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Do you prefer monster or mythology stories in The X-Files?

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The X-Files was mainly split up into two kinds of stories: stand alones featuring a monster of the week, and the mythology about aliens, which is what the series is based on. Which do you prefer?

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Overall I prefer the mythology, as that is what kept the series running, and made me want to keep returning week after week. The MOTW episodes were wonderful, but you couldn't maintain that alone for nine seasons. There needed to be a running thread.
My vote to the mythology series.
Mostly like I liked the Monster of the Week ones best, though I did enjoy the storylines involvine Krychek (not sure of the spelling), with him and Mulder having a sort of Cain and Abel dynamic going on.
I really didn't like the mythology about Aliens, seeing as the little buggers are real!
So for me I guess I found a Monster less annoying.
Monster of the week for me.
mythology for me as sometimes the monster ones were too scary however both mythology and monster crossed over significantly anyway.
"The Host" from season two is the best X-files episode in my opinion. It still freaks me out. Definitely monster of the week preferred to all others.
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