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I was recently (as in about a year ago) introduced to The X-Files, and I discovered that I love elaborate conspiracies in my entertainment. Particularly the ones that real crazy people will bug you about. Every few episodes, they would expose a tiny bit of information about their convoluted mashup of popular theories about aliens and the government or whatever, and I would eat it all up. I loved it so much that I kept watching the show even after it jumped the shark, and after that shark in turn jumped over another, smaller shark. I saw it through to the end, and when that didn't satisfy me, I began to look for other shows that would. I found absolutely nothing.
So I ask you, D&D: Where are the men in black on TV these days? You'd think this kind of thing would be popular given the current US administration. Am I just not looking in the right places?
PS: Don't you dare try to peddle your "real" conspiracy theories in here. I have no desire to read your poorly written thesis about how the government is putting chemicals in the water to make us forget that 9/11 was staged in order to kill Elvis. I just want to watch a few quirky but charismatic investigators slowly chip away at an adapted, highly expanded version of it.