Semper Fi was established on December 26, 2000 as Addicted To Doggett (and True Blue), and was originally intended to be a small fansite. Over the past twelve years though the site has grown to become the definitive John Doggett and Doggett/Scully Relationship website. It is now the only website dedicated to these two subjects that remains online. This site provides fans with the most comprehensive, in-depth, and accurate look at the John Doggett character, and the Doggett/Scully relationship. Addicted To Doggett was created to celebrate the newest character of "The X-Files" who was the series' star in its last two seasons. John Doggett brought new life into the show, and was exactly what the series needed when he was introduced... new blood.
When "The X-Files" series came to an end in May 2002, Doggett and Scully had our hearts in their hands. We will never forget the memories or the friendships that these two characters brought to us, and continue to bring us twelve years after their story came to an end.
I would like to state that Semper Fi will remain online for many years (a long, long time, I'm hoping). I believe that this site needs to be a permanent staple in the online X-Files community, and that Doggett must never be forgotten. I will do my best to properly represent fans of John Doggett, and give them a place to visit online where they can remember The Doggett Years of "The X-Files" and take a break from reality to enjoy everything this site has to offer. Thank you for spending your time at Semper Fi, and enjoy the site!
- Dana Doggett
(11 November 2011)
Robert Patrick, Gillian Anderson, Chris Carter, Frank Spotnitz, Kim Manners, Vince Gilligan, Rod Hardy, David Amann, Richard Compton, Steven Maeda, Daniel Arkin, Peter Markle, Tony Wharmby, Greg Walker, Terrance O'Hara, Jeffrey Bell, John Shiban, Barry K. Thomas, Thomas Schnauz, Michelle MacLaren, Dwight Little, Cliff Bole, David Duchovny, Annabeth Gish, Mitch Pileggi, and everyone else involved in the production of "The X-Files" seasons 8 and 9.
Thank you to my sister, Little Albatross. Honestly this site would not exist (and be as awesome as it is) if it weren't for her amazing skills with HTML and coding, and all around ability to "get along with" technology.
Thank you to my best online friend, Claudine. My UK Twin, the second half of Claussie/Cassine/Classine, whatever name our fans (if we have any) wish to call us. Without you being online to keep Doggett/Scully discussions alive, I'm sure I would have stopped discussing the pair ages ago. Thank you also for helping me with this site (about DSR section, and the permission to archive your fanvids). I'm so thankful to have met you online, and hopefully one day we'll both retire in Southern France, where by that time we'll both struggle with the language as little old ladies.
Finally I would like to thank the fans of John Doggett and the Doggett/Scully relationship - if there were no authors, graphic artists or vidders within the online X-Files community who still created John Doggett and DSR collages, videos or wrote fanfic, this site would not exist. To the fans and artists, I express my deepest and most heart-felt thanks for doing your part to help keep our little fandom alive.
Semper Fi is dedicated to all fans of John Doggett, and the Doggett/Scully relationship. Whether you've been a fan of Doggett/DSR since November 2000 or if you just became a fan yesterday, this site is for you.
We saw something very special between Doggett and Scully and continue to support the pair so many years after it was made clear that Scully is in love with Mulder and chose to be with him. We don't let that fact dampen our love of the DSR. We saw potential that the relationship would have given the characters a strong and loving relationship. Let that hope of loyalty, faithfulness, and dedication continue to shine through John and Dana for years to come in the form of Doggett/Scully fan fiction, fan videos, collages, manipulations and any and all creatives that the fans chose to make in honor of their favorite pairing.
This site is also dedicated to the fans of John Doggett and the relationship between Doggett and Scully, young and old, active and in-active in the fandom, new to the Doggett and DSR love, or oldies who remember what it was like to watch episodes as they first aired week-by-week, and who still get that warm-fuzzy feeling everytime they re-watch a John Doggett episode and remember just how much he/she loved (or still loves) the character even after all these years.
In Memory of...
Katherine Altermatt Moffitt (Pixie468): 1981 - 2012
Kim Manners: 1951 - 2009
LAX Files | American Cancer Society
History of Website Titles
|John Doggett Fansite
|2000-2006: Addicted To Doggett
2006 - 2007: The John Doggett Archives
2007 - 2009: We Shall Not Forget
2009 - 2011: Addicted To Doggett
2012 - present: Semper Fi
|Doggett/Scully Relationship Fansite
2000 - 2002: True Blue
2003 - 2004: Chicken Soup For The Dipper's Soul
2004 - 2005: The Love Shack (hosted the SHODDS website as well)
2005 - present: Semper Fi
After Mulder's disappearance, Scully returns to FBI Headquarters to find Special Agent John Doggett heading up an FBI manhunt for her partner. Knowing that type of search will prove futile, Scully and Skinner turn to the Lone Gunmen in hopes of uncovering information about additional UFO activity around the time of Mulder's disappearance. Although such information leads them to Gibson Praise, the man with Gibson, a man who appears to be Mulder, is in fact an alien bounty hunter. Finally realizing that Mulder will not be found so easily, Agent Doggett is officially assigned to the X-Files. Now, after all she has been through with Mulder, it is Scully who is the "believer" and who must find a way to work with "the skeptic," John Doggett.
Aware his presence only puts Scully and William in jeopardy, Mulder once again disappears - but at least this time it is his own choice. A frustrated Agent Doggett tries to find Mulder so he can proceed with his investigation against Deputy Director Kersh, but Scully and Skinner Finally convince him to drop his case. Yet even as Scully helps Agent Doggett and Agent Reyes on some of their cases she realizes William is still in danger. When she learns a religious cult wants her son dead she turns to the Lone Gunmen. But even they cannot prevent William from being kidnapped, a fact which forces Scully to make a painful decision. Yet even in her darkest hour she receives word that Mulder has been found - and is being held in a military brig for the murder of a man who cannot die.