The Truth Is, Mulder & Scully Are Just “Two 40-Something Adults With Trust Issues”Margaret Hartmann7/25/08 2:30pmFiled to: X-Files: I Want to BelieveX-FilesMulderScullyFilmfilm reviewsMoviesScience FictionSci-ficritical massCritical mass67EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalinkThe X-Files: I Want to Believe premieres today, shrouded in its own set of Clintonian conspiracy theories. Can Agent Scully rekindle our fangirldom? Are our two special agents still an item? Who's the casting director that saw rapper Xzibit and thought "FBI agent?" Oh, and about that plot: it sounds like a mediocre episode of the series itself: an FBI agent goes missing and a pedophile Catholic priest's psychic rantings may hold the only key to finding her. Agent Scully, who has since become a doctor at a Catholic hospital, and Mulder, who is now a bearded Ted Kaczynski-esque recluse are called up from retirement to decide if they want to believe in the priest's psychic abilities...and their own love. Disappointing details of their middle-aged affair after the jump!