TERRI: Your mom is always saying 'wait until you're married, don't just give it away'.
MARGI: Yeah, and then some cult member wants to kidnap you and sacrifice you because you are a virgin. Oh, God. I mean, how do they even know if you really are a virgin?
TERRI: I don't know. I don't even want to think about it.
MARGI: You're not a virgin, are you, Boom?
BOOM: Eh, no.
TERRI: You know, maybe if we weren't virgins, we wouldn't be so scared.
MULDER: If, eh, you detect a hint of skepticism or incredulity in Agent Scully's voice, that's because of the overwhelming evidence gathered by the FBI debunking virtually all claims of ritual abuse by satanic cults.
DET. WHITE: Is that true?
SCULLY: Our research has proven that most of these accounts are false or imagined. That, eh, the trauma or mental illness that is often linked to satanic cults is a result of denial, hysteria and misplaced blame.
SCULLY: The problem is, that the details of these accounts could have been taken from any newspaper or magazine. As horrific as they sound, the stories that these girls told are common, even cliché.
MULDER: If you detect a hint of impatience in Agent Scully's voice, that's because the FBI's study also found that in most cases, like the McWarren preschool trial, witnesses were often prompted in their statements by rumors of stories that were being circulated and that there was in fact nothing to support them.
MULDER: Go ahead…
SCULLY: No, you go ahead.
MULDER: No, no, be my guest. I know how much you like snapping on the latex.
SCULLY: I've got a suspect I wanna bring in.
MULDER: Who's that?
SCULLY: Margi Kleinjan.
MULDER: Margi Kleinjan?
SCULLY: That's right, her friend just gave us a statement.
MULDER: Actually, I'm way ahead of you, Scully, because I'm standing here with Margi Kleinjan and she just gave me a statement implicating her friend.
SCULLY: Well, actually I'm way ahead of you, Mulder, because I'm with Terri right now.
MULDER: You what?
SCULLY: I've got your suspect and you've got mine. Why does that make sense to me at this point?
MULDER: (voiceover) We are but visitors on this rock, hurling through time and space at sixty-six thousand miles an hour. Tethered to a burning sphere by an invisible force and an unfathomable universe. This most of us take for granted while refusing to believe these forces have any more effect on us than a butterfly beating its wings halfway around the world. Or that two girls, born on the same date, the same time and the same place, might not find themselves the unfortunate focus of similar unseen forces. Converging like the planets themselves into burning pinpoints of cosmic energy, whose absolute gravity would threaten to swallow and consume everything in its path. Or maybe the answer lies even further from our grasp.
MULDER: Eh, Scully, if I'm not mistaking, we're gonna be taking a left up here. Eh, there's an intersection up here, you're gonna wanna... Scully! You're gonna, wanna... You just ran a stop sign back there, Scully.
SCULLY: Shut up, Mulder.