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Entertainment Weekly says "The X-Files defies casual viewing." TV Guide states that the intensity of the fans' devotion to seeing and critiquing the show is "changing the social habits of a generation." X-Philes have an insatiable appetite for information about the show, and who better to give it to them than the master of nitpicking himself, Phil Farrand. In "The Nitpicker's Guide for X-Philes, " Farrand treats the show to his own brand of witty and microscopic criticism, combing through all the episodes of the first four seasons to deliver the foul-ups, faux pas, technical glitches, and storyline oddities that have been featured in the previous nitpicking titles. But in addition to the traditional nitpicking of his earlier books, Farrand will also add sections about geographical gaffes and consult with the FBI about the show's procedural bloopers. He will untangle the snarled knots of the show's continuing conspiracy theories, and try to answer the many questions that Mulder and Scully's investigations have failed to solve. It's a book that no X-Phile will want to be without come syndication next fall!
This paperback book is in great condition.
This book weighs 1 lb and 12.9 oz.
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