After being introduced to the works of John E. Mack —especially a study by Mack which had reported that three percent of Americans claimed to have been abducted by aliens—Carter believed he had found his central theme.
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Although this decision never came to pass, the third season episode " Jose Chung's From Outer Space " can be seen as a holdover from the idea. Tired of the comedies he had been working on for Walt Disney Pictures inspired by a report that 3. He initially struggled over the untested concept—executives wanted a love interest for Scully—and casting. The network wanted either a more established or a "taller, leggier, blonder and breastier"  actress for Scully than the year-old Gillian Andersona theater veteran with minor film experience, who Carter felt was the only choice after auditions.
He fleshed out the concept and returned a few weeks later, leading to the commission of the pilot.
The Night Stalker and The Twilight Zone in his youth; as well as from the then-recently released film The Silence of the Lambswhich was the impetus for framing the series around agents from the FBIin order to provide the characters with a more plausible reason for being involved in each case than Carter believed was present in Kolchak. However, unable to find suitable locations for many of the scenes, Ten Thirteen Productions made the decision to "go where the good forests are", and moved production to Vancouver where the series would remain for the next five seasons; production would eventually shift to Los Angeles beginning with the sixth season.
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But in his managerMelanie Green, gave him a script for the pilot episode of series. Green and Duchovny were both convinced it was a good script, so Duchovny auditioned for the lead.
Chris Carter thought at the beginning of the auditioning for the character, he was a "good judge of character", and thought that Duchovny wasn't rather "bright". She opens by joking about the conspicuous lack of genuine celebrities present, but does take the time to recognize familiar faces among the crowd such as Milton, Isadora Smackleand perennial hopeful, Farkle Minkuswhom she voices supports for who playfully addresses Ms.
Lynch as "Giant Lady.
Five hours "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot" later, Lynch sings a touching rendition of "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot" to an accompanying video montage of the unfortunate creatures comprising the list of scientific specimens which did not survive into the next year. After a final commercial break, Lynch is ready to present the final award of the night, the Golden Buggie for Highest Achievement in Research, being contested yet again by Smackle and Farkle.
However, before she Smackle Wins does, the host asks if Smackle's guest is her father, but the girl reveals that he is actually her uncle, as her father declined to attend.
Meanwhile, as Farkle sadly opines that he really is alone, two elegantly dressed, yet unfamiliar girls enter the ballroom and definitively declare that he is not. The host is impressed that Farkle now has two dates, and acknowledges him as a "Playah. As the excited girl genius ascends the stage to claim her latest Buggie, a disappointed Farkle turns away to depart in the comforting company of his two companions.
Unceremoniously Dumping Smackle Accepting her trophy, the shorter Smackle must be lifted to the microphone by the host.
She proclaims that the abrupt intrusion of the "two girls of middling intellect," in crashing the ceremony has completely spoiled what should have been the Kiss Goodbye greatest moment in Smackle's life.