I am always looking for the perfect X-File episode, and it seems the latest one has got me going.
When I saw the episode in which a pair of scientists stumble upon a secret alien spaceship on Christmas morning, I couldn’t help but think of a Christmas story that has been written by Doctor Who fans for generations.
While I am a huge Doctor Who fan myself, I never really got into the series until I was about seven or eight years old.
So as I listened to the episode, I thought: “Man, I really need to find this episode.”
It was only after I had read all the comments on the BBC’s blog that I realised I was in luck.
I found it when I was sitting on the edge of my bed with my parents when I started watching the episode.
The episode was called “The X Files”, and it featured a story that I found incredibly funny and exciting.
My mum was the one who suggested the episode to me, so I immediately got to work and wrote down my ideas for it.
It turns out it is not a particularly hard story to write.
First things first, I wanted to create a story where the aliens were on holiday.
They would spend the holidays at their holiday homes, with no one around to greet them.
Once they got there, they would go back to their own homes and find out if they were alone.
In this case, they wouldn’t be alone for long, as the aliens would return to Earth to visit them.
The episode would also have to be very dark, as Christmas lights are usually associated with Christmas.
This meant I had to take my time with the story.
Firstly, I had a dark theme to the story, so there was nothing going on in the background that would give away that it was going to be dark.
Secondly, I needed to use a few of the characters I had already written in my book, as they would play a crucial role in the story in some way.
Finally, I tried to make the story feel like a Christmas special, so as much as I wanted it to be a Christmas episode, it had to be something special.
What I wrote for the episode I was able to use as a reference is the X-files Christmas Special, which aired in 1963.
Since it is one of my favourite shows of all time, I was thrilled to be able to reuse it for a Christmas parody.
A couple of the ideas that came to me during the writing process are the Christmas tree that the aliens build for themselves, and the fact that they get a few gifts, including a gift for the Doctor.
There are also a few scenes that I had not thought of before, such as the Christmas story from The X-Men, where the Xorgon is shown to have returned to Earth, and he goes back to his own home.
To get this episode to look like a proper Christmas special for the Christmas season, I decided to use the same set of locations and props used in the X Files Christmas Special.
For the Christmas trees, I used a series of tree stumps that were found at the end of the series’ Christmas Special episode, “The Day of the Doctor”.
For Christmas decorations, I took inspiration from the famous Christmas decorations from The Lord of the Rings, and I had lots of ideas about which parts of the story I wanted.
As well as the alien Christmas tree, I also used a bunch of different lights that would look very similar to the ones from The Day of The Doctor, but which would not be seen in the episode until the next Christmas episode.
I also decided that it would be appropriate for the aliens to have some sort of alien Christmas party, and that I wanted the aliens who were present to be the ones to be present with the Doctor, not the other way around.
All of this is something I have written before, but with this episode, the Doctor has taken it a step further.
Instead of going on a holiday to see a new Christmas tree or decorations, the aliens have gone on a trip to the moon and back.
On the return journey, they are confronted with the alien space-ship, and they have to decide whether they are going to help the aliens or destroy them.
This story was originally intended to be about the aliens going on holiday and Christmas shopping together, but it ended up being more of a celebration of Christmas.