X-Files Easter Egg - Drummer for Nirvana in X-Files

In a scene where Fox is going through a mall-like kind of building and are going to meet Scully by a door, you can see the one who drums in Nirvana, You only see him for like 2 seconds, but he has a green jacket and walks with a female on his right side. He's checking his watch. The reason he is showing is because he is a friend for the director to X-files and he was there when the director asked if he wanted to be shown in the scene. They had to take the checking watch thing about 13 times.

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Contributed By: Anonymous on 03-24-2000
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Special Requirements: A TV and the right time (In order to see X-files)
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nif writes:
the episode is called 'pusher' and it's in season 3 i have spent hours and hours looking for this, and i finally found it.. you know when Modell is going into the J E Hoover building with just a piece of paper pinned to his lapel saying 'pass'? well, in the background, just before he goes to the metal detector, you can see Dave Grohl in a green jacket looking at what looks like a visitors guide with his girlfriend. cool huh?
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Dark Smurf writes:
His name is Dave Grohl, and now he is the lead singer for the awesome and popular band, the Foo Fighters. Anybody who likes the Foos would know that they likes the X-Files a lot. The Foos also contributed some music for the soundtrack of the X-Files movie.
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Lone Star writes:
Well actually Foo Figher's where small bright orange and yellow balls that both Allied and Nazi pilots reported to have seen, no one really knows what they were, but a man who has researched the topic thinks it might have something to do with the lack of oxigen that might have caused the illusions. Also interesting is the word Gremling...these were said to be small animals that made the plains crash by destroying the engine. Futherly interesting is the fact that in one of the movies (Made by Steven Spielberg.) the father to the girl that is one of the main characters says: "Oh no they are back...the Japs set them loose in WW2...they made our plains crash...and now they are back!" Pretty cool...=)
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Disgruntled writes:
Still, Foo Fighters were believed and are still believed by some to have been UFO's. Hence the name of the band. And the Spielburg movie you're referring to is Gremlins no doubt.
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chatkat writes:
actually the Foo Fighters also contributed a song for the soundtrack of the show, 'Songs in The Key of X'. That song is 'Down In The Park'
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Cluster One writes:
Actually the Foo Fighters DID do a song for the X-Files movie soundtrack. They made a new version of "Walking After You" from The Colour and the Shape (I like the X-Files version better than the album version, truthfully).
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sadomasa writes:
and of course the term "foo fighters" refers to UFO`s.
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Dave is not married to Jen anymore (1997)
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Steve Crow writes:
Grohl's "girlfriend" is his wife, Jennifer Youngblood-Grohl.
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