"And then there was, again, the relationship. David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson, relative newcomers, argued, debated, sparred and bickered about cases strange and unlikely. They shared a job, an office; they shared rented cars and barbeque ribs on the road. They shared their opinions strongly but respectfully, often on their handy cell phones. They shared just about everything except a bed, and that not-so-simple choice made for an improbable romance which endured through 202 episodes and one theatrical movie."