Obviously we all lost our shit over Gillian Anderson’s turn in “Sex Education,” but she has so many timelessly hot roles to choose from. Here’s what your deepest Gillian Anderson fantasy says about who you are as a person.
We’ve discussed the arguably gay women of The X-Files, and obviously Dana Scully at length. But it’s time to answer a different pressing question: how gay are the monsters of the week?
I can believe in aliens, but I cannot believe that the lady with the mullet who lives in the woods with her young female assistant and trains dogs is straight.
Maggie and Lauren are falling hard on Younger, Lexa returns to The 100, The X-Files tells a trans story, and Legends of Tomorrow and Black Sails are back!
I’s time to celebrate The Original Fandom and the glorious Monica/Scully fan fiction it brought into our lives.
Did you know Dana Scully is a medical doctor?
“17. Oh god, is anyone on this show a medical doctor? ANYONE?”
“I did not intend to have any experiences outside the range of what I had previously proven to myself I was comfortable with or could understand. Scully and I both convinced ourselves that this was possible, that it had ever been a possibility.”
Does it count if it’s Scully talking to Queequeg? Important questions.
“Stef: I don’t know how but somehow Rachel managed to find one X Files episode with lesbians in it.”
As an unsuspecting proto-queer I loved the X-Files something fierce. I watched it loyally through nine seasons of sci-fi glory, and I’ve been branded ever since.
Inspired by Sigourney Weaver’s bald head, we’ve managed to narrow down our picks for the Top 11 Sci-Fi Babes to the best of the best. These are the smartest, toughest, gun-totingest sexbombs around.