The "Spoiler" is a concept and phobia promoted by advertisers and promotion
On the contrary, my opinion is that suspense is artificially added to stories simply to lure the audience into the next viewing.
The Simpsons hasn't stood the test of time which Shakespeare has, but general consensus around here seems to be that mid-90s Simpsons bears repeated viewing.
So Mulder and Scully discover some horrifying secret of the conspiracy, and then a couple of months later they maybe get around to following up on it.
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