The Blessing Way
Mulder: This is really going to cut into my social life.
Skinner: Welcome to the wonderful world of high technology.
Clyde Bruckman's Final Repose
Scully: Mr. Bruckman, there are hits and there are misses. And then there are misses.
Mulder: Be honest, Scully. Doesn't that propane tank bear more than just a slight resemblance to a fat little white nazi storm trooper?
Scully: Mulder, the human mind naturally sees meaningful patterns and configurations in things that don't inherantly have any. Given the suggestion of a particular image, you can't help but see that shape somewhere. If that tank weren't there, you'd see it in a, in a rock or in a tree--
Mulder: Did you answer my question?
Scully: Yes, it looks like a fat little white nazi storm trooper, but that only proves my point.
Mulder: Well, let me impress you with my psychic ability.
Mulder: Oooo, I just got a chill down my spine.
Mulder: Look at this, Scully. The lab analysis from the first bit of fiber that was found just came back. It's lace.
Scully: Chantilly lace?
Mulder: You know what I like.
Mulder: Imagine if you could come back and take out five people who had caused you to suffer. Who would they be?
Scully: I only get five?
Mulder: I remembered your birthday this year, didn't I, Scully?
Mulder: I get tired of losing my gun.
Mulder: You never draw my bath.
War of the Coprophages
Mulder: Greetings from Planet Earth.
Scully: Her name is Bambi?
Mulder: Scully? What are you wearing?
Mulder: Would you let me drive?
Scully: I'm driving. Why do you always have to drive? Cause you're the guy? Cause you're the big macho man?
Mulder: No. I was just never sure your little feet could reach the pedal.
Scully: No, you go ahead.
Mulder: Nonono, be my guest. I know how much you like snapping on the latex.
Scully: Sure. Fine. [snap] Whatever.
Mulder: I was hoping you could help me solve the mystery of the horny beast.
Mulder: I think you drooled on me.
Mulder: Let's go, G-woman.
Mulder: Hey, Scully, check this out. "Mango kiwi tropical swirl". Now we know we're dealing with a madman.
Scully: Please explain to me the scientific nature of 'the whammy'.
Jose Chung's 'From Outer Space'
Scully: It was so embarrassing.
Mulder's girly scream.
Scully: It definetly was peculiar.
Scully: Mulder didn't say that it was Alex Trebek. It was just someone who looked incredibly like him.
Scully: Mulder, you're nuts!
SheriffGuy: Oh, we've got your blankety-blank blee blank.
Scully: You never saw me. This didn't happen. You tell anyone, you're a dead man.
Scully: It's just.. the truth or a white whale, what difference does it make? I mean, both, both obsessions are impossible to capture and, and trying to do so will only leave you dead along with anyone else you bring with you. You know, Mulder, you are Ahab.
Mulder: You know, it's interesting you should say that because I've always wanted a peg leg. It's a boyhood thing I never grew out of. No, I'm not being flippant. I mean, I've given this a lot of thought. If, if you have a peg leg or hooks for hands, you know, maybe it's enough to simply carrying on living. You know, bravely facing life with your disablility. It's heroic just to survive. But without these things you're actually expected to make something of your life, achieve something, earn a raise, wear a necktie. So, so if anything I'm actually the ..ititicis..(?) of Ahab because if I did had a peg leg, I'd quite possibly be more happy and more content and not feel the need to chase after these creatures of the unknown.
Scully: And that's not flippant?
Mulder: [lil laugh] No, flippant is my favorite line from Moby Dick. "Hell is an idea first born on an undigested apple dumpling". Yeah. [when Scully mouths along]
Mulder: You've lost some weight recently, haven't you?
Scully: Mulder. Look at this. There must be hundreds of videos here.
Mulder: Anything good?
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I'll be sure to give you credit. :)