The X-Files continues into season two with Fox's release of The X-Files: The Complete Second Season. Each of these 25 episodes are presented in 1.33:1 full-frame and sport solid colors, dark black levels, and natural flesh tones. While there is a bit of edge enhancement and grain present in a few of the scenes, overall, each of the episodes appears to be very pleasing to the eye. The soundtrack is presented in Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround in English and French. Not surprisingly, the 2.0 mix is not as bombastic or thorough as it could have been had Fox given fans a newly mixed 5.1 track. While the soundtrack may not impress, the good news is that it's void of any hiss or distortion that might otherwise mar the mix. No alternate subtitles or soundtracks are available on this set. The episodes on this disc include "Little Green Men, "The Host, "Blood, "Sleepless, "Duane Barry, and more. The extra features on The X-Files: The Complete Second Season should please any paranoia fan. Starting off the set is a newly produced featurette titled "The Truth About Season Two." Featuring interviews with creator Chris Carter; producers Daniel Sackheim, Paul Rabwin, and Howard Gordon; director Rob Bowman; composer Mark Snow; and others, this is a very nice piece that should give fans some insight into the second season of the series. Twelve separate interviews with Carter should please those looking to get some tidbits of info on the show from the horse's mouth, so to speak. The "Behind-the-Truth" segments are a few "infomercials" that share information on certain characters from the series. Four deleted scenes are included that, while fun, don't really add much to the end product. Finally, there are a few behind-the-scenes clips which should satisfy fans desiring a peek behind the X-Files curtain, a few TV promotional spots for the show, and some DVD-ROM content for those in possession of a PC.