It’s been too long since I’ve written a post for you all, and here I come back with a shocker. This one is just as much a shock for me as it might be for you. No, I am not writing about the recent reboot of the X-Files. Instead I am writing about the good old classic TV show from the 1990’s. The show that I grew up loving, one that made me interested in pursuing a career in medicine, and got me all sorts of excited about all things science-fiction. It was probably my first on screen crush as well, as 12-year old me was head over heels for Fox Mulder. So here I am, over twenty years later, re-watching the classic and iconic TV show. Watching this show has left me surprised and shocked in many ways, and I want to tell you why. I doubt there will be many spoilers here, but just in case, be forewarned this will be full of spoilers, and revelations.
Dr. Leonard McCoy might have been one of the first great physicians on the small screen, but Dana Scully was one of the best, and one of the first amazing women to step in to that role. Today’s Doctober post on Dr. Dana Scully is near and dear to me as the truth is (out there), no the truth is she is probably one of the female role models that originally inspired me to want to be in the field of medicine. This woman just rocks it as a doctor.