-off - The Lone Gunmen - and cried at the death of the Lone Gunmen in The X-Files episode "Jump the Shark".
It has also been reported that, in the last weeks before he died, band frontman Joey Ramone spent a lot of time watching episodes of The X-Files and The Lone Gunmen television series.
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