☆ 버니 ☆ (ladyxmoonlight) wrote in shipperalliance,
☆ 버니 ☆
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Hmm

I'm sure that has been brought up before...but, what is your favourite shipper moment? Why? Make a post about it so others can discuss it and we get some more activity here.

My favourite moment would have to be the entire episode of Syzygy. Now, it's not terribly shippery but I like it. Scully's jealous. Mulder's flirty. What's not to love? Another reason this is a favourite is because it's the very first episode I watched of X-Files. It got me interested in the entire show. When I first saw it, I thought they were together. It took me a while to figure out they weren't really (at that point). That's also one of the reasons I liked it...the UST. XD That got me started on the show.
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Wow, there are so many to choose from, it's almost impossible. However....if I had to choose just one...I'd have to say the Hallway Scene in "Momento Mori". Since I first saw the episode at the tender age of 10, I've been moved by the sense of need and desperateness between them in that scene. There I first truly knew that they loved each other more than life itself, even if they didn't say it with words.
Favourite shipper moment? that is very difficult to decide one. I love Unusual Suspects..I think it's called that, might be the unnatural, I always forget which, but the baseball one, the beginning and end..I don't think I've ever seen them so flirty. umm..obvious kiss eps, but they don't count, the end of the sixth extinction was pretty good, especially since fowley died, it's just so damn hard to choose, ooo, irresistable is a pretty good earlier shipper ep.
I think that my top 3 are the tofutti scene & end baseball scene from The Unnatural, the last scene in Amor Fati, and the last dance scene in PMP.

DD has got to be the world's biggest shipper since he wrote the baseball one and the Amor Fati one!
Ahh...I love the cuddling scene in Requiem, and the baseball scene in The Unnatural. That's a connection deeper than any poet could express.