Toynbee Ideas: if you wait long enough, EVERYTHING comes back round

‘X-Files’ could be returning to Fox, the heads of the network said Saturday.
PASADENA, Calif. — After the success it saw from resurrecting Jack Bauer and co. for another installment of 24, Fox is looking to bring back two more popular properties, the heads of Fox’s TV group confirmed Saturday.

First, X-Files fans could be in for a return to the world of Mulder and Scully, as ongoing conversations are taking place to bring the series back in some form, CEOs Dana Walden and Gary Newman said Saturday.

4 thoughts on “Toynbee Ideas: if you wait long enough, EVERYTHING comes back round”

  1. I’d be cool with Twin Peaks and X-Files coming back. There was so much neat material in those shows, and screenwriters could bring in some new stuff to the stories. I’d certainly check out the shows if they came back.


    1. So would I, with one major proviso- they need to cleave closely to the spirit of each show that made them great in their early seasons. No more self indulgence, just clean pioneering storytelling again.

      X Files in particular needs to undo some of the twaddle of the later series, keep it clean and simple- then tell a multi layered story with some monsters, some conspiracy and some Mulder / Scully close interaction.

      Twin Peaks- who can guess at what form it will be in when it comes back. Given how derivative Bates Motel, American Horror Story etc. are from Twin Peaks it would be good if it restarted its original format. It’s been 25 years to date, all they really need to do is revamp the original story arc – 9 eps is long enough to do another dead girl murder mystery.

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      1. I like your arguments here. I remember X-Files dissolving into a mess of conspiracies upon conspiracies that I couldn’t understand. Unfortunately, a lot of TV shows lose the tightness of their early seasons and become drivel. I think that makes a good argument for shows with just a few seasons. I might like more than 9 episodes of Twin Peaks, though. Not sure how many episodes True Detective had, but that story stayed strong throughout. Fargo, too. Hopefully, other screenwriters, directors, producers will follow that idea.


  2. X-Files Was Too Good–It HAD To Be Removed, Self-Destructed

    X-files HAD to self-destruct as it was too attractive for the conspiracy subject, legitimizing it–or so the powers evidently thought–it made people think too much, and powers absolutely detest that.

    For note, there’s practical, actual–called “existential” conspiracy–the US Federal Reserve Bank (also “central-banking”) which literally just legally COUNTERFEITS the “money”-supply by means of printing-press and digitalization–the topmost criminal enterprise.

    Then on more abstract level, there’s the dichotomy btwn the objective world (“the truth is ‘out there’,” according to Mulder, as he would so often say) vs. the satanic subjectivist world which is just made up of whatever u want fm inside ur own head.

    The difficulty is people imagine this choice btwn objective, subjective is provable, but it’s not, it rather being a choice btwn assumptions. Jews, satanists, and criminals insist upon subjectivist, for only in that way does moralism of fictional “good-evil” make any sense. Jews want people to striving to be “good” as in this way they control them.

    BUT, it’s difficult for West to give-up the Aristotelian objectivity, foundation of science, logic, law, etc.–and that’s what the Christian vs. Jew/satanist dichotomy is all about, Christ assuring us of the objective reality, esp. in divine (most philosophic) Gosp. JOHN 14:6, 8:32, and 18:37-8.

    So u see, X-Files had that irresistible attraction to it for basic philosophy–which most people miss, but are interested in way of the “conspiracy” approach.

    Jews want to maintain their existential (practical) criminal enterprise, central-banking, BUT this requires keeping the goyim mystified and fascinated (in literal sense of word) upon subjectivist “good-evil”–thus keeping Western gentiles children seeking approval fm their superiors, like Jews.


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