Too bad The X-Files is still the dullest and, by far, most humorless show on television, more so now that Duchovny's but a specter looming just out of sight. Duchovny's Mulder makes yet another appearance this week, as Scully flashes backbackback to the time she discovered she was, then wasn't, barren; it turns out Mulder may have had something to do with her pregnancy after all. Or did he? The episode opens with a woman giving birth to an alien baby, then suggests, over and over, that Scully's carrying her own E.T.--to the surprise of no one. When she shows up at the hospital with yet another pregnant abductee, Scully informs the docs that this woman "is about to give birth to something...inhuman," and they just shrug and say, well, OK. Swear to God: You swap out the dreary soundtrack for something light and upbeat, and The X-Files plays like a parody, especially when the square-jawed Adam Baldwin shows up insisting, "There's no conspiracy." Dude, have you ever seen the show? Next week: Annabeth Gish shows up in a recurring role. Week after that: I stop caring altogether.