Cigarette Smoking Man (abbreviated CSM or C-Man; sometimes referred to as Cancer Man or the Smoking Man) is a fictional character and one of the primary antagonists of the Fox science fiction-supernatural television series The X-Files. He serves as the arch-nemesis of FBI Special Agent Fox Mulder. In the show’s sixth season, his name is said to be C.G.B. Spender, but Dana Scully suggests this is one of “hundreds of aliases”; the show’s characters and fans continue to refer to him by variations of “the Smoking Man” because he is almost always seen chain-smoking Morley cigarettes. In the eleventh season, he reveals his full name to be Carl Gerhard Busch.
This usually is not a good match. The Libra woman is often a “party girl,” while Cancer would much rather spend time at home. The Crab is a penny-pincher, too, while the Scales lady often has extravagant tastes. Libra loves positive energy, so she would have a real problem when the Crab was being, well, Crabby.
And this is why it’s so important to understand your man’s sign. For some women, pretending to need a guy when you don’t simply isn’t worth the compromise. It feels like dumbing yourself down or, as our wise Aquarius friend Neda puts it, “dimming your lights so he can shine.” You’ll always feel a little bit…suburban with a Cancer man.
If you are answering yes to these questions, you’ve come to the right place. This page is all about Cancer Sun Sign men, including their personality traits, how they love and the way they attach to others in relationships.
If the relationship leads to marriage, be a wife in whom he has absolute trust. Make your home a safe, cozy haven from the outside world, filled with sentimental mementos, works of art, and comfortable yet stylish furniture. Pamper him with candlelit dinners, bubble baths, and massages, and compliment him often. Your emotional support and approval will be very important to your Cancerian husband.
Although he utters only four audible words in the entire first season of the show, the Smoking Man eventually develops into the series’ primary antagonist. In his early appearances he is seen in the offices of Section Chief Scott Blevins and Assistant Director Walter Skinner, Mulder and his partner Dana Scully’s supervisors. An influential man working for the powers that be, he is a key member in a government-conspiracy unit known only as the Syndicate, who are hiding the truth of alien existence and their plan to colonize Earth. His power and influence remained strong, even after most of the Syndicate was destroyed.
The Smoking Man is the only character in the series, in addition to Mulder and Scully, to appear in both the first episode, “pilot” and the last, “The Truth” of the series.[original research?] Portraying actor William B. Davis was listed as CIA Agent in the first season episode “Young at Heart”, instead of his usual character, the Smoking Man. Actor Chris Owens for a time portrayed the Smoking Man as a young man in flashbacks. He later plays his son, Jeffrey Spender. Young Cigarette Smoking Man was first played by Craig Warkentin, with Davis’s voice dubbed over in “Apocrypha”.
Talk about his family in a positive way. Invite him to talk about his own family and connect other topics of conversation back to his family as often as possible. Always do so in a positive light, though, and avoid anything that could sound like an insult toward those he loves.
This guy is all heart. He’s like a big, sloppy, pulsing heart encased in a hard, protective shell. Although you might not be able to tell just by looking at him (he has an excellent poker face), he needs that tough exterior for protection. He leads with his heart, not his mind, and is therefore extremely affectionate, sensitive, thoughtful, intuitive, caring, and easily hurt. He is an expert in emotions—both his and yours— and makes an excellent life partner.
When talking about your current family, focus on the maternal side. Talk about things you have learned from your mother or time you have recently spent with your mother. Cancer is a classic mama’s boy, and if you can show a love for your mother that rivals the love he has for his own, you can connect to him more easily.
When first cast for the role, portraying actor William B. Davis thought a show about the paranormal would not last for long. Before joining The X-Files cast, Davis had not smoked a cigarette in twenty years. For the first two episodes he appeared in, he smoked “real” cigarettes, but later changed to herbal cigarettes, giving the reason that smoking was dangerous for his health. In at least one early script draft from the “Pilot”, a Special Agent named Lake Drazen is present at the meeting near the start of the episode, having chosen Scully for an assignment to evaluate the validity of Mulder’s work on the X-Files. The scene was eventually deleted and replaced, and several crew members have hinted that Agent Drazen became the Smoking Man.
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Do Cancer men really hate to be teased, even insulted even if only playfully? I’m a Scorpio female who always comes across as a nice girl and oh so predictable, so I tried to opt for the playful insult to shift that perception a bit and build attraction, but something tells me it was more like a turn off for him. How then do I build attraction with him ?
