No one really accepted the ending of the X-files. You couldn’t. To do so was not to accept an ending but to accept a bad ending. The Lone Gunmen were dead. Sculley was now a willing participant of a fantastic reality with no question or drive to find answers. Mulder was semi-psychotic and semi-lucid in his knowledge of the dark mysterious future. The Cancerman was dead and more strings dangled than a strippers pasties. It was not an ending – it was Chris Carter’s personal vendetta against his own fans, perhaps for our failing to support his other attempts at shows around that time. What I do know is they are now talking about an X-Files movie – – a sequel to the ill-recieved first film. Which would be like making a sequel to "Charles In Charge", and all I have to say about that is "Just because you CAN do something doesn’t mean you SHOULD do something…".