In Which Our Heroes (And We) Learn Not Every Case Is Interesting
You know, maybe "Space" gets a bad rap just because it followed directly on the heels of one of our favorite episodes, "Ice."
There's not really all that much wrong with this episode. Except that it takes a subject even the most jaded schoolchild enjoys and makes it boring. And Scully conveniently forgets she's a doctor when a national hero collapses in front of her. And both Our Heroes spout more supposedly patriotic psychobabble than you can shake a pointy stick at. And the science is screwy. And any episode containing the phrase "specious artifact" is automatically suspect.
Thank God it wasn't one of Our Heroes who said that.
Okay, okay, so we did learn a few interesting things during this mostly-wasted hour:
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