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The X-Files Magazine Yearbook 2002 was a special edition of The X-Files Magazine, published by Titan Magazines in 2002. It included a two-page episode list for each season, incorporating a brief synopsis of each installment, as well as interviews and other features.



Krycek Profile
Impact of The X-Files
The X-Files Tear-Jerkers
A guide to some of the saddest episodes, including "Memento Mori" (referred to as the most "tear-jerking" installment), "One Breath", "Emily", "DeadAlive", "Closure", "Irresistible", "Redux II", "The End", "Herrenvolk", "Gethsemane" and "This is Not Happening"
The X-Files Movie Influences
A guide to the inspiration which certain episodes of The X-Files took from specific films, including The Thing and "Ice", Predator and "Detour", Speed and "Drive", Groundhog Day and "Monday", Rosemary's Baby and "Terms of Endearment", The Exorcist and "The Căluşari", The Eyes of Laura Mars and "Tithonus", D.O.A. and "S.R. 819", The Boys from Brazil and "Eve", as well as Westworld and "First Person Shooter"
Shipper the Feature
A guide to the most romantic moments between Fox Mulder and Dana Scully, from the episodes "Pilot", "Ice", "E.B.E.", "Tooms", "Little Green Men", "Red Museum", "Pusher", "Quagmire", "The Field Where I Died", "Memento Mori", "Detour", "Post-Modern Prometheus", The X-Files Movie, "Triangle" (citing two scenes rather than one), "Arcadia", "The Unnatural", "Millennium", "Per Manum" and "Existence"
The X-Files Personality Test
Options include Fox Mulder, John Doggett, Monica Reyes, Dana Scully, Walter Skinner, The Cigarette-Smoking Man, Alex Krycek, Melvin Frohike, Richard 'Ringo' Langly and John Fitzgerald Byers
Season Nine Mini-Set Report
An article about the filming of "Improbable"

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