That would be great. You are the only one to show interest in that particular one.
No.5 i mean.
I look forward to your ideas.
I see it being about character development, friction and attraction between the two and also it will need to include sex. How do you see it?
... hm. Inter-personal tension between foils, particularly if they continue to be the yin and yang of skepticism and faith that those two were in the early show. Suppressed impusles and sexuality, intrigue, general creepiness... I always preferred the non-grayman episodes. Sex is a necessity, the more the merrier. Dry humor, eccentric settings and encounters... all of the above..?
I picture the revamped characters as being something different that the original Mulder/Scully... One should be eccentric, amassing obscure occult lore and conspirancy theory and always looking for the surreal. The other should be more on the calculative side, insisting on logic to discern the truth. That's just a necessity. BUT--
What if this time, one of the partners of the pair completed advanced graduate work in criminal and abnormal psychology..? I have a friend who got his PhD in it, and the guy did some remarkably crazy "studies" during his grad. days, including first-hand research into tribal ritualism and the use of chemicals in religious practices, an internship with a criminal profiling unit, etc. He or she could actually have experienced some crazy, obscure, even fictional religious practicies and might still adhere to them.
Eh..? it's a thought... I see Scully2.0 as a modern primitivist at heart behind a very professional facade. Hm?