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A great and also diverse season,
This review is from: The X Files: Season 6 [DVD]  (DVD)
This season was a lot more varied than previous seasons, but most of the episodes were very good or excellent. The season starts directly after the first X files movie which results in Mulder and Scully being (temporarily) taken off the X files and reassigned to AD Kirsch.
There are a lot of highlights in this season. The episode "Triangle" is filmed as if it is one continuous scene, which is quite an achievement. The two parter "Dreamland" is very funny, as it shows how Mulder copes with having an unintentional "body swap" with a "Man In Black" after being exposed to a malfunctioning spacecraft.
The highly confusing alien "syndicate" conspiracy was finally tied up in the episodes "Two Fathers" and "One Son". This resulted in Mulder and Scully regaining their roles on the X files.
My favourite episode of the season was "Monday", even though it was a "Groundhog Day" rip off. However, it was still very cleverly written, showing how Mulder lived through the same day, which always ended up with him and Scully dying, unless he could somehow learn the lessons from the "previous" day.
David Duchovny also writes and directs "The Unnatural", an episode which looks back at Roswell in the 1940s with an interesting viewpoint.
In conclusion, this season is well worth watching and each episode is very different to the others.