In other words, don’t invite him into your personal space if your desk is covered in papers or if your apartment is covered in dirty laundry. You do not need to have everything labeled and filed away into neat little packages, but some basic cleanliness and a lack of clutter will go a long way.
When he smiles, it melts my heart. When I hear his laughter I am happy. I love our friendship and the time we spend together. I am falling for him and yes I am a Leo woman. He is considerate and thoughtful, funny, and charming. He is a home body but we have this bubble that is impenetrable. The simplest things are what he enjoys. He has a passion inside him that takes over me when we are intimate so I hope it’s true when they say love and sex are one in the same for these men because I love him. Are there any Cancer men out there that can give me insight on this: a friend of his told me, without prompting from me, that he said he loves me but he hasn’t told me how he feels at all. Do I just wait for him to tell me or should I open up about my feelings to him?
Prior to the tenth televised series of The X-Files in 2016, Chris Carter worked with IDW Publishing in 2013 to produce a comic-book continuation of the show. It hints that the Smoking Man is alive and indirectly feeding information to both Mulder and The Lone Gunmen. Carter later said that the story from these comics would be disregarded in future television productions. A variation of the comic-book continuation was made canonical with The X-Files: Cold Cases, an Audible adaptation of the series set between the events of the ninth and tenth seasons of The X-Files, in which the Smoking Man presented in the series is revealed to be a shape-shifting alien imitating him.
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One of the staunchest allies you can have in finding love is a gifted psychic. A psychic can provide you with all sorts of knowledge about the Cancer man that you might never discover on your own. She can read both of your charts and offer an amazing array of tips and advice. This knowledge far surpasses anything you might find in a hundred books, because it’s specifically tailored to you and your Cancerian love interest. It’s highly customized and takes factors other than just your birth dates into account.
At the same time, the Smoking Man was an aspiring writer of espionage (and later, science-fiction) novels starring a fictional version of himself, Jack Colquitt, and based on his own secret activities, but all his drafts were rejected or altered by publishers who found them unrealistic and poorly written. This left him no choice but to continue working for the United States government. By 1991, the Smoking Man’s power was pretty much absolute. He was in direct talks with Saddam Hussein and involved in one way or another on the Anita Hill-Clarence Thomas controversy, moving the Rodney King trial to Simi Valley, keeping the US government from interfering in the independence of Bosnia-Herzegovina, the Academy Awards nominations, keeping the Buffalo Bills from ever winning the Super Bowl, drugging the Soviet goalkeeper Vladislav Tretiak before the Miracle on Ice, and executing extraterrestrials that survived landing on American soil.
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1. Because you didn’t happen to share just how old he actually is, we can only guess from what you’ve said, which leaves me thinking he’s probably somewhere in his mid 20’s. If this is the case, he’s likely still got a ‘soft shell’ so to speak. If he’s already had a few relationships under his belt that didn’t lead to his happily ever after too early in life, then he’s likely had some heart breaks and hasn’t yet taken the time to develop the courage to trust new commitments, that often comes for cancer men, after decades of introspection and cautious coupling.
The simplest answer is – yes. You can trust your Cancer man. He does confuse privacy with dishonesty from time to time, and has the excessive need to protect himself from the outer world by keeping secrets, but when he decides to let someone into his world, he will share almost everything with that person. If he does tell a lie, it will usually be about a small thing that could benefit them both. A typical Cancer lie usually involves a secret savings account. Other than that, he is not prone to adultery, the chase of young new partners, or in a desperate need for a constant change of scenery.
He is tender, sweet and doesn’t talk too much. Although his sensitivity can stay hidden for most of the time, he will show it when it matters and this guaranties relationships that last, if he doesn’t underestimate himself and choose wrong partners. He is genuinely interested in his partner’s life, rarely says things just to get someone to bed, and is usually a safe choice to start a peaceful family with. On the other hand, he can be needy and insecure, and some more energized signs could see him as weak and boring.
Translation: Cancer men can tell who is being authentic and who is being fake. If you are transparent about who you are, they’ll trust you. Try to be hide something from them and they’ll know right away. Water signs all have this capability.
Consulting a psychic is easy! All you have to do is pick up the phone. Your information is kept private, and your psychic will have your best interests at heart. She’ll be an invaluable ally in the game of love. When you get a love astrology reading from a professional psychic, you’ll be making a strategic move that will set you on the right path and save you time, disappointment, and heartache, while helping you find your soul mate.
Avoid spontaneity. The occasional romantic surprise is fine, but as a general rule, avoid making any sudden wild suggestions or demanding something without any warning. Cancer guys like to keep all aspects of their life organized. This includes both physical space and intangible time.
